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strategy+business (Third Quarter 1996)

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

"Co-opetition" by Adam M. Brandenburger and Barry J. Nalebuff
by Barbara Presley Noble
Co-opetition by Adam M. Brandenburger and Barry J. Nalebuff (290 pages, Currency/Doubleday, 1996)
"Negotiating Competitiveness" by Kirsten Wever
by Barbara Presley Noble
Negotiating Competitiveness: Employment Relations and Organizational Innovation in Germany and the United States by Kirsten S. Wever (236 pages, Harvard Business School Press, 1995)
"The Age of Heretics" by Art Kleiner
by Barbara Presley Noble
The Age of Heretics: Heroes, Outlaws and the Forerunners of Corporate Change by Art Kleiner (401 pages, Currency/Doubleday, 1996)
The 1995 Financial Times/Booz Allen & Hamilton Global Business Book Awards
by Charles E. Lucier
Learning to Lead Creatively
by David M. Horth and Charles J. Palus
Systems, Modules or Components? New Light on Purchasing
by Timothy M. Laseter, C.V. Ramachandran and Keith H. Voigt
The Internet's Impact on Retail Banking
by Bill Burnham
Turning Conflict Into a Tool for Team Effectiveness
by Valerie I. Sessa
Using Networking for Competitive Advantage: The Lippo Group of Indonesia and Hong Kong
by Rosabeth Moss Kanter
Mochtar Riady, the son of immigrant shopkeepers, got his start in banking in 1960. Now he heads a global financial powerhouse with $11 billion in assets. The secret? Putting everything into allegiances and alliances to gain a foothold on the world stage.
In This Issue
by Joel Kurtzman
The New Nature of Trade
by Nico Colchester
How to Treat Customers Right: Winning the Channels Challenge
by Evan Hirsh
Suppliers of goods and services that flow through distribution channels face unique challenges. A 10-point plan shows the way to deliver the proper price and service to those who really count: the end users.
The Four Stages of a Business: Life Cycle Lessons from Nature
by James F. Moore
The Passionate Leader: An Interview With Jean Rene Fourtou
by Joel Kurtzman
Along the Infobahn: Data Warehouses
by Lawrence Fisher
Databases have long helped managers operate their businesses. Now, more companies are using a special kind for analytical tasks. The payoff can be enormous: everything from transformed business models and stronger customer relationships to new sources of revenue.
An Interview with C.K. Prahalad, Co-author of Competing For the Future
by Joel Kurtzman


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