- To build your capabilities and cast a wider net for ideas, you must figure out which of the three types of innovation strategies you already have — and design your R&D approach accordingly.
- A review of The Wall Street Journal Essential Guide to Management, by Alan Murray.February 22, 2011 by David K. Hurst
- Start using it instead — to reinforce and build the new behaviors that will give you the high-performance company you want.
- Management professor Vijay Govindarajan explains why companies have trouble implementing new ideas — and what they should do about it.January 14, 2011 by Theodore Kinni
- Charlie Feld, the former CIO of Frito-Lay and a pioneer in his field, explains how IT can play a key role in developing corporate strategy.
- Marshall Goldsmith, author of Mojo, introduces a passage on the difficulties of balancing work and family, from You Can’t Predict a Hero, by Joseph J. Grano Jr.November 23, 2010
- The Chorus Takes a BowNovember 23, 2010 by David K. Hurst
- November 23, 2010 by Theodore Kinni
- Business strategy is at an evolutionary crossroads. It’s time to resolve the long-standing tension between the inherent identity of your organization and the fleeting nature of your competitive advantage.November 23, 2010 by Cesare Mainardi
- Even successful public relations is no longer enough to protect a company’s reputation.
- A select shelf of books that not only expanded the corporate lexicon, but still have the power to change the way we see the world and do business.November 15, 2010 by Theodore Kinni
- Booz & Company’s annual study of the world’s biggest R&D spenders shows why highly innovative companies are able to consistently outperform. Their secret? They’re good at the right things, not at everything.
- Researchers find no connection between improved overall firm performance and the offering of stock option compensation to rank-and-file workers.October 29, 2010
- How a new view of consumers changed the way we think about products, companies, and economies.August 24, 2010 by Theodore Kinni
- Rather than seek increased revenues and profits by expanding products and markets, companies should follow a seven-step strategy for achieving more with less.
- A few overinflated CEO compensation packages have led to a surge in overall chief executive pay over the past 20 years.August 13, 2010
- As regulators work to fix some of the problems caused by the financial markets’ changing infrastructure, five questions need to be addressed.
- The role of the chief executive is evolving. CEOs from around the world discuss the game-changing practices that lead to success.
- Celebrating a “must-read” concept, based on data from thousands of companies: Information flow and decision rights are integral parts of the strategic process.April 19, 2010 by Thomas A. Stewart
- James H. Gilmore, coauthor of Authenticity: What Consumers Really Want, introduces a tale of learning from unusual places found in Common Purpose: How Great Leaders Get Organizations to Achieve the Extraordinary, by Joel Kurtzman.April 2, 2010
- Despite improvements in the global economy, chemicals, retail banking, consumer packaged goods, engineered products and services, oil and gas, and technology still need to transform.March 8, 2010 by Karen Henrie
- A review of How the Mighty Fall and Why Some Companies Never Give In, by Jim Collins.February 23, 2010 by David K. Hurst
- A shortcut to the big themes in the conversation about corporate strategy.February 23, 2010 by Walter Kiechel III
- The newest corporate stakeholders — government representatives — must learn to become effective agents for reform.
- Farming out product design and development can be a risky venture, as many organizations have learned the hard way. Here are five steps to making it work.
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