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HARNESSING THE POWER OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

by Issue: March / April 2001

“I don’t think necessity is the mother of invention. Invention, in my opinion, arises directly from idleness, possibly……

STRATEGIC FLEXIBILITY – THE KEY TO GROWTH

by , et al.Issue: March / April 2001

Distilled into its simplest form, strategy consists of creating a unique, valuable and defensible offer which addresses……

INSURING THE BRAND

by Issue: March / April 2001

Brands have always had value, but now more than ever, businesses are recognizing the impact of brands and other intangible……

MANAGING IN THE NEW ECONOMY: EVOLUTION OR REVOLUTION?

by Issue: March / April 2001

What constitutes proper management practice has been—and always will be—a work in progress. Until now, that practice……

HEADSTART: ADVISORY BOARDS IN LARGER COMPANIES

by Issue: November / December 2000

Advisory boards play a key role in good corporate governance, and as the author points out, they offer advantages and…

ENTREPRENEURS: WHAT IS THE STUFF OF AN ENTREPRENEUR?

by , et al.Issue: November / December 2000

Entrepreneurs are widely perceived as having been superb students, athletes and simply outstanding in almost every aspect.……

IN CONVERSATION: PAUL MARTIN

by Issue: November / December 2000

In a wide-ranging interview, one of Canada's most respected political figures offers his views on third-world debt forgiveness,……

PROSPERITY OR THE POORHOUSE?

by Issue: November / December 2000

The revolution in technology and the boom in global investing may be very real, but they can create false hopes and…

THE E-VOLVING ORGANIZATION

by Issue: November / December 2000

As many managers know, there is no such thing as a cultural transplant, especially as an organization moves from the…

FINDING YOUR WAY THROUGH THE JUNGLE

by , et al.Issue: November / December 2000

The shortest distance in the supply chain today is no longer along a straight line. In fact, say the authors, suppliers……

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