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strategy+business (Third Quarter 2002)

Below is a full article list from this issue of strategy+business.

Don’t Think Global — Think Regional
By Karl Moore and Alan Rugman
 
When Will Cinema Go Digital?
By Michael S. Katz, John B. Frelinghuysen, and G. Krishan Bhatia
 
Corporate Foreign Policy in Times of War
By Eric W. Orts
 
Relearning e-Learning: Principles for Success
By Reggie Van Lee, Sumita Bhattacharya, and Tina Nelson
 
Breaking Up Is Hard to Do — and to Manage
By Chuck Lucier, Jan Dyer, and Gerald Adolph
Three rules for ensuring that spin-offs create — and don’t destroy — value.
 
Diary of a Change Agent
By Art Kleiner
You don’t have to be a CEO to create an environment that supports action. You just need a flair for imaginative networking.
 
Why Outsourcing Is In
By Anne Chung, Tim Jackson, and Tim Laseter
Once used largely for nonessential, tactical activities, partnering now covers core operations, transforming entire industries.
 
The Folly of Forced Ranking
By Edward E. Lawler III
Mythic leaders like Jack Welch swear by distribution curves to remove low performers. But there are pitfalls in playing the percentage game.
 
Why CEOs Fall: The Causes and Consequences of Turnover at the Top
By Chuck Lucier, Eric Spiegel, and Rob Schuyt
An exclusive study of the world’s 2,500 largest companies shows CEO succession has increased by 53 percent in just the last six years. The reason: shareholders want returns now.
 
The Internet as Integrator — Fast Brand Building in Slow-Growth Markets
By David A. Aaker
To link and augment marketing communications programs, spin the Web around them.
 
The Barista Principle — Starbucks and the Rise of Relational Capital
By Ranjay Gulati, Sarah Huffman, and Gary Neilson
From coffee bar to caffeine kingdom, Starbucks proves relationships are as important as physical assets.
 
CEO vs. CIO: Can This Marriage Be Saved?
By John O. Boochever, Thomas Park, and James C. Weinberg
Improving organization and communication will help chief executives and chief technologists form a more perfect — and profitable — union.
 
STMicroelectronics: The Metaphysics of a Metanational Pioneer
By Lawrence M. Fisher
From a two-country merger to a 27-nation powerhouse, the semiconductor company is a paradigm of the borderless entrepreneurial giant.
 
Larry Bossidy: The Thought Leader Interview
By Randall Rothenberg
The recently retired Honeywell chairman and CEO offers hard-boiled rules for getting things done.
 
How to Manage Your Boss
By David K. Hurst
How you lead your leaders is just as important as the guidance they give you.
 
Recent Studies
By Des Dearlove and Stuart Crainer
On tournament theory, global competitiveness, corporate whistleblowing, and other topics of interest.
 
Hype Versus Publicity
by Bruce Feirstein