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strategy+business (Fourth Quarter 1996)

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

How Hewlett-Packard Runs Its Printer Division
By Lawrence M. Fisher
 
"Corporate Comeback: The Story of Renewal and Transformation at National Semiconductor" by Robert H. Miles
By Barbara Presley Noble
Corporate Comeback: The Story of Renewal and Transformation at National Semiconductor by Robert H. Miles (371 pages, Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1997)
 
"From the Ground Up: Six Principles for Building the New Logic Corporation" by Edwin E. Lawler
By Barbara Presley Noble
From the Ground Up: Six Principles for Building the New Logic Corporation by Edwin E. Lawler 3d (299 pages, Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1997)
 
"Leaning into the Future: Changing the Way People Change Organizations" by George Binney and Colin Williams
By Stuart Crainer
Leaning into the Future: Changing the Way People Change Organizations by George Binney and Colin Williams (175 pages, Nicholas Brealey Publishing Ltd., 1995)
 
Breakthrough Banking: The Technology Is Here, the Revolution Has Begun
By Harry Totonis and Richard Foster
 
Finding Meaning at Work
By Glenn Rifkin
 
Lessons from Failed Corporate Marriages
By Allen J. Michel and Israel Shaked
 
Process Re-engineering at GTE: Milestones on a Journey Not Yet Completed
By Charles R. Lee
 
In This Issue
By Joel Kurtzman
 
Germany's Search for Direction
By Stephan-Götz Richter
 
Creating Temporary Organizations for Lasting Change
By Edith Howle, Gary L. Neilson and David J. Ortiz
 
The 'Fast-Food' Computer Company: An Interview with Stan Shih
By Joel Kurtzman
In Taiwan, where business anonymity is the cultural norm, Stan Shih stands out.
 
The New Soul and Structure of the Post-Management Corporation
By Richard Koch and Ian Godden
 
Why C.E.O.'s Succeed (and Why They Fail): Hunters and Gatherers in the Corporate Life
By Edward F. Tuck and Timothy Earle
What are the factors that determine which C. E. O.'s succeed and which fail? Even in the high-tech world, the laws of the jungle still rule.
 
Finding the Knowledge Needle in the Technology Haystack
By David Berreby
 
An Interview with John Kao
By Joel Kurtzman