- Skeptics abound, but the high-tech approach to consumer data seems to pay off.
- Brand NewNovember 27, 2012 by Shaun Holliday
- At Devon Energy, building the most critical capabilities requires a high-touch approach to human capital and the HR function.November 27, 2012 by Christopher Click
- Some troubling signs are found on the financial front when CEOs’ experience comes from beyond the corporate world.October 26, 2012
- The top 50 companies providing IT and telecom hardware, software, and services are facing dramatic change and convergence. Their response will transform life for the rest of us.
- Why global companies need to rethink their operating models.
- How companies can battle five types of counterfeiters.July 13, 2012
- A welcoming policy for unwanted products increases customer loyalty and spending.June 15, 2012
- Many business leaders think they’d rather have great execution than superior strategies, but you can’t have the first without the second.June 1, 2012 by Ken Favaro
- A more strategic approach to costs can help you prepare for the next round of expansion.
- Analysis of informal networks offers a potent leadership model for the C-suite: Make top teams the hub of the enterprise, and watch performance improve.
- Decision makers struggling with uncertainty can choose from a trio of probabilistic models to match the type of risks they face.
- By promoting business partnerships, producers of primary materials can find a new source of competitive advantage.
- The influential business author and CEO explains why the practice of enlightened self-governance gives companies an edge.May 29, 2012 by Art Kleiner
- Big companies are once again appointing new chief executives in greater numbers, Booz & Company’s annual study finds. Here’s a close look at the incoming class, and some advice from veterans on how they can best navigate their crucial first year.
- CEOs who took part in Booz & Company’s 2011 study of CEO turnover share their thoughts about the difficulties they faced, the successes they achieved, and what, in retrospect, they might have done differently in their first year on the job.
- What they lose in bargaining power, they more than make up for in efficiencies, profitability, and stock gains.May 11, 2012
- During the Great Recession, this iconic Swedish furniture company developed a new way to expand: cutting costs while increasing customer loyalty.
- Investors reward companies that buy stand-alone brands they can market better than the sellers did.April 27, 2012
- Companies with founders still on board did best during the Great Recession.April 20, 2012
- Two top leaders of the Middle East telecom company Etisalat explain how they recruit and retain people in frontier markets — the most challenging business environments in the world.
- What is the right number of direct reports for any incoming C-level executive? A new diagnostic tool can provide the answer, based on each leader’s situation and strategy.April 9, 2012 by Gary L. Neilson
- Membership engages customers, who spend more across the board.April 6, 2012
- Six months after video rental company CEO Reed Hastings was forced into a strategic retreat from Qwikster, strategists can still learn a lot from his decision.April 2, 2012 by Ken Favaro
- The companies PE firms acquire aren’t any more likely to go under than other debt-heavy businesses, once some variables are factored in.March 23, 2012
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