- A small Ozarks manufacturer has a message for big companies: Open-book management can increase productivity and release entrepreneurial spirit.
- Anglo-Dutch gurus Fons Trompenaars and Charles Hampden-Turner have become the go-to guys on multinational mergers. Their recipe: making opposites attract.April 1, 2001 by Art Kleiner
- Banks, brokerages, and financial portals are racing to grab a piece of the booming market for aggregation services. Traditional institutions have the lead — but they can't afford complacency.
- January 1, 2001 by Charles Leadbeater
- In this "Age of the Terrific Deal," says the former secretary of labor, innovation is king, but insecurity reigns.October 1, 2000 by Randall Rothenberg
- Consumers have learned in the past few years to buy books over the Internet, computers over the phone and financial products at the supermarket. Coming soon: a new way to buy and sell health-care benefits.
- As product life-cycles become shorter, the ability to innovate becomes a more important factor. But how do you innovate consistently? And how do you manage creative people whose jobs require them to "think differently"? Broderbund shows the way.April 1, 1998 by Glenn Rifkin
- January 1, 1998 by Joel Kurtzman
- Generation X managers are different from those in the baby boom generation. They are more skeptical, cooler and have different values. The way to get this independent group to perform is to make them understand.January 1, 1998 by Jay A. Conger
- Why have family-owned conglomerates founded by ethnic Chinese become key economic factors throughout Asia? The answers are trust and tradition.January 1, 1998 by Murray Weidenbaum
"Inside the Kaisha: Demystifying Japanese Business Behavior" by Noboru Yoshimura and Philip AndersonInside the Kaisha:Demystifying Japanese Business Behavior by Noboru Yoshimura and Philip Anderson (259 pages, Harvard Business School Press, 1997)October 1, 1997 by Barbara Presley Noble
No Hands: The Rise and Fall of the Schwinn Bicycle Company, an American Institution by Judith Crown and Glenn ColemanNo Hands: The Rise and Fall of the Schwinn Bicycle Company, An American Institution by Judith Crown and Glenn Coleman (350 pages, Henry Holt & Company, 1996)July 1, 1997 by Barbara Presley Noble
- Robert J. Thomas, president and chief executive at Nissan, took time out to asses what he knew about the car business and where it is going. The result has been a radical rethinking of the business. Nissan is now in the midst of a major sea of change, entailing an internal shift from a business with a manufacturing mind-set to a marketing-oriented company that puts consumers' needs first.April 1, 1997 by Robert J. Thomas
- George Lucas’ Industrial Light and Magic is the nation’s premier special effects shop with credits that include Star Wars. Part of its phenomenal growth and success stems from the innovative management of its employees — most of whom don’t even know they’re being managed.April 1, 1997 by Lawrence M. Fisher
"Corporate Comeback: The Story of Renewal and Transformation at National Semiconductor" by Robert H. MilesCorporate Comeback: The Story of Renewal and Transformation at National Semiconductor by Robert H. Miles (371 pages, Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1997)October 1, 1996 by Barbara Presley Noble
- January 1, 1996 by Tim Laseter
- The HP Way: How Bill Hewlett and I Built Our Company by David Packard (212 pages, Harper Business, 1995)January 1, 1996 by Robert Cranny
- October 1, 1995 by Joel Kurtzman
- A concept from 1950s psychology can elevate contemporary customer relationship programs.
- Customer-driven product innovation, hidden financial risks, consumer boycotts, and other topics of interest.
- On customer feedback online, vanishing COOs, rebuilding trust, and other topics of interest.
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