- Eastman Kodak Company Chairman and CEO
- Business-to-business e-commerce is fraught with peril for buyers and sellers alike. An exclusive survey of 1,800 e-Marketplaces shows what it takes to win.
- Searching for Giants of Theory and Practice
- October 1, 2001 by Louis UchitelleInsights from Hindsight: What the Past Teaches about the Future
- October 1, 2001 by Bruce A. PasternackDreamers with Deadlines
- January 1, 2001 by David K. HurstNestlé Canada Inc., President, Nutrition
- January 1, 2001 by Des DearloveOnce the preserve of Silicon Valley, Internet incubators are now rapidly expanding in Europe. The question: Will they survive?
- A well-funded R&D program isn't enough. Corporations must invest in business opportunities outside their four walls to accelerate innovation and growth.
- January 1, 2001 by Charles Leadbeater
- October 1, 2000 by David K. HurstA superior swing requires a conscious setup, intuition, adapting to feedback, and ballistic moves. Sounds a lot like leading a complex organization.
- October 1, 2000 by Harold EvansThe risk-takers have always faced Cassandras, the more so in today's cynical media culture. But who's got the last laugh now?
- July 1, 2000 by Glenn RifkinArtificial intelligence research used to focus on teaching machines to think. Until a Belgian MIT professor taught them to shop.
- April 1, 2000 by Jeffrey RothfederThe giant toy retailer missed the Wal-Mart incursion and the Web discontinuity. But with its bricks-and-mortar advantages, it can still fight the e-tail war.
- Division of labor soon will be supplanted by a new paradigm — the reintegration of work.
- October 1, 1999 by Stuart CrainerSaving Big Blue: Leadership Lessons & Turnaround Tactics of IBM'S Lou Gerstner by Robert Slater (304 pages, McGraw-Hill, 1999)
"The Emperor's Nightingale: Restoring the Integrity of the Corporation in the Age of Shareholder Activism," by Robert A.G. MonksJuly 1, 1999 by Deborah L. JacobsThe Emperor's Nightingale: Restoring the Integrity of the Corporation in the Age of Shareholder Activism by Robert A.G. Monks (283 pages, Addison-Wesley, 1998)
- By eliminating expertise-oriented overhead and improving the productivity of knowledge workers, companies can reduce costs significantly.
- October 1, 1998 by Tim Laseter
- July 1, 1998 by Joel Kurtzman
- July 1, 1998 by Jeffrey W. BennettHistory teaches that to get lasting results from a change program, it is vital to begin with a vision of the future and create incentives that motivate people to achieve those ends.
- July 1, 1998 by Barbara Presley NobleKnowledge Works: Managing Intellectual Capital at Toshiba by W. Mark Fruin (267 pages, Oxford University Press, 1997)
- July 1, 1998 by Stuart CrainerBlur: The Speed of Change in the Connected Economy by Stan Davis and Christopher Meyer (265 pages, Addison-Wesley, 1998)
- April 1, 1998 by Arthur M. SchneidermanMany of the problems associated with quality programs are the result of increased complexity. The half-life concept, a new tool, strives to make complexity more manageable. By doing so, learning is accelerated and improvement becomes continuous.
- At the heart of best practice in purchasing is a set of skills. One of the most important is the one that enables managers to understand what determines cost.
- January 1, 1998 by Barbara Presley NobleLeading Corporate Transformation: A Blueprint for Business Renewal by Robert H. Miles (256 pages, Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1997)
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