- Gil Friend, author of The Truth about Green Business, introduces a passage that debunks sustainability ratings from Flourishing: A Frank Conversation about Sustainability, by John R. Ehrenfeld and Andrew J. Hoffman.
- According to a new study, the solar industry is slowly stabilizing.
- The key to clean, reliable, and affordable energy, says Southern Company CEO Tom Fanning, is a bold and balanced approach to R&D.
- April 8, 2013 by Ken FavaroUnderstanding the real value of corporate strategy and the head office.
- September 10, 2012 by Rob NortonGernot Wagner, an economist with the Environmental Defense Fund, believes business will push for policy change.
- June 1, 2012Patterns appear in higher stock volatility, increased capital costs, and a drop in return on assets.
- May 29, 2012 by Laura W. GellerA leading solar energy policy advocate explains how this dynamic, rapidly maturing industry can reach its true potential.
- May 29, 2012 by Clive CrookA review of Thinking, Fast and Slow, by Daniel Kahneman.
- March 16, 2012But once diversified firms are in Chapter 11, they spend more time and money to get out.
- February 17, 2012 by Toshiya Imai, Alex Koster, Kenny Kurtzman, Matthew Le Merle, and Pierre Péladeau
- November 23, 2011Investments become more prudent when borrowing becomes harder.
- The wind, solar, biomass, and geothermal sector has grown in fits and starts — and now may have the momentum to become a self-sustaining industry.
- July 29, 2011Robert B. Tucker, author of Innovation Is Everybody’s Business: How to Make Yourself Indispensable in Today’s Hypercompetitive World, introduces a lesson in innovation from Little Bets: How Breakthrough Ideas Emerge from Small Discoveries, by Peter Sims.
- May 24, 2011 by David K. HurstA review of Identity Economics, by George A. Akerlof and Rachel E. Kranton.
- As the energy markets evolve, oil and gas majors should consider diversifying into power generation.
- February 25, 2011Janelle M. Barlow, coauthor (with Claus Møller) of A Complaint Is a Gift: Recovering Customer Loyalty When Things Go Wrong, introduces a lesson in the value of complaining co-workers from Workarounds That Work: How to Conquer Anything That Stands in Your Way at Work, by Russell Bishop.
- February 22, 2011 by Nancy A. NicholsSome executives and scientists are calling for a radical rethinking of chemicals, cars, farms, and our future.
- Edgar Schein, MIT’s sage of organizational culture, explains why the quest for accountability should start with interdependence.
- 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.
- How a capabilities-driven information technology strategy can help differentiate your company.
- To develop new executive talent in the Middle East, regional leaders are examining the roots of their own success.
- October 19, 2009 by Jay OgilvyIf nuclear energy represents a genuine way to deal with climate change, let’s test it through a massive joint project involving the U.S., Japan, France, and China.
- If Middle East countries use lower oil prices as an excuse to neglect development of roads, bridges, and power lines, their bright future could be stymied before it begins.
- August 4, 2009 by Noam NeusnerA cap and trade system for storing radioactive waste may be the best means to wake up a critical but moribund industry.
- Web-based computing services are already saving money for many large enterprises. It’s time to jump on the bandwagon.
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