- Not all firms deserve financial bailouts, and Chapter 11 proceedings are effective at determining which companies should remain in business.
- Economist Robert Reich believes that the excesses of capitalism have produced a world order in which people feel good as consumers but suffer as citizens.February 17, 2009 by Edward H. Baker
- Marketing expert David Aaker argues that to succeed in today’s global arena, marketers must learn to appeal to consumers whose interests transcend individual products and regions.January 20, 2009 by Edward H. Baker
- To take advantage of market growth in developing countries, U.S. multinationals are turning to non-Americans to head their operations.January 6, 2009 by William J. Holstein
- This year’s annual Booz & Company study of corporate R&D spending reveals, for the first time, where in the world the money is being spent — and why.
- As central figures in mergers and acquisitions, today’s chief financial officers are redefining the practices of their profession.
- Foreign banks can find opportunity in Russia if they are willing to navigate the risks.
- Commercial-software developers can compete with free alternatives if they act with speed and flexibility.October 23, 2008
- Changes in the ways consumers use electricity have spurred the need for a more intelligent way to distribute energy.
- The CEO of Europe’s second-largest utility says that energy companies must adapt in a fast-changing global marketplace.August 26, 2008 by Art Kleiner
- How the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revolutionized the way vaccines are delivered.August 26, 2008 by Michael V. Copeland
- How we built a world-class organic growth engine by investing in people.August 26, 2008 by A.G. Lafley
- To compete in science and technology, a former astronaut says, schools must augment rote learning with exploration and experimentation.August 26, 2008 by Kathryn D. Sullivan
- When an organizational design is working, people feel happy and fulfilled and the business runs smoothly.August 26, 2008 by Brian Dive
- The fundamentals of running an airline don’t necessarily improve with increased market share.July 31, 2008
- Peter Felix, president of the Association of Executive Search Consultants, discusses the new effort by multinationals to hire local executives in foreign locales.July 29, 2008 by William J. Holstein
- To improve employee morale and productivity, increasing compensation may be precisely the wrong tack.June 10, 2008 by John Frehse
- Islamic finance is a a major opportunity for banks.June 10, 2008 by Edward H. Baker
- How governments and private business can foster environmentally sensitive urban planning.
- Consolidation in the increasingly competitive European airline industry has been long delayed, but the wait is coming to an end.
- How John Deere bucked industrial trends to become an international growth star.May 28, 2008 by William J. Holstein
- One of the world’s oldest and most influential management consulting firms is taking on a new identity.May 21, 2008 by Shumeet Banerji
- What can the U.S. do to maintain its competitive position against the E.U. and China? Foreign policy scholar Parag Khanna believes the answer lies right under our noses.May 6, 2008 by Edward H. Baker
- Environmentally friendly countries have a leg up in the competition for international travelers, but sustaining that advantage takes work.
- Multinational companies must respond to China’s rising costs by bringing their own global best practices to its shores.
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