- Business is about making money, not measuring macho. The scrap heap of corporate disasters is littered with managers whose ego drive overwhelmed good sense..April 1, 1998 by Benson P. Shapiro
- Managers can do a far better job if they understand how each process they manage adds value. SVA is a tool for gaining that understanding.
- October 1, 1997 by Joel Kurtzman
- What is the purpose of a company's knowledge program? To improve at a rate faster than the competition.
- How does a fledgling company become an industry powerhouse? By managing itself professionally and betting on the right products. The case of Biogen shows how it can be done.July 1, 1997 by Lawrence M. Fisher
- July 1, 1997 by Bradley K. Googins
- Robert J. Thomas, president and chief executive at Nissan, took time out to asses what he knew about the car business and where it is going. The result has been a radical rethinking of the business. Nissan is now in the midst of a major sea of change, entailing an internal shift from a business with a manufacturing mind-set to a marketing-oriented company that puts consumers' needs first.April 1, 1997 by Robert J. Thomas
- This third article in a series on balanced purchasing focuses on target costing and recommends a five-step process to optimize the cost of product designs still in development. A hypothetical development effort for a sports watch is used to demonstrate the process. If carried out properly and at the right level of detail, target costing can insure competitiveness without jeopardizing supplier cooperation.
- The relationship between Xerox and Fuji Xerox, its joint venture in Japan, is the centerpiece of this commentary on how alliances among companies are forging new units of economic power known as "constellations." Internal rivalry can put constellations at a disadvantage against single-company rivals, and the ability to manage the balance of competition and cooperation is critical to success.January 1, 1997 by Benjamin Gomes-Casseres
- In Taiwan, where business anonymity is the cultural norm, Stan Shih stands out.October 1, 1996 by Joel Kurtzman
- October 1, 1996 by Lawrence M. Fisher
- Suppliers of goods and services that flow through distribution channels face unique challenges. A 10-point plan shows the way to deliver the proper price and service to those who really count: the end users.July 1, 1996 by Evan Hirsh
- July 1, 1996 by Bill Burnham
- April 1, 1996 by Joel Kurtzman
Whither Germany? Whither Europe? A Conversation With Prof. Norbert Walter, Chief Economist Deutsche Bank GroupA Conversation With Prof. Norbert Walter, Chief Economist Deutsche Bank GroupApril 1, 1996 by Joel Kurtzman
- More than ever, companies are realizing that their real advantage lies in what they know. But how do you manage knowledge?January 1, 1996 by Thomas H. Davenport
- Economic models are now forecasting a period of strong global growth. Economists ask whether the need for capital will raise interest rates, bringing growth to a halt.January 1, 1996 by Edwin S. Rubenstein
- The old model, which says revenue growth and shareholder-value growth are correlated, does not go far enough toward explaining how the best companies create value. It ignores the formidable concept of strategic innovation.
- January 1, 1996 by Tim Laseter
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