- Why politics as usual in the E.U., the U.S. and China is getting in the way of a strong recovery.
- September 9, 2013 by Laura W. GellerDigitization will enhance the customer experience, and can save banks up to 30 percent.
- August 27, 2013 by Rob NortonIn The Alchemists, economic journalist Neil Irwin argues that the financial crisis of 2007–08 made the central bankers of the U.S., U.K., and Europe the most powerful people on earth.
- August 27, 2013 by Catherine PalmieriWhat happened to recorded music is about to happen to you. But only a few banks are making the right moves from branches to online services.
- July 16, 2013 by Art KleinerThe social theorist on why new technologies are ushering in a paradigm shift, and how the transition will redefine how business is done.
- May 28, 2013 by David WarshA review of Doing Capitalism in the Innovation Economy: Markets, Speculation, and the State, by William H. Janeway.
- Even when facing a crisis, some CEOs know how to anticipate the worst, plan a response, and navigate to advantage. You can do the same.
- A few large companies in every industry show consistently superior profitability relative to their peers, and they all have one thing in common: a highly developed capacity to adapt their business to change.
- April 8, 2013 by Ken FavaroUnderstanding the real value of corporate strategy and the head office.
- March 11, 2013 by Ken FavaroHow strategic intuition unlocks innovative solutions to your biggest problems.
- The structured approach to innovation favored by mature companies can’t deliver the agility and differentiation they need today.
- A new index of countries links their future prosperity to raising the status of women.
- December 7, 2012Are decisions affected by potential conflicts of interest that credit-rating agencies engender?
- September 21, 2012“Prudent” banks couldn’t resist subprime investments — and took a bigger hit in the stock market.
- To corporate leaders, this year’s economic crisis is a sign that a more unified Europe is a solution, not a problem.
- Even amid ongoing tensions, Middle East leaders must maintain their commitment to economic reform.
- July 27, 2012When an upbeat management style becomes excessive, it wards off reality and asks for trouble.
- June 25, 2012 by Art KleinerTo Aaron Shapiro, CEO of the digital agency Huge, online marketing means creating immersive environments where people go to get their problems solved.
- June 1, 2012 by Justin PettitJustin Pettit, coauthor of Merge Ahead: Mastering the Five Enduring Trends of Artful M&A, introduces a new perspective on decision making from Wait: The Art and Science of Delay, by Frank Partnoy.
- June 1, 2012 by Ken FavaroMany business leaders think they’d rather have great execution than superior strategies, but you can’t have the first without the second.
- May 29, 2012 by Ken FavaroWhat is a business strategy? It is the result of choices made to maximize long-term value.
- May 29, 2012 by Matt PalmquistPersonal connections between borrowers and bankers produce better results for both sides.
- March 16, 2012But once diversified firms are in Chapter 11, they spend more time and money to get out.
- February 28, 2012 by Paula MarguliesThis social entrepreneur pioneered a new model for mentoring startups in emerging markets. Now she’s replicating it around the world.
- February 28, 2012 by Ernest J. Wilson IIITo foster economic growth, innovation clusters need to draw on the power of an interrelated “quad” of sectors: public, private, civil, and academic.
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