Planning Review: Volume 4 Issue 5


Table of contents

Pinning the blame for strategy failures on the CEO

Melvin E. Salveson

Company presidents frequently have short memories, if we judge by their annual report messages. All too often a project touted in the Message from the President one year…

The thinking man's inventory of natural resources

James R. Collier

To the world at large, the problems of energy supply and demand have tended to obscure the need to focus attention on what is happening in the nonfuel minerals area. But…

Forecasting for planning: Time series analysis

John C. Chambers, Satinder K. Mullick

Planning is concerned primarily with developing strategies that will achieve a desired future. Accordingly, planners frequently prefer to give relatively little attention…

An administrator's manual of planning

Finn E. Jerstad

Although there is no shortage of literature on subjects dealing with the content of plans, little has been written about those issues which are of more direct interest to…

National planning for goals, not plans

George C. Sawyer

It is easy to generate enthusiasm these days for consideration of national planning and national plans. In an era of increasing complexity and interdependence of the…


Report card for planners

Harold W. Henry

Corporations are continually under pressure to improve performance. Many different indexes are used to evaluate performance by various groups with legitimate concerns;…

No curfew on planning

What New York needs now, in addition to money, is planning in the broadest possible sense. A growing attitude that this is something for more halcyon times misunderstands…

Briefing line executives about strategic planning

Sylvia Thaler

How does a corporate planner respond when line executives show an interest in information concerning strategic planning? It is not necessary to employ a team of creative…



Renamed to:

Strategy & Leadership

Online date, start – end:

1975 – 1996

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Emerald Publishing Limited