Planning Review: Volume 19 Issue 6
Table of contents
Knowledge workers: The last bastion of competitive advantageKathryn Rudie Harrigan, Gaurav Dalmia
Who are your knowledge workers ? Do they know things that you don't?
Southwest Industries: Creating high‐performance teams for high‐technology productionRon M. Robinson, Sharon L. Oswald, Kerry S. Swinehart, Jeffrey Thomas
To make better use of its human resource assets, this aerospace company embarked on a major reorganization of operations and introduced the concept of autonomous work teams.
Linking compensation to knowledge will pay off in the 1990sMichael White
Two innovative skill‐based pay systems could better motivate knowledge workers to achieve strategic goals.
Nurturing strategic coherencyStephanie Newport, Gregory G. Dess, Abdul M.A. Rasheed
Managers need to be sensitized to the undesirable consequences of implementing plans that contain incongruent elements.
U.S. memories: The secrets of successful competitive analysisSaul J. Berman
Competitor analysis can draw a realistic competitive picture of the present, and use that picture to understand the most likely makeup of the future.