- Economic recovery in China, India, and elsewhere in the region could be the strongest source of sustained global growth for years to come.
- This bedrock U.S. manufacturing sector is facing consolidation, further cutbacks, and renewal.
- Booz & Company’s annual study of the world’s biggest corporate R&D spenders finds that most companies have stuck with their innovation programs despite the recession — and many are boosting spending to compete more effectively in the upturn.
- To reduce expenses for the long term and lead the way to recovery, start by taking a strategic view of your capabilities.
- August 27, 2009 by David K. HurstA review of Why GM Matters, by William J. Holstein.
- August 27, 2009 by Geoffrey JamesThe Internet, technology, and globalization have changed this age-old game for good.
- August 27, 2009 by Andrea GaborCompanies like IBM and P&G have prospered by opening their borders, but there are cautionary lessons from the quality movement of the 1980s.
- Once associated with pirated goods, China’s shan zhai companies have become competitive players, even in mature industries.
- June 25, 2009By embracing the principles of lean manufacturing, Wipro Technologies learned how best to complete software projects.
- June 16, 2009 by William J. HolsteinThe CEO of Applied Materials offers a road map for the adoption of solar energy technologies in the United States.
- June 11, 2009In just a few decades, Chinese companies have evolved into international conglomerates capable of competing at the highest levels.
- May 26, 2009 by Art KleinerA long-standing champion of high-tech innovation foresees a fundamental shift toward more transparent institutions and a more relationship-driven economy.
- Even as they struggle through the economic meltdown, vehicle makers can look ahead to a high-growth, flexible, global future.
- Strategies to improve working capital deficiencies and unearth excess cash from corporate balance sheets.
- May 26, 2009 by William J. HolsteinLenovo’s ill-fated ambitions reveal the difficulties China faces in developing and managing innovative global corporations.
- May 14, 2009Investing abroad can lead to an increase in domestic spending on R&D and salaries.
- Even in the face of the economic downturn, a survey finds that multinationals in China are upgrading their mainland operations and encouraging the government to improve the education and productivity of Chinese workers.
- February 24, 2009 by Richard Rawlinson
- February 24, 2009 by Ann GrahamA molecular biologist and entrepreneur sees green as the next wave of the genomic revolution.
- The right question to consider now is how best to pursue the two countries together.
- February 12, 2009Reducing head count may seem like a quick way to cut costs, but it can also reduce overall profitability.
- February 3, 2009 by William J. HolsteinThe advent of environmentally friendly automobiles is jump-starting a global battle over battery technology.
- Faced with plummeting demand, automakers should make vehicles with features that match customer preferences.
- Global companies today can learn from the Japanese enterprises that thrived during the country’s “lost decade.”
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