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Global Perspective Archive

November 29, 2005

China’s Five Surprises

In the world’s fastest-growing economy, the last 10 years are not the best guide to the next 10 years.
November 29, 2005

Money Isn’t Everything

Lavish R&D budgets don’t guarantee performance. A new Booz Allen Hamilton study of the world’s 1,000 biggest spenders reveals the value of an innovation dollar — and the basics of a better strategy.
November 29, 2005

Ricardo Semler Won’t Take Control

The Brazilian CEO and best-selling author transformed his pump plant into a model of participative management, and launched his company on 14 straight years of double-digit growth.
August 26, 2005

Skoda Leaps to Market

A Communist car monopoly turned Volkswagen subsidiary is now becoming an entrepreneurial global enterprise.
August 26, 2005

Materials Witnesses

When companies come together to save the world, what’s more compelling — environmental results or competitive advantage?
May 23, 2005

Eurosclerosis Revisited

The productivity boom benefits the U.S. more than Europe. Five reports explore why.
May 23, 2005

Leadership Principles for Public School Principals

Management gurus and New York City’s school system unite to prove that those who teach can do.
March 1, 2005

The China Syndrome

A five-dimension analytical model for deciding when (and when not) to purchase from the East.
March 1, 2005

Bjorn Lomborg Is the World’s Most Optimistic Statistician

The Danish Socialist has courted fame and calumny by daring to declare that the world is getting better.
March 1, 2005

Are Dollar Reserves Still Safe?

The U.S. dollar has been the world’s main reserve currency since World War II, but this source of stability is becoming more and more dangerous.