- Web-based computing services are already saving money for many large enterprises. It’s time to jump on the bandwagon.
- How a conference of multiple stakeholders is bringing financial investment to a region marked by conflict.
- Companies that rely on innovation for growth must learn to live with failure. But lack of commercial success does not have to be a terrible result.May 26, 2009 by Rita Gunther McGrath
- Nirmalya Kumar, a professor of marketing at the London Business School, argues in a new book that although the world economic crisis may have taken the bite out of some Indian companies, most will adapt and emerge globally.May 5, 2009 by William J. Holstein
- Economist Robert Reich believes that the excesses of capitalism have produced a world order in which people feel good as consumers but suffer as citizens.February 17, 2009 by Edward H. Baker
- A new survey reveals a disconnect between what managers should be doing and what they are doing.
- Research shows that most transformation leaders go unpromoted, unrecognized, and unrewarded. And their companies suffer in the long run.
- To succeed globally, “multilatinas” — and all aspiring international companies from developing nations — must make rapid strides in governance, transparency, and executive appointments.
- What The Lucifer Effect, Philip Zimbardo’s landmark book on a prison experiment at Stanford University, tells us about the dangers of corporate conformity.September 23, 2008 by James O'Toole
- On the appeal of logos, the impact of downsizing, the contagiousness of crisis, and the value of IT.August 26, 2008 by Georgia Flight
- How some companies send design work overseas without fear of diminished quality or intellectual property theft.
- The financial industry lags others in making the connection between marketing investments and returns. Three analytical tools can help financial-services companies develop the capability to see more clearly.
- Still Misbehavin’November 30, 2006 by Michelle Leder
- From the outside, a CEO’s job looks difficult. From the inside, it’s merely impossible — unless you take charge of the company’s agenda.February 28, 2006 by Cyrus Freidheim
- To protect shareholder value, companies must link risk management with strategic planning and avoid overreacting to regulatory compliance mandates.
- Eight best practices for managing the supply chain.
- Volunteering in nonprofits isn’t just a charitable act; it’s a way for executives to hone their management and leadership skills.
- Three rules for ensuring that spin-offs create — and don’t destroy — value.
- Will digital cinema ever come to a theater near you? Filmmakers are talking up the technology, but studios, theater owners, and distributors still need to work out the financial hurdles.
- April 9, 2002 by Russell W. Coff
- January 1, 2000 by Randall Rothenberg
- Communications are suffering from an overemphasis on graphics and multimedia that are turning boardrooms into video-game parlors. Learn the art of storytelling to get your agenda across.April 1, 1999 by Janis Forman
- The Human Equation: Building Profits by Putting People First by Jeffrey Pfeffer (345 pages, Harvard Business School Press, 1998)April 1, 1998 by Tim Dickson
- January 1, 1998 by Joseph L. Badaracco Jr.
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