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Archives by year:
- October 1, 2001
- October 1, 2001The Cobra and the Treasure Chest: Four Perspectives on Globalism
- October 1, 2001Election reform in the U.S. is the ultimate change-management project. One principle must guide it: Treat voters like customers.
- July 1, 2001On brand communities, European unions, economic forecasting tools, and other topics of interest.
- July 1, 2001Silicon Valley still dominates the technology map, but European high-tech clusters are closing in.
- July 1, 2001Corporate training doesn't have to be dull. Game-based learning lets you play your way to smarter business.
- July 1, 2001
- April 1, 2001European companies lag behind U.S. corporations in starting new businesses. A few best-practice companies show how the continent can compete.
- April 1, 2001Anglo-Dutch gurus Fons Trompenaars and Charles Hampden-Turner have become the go-to guys on multinational mergers. Their recipe: making opposites attract.
- April 1, 2001From a 1950s-style geographic-function matrix to a 21st-century customer-centered enterprise: the anatomy of a strategy-based transformation.
- April 1, 2001On technological obsolescence, Russian business, banking rules, and other topics of interest.
- April 1, 2001From Iran to Indonesia, opportunity awaits. But you’ve got to know the territory.
- April 1, 2001For the pioneering U.K. startup, clicks without bricks and building share without care led to a first-mover disadvantage.
- April 1, 2001Italy has worked hard to modernize its economy, but still lags in reforming labor markets, financial systems, and education. Will the nation push ahead, or hang on to the status quo?
- April 1, 2001The European Union is emerging as a formidable competitor among world economies, thanks to an aptitude for cross-border management and an ease with cultural diversity.
- January 1, 2001Twinning Network, Chairman
- January 1, 2001Cisneros Groups of Companies, Chairman and CEO
- January 1, 2001Once the preserve of Silicon Valley, Internet incubators are now rapidly expanding in Europe. The question: Will they survive?