- A review of The Management Myth: Why the Experts Keep Getting It Wrong, by Matthew Stewart.
- February 23, 2010 by David K. HurstA review of Think Twice: Harnessing the Power of Counterintuition, by Michael J. Mauboussin.
- February 23, 2010 by Ann GrahamIndia’s Tata, one of the world’s largest conglomerates, is basing an ambitious global strategy on 142 years of social entrepreneurship.
- December 21, 2009A conversation with Nick Pennell and Rob Fowler
- September 3, 2009When management consultants stop being experts and start being collaborators, companies benefit.
- August 18, 2009 by William J. HolsteinThe Obama administration’s focus on digital patient records to minimize medical errors and improve efficiency has promise, but will face significant obstacles.
- June 17, 2009Nassim 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.
- May 26, 2009 by Barbra CooperThe information systems group at Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc. has moved from an "order-taker" role to "next-generation demand management” in an effort to meet overall corporate needs.
- February 24, 2009 by Art KleinerHow to rebuild your capabilities for long-term growth in a time of turmoil.
- December 2, 2008 by Barry JaruzelskiThe Global Innovation 1000, Booz & Company’s award-winning annual study of corporate R&D spending, is the most comprehensive assessment of the influence of R&D on corporate performance. Booz & Company experts will discuss this year’s findings. Distinguishing this study from those of previous years, they will identify flows of innovation spending across national borders and characteristics of innovation networks that correlate with higher performance.
- December 2, 2008 by Barry Jaruzelski
- In facing business complexities, a robust and creative human capital plan could be your most effective strategy.
- June 10, 2008 by Jeffrey RothfederThe lean process expert explains why it’s so hard to emulate Toyota.
- June 10, 2008 by Edward E. Lawler III“Putting people first” can be more than a slogan.
- March 4, 2008 by Gwen MoranIf we hate it so much, why do we all use it?
- February 26, 2008 by Denise CarusoThe U.S. government’s method for evaluating risk isn’t as objective as it’s made out to be.
- December 13, 2007 by Barry JaruzelskiThe Global Innovation 1000, Booz Allen Hamilton’s annual study of the world’s largest corporate R&D spenders, continues to be the most comprehensive effort to assess the influence of R&D on corporate performance. Booz Allen experts will discuss this year’s findings, including trends in R&D spending across industries and geographies. From their research into the link between innovation strategy and corporate performance, they have identified two key performance differentiators: customer focus and alignment of corporate and innovation strategies. They’ve also determined the three most prevalent innovation strategies and the implications each has on capability building.
- December 4, 2007 by Lisa KimballThe best solutions to an organization’s problems may be found among its members.
- November 28, 2007 by Joe FlowerWorth the Risk?
- November 28, 2007 by Ann Graham
- More and more, marketing organizations are being asked to fulfill a far more significant role for the rest of the enterprise. Indeed, a number of CMOs have flourished in their capacity as “Growth Champions,” a term we use to describe marketing’s engagement in leading companies to expand their reach in the consumer or business-to-business marketplace. And, as successful leaders, the CMOs have also demonstrated their ability to establish an environment that encourages every member of the marketing team to thrive: After all, not only do followers need great leaders, but great leaders need great followers. Based on revealing interviews that Booz Allen and the ANA conducted with marketing leaders at household-name companies, our experts offer insights into this new marketing role and how to make it work.
- August 29, 2007 by Tom EhrenfeldPlenty of motivational coaches pledge to boost your efficiency. These are the few who really deliver.
- Firsthand observation on the front lines can offer the critical insights that make for inspired — and inspiring — leadership.
- It has long been common wisdom that smart companies don’t outsource the core operations that define them and set them apart from the competition. But that is starting to change as companies contract out elements of their engineering, design, and research and development. Innovation is going global, with pockets of technology and engineering expertise springing up for rent in Asia, Eastern Europe, even Africa. Smart companies are dramatically reconfiguring their processes and innovation footprint — the physical network of operations — to take advantage of that trend. Booz Allen Hamilton’s experts weigh in on the new rules of global innovation.
- July 17, 2007 by Art KleinerRobert Hormats, an international finance expert and the author of The Price of Liberty: Paying for America's Wars, describes the problems with current U.S. fiscal policy, and how to adjust the country's spending for present and future global battles.
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