- Are decisions affected by potential conflicts of interest that credit-rating agencies engender?
- Jim Stengel, author of Grow: How Ideals Power Growth and Profit at the World’s Greatest Companies, introduces an excerpt presenting tactics for protecting your market share from Defending Your Brand: How Smart Companies Use Defensive Strategy to Deal with Competitive Attacks, by Tim Calkins.November 2, 2012
- Oded Shenkar, author of Copycats: How Smart Companies Use Imitation to Gain a Strategic Edge, introduces an excerpt on the wisdom of entering markets after first movers from The Art of Being Unreasonable: Lessons in Unconventional Thinking, by Eli Broad.September 28, 2012
- A review of Borrow: The American Way of Debt, by Louis Hyman.May 29, 2012 by Robert Hertzberg
- A review of Masters of Management, by Adrian Wooldridge.February 26, 2012 by David K. Hurst
- The CEO is often number two in companies with concentrated ownership.September 9, 2011
- English may be the lingua franca of business gatherings, but that doesn’t mean non-native speakers are always in sync. There are ways to bridge the gap.January 21, 2011
- Harriet Rubin, author of The Princessa: Machiavelli for Women, introduces a passage on the urgent need for a more inclusive approach to leadership from The Female Vision: Women’s Real Power at Work, by Sally Helgesen and Julie Johnson.July 30, 2010
- Proposals to tax and regulate bank compensation are fast gaining momentum, but they fail to address the core issue.June 7, 2010 by Shumeet Banerji
- Instead of bashing bonuses, let’s put in place the incentives we need: linking compensation to risk and capital.February 23, 2010 by Shumeet Banerji
- A fine-tuned supply chain is more than the sum of its parts. Ideally, each link improves the next.
- How to effectively manage employees who work on multiple teams within an organization.February 4, 2010
- A conversation with Nick Pennell and Rob FowlerDecember 21, 2009
- February 24, 2009 by Edward Tse
- The advent of environmentally friendly automobiles is jump-starting a global battle over battery technology.February 3, 2009 by William J. Holstein
- How corporate leaders can move aggressively to seize new opportunities.
- Foreign banks can find opportunity in Russia if they are willing to navigate the risks.
- In emerging economies, globalization can be counterproductive for innovation.September 4, 2008
- One of the world’s oldest and most influential management consulting firms is taking on a new identity.May 21, 2008 by Shumeet Banerji
- Environmentally friendly countries have a leg up in the competition for international travelers, but sustaining that advantage takes work.
- Transforming the value chain into a value loop can save natural resources and enhance a business’s long-term prospects.October 23, 2007 by Hardin Tibbs
- A hybrid solution for sea and air transport addresses the changing nature of global shipping.
- It has long been common wisdom that smart companies don’t outsource the core operations that define them and set them apart from the competition. But that is starting to change as companies contract out elements of their engineering, design, and research and development. Innovation is going global, with pockets of technology and engineering expertise springing up for rent in Asia, Eastern Europe, even Africa. Smart companies are dramatically reconfiguring their processes and innovation footprint — the physical network of operations — to take advantage of that trend. Booz Allen Hamilton’s experts weigh in on the new rules of global innovation.
- The global travel industry is preparing for the next tourist boom.
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