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strategy+business (Issue 31 / Summer 2003)

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

Cybertrust: An Economic Imperative
by Richard Wilhelm
R&D Through Open Innovation
by Henry Chesbrough
Patient Safety’s Data-Driven Prescription
by Heather Burns and Charles Beever
Undifferentiate Your Way out of Debt
by Gyöngyi Lóránth and Stefan Arping
Bring on the Super-CMO
by Steve Silver
Faster than a brand strategist, stronger than a line marketer — and in demand at companies worldwide.
The Supply Side of Design and Development
by Tim Laseter, Kamalini Ramdas, and Dorian Swerdlow
Not all products are created equal, so supplier integration schemes must be flexible.
Build Your Organizational Equity
by Art Kleiner
There’s more to wealth creation than financial value. Think what rainmaking, reputation, and relationships can do for you and your company.
CEO Succession 2002: Deliver or Depart
by Chuck Lucier, Rob Schuyt, and Eric Spiegel
Performance-related dismissals are up and board tolerance is down at large companies around the world, the annual Booz Allen Hamilton study finds.
The Leadership Challenge 2003
A strategy+business roundtable on CEO turnover and CEO success, with Rakesh Khurana, Thomas J. Neff, Bruce Pasternack, Didier Pineau-Valencienne, and Kenneth Roman.
Irrational Exuberance: How the Telecom Industry Went Astray
by Raul L. Katz
What happens when demand myths, faulty forecasts, and financing traps converge.
Rational Exuberance: The Wireless Industry’s Killer “B”
by Venkatesh Shankar, Tony O’Driscoll, and David Reibstein
From the ashes of an overbuilt industry rises a promising new marketplace: business-to-employee communications.
Flight for Survival: A New Business Model for the Airline Industry
by Tom Hansson, Jürgen Ringbeck, and Markus Franke
To pare down their colossal operating costs, giant U.S. and European carriers must restructure the hub-and-spoke system and eliminate complexity.
Delphi Builds a Board
by Andrea Gabor
CEO J.T. Battenberg III was determined his directors be not just independent, but engaged.
Lynn Sharp Paine: The Thought Leader Interview
by Ann Graham
The Harvard Business School ethics scholar says values are defining a new standard of corporate performance.
My Coach and I
by Des Dearlove and Stuart Crainer
Health, wellness, and wisdom are all fair game in the executive suite.
Recent Studies
by Des Dearlove and Stuart Crainer
On humor’s management power, venture capital in China, media’s influence on business, and other topics of interest.
Five-Year Plan
by Bruce Feirstein


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