- As companies request more personal data from their website visitors, people become increasingly protective of the information they share.
- Predictably, one result of the economic crisis is the cry for a new style of leadership. In thinking about what qualities are needed as we move forward, it’s helpful to consider where we’ve been and what the times will require from the next generation of leaders.November 16, 2009 by Richard Rawlinson
- Government leaders are designing the next regulatory regime for banks; their answers to four basic questions will determine how well it works.
- Any company that competes on the global stage must, in light of today’s changing workforce, rethink the way it manages people.
- Companies like IBM and P&G have prospered by opening their borders, but there are cautionary lessons from the quality movement of the 1980s.August 27, 2009 by Andrea Gabor
- Engendering knowledge and respect of other cultures has become increasingly crucial to ensuring trust among employees in global organizations.August 6, 2009
- Employees who feel trusted by their managers are more productive than those who do not.June 18, 2009
- Inspirational leaders can foster commitment and enthusiasm among employees who are spread across the globe.June 4, 2009
- A review of But Wait...There’s More! by Remy Stern.May 26, 2009 by David K. Hurst
- Most consumer brands are not creating value. The exceptions share a set of “energized” attributes that companies can identify and exploit.
- Why people contribute to collaborative projects and what companies stand to gain from understanding their motivations.May 21, 2009
- The practice of assigning letter grades to jobs has had perverse consequences. Aligning jobs with accountability is a much better idea.April 14, 2009 by Brian Dive
- Why some strategic alliances fail to meet expectations.April 2, 2009
- For broadband service providers — and the Internet in general — “digital confidence” pays off.
- As central figures in mergers and acquisitions, today’s chief financial officers are redefining the practices of their profession.
- Harvard Business School Professor John Kotter on why urgency in the face of change matters — right now.August 19, 2008 by Edward H. Baker
- Many unconventional marketing practices are not yet governed by clear rules regarding ethics, but they should be.June 12, 2008
- If we hate it so much, why do we all use it?March 4, 2008 by Gwen Moran
- How the U.S. Army has transformed its approach to sharing knowledge, and what businesses can learn from it.
- The advantages and disadvantages of cloud computing for corporations.
- Service industries -- including financial services, health care, utilities, and telecom -- have access to vast consumer data, but lack the tools that most consumer goods companies use to understand customer behavior.
Planners, Shoppers, Contenders, and Cavaliers: How Consumerism Is Changing the Health Insurance IndustryDavid Cordani, president of CIGNA HealthCare, describes how his company is responding as individuals take control of their medical benefits.March 27, 2007 by David Knott
- A robust retail market is emerging from the ashes of the current health-care system.
- The financial industry lags others in making the connection between marketing investments and returns. Three analytical tools can help financial-services companies develop the capability to see more clearly.
- November 30, 2006 by Bruce Feirstein
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