- In an exclusive excerpt from his next book, the eminent strategy guru takes flight against a sea of troubles — and still ends up with a ground delay. Who's to blame? Maybe you.
- New 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 Michael Schrage
- Creating value is just the beginning. To make money from innovation, you must drive your industry's evolution — even before the industry exists.
- It’s a place where revenue growth is two to three times the norm, and shareholder returns are way above average. You’d better move there soon, our newest research shows, if you want to attract investors and talent.
- The Web can deliver the fruits of energy deregulation once consumers and suppliers adjust to new business rules and new technology.
- The short self life of Priceline's WebHouse shows some products aren't suited to dynamic pricing. But it doesn't mean the model can't work.
- October 1, 2000 by Bruce Feirstein
- Akamai Technology and the Inktomi Corporation both speed Web pages from servers to desktops. But to chase earnings, they've taken different routes. Can both lead to riches?October 1, 2000 by Lawrence M. Fisher
- With a "clean team" and a digital platform, BP and Amoco shaved months from their merger closing — and added immeasurably to shareholder value.
- Companies never capture all the value they create. To become wildly profitable, you have to assume more responsibility for your customers.
- October 1, 2000 by Andrew Campbell
- October 1, 2000 by Keith Krach
- It's no longer enough to act local, says London Business School dean and global marketing guru John Quelch. Coke, P & G, and Unilever now must learn to think local, too.July 1, 2000 by Randall Rothenberg
- Fred Hassan's human touch transformed Pharmacia & Upjohn from hostile tribes into a growing global concern.July 1, 2000 by Victoria Griffith
- July 1, 2000 by Stephan-Götz Richter
- Knowledge remains the strongest force for business-building — if you're willing to link it to the bottom line and borrow inspiration from everywhere.
- July 1, 2000 by Allen Weiss
- July 1, 2000 by C.V. Ramachandran
- Priceline.com's founder and vice chairman bet his fortune on the power of ideas. But he still believes the e-business if full of patent nonsense.April 1, 2000 by Randall Rothenberg
- First came self-managed 401(k)s. Get ready for self-managed medical plans and the multibillion-dollar Internet marketplace they will spawn.
- Strategic innovation is an art form, much like jazz, that requires the discipline to learn and the talent to improvise.
- The inefficient, tradition-bound, $4 billion trade-book industry is using the Internet to unlock an additional $2 billion-plus.
- From Wal-Mart to Amazon, great companies have always faced the challenges of channel conflict, pricing and cultural change.
- How a half-billion-dollar Seattle outdoor-equipment retailer became a virtual merchandiser.January 1, 2000 by Lawrence M. Fisher
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