- A review of The Management Myth: Why the Experts Keep Getting It Wrong, by Matthew Stewart.
- February 23, 2010 by Art KleinerMIT’s theorist of productivity draws a link between innovation in management practice and ongoing prosperity.
- February 23, 2010 by Edward TseFor 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.
- The newest corporate stakeholders — government representatives — must learn to become effective agents for reform.
- When the head of a division had an impossible target to meet, the only way forward was through a constructive battle between allies.
- December 15, 2009 by William J. HolsteinWith industries contracting and jobless rates among manufacturing workers skyrocketing, community colleges have become the new home of retraining programs.
- December 2, 2009Walter Kiechel III, author of The Lords of Strategy: The Secret Intellectual History of the New Corporate World (forthcoming, March 2010), introduces an excerpt from Managing by Henry Mintzberg that proposes a more organic view of managers and their work.
- November 24, 2009 by Matt PalmquistEmotions can get in the way of rational decision making. Anger, in particular, can make employees increase their commitment to a failing plan.
- November 24, 2009 by Steven LevyDisruption 2.0
- November 24, 2009 by Lawrence M. FisherHaving moved from political prisoner to cognitive scientist to Chilean senator, this uncompromising philosopher of communication is now educating business leaders for the world of social media.
- November 24, 2009 by Andrew SobelThe U.S. military’s elite training programs offer a model for the strategic deployment of human capital and for building effective teams.
- November 16, 2009 by Mia de KuijperTwelve strategies to shape a company’s destiny.
- September 9, 2009Blythe 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.
- August 27, 2009 by Geoffrey JamesThe Internet, technology, and globalization have changed this age-old game for good.
- Any company that competes on the global stage must, in light of today’s changing workforce, rethink the way it manages people.
- Amid layoffs and restructuring, many companies are rethinking, not discarding, their efforts to build worker capabilities.
- August 25, 2009 by Bruce Feirstein
- June 25, 2009By embracing the principles of lean manufacturing, Wipro Technologies learned how best to complete software projects.
- Smart hiring strategies can contribute to higher sales.
- May 7, 2009Videoconferencing technology can affect the way employees interpret information and make judgments.
- April 21, 2009 by Rita J. KingSlowly, companies are leaving the physical world behind to cut costs, improve communication, and find new ways to collaborate.
- April 9, 2009Hiring managers may place too much value on prior experience as a predictor of future success.
- February 24, 2009 by Kenneth RomanThe legendary advertising innovator David Ogilvy created an enduring organization using culture, integrity, and charm.
- A new study measures how businesses could survive economic disruption in the event of a pandemic.
- January 6, 2009 by William J. HolsteinTo take advantage of market growth in developing countries, U.S. multinationals are turning to non-Americans to head their operations.
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