The James Hannan speeches on challenges to the free market exemplify his managerial style as CEO and President of Georgia-Pacific, one of the world's leading manufacturers of tissue, pulp, paper, packaging, building products and related chemicals. Its Market Based Management (MBM)culture promotes entrepreneurial principles in all its employees. The success of its company under this organizational culture makes Hannan a proponent of the free market system. He believes free enterprise is the key behind the global prominence and power the United States has held since 1945.
The James Hannan speeches examine not just the obstacles to economic freedom, but also ways for leaders to make decisions that allow the free market and capitalism to continue.