- How the railroad industry is reinventing itself as a customer-conscious business.
- Surrounded by tension and unnoticed by many observers, the nations of the Middle East are building their own kind of sustainable prosperity.
- How to discover the dormant vitality in an old product line.
- New technologies can help the oil industry manage a shrinking labor force and rising demand.
- Winning over the travelers of the future will require technologies that, like human travel agents, can segment customers accurately and give them what they want.
- People tend to misjudge precise prices as being less than round prices of similar value. This discovery could have significant implications for buyers, sellers, and pricing strategists in any number of industries.January 31, 2008
- The stakeholder system is better for almost everyone — employees, suppliers, and shareholders — but worse for consumers, who get stuck paying higher prices.January 10, 2008
- When it comes time to cut costs again, look past the traditional structural approaches to the company’s DNA.
- As nuclear energy becomes a viable alternative to carbon-based fuels, security is a vital concern. Here’s how private markets might be able to help.
- How a supply chain transformation helped put the beloved toymaker back together again.
- With “shelf-centered collaboration,” manufacturers and retailers can finally put the right product on the right shelf at the right time for the right consumer.
- Firsthand observation on the front lines can offer the critical insights that make for inspired — and inspiring — leadership.
- A novel proposition for saving driest Africa from total collapse.August 14, 2007 by Jonathan Ledgard
Planners, Shoppers, Contenders, and Cavaliers: How Consumerism Is Changing the Health Insurance IndustryDavid Cordani, president of CIGNA HealthCare, describes how his company is responding as individuals take control of their medical benefits.March 27, 2007 by David Knott
- High-multiple acquisition targets can be the best bargains.March 13, 2007 by Justin Pettit
- What the apparel industry has gained in scale and scope over the past few decades it has lost in agility and speed. A new kind of product segmentation keeps painful trade-offs to a minimum.
- Eight books about the health-care system diagnose its problems and offer solutions.
- Yale professor Barry Nalebuff brought game theory from the ivory tower to the executive suite — and to his own thriving company, Honest Tea.February 28, 2007 by Michael V. Copeland
- A robust retail market is emerging from the ashes of the current health-care system.
- To understand the life cycle of an emerging market, learn to decode its consumer products.
- The world’s urban infrastructure needs a $40 trillion makeover. Here’s how to reinvigorate our electricity, water, and transportation systems by integrating finance, governance, technology, and design.
- Just when the need for excess cash has decreased, companies are hoarding capital instead of putting it to good use.February 28, 2007 by Justin Pettit
- What’s a Hero, Anyway?November 30, 2006 by James O'Toole
- Art, Science, and Wisdom, or the Logic of LeverageNovember 30, 2006 by Nikos Mourkogiannis
- Eskom, Africa’s largest electric company, has shown the world how to combine social leadership and business success.November 30, 2006 by Ann Graham
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