Planning Review: Volume 9 Issue 5
Table of contents
EditorialWilliam F. Davis
Planning Review reported recently that 90% of American companies have failed in implementing effective corporate strategies. The causes of failure are no doubt manifold…
Strategic planning in the 1980's — coping with complex external forcesW. Harvey Hegarty
The demands placed on the business community from the external environment during the past decade have already become legendary. Increased government controls have taken…
Expensive petroleum: A blessing in disguiseAndré van Dam
This article submits an energy scenario for the period 1985–1995, in which expensive petroleum is a blessing in disguise.
Private initiative in public issuesDonald J. de la Pena
Corporate America is becoming more involved in solving urban problems as transportation, housing, energy and other public problems are hurting job creation, productivity…
Toward a Buddhist economicsGlen Alexandrin
Buddhist economics is an effort to return human values to economic activity in pursuit of maximum long‐run benefit to society.
10 essential features of a first‐rate strategic planning systemGeorge A. Steiner
The system is inextricably interwoven into the entire process of management.
Manpower planning: An alternative to muddling throughHarry Pilkington
Corporate planning has been in vogue for twenty years and, as with many activities in large organizations, it is performed with varying degrees of effectiveness. Manpower…