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strategy+business (Issue 48 / Autumn 2007)

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

Who Is Your Next Customer?
by Jairo Senise
Strategies for targeting potential consumers in foreign markets.
The Statecraft of Business
by Sven Behrendt
How the frameworks of international relations can improve the debate about corporate strategy and globalization.
How to Be a Demographic Realist
by Lord Andrew Turnbull
To prepare for the implications of aging populations, individuals, organizations, and society as a whole must confront assumptions that are no longer valid.
Paving the Silk Road
by Fadi Majdalani, Ulrich Kögler, and Simon Kuge
A hybrid solution for sea and air transport addresses the changing nature of global shipping.
See for Yourself
by Tim Laseter and Larry Laseter
Firsthand observation on the front lines can offer the critical insights that make for inspired — and inspiring — leadership.
My Unfashionable Legacy
by Ralph Sink
Participative management has proven its remarkable capabilities again and again. So why is it passing into obscurity?
Exercising Common Sense
by Gary Neilson and Jack McGrath
A 10-point checklist can help leaders of large-scale transformation put their wisdom into practice.
Context and Complexity
by Edward Tse
Success in China requires a flexible approach for a diverse market.
Partners at the Point of Sale
by Rich Kauffeld, Johan Sauer, and Sara Bergson
With “shelf-centered collaboration,” manufacturers and retailers can finally put the right product on the right shelf at the right time for the right consumer.
Rebuilding Lego, Brick by Brick
by Keith Oliver, Edouard Samakh, and Peter Heckmann
How a supply chain transformation helped put the beloved toymaker back together again.
The Science of Subtle Signals
by Mark Buchanan
By analyzing overlooked behavioral cues, researchers are creating a new understanding of organizational effectiveness.
The New Complete Marketer
by Gregor Harter, Edward Landry, and Andrew Tipping
How the most successful CMOs are teaching management to drive growth.
When There Is No Cavalry
by Douglas Himberger, David Sulek, and Stephen Krill Jr.
No single authority can prepare for or respond to major disasters as effectively as a megacommunity can.
The Thought Leader Interview: Anne-Marie Slaughter
by Art Kleiner
The dean of Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School shows how networks are fundamentally changing the nature of government.
The Productivity Promisers
by Tom Ehrenfeld
Plenty of motivational coaches pledge to boost your efficiency. These are the few who really deliver.
Books in Brief
by David K. Hurst
High-tech entrepreneurial experience, hidden assets, analytical sophistication, and China’s global ambitions.
Recent Research
by Des Dearlove and Stuart Crainer
On the culture of spin-offs, Ken Lay’s calendar, the synergies of digital retail, and the case against microcredit.
Something in the Air Tonight
by Bruce Feirstein


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