- National efforts to expand international flows—of trade, capital, information, and people—can be a major leverage point for raising prosperity.
- Rising labor costs will challenge China’s manufacturing base, but five factors point to opportunities for growth.February 25, 2013 by John Jullens
- Booz & Company and strategy+business have introduced an online survey to explore the relationship between management theory, corporate identity, and high performance.
- Manufacturers and retailers must factor in national sensitivities to price volatility.January 18, 2013
- A new study finds that underestimating strategic risk is the number one cause of shareholder value destruction. But it doesn’t have to be.
- How to maintain creative complexity without the limitations of co-location.
- The former head of Alcoa Russia teaches executives that in international business practice, ethics and competitive advantage go hand in hand.November 27, 2012 by Ann Graham
- CEOs with seats on other company boards have connections that can help them transform their own company.October 5, 2012
- How companies can battle five types of counterfeiters.July 13, 2012
- Automobiles are selling again, and executives are confident. The U.S. auto industry is positioned for a global economic recovery — if car manufacturers can avoid repeating the mistakes of the past.
- A new category of competitor — low-price, medium-quality Chinese B2B upstarts — is shaking up the global competitive landscape.
- A leading solar energy policy advocate explains how this dynamic, rapidly maturing industry can reach its true potential.May 29, 2012 by Laura W. Geller
- A review of Borrow: The American Way of Debt, by Louis Hyman.May 29, 2012 by Robert Hertzberg
- Three key factors can delay — or accelerate — an announcement.April 13, 2012
- Scrambling to shift scant resources in order to meet deadlines can have a chaotic ripple effect.March 30, 2012
- Global drug companies are facing disruption. One powerful strategic response is to rethink their manufacturing and operations footprints.
- A new study of inorganic growth shows that deals made to enhance or leverage the things that companies do well consistently outperform others.
- A niche in a new market can be a base for growth — or a way to keep rivals off guard.February 10, 2012
- Revenues rise at protected companies, but from price hikes — and production decreases.January 6, 2012
- With merger and acquisition activity heating up, here’s a due diligence checklist for regaining clarity.
- Dazong Wang, CEO of one of China’s largest automakers, discusses how auto companies will keep pace with Chinese consumers’ appetite for cars.November 22, 2011 by Sheridan Prasso
- Cultural associations can really help — or hurt.October 28, 2011
- Louis Carter, editor of Best Practices in Talent Management: How the World’s Leading Corporations Manage, Develop, and Retain Top Talent (coedited with Marshall Goldsmith), introduces a lesson on the best practices mind-set from The Responsible Business: Reimagining Sustainability and Success, by Carol Sanford.October 28, 2011
- The renowned author discusses how the great economists uncovered the basic truth about progress, prosperity, and productivity, and the reasons you should be careful which ideas you listen to.August 23, 2011 by Rob Norton
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