A review of Power, by Jeffrey Pfeffer.
- New research revealing a disparity between what shoppers say and what they do debunks the myth of the ethical consumer.
- The educational pedigree of CEOs has no bearing on the long-term success of their companies.November 12, 2010
- Performance-based compensation plans can appeal to both employees and employers, but for different reasons.August 24, 2010 by Matt Palmquist
- Integrating formal metrics and informal communication can lead to new levels of performance.
- A review of Beating the Commodity Trap, by Richard A. D’Aveni.April 19, 2010 by David K. Hurst
- Celebrating a “must-read” concept, based on data from thousands of companies: Information flow and decision rights are integral parts of the strategic process.April 19, 2010 by Thomas A. Stewart
- Managing author Henry Mintzberg believes that to improve business schools, we must first understand the essence of what managers do.March 15, 2010 by Art Kleiner
- A shortcut to the big themes in the conversation about corporate strategy.February 23, 2010 by Walter Kiechel III
- The Capable and the FailedNovember 24, 2009 by Phil Rosenzweig
- When management consultants stop being experts and start being collaborators, companies benefit.September 3, 2009
- Nassim Nicholas Taleb, author of The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable, introduces an engaging lesson in business forecasting from Dance with Chance: Making Luck Work for You, by Spyros Makridakis, Robin Hogarth, and Anil Gaba.June 17, 2009
- A review of Free Market Madness, by Peter A. Ubel.May 26, 2009 by David K. Hurst
- Fixing the mortgage meltdown, mastering disruptive change, inculcating a sense of urgency, and exploring drama at the Economist.February 24, 2009 by David K. Hurst
- A new survey reveals a disconnect between what managers should be doing and what they are doing.
- A new study measures how businesses could survive economic disruption in the event of a pandemic.
- Chasing BreakthroughsNovember 25, 2008 by Jon Gertner
- On the appeal of logos, the impact of downsizing, the contagiousness of crisis, and the value of IT.August 26, 2008 by Georgia Flight
- Why financial markets are brittle, companies stop growing, Ryanair took off, and plans succeed or fail.August 26, 2008 by David K. Hurst
- Money isn’t the key to successful innovation. In fact, many companies spend far less than their competitors on R&D to achieve far better performance. To learn why that’s the case, strategy+business and Knowledge@Wharton spoke with Kevin Dehoff, a partner at Booz & Company, and Karl Ulrich, Wharton professor of operations and information management. In this first part of a three-part series, Dehoff and Ulrich discuss the relationship between spending on innovation and corporate performance, how projects are valued in a portfolio, and the importance of screening opportunities.June 25, 2008
- “Putting people first” can be more than a slogan.June 10, 2008 by Edward E. Lawler III
- Managers should pay special attention to the way they divide a team into subgroups.May 1, 2008
- Singaporean diplomat Kishore Mahbubani says the West should lose its arrogance and the East should step up to global leadership.February 26, 2008 by Sheridan Prasso
- Planning for UncertaintyNovember 28, 2007 by David Newkirk
- A multi-stakeholder effort to train engineers in Africa.November 6, 2007 by Barbara Waugh
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