- Business transformation is now a continuous process that most companies haven’t mastered. Here’s a formula for managing ongoing change.
- Providing new goods and services to “bottom of the pyramid” customers requires a radical rethinking of product development.
- A review of The Quants, by Scott Patterson.May 25, 2010 by David K. Hurst
- Buying green products can improve one’s reputation among one’s peers.May 21, 2010
- As Shell’s then top U.S. executive traveled the country, he discovered how corporate leaders create their own reputation for arrogance — and lose their chance to deliver the right message.May 3, 2010 by John Hofmeister
- A review of Beating the Commodity Trap, by Richard A. D’Aveni.April 19, 2010 by David K. Hurst
- 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
- Retailers must adapt to the enduring shift in U.S. consumer spending and behavior, according to a new Booz & Company survey of buying habits.
- 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
- Through good governance, oil-exporting countries can shield themselves from the effects of oil-price volatility.February 23, 2010 by Matt Palmquist
- MIT’s theorist of productivity draws a link between innovation in management practice and ongoing prosperity.February 23, 2010 by Art Kleiner
- For global companies, ignoring China is not an option. But they must adapt their strategies to the country’s changing markets, increased competition, and shifting government priorities.February 23, 2010 by Edward Tse
- To avoid swinging between over-exuberance and excessive caution, set a disciplined target for your desired investment outcomes.
- The newest corporate stakeholders — government representatives — must learn to become effective agents for reform.
- Extended warranties are highly profitable for retailers, and a variety of factors influence whether a consumer will purchase one.February 11, 2010
- William Fung, the head of an old and very large Hong Kong trading company, on making and selling products in a vastly altered global landscape.February 3, 2010 by Sheridan Prasso
- 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.
- Executives should track Internet commentary in China to protect their company’s reputation — and market position.December 7, 2009 by Edward Tse
- A leading proponent of natural capital valuation says we can build long-term prosperity by assigning prices to the ecosystems next door.November 24, 2009 by Art Kleiner
- Branding Goes ViralNovember 24, 2009 by Catharine P. Taylor
- Regulations and consumer expectations are changing. The business models, capabilities, and practices of the financial-services industry must change with them.
- Blythe McGarvie, author of Shaking the Globe: Courageous Decision-Making in a Changing World, introduces a lesson in raising the level of corporate discourse from Owning Up: The 14 Questions Every Board Member Needs to Ask, by Ram Charan.September 9, 2009
- Four new strategies offer a path to future profits for today’s troubled newspaper and magazine companies.
- An innovative experiment in Florida shows the potential for more systemic collaboration as the catalyst for lower costs and improved quality.
- Once associated with pirated goods, China’s shan zhai companies have become competitive players, even in mature industries.
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