HOW TO MEET CHINA’S COST INNOVATION CHALLENGE

by , et al.Issue: November / December 2008

As they go global, Chinese companies are challenging conventional business models. This strategy seems to be working…

BUILDING ORGANIZATIONS AROUND THE GLOBAL CUSTOMER

by Issue: September / October 2001

Over the past decade, companies have assigned a higher priority to the customer dimension of their business operations.……

IN CONVERSATION: JEAN MONTY

by Issue: September / October 2001

As recently as five years ago, there were only local and long-distance telephone services. But look at the phone companies……

BP AND PUBLIC ISSUES (MIS)MANAGEMENT

by , et al.Issue: September / October 2010

BP’s horrible missteps after the Deepwater Horizon rig exploded were almost predictable, given the culture of deceit……
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A Recipe for Good Governance

by , et al.Issue: September/October 2017

When it comes to why well-drafted shareholders’ agreements are important, the trials and tribulations of Dare Foods serves as a case in point.

Knowledge Jam: Three disciplines to beat the merger performance odds

by Issue: July / August 2011

Mergers fail for several reasons and one of the most common is the failure of managers to plan how to retain the knowledge……
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Surviving Big Data’s Zombie Apocalypse

by Issue: May/June 2021

With the rising popularity of anti-social “oppositional marketing,” big-data platforms are on a collision course with privacy regulators.

Crowdfunding: The disruptor’s disruptor

by Issue: July / August 2013

While start-ups conceived in the garage or kitchen may have no shortage of good ideas they definitely – and usually…

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