Planning Review: Volume 13 Issue 2


Table of contents

Amazing Grace

J. Peter Grace was interviewed in September at his company headquarters in New York by PR's editors Robert J. Allio and Robert M. Randall. The questions were selected from…

Bankruptcy as a business strategy: The Manville Experience

Marcia Bishop

In 1982, three solvent companies filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 11 of the United States Code Bankruptcy to halt an onslaught of asbestos‐related lawsuits. These…

Milestones for managing technological innovation

Pier A. Abetti

The process of technological innovation must be planned and managed to improve the pay‐off for the firm, and to reduce the relatively high risk of failure—nine out often…

The outrigger principle: A new communications model for top management

André J. Tasso

What could the productivity of Japanese industry, the political stability of the kingdom of Jordan, and the rapid financial recovery of a French Canadian daily newspaper…

Stock price: Strategies to mobilize undervalued assets

Donald W. Mitchell, Marc L. Bernstein

A majority of the country's top executives believe their companies are undervalued by the equity markets, according to a recent Louis Harris and Associates, Inc., survey…

Shooting stars in the land of the rising sun

Kenichi Ohmae

Six clear, definable revolutions are now taking place simultaneously in Japan. •

Long‐range planning of corporate research and development

Eliezer Geisler, Albert H. Rubenstein

Corporate research and development should be an integral part of a company's strategy to innovate and to maintain technical and scientific support for its business…



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Strategy & Leadership

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1975 – 1996

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