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strategy+business (Second Quarter 2000)

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

Dollarization: Opportunity or Quagmire?
by Barry Eichengreen
Europe's Diversity Advantage
by Stuart Crainer
Leadership as an Institutional Trait
by Bruce A. Pasternack, Paul F. Anderson, and Thomas D. Williams
Tactical Blunders in Internet Advertising
by David A. Aaker
How to Change the World
by Jan Torsilieri and Chuck Lucier
Strategic innovation is an art form, much like jazz, that requires the discipline to learn and the talent to improvise.
Toys "R" Us Battles Back
by Jeffrey Rothfeder
The giant toy retailer missed the Wal-Mart incursion and the Web discontinuity. But with its bricks-and-mortar advantages, it can still fight the e-tail war.
Does Six Sigma Belong in Sixth Grade?
by Art Kleiner
For business/school partnerships to work, companies have to listen, as well as teach.
Assaying Edison... And His Equals
by Harold Evans
Who belongs in the Innovation Hall of Fame: Shockley, who invented the transistor; Moore and Noyce, who left his lab to found Intel; or Grove, who managed the company to greatness?
Health Care's New Electronic Marketplace
by J. Philip Lathrop, Gary Ahlquist, and David G. Knott
First came self-managed 401(k)s. Get ready for self-managed medical plans and the multibillion-dollar Internet marketplace they will spawn.
Strategic Rollups: Overhauling the Multi-Merger Machine
by Paul F. Kocourek, Steven Y. Chung, and Matthew G. McKenna
The acquisitions binge of the '90s has turned into the value trough of today. Here's how to rebuild a vacuumed company.
Quaking Up with Geoffrey Moore
by Lawrence M. Fisher
With his newest book, "Living on the Faultline," the best-selling management seer divines a Fortune 500 prey to the same Technology Adoption Life Cycle that convulses Silicon Valley.
Internet Access for All: The UK Plan to Close the Digital Divide
by Barrie Berg, Mark Page, and Mark Melford
Digital prosperity is spreading across the globe, but unless governments step in, millions will be left out. Here's how Britain can close the gap.
Jay Walker: The Thought Leader Interview
by Randall Rothenberg
Priceline.com's founder and vice chairman bet his fortune on the power of ideas. But he still believes the e-business if full of patent nonsense.
Cheese is Simple; Management is Hard
by Michael Schrage
From Spencer Johnson's "Who Moved My Cheese?" to the design of eBay, business can learn the easy way.
Recent Studies
by Martin Morse Wooster
Branding, privatization, productivity, capital controls, and management.
Talking Points for Interviews
by Bruce Feirstein


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