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strategy+business (Fourth Quarter 1998)

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

New-Wave Restructuring
By Gary Neilson and Deven Sharma
In the 1980's the goal of restructuring was to cut costs and create greater efficiencies. While companies benefited, the shareholder was often left out. Now the goal is to create value for stockholders. Here is how it can be done.
 
Modern Manors: Welfare Capitalism Since the New Deal by Stanford Jacoby
By Barbara Presley Noble
Modern Manners: Welfare Capitalism Since the New Deal by Sanford M. Jacoby (345 pages, Princeton University Press, 1997)
 
The Essays of Warren Buffet: Lessons for Corporate America, edited by Lawrence A. Cunningham
By Stuart Crainer
The Essays of Warren Buffet: Lessons for Corporate America, selected, arranged and introduced by Lawrence A. Cunningham (219 pages, Lawrence A. Cunningham, 1998)
 
Building the High Impact Sales Force: The Investment You Can't Afford Not to Make
By Benson P. Shapiro, Adrian J. Slywotzky, and Stephen X. Doyle
 
Emergent Leadership: Bringing Free-market Risks and Rewards to Command-and-Control Corporations
By Victoria Griffith
 
How Richard Branson Works Magic
By Glenn Rifkin
Though more known for his legendary publicity stunts, Richard Branson has led Virgin Group to success with a singular, flamboyant style. Learn the secret of how he tackles the big bad wolves of many industries.
 
Competing in China: An Integrated Approach
By Edward Tse
 
The Innovation Incubator: Technology Transfer at Stanford University
By Lawrence M. Fisher
 
Balanced Sourcing the Honda Way
By Timothy M. Laseter
 
HMO's "R" Us: A Prescription for the Future
By Philip Lathrop and David C. Carlebach
Consumers have learned in the past few years to buy books over the Internet, computers over the phone and financial products at the supermarket. Coming soon: a new way to buy and sell health-care benefits.
 
Here Comes Front-office Automation
By Lawrence M. Fisher
 
An Interview with Paul Krugman
By Joel Kurtzman