- A central medical records database could yield economic and social benefits. However, the network will only succeed if it is designed for all healthcare system stakeholders.
- The Three Elements of Transformation
- A controversial new book on the strategic value of information technology is flawed — but right.June 1, 2004 by Steve Lohr
- An exclusive survey shows CEO participation, smart use of technology, and bold change initiatives are key to successful Supply Chain Management.
- From the ashes of an overbuilt industry rises a promising new marketplace: business-to-employee communications.
- Medical mistakes kill almost 100,000 Americans each year and cost the country as much as $29 billion annually. The right prescription could be a nationwide information system modeled on the FDA’s adverse drug reaction network.
- Profits and growth are slowing for the U.S. wireless industry, but new customers for prepaid services could be the key to a revival.
- Three rules for ensuring that spin-offs create — and don’t destroy — value.
- Washington Mutual Inc. Senior Vice President, Talent Acquisition & Organizational CapabilityApril 9, 2002 by Michael Ryan
- The world’s most populous nation has become a capitalist’s paradise, supplanting Asia’s “tiger economies” — and soon, perhaps, the West.January 11, 2002 by Kenichi Ohmae
- Low-income markets present a prodigious opportunity for the world’s wealthiest companies — to seek their fortunes and bring prosperity to the aspiring poor.
- "Common-goods" e-tailers are collapsing because they ignored an iron law of retailing: New formats win only by offering better prices, not better service.
- The software industry should adopt a Web-based distribution system to accelerate innovation and serve customers better.July 16, 2001 by Ray Lane
- E-tail intermediaries may do what Kozmo and Webvan could not.
- Is Urbanfetch's demise a harbinger of doom for other Web-based delivery services? Maybe not, depending on their willingness to change and investors' willingness to wait.
- Heralded as the corporation's savior, BPR was later condemned as a heartless, failed management fad. But perhaps evangelists like Michael Hammer needed to go even farther.July 1, 2000 by Art Kleiner
- With his newest book, "Living on the Faultline," the best-selling management seer divines a Fortune 500 prey to the same Technology Adoption Life Cycle that convulses Silicon Valley.April 1, 2000 by Lawrence M. Fisher
- In an exclusive excerpt from his next book, the former head of McKinsey Asia explains why Amazon.com, CNN and others have achieved an almost unassailable global dominance.January 1, 2000 by Kenichi Ohmae
- October 1, 1998 by Lawrence M. Fisher
- Knowledge Works: Managing Intellectual Capital at Toshiba by W. Mark Fruin (267 pages, Oxford University Press, 1997)July 1, 1998 by Barbara Presley Noble
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