- Sex, Shame, and Shareholder Value
- November 30, 2004 by Steve LohrThe Sky is Still the Limit
- November 30, 2004
- On diversity’s payoff, e-pricing strategy, marketing and growth, and other topics of interest.
- May 21, 2003 by Ann GrahamThe Harvard Business School ethics scholar says values are defining a new standard of corporate performance.
- February 24, 2003 by Scott BorgJohn Nash had a beautiful mind. These books showcase beautiful implications for companies.
- October 11, 2002 by Rob NortonTwo Cheers for Free Trade
- What Jack Welch Learned from the Prussian Army
- October 10, 2002 by Paul Oyer
- Drug companies believe they’ll reap billions taking prescription medicines “over the counter.” But the strategy is no substitute for real innovation.
- July 17, 2002 by David A. AakerTo link and augment marketing communications programs, spin the Web around them.
- Value chain mapping can find hidden value in even the oldest industries.
- February 13, 2002 by Martin Morse Wooster
- February 12, 2002 by Martin Morse WoosterOn brand segmentation, oil prices, antitrust policy, and other topics of interest.
- January 12, 2002 by Michael RyanEastman Kodak Company Chairman and CEO
- Marketers worry about top-line revenue, while operations people fret about cost. Differentiated Service Policies allow them to coexist.
- January 9, 2002 by Art KleinerA 10-year debate between two feuding gurus sheds some light on a vexing business question.
- Tired of waiting for 3G Wireless Technology? Try 2.5G
- November 20, 2001 by Joel KurtzmanStanford university economics professor Paul Romer explains how the knowledge economy is creating monopoly power and changing the nature of competition. This stems from the ability of knowledge-based industries to generate increasing returns by capturing as much market share as possible. Unlike traditional monopolies, however, information age giants will face being superseded by new entrants and little danger exists of permanent monopolies -- even in an industry like software.
- October 1, 2001 by David S. BennahumOf Bits and Books and the New Economy
- October 1, 2001 by Charles HandyThe Well-Read Executive’s 12 Steps to Better Thinking
- October 1, 2001 by Charles Hampden-TurnerThe Cobra and the Treasure Chest: Four Perspectives on Globalism
- October 1, 2001Twelve opinionated, acclaimed strategists, scholars, and writers identify and assess the most important business books in strategy, management, and their subcategories.
- July 1, 2001 by Des DearloveSilicon Valley still dominates the technology map, but European high-tech clusters are closing in.
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