Auto companies that hope to thrive in today’s diverse market will need the flexibility to realign themselves with new vehicle designs, power train alternatives, and primary brands.
- Jay Forrester’s computer models show the nonlinear roots of calamity and reveal the leverage that can help us avoid it.August 26, 2005 by Lawrence M. Fisher
- A Communist car monopoly turned Volkswagen subsidiary is now becoming an entrepreneurial global enterprise.August 26, 2005 by Jonathan Ledgard
- How the world's largest heavy equipment manufacturer rebuilt its organizational DNA.
- Why you should learn to love PowerPoint and the 2x2 matrix.March 1, 2005 by Michael Schrage
- The U.S. dollar has been the world’s main reserve currency since World War II, but this source of stability is becoming more and more dangerous.
- Although the gasoline refining industry seems to have entered a golden age of higher margins, a recent Booz Allen Hamilton study suggests that optimism may be premature.
- The Not-So-Dismal ScienceNovember 30, 2004 by Diane Coyle
- Reconsidering the Boom and the BustNovember 30, 2004 by John R. Patrick
- A strategy+business roundtable on unity, innovation, and growth in the cradle of modernity.November 30, 2004
- Health plans that put consumers in the driver’s seat are the last chance to avoid a government-controlled monopoly.
- Peruvian economist Hernando de Soto has found a way to enrich the poor.June 1, 2004 by Art Kleiner
- On humor’s management power, venture capital in China, media’s influence on business, and other topics of interest.
- The University of Michigan leadership teacher says leadership is about teaching.February 14, 2003 by Randall Rothenberg
- Network Theory’s New MathOctober 16, 2002 by Michael Schrage
- Two Cheers for Free TradeOctober 11, 2002 by Rob Norton
- The world’s economies can grow more secure and more humane if chief executives and boards accept and execute a five-point corporate citizenship agenda.October 11, 2002 by Jeffrey E. Garten
- What Jack Welch Learned from the Prussian Army
- Strategic alliances are more important than ever for Latin American companies that wish to grow and compete in a global marketplace. At the same time, multinational corporations from outside the region in search of their own growth opportunities continue to forge alliances and acquire companies to gain entry into Latin America and other parts of the world.September 11, 2002
- Once used largely for nonessential, tactical activities, partnering now covers core operations, transforming entire industries.
- On university high-tech spin-offs, outsourcing strategy, measuring intellectual capital, and other topics of interest.
- On brand segmentation, oil prices, antitrust policy, and other topics of interest.February 12, 2002 by Martin Morse Wooster
- Jack Welch’s autobiography has plenty of emotion. For introspection, however, consider the new books by Boyle, Coyle, and Tedlow.January 12, 2002 by David K. Hurst
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