Planning Review: Volume 12 Issue 4


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The technology factor in corporate planning

Michael E. Brose

Why have U.S. managers failed to incorporate technology into their strategic planning? A major reason is that too many of them are looking at technology through the wrong…

Future search: Innovative business conference

Marvin R. Weisbord

This is the first in a series of how‐to articles for planners written by innovative consultants.

Dofasco's microcomputer decision support system

Paul M. Bellack

Dofasco, Inc., is Canada's second largest fully integrated steel producer. It has an asset base of about $1.5 billion, which generates sales revenues of a similar…

Technology: A challenge to planners

Pier A. Abetti

Technology planning presents a unique challenge to planners. First, because until technology achieves patents and proprietary know how, it offers high risk and low value…


Strategizing for a spectrum of possibilities

Gerard Badler

Establishing planning process that can cope with a variety of futures requires a solid knowledge of universal givens. You need to know how to position a business to be…

Reassure your troops about new marching orders

William Exton

A major petroleum company had grown large and prosperous, absorbed a series of acquisitions, greatly extended both its geographical basis, and its range of activities, and…

The UN as a regulator of private enterprise

Murray L. Weidenbaum

Most businesses still think of the UN as an organization devoted primarily to peacekeeping. There is little awareness of the extent to which the UN has become an economic…



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