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October 11, 2002

Best Business Books 2002: Women Leaders

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October 11, 2002

Globalism without Tears: A New Social Compact for CEOs

The world’s economies can grow more secure and more humane if chief executives and boards accept and execute a five-point corporate citizenship agenda.
October 11, 2002

Best Business Books 2002: Strategy

What Jack Welch Learned from the Prussian Army
October 10, 2002

Why Deal Makers Go Astray

October 10, 2002

Best Business Books 2002: Leadership

Theory and Practice: So Happy Together
September 30, 2002

Post-Merger Integration: What Makes Mergers Work?

Only half of all M&A activity improves shareholder returns. Here's how to maximize your chances for success.
July 17, 2002

Larry Bossidy: The Thought Leader Interview

The recently retired Honeywell chairman and CEO offers hard-boiled rules for getting things done.
July 17, 2002

CEO vs. CIO: Can This Marriage Be Saved?

Improving organization and communication will help chief executives and chief technologists form a more perfect — and profitable — union.
July 17, 2002

The Barista Principle — Starbucks and the Rise of Relational Capital

From coffee bar to caffeine kingdom, Starbucks proves relationships are as important as physical assets.
July 15, 2002

Why CEOs Fall: The Causes and Consequences of Turnover at the Top

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.
July 15, 2002

Breaking Up Is Hard to Do — and to Manage

Three rules for ensuring that spin-offs create — and don’t destroy — value.
April 9, 2002

Yellow-Light Leadership: How the World’s Best Companies Manage Uncertainty

The recession has moved the most advanced CEOs beyond "the vision thing."
January 10, 2002

From New Economy to Siege Economy: Globalization, Foreign Policy, and the CEO Agenda

The old order of multinational business has disappeared. Today, companies must discover a different way to work with government.
January 9, 2002

Security and Strategy in the Age of Discontinuity: A Management Framework for the Post-9/11 World

In securing people, business, and networks, senior executives will find both safety and opportunity.