- Gains are seen when a subset of directors and senior executives share knowledge and ideas.
- January 14, 2011People may be paying too much for broadband, and innovation could be a victim.
- January 3, 2011Jim Champy, coauthor, with Harry Greenspun, of Reengineering Health Care: A Manifesto for Radically Rethinking Health Care Delivery, introduces a lesson on the pitfalls of measurement from Faster, Cheaper, Better: The 9 Levers for Transforming How Work Gets Done, by Michael Hammer and Lisa W. Hershman.
- May 25, 2010 by Andrew JonesFreelancers are turning to “co-working” environments for better workplace interaction. Companies could use them to boost productivity.
- As growing numbers of women enter the economic mainstream, they will have a profound effect on global business.
- April 23, 2010Mobile phones may increase workers’ productivity, but they have not, as many people feared they would, blurred the boundaries between work and home.
- March 31, 2009 by Edward H. BakerMobile phone operators are turning to LTE as the fourth-generation technology to provide inexpensive wireless broadband access for cost-conscious consumers and businesses.
- February 24, 2009 by Art KleinerThe most valuable management principles and practices often started as countercultural — and many continue to be. In this Webinar, Art Kleiner will discuss the nature of corporations and the role of the heretics — the people who raise difficult questions on behalf of the organizations they work for. These days, with conventional wisdom failing, heretics are needed more than ever.
- February 24, 2009 by Art Kleiner
- December 9, 2008 by Sheridan PrassoA heightened level of access to Taiwan from mainland China means new opportunities for foreign investors.
- On sleep-deprived teams, postmerger executives, an unreformed industry, and unanticipated turnover.
- May 15, 2008Executives must be aware of the ownership and governance structure of companies they are considering partnering with in foreign markets.
- February 19, 2008 by William J. HolsteinCorporate governance expert Nell Minow explains the relationship between outlandish severance packages and the risky financial instruments linked to subprime mortgages.
- A strong, competitive telecom market plays a crucial role in promoting a country's overall economic development -- but the government must first institute intelligent regulatory policies and practices.
- Service industries -- including financial services, health care, utilities, and telecom -- have access to vast consumer data, but lack the tools that most consumer goods companies use to understand customer behavior.
- March 13, 2007 by Justin PettitHigh-multiple acquisition targets can be the best bargains.
- February 28, 2007 by Justin PettitJust when the need for excess cash has decreased, companies are hoarding capital instead of putting it to good use.
- As the turbulent global services industry matures, a highly skilled cadre of master providers and customers is emerging.
- Heterogeneous management teams give corporations a performance edge, but without the right incentives and leadership style, diversity can be a hindrance.
- August 26, 2005 by Gordon CookThe most attractive new form of Internet telephony is also the most threatening to corporate security — for now.
- June 29, 2005 by Gordon CookThe most attractive new form of Internet telephony is also the most threatening to corporate security — for now.
- March 1, 2005 by Luigi PuglieseDigital terrestrial television uses analog technology to deliver digital programming — and may soon affect everything from home entertainment to mobile communications.
- A 50-company survey shows that executives expect innovation initiatives to deliver 20 to 30 percent improvements in customer value, product cost, and quality in only two years.
- Telecom carriers worldwide are poised to conquer the fast-growing mobile data market. But success requires a new business model.
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