- Emerging economies that open their markets to foreign capital investment can expect growth in manufacturing productivity and workers’ wages.
- A survey of automakers and their suppliers unearths the management prerequisites for working together profitably.
- November 25, 2008 by Marc LevinsonAsia As It Is
- November 25, 2008 by Phil RosenzweigFast Competition and Flat Denial
- November 25, 2008 by Sally HelgesenTo help corporations create knowledge more consciously, the author of Managing Flow draws on Western and Eastern philosophic traditions.
- IT departments can generate understanding of the impact of products on the environment.
- For the past five years, foreign direct investment in Vietnam has surged, which has brought good news and bad to the country.
- November 18, 2008 by William J. HolsteinBeijing is mandating an increase in home-grown R&D, but Chinese companies face long odds in meeting international standards of innovation.
- The business press is touting a return of offshored jobs to the U.S. — but we’re not buying it.
- Structural shifts in the Asian giant’s economy are forcing companies to adopt deeper and more personal strategies for supplier relationships.
- October 7, 2008 by Christopher GilibertiEvidence from innovation theory and auto-industry history suggests that the market share for hybrids is about to accelerate sharply.
- As the difficult economy causes consumers to trade down in their purchases, companies need to adjust their offerings to their customers’ new behavior.
- Economies that depend primarily on a single resource are exposed to ongoing shocks, but an export-based diversification strategy can alleviate the tremors.
- August 26, 2008 by Lawrence M. FisherThe author of Emotional Intelligence says business leaders will need greater interpersonal awareness in an era of corporate transparency.
- To succeed in a mature industry like consumer products, the trick isn’t being first — it’s being hard to copy.
- With the right kind of organization, you can expand while cutting costs.
- Competitive companies from emerging economies are vying on the same level in mergers with the most powerful corporations in the West.
- August 12, 2008 by Jeffrey RothfederNo longer the tech darling, RFID is slowly reemerging as a valuable way to monitor small pieces of big supply chains.
- July 22, 2008 by William J. HolsteinExtending supply chains to low-cost nations may make economic sense, but disruptions from natural catastrophes can drown the gains.
- July 8, 2008 by Brendan VaughanTo do business in China, companies can no longer ignore their effect on the country’s water and air.
- July 1, 2008 by Gwen MoranCommunity college partnerships are training workers with made-to-order skills.
- June 24, 2008 by William J. HolsteinFacing mounting competitive pressure, India’s biggest firms are reshaping themselves as multinationals.
- Effective product innovation depends on fast access to critical design and engineering data. At Whirlpool, the challenge turns out to be as much human as it is technological.
- June 10, 2008 by Jeffrey RothfederThe lean process expert explains why it’s so hard to emulate Toyota.
- June 10, 2008 by Mary C. GentileIn a world that requires business leaders to address the concerns of all their stakeholders, we must reshape management education to be both practical and aspirational.
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