- If nuclear energy represents a genuine way to deal with climate change, let’s test it through a massive joint project involving the U.S., Japan, France, and China.
- What were the most daunting challenges confronting New Orleans business owners in the wake of Hurricane Katrina?October 15, 2009
- If Middle East countries use lower oil prices as an excuse to neglect development of roads, bridges, and power lines, their bright future could be stymied before it begins.
- Aiming for more diversity in management staff? Blur the lines between job boundaries, and encourage self-directed work teams.September 10, 2009
- 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
- Eleven of the top leaders from the largest food and beverage company in the U.S. talk about their three-year turnaround and their campaign to reorganize for growth.
- Once associated with pirated goods, China’s shan zhai companies have become competitive players, even in mature industries.
- Neuroscience research is revealing the social nature of the high-performance workplace.August 27, 2009 by David Rock
- A cap and trade system for storing radioactive waste may be the best means to wake up a critical but moribund industry.August 4, 2009 by Noam Neusner
- Ten-year-old Cricket Communications found that even the oft overlooked supply chain can be a lucrative target for innovation.
- By weighing the advantages of pricing discounts against the costs of a supplier failure, companies can determine how many suppliers they need.July 2, 2009
- A review of But Wait...There’s More! by Remy Stern.May 26, 2009 by David K. Hurst
- A connoisseur of corporate histories conducts a guided tour of the favorites in his collection.May 26, 2009 by Milton Moskowitz
- The management author and former CEO of Intel Israel on the need to do the unexpected and attempt the impossible.May 26, 2009 by Paula Margulies
- Mergers and acquisitions are becoming more critical — and more perilous — than ever. You can build your capabilities, even in the midst of turmoil.
- Most consumer brands are not creating value. The exceptions share a set of “energized” attributes that companies can identify and exploit.
- Even as they struggle through the economic meltdown, vehicle makers can look ahead to a high-growth, flexible, global future.
- In their quest to build sustainable economies, the Gulf states of the Middle East are learning to manage opposing forces.
- Companies and industries are often driven by implicit formulas. Questioning their validity can lead to breakthroughs.
- The information systems group at Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc. has moved from an "order-taker" role to "next-generation demand management” in an effort to meet overall corporate needs.May 26, 2009 by Barbra Cooper
- Lenovo’s ill-fated ambitions reveal the difficulties China faces in developing and managing innovative global corporations.May 26, 2009 by William J. Holstein
- A survey finds that information technology is a neglected asset in joint ventures, leading to disturbing results.
- Even in an era when you can “Google” just about anything, many libraries have remained as vibrant, dynamic, and popular as ever. They’re staying that way by redefining the business they’re in.
- Emerging alternatives to the shareholder-centric model could help companies avoid ethical mishaps and contribute more to the world at large.February 24, 2009 by Marjorie Kelly
- For broadband service providers — and the Internet in general — “digital confidence” pays off.
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