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LEVERAGING THE POWER AND VALUE OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

by Issue: July / August 2001

Intellectual property, from concepts to patents, is quickly emerging to have a growing impact on mainstream business…

ENSURING THE SUCCESSFUL PRIVATIZATION OF ONTARIO HYDRO

by , et al.Issue: July / August 2001

The road to privatization is a road travelled frequently these days, but as cases in jurisdictions such as California…

STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR INTERNET OPPORTUNITIES

by Issue: July / August 2001

Any plan to exploit the Web must address five key questions. The questions include determining which Web functionalities……

ACCOUNTING FOR STOCK-BASED COMPENSATION: AS EASY AS SFAS 123

by , et al.Issue: July / August 2001

Granting stock options is one of the most popular, and perhaps controversial, ways of attracting and retaining key employees,……

MANAGEMENT AND LITERATURE: TWO BOOKS THAT SHOW THE WAY

by Issue: July / August 2001

As this Ivey Business Journal regular contributor points out, "the difference between success and failure is marginal,……

LEADING THE REVOLUTION: GARY HAMEL

by Issue: July / August 2001

Convention and tradition may still have their (smaller) place in organizations today, but not in the company envisioned……

IN CONVERSATION: WARREN BENNIS

by Issue: May / June 2001

Warren Bennis is one of the world’s pre-eminent thinkers and authorities on leadership. A distinguished academic,…

BUILDING LEADERS AT EVERY LEVEL: A LEADERSHIP PIPELINE

by , et al.Issue: May / June 2001

A CRISIS IN LEADERSHIP Over the past several years, the swift, and most often forced, depart u res of CEOs have become……

CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT: FROM CONFLICT TO COLLABORATION

by Issue: May / June 2001

The essence of a business relationship is collaboration, which might be thought of as the ability of more than one person……

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