- Italy has worked hard to modernize its economy, but still lags in reforming labor markets, financial systems, and education. Will the nation push ahead, or hang on to the status quo?
- Banks, brokerages, and financial portals are racing to grab a piece of the booming market for aggregation services. Traditional institutions have the lead — but they can't afford complacency.
- January 1, 2001 by Robert RatnerAmerican Lawyer Media Inc., Vice President for Strategic Planning
- January 1, 2001 by Michael SchrageNew prototyping methods have radically reduced the cost of testing products, services, and business models — effectively creating a new financial resource: iterative capital. Be sure you spend it wisely.
- January 1, 2001 by Randall RothenbergThe Yale Management School dean plumbs the mind of the CEO.
- January 1, 2001 by Art KleinerThe controversial Canadian theorist claims he can create the perfect organization. Has he found the key to management — or merely a justification for bureaucracy?
- With a "clean team" and a digital platform, BP and Amoco shaved months from their merger closing — and added immeasurably to shareholder value.
- October 1, 2000 by Andrew Campbell
- While most U.S. companies have passed through their digital infancy, time is running out for critical decisions on mission, leadership, processes, structure, and talent.
- April 1, 2000 by Martin Morse WoosterBranding, privatization, productivity, capital controls, and management.
- April 1, 2000 by Barry Eichengreen
- Spencer Stuart unveils "Talent.com," a study of essential C.E.O. qualities in the New Economy.
- January 1, 2000 by Martin Vander WeyerRegulatory challenges to the new cyber order.
- July 1, 1999 by Lawrence M. FisherIn an industry of mega-mergers, one company has grown by taking smaller bites - and it has thrived.
Multinationals in the Next Decade: Blueprint, Flow and Soul Building the Modern Multinational OrganizationThe builders of modern multinationals draw inspiration from the architecture of buildings: Design a blueprint, manage the flow of resources and inject some soul.
- April 1, 1999 by Joel Kurtzman
- April 1, 1999 by Lawrence M. FisherJoint ventures can hold the key to expanding globally, introducing new product lines and leveraging brand capital. But it takes good relationships - and patience.
- April 1, 1999 by Tim DicksonThe Crisis of Global Capitalism: Open Society Endangered by George Soros (245 pages, Little, Brown & Company, 1998)
- Information technology has emerged as a key component of competitive advantage.
- January 1, 1999 by John HoulihanNon-Product-Related sourcing can cost the equivalent of 20 percent or more of a company's sales. Yet, it is frequently overlooked as a potential source of significant savings and efficiency gains. Managed rigorously, the hidden value of such sourcing can be substantial.
- October 1, 1998 by Joel Kurtzman
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