Journal of Business Strategy: Volume 23 Issue 3

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Table of contents

SHORT TAKES

More and more major companies are using the Web to push their brands, but many have faced serious problems in organizing their e‐business efforts, according to The Conference…

CLIPPINGS

What is missing from many people's work lives is any kind of personal appreciation or recognition. This is as true of senior people as it is of juniors. Managers often fall into…

Real‐Time Strategy: Compensating for the Zero Sweet Spot

Richard W. Oliver

In recent years, a great number of CEOs have discovered that their company's overall strategy and its information technology strategy are becoming more and more synchronous. For…

Advertising: The Future of Online Advertising

Rich Gotham

In many ways, 2001 marked the end of the beginning for the commercial Web, just as it celebrated its seventh birthday last fall with the anniversary of the first banner ad, which…

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Mobile Computing: Rehearsing Your High Wireless Act

Todd R. Ellermann

Wireless. It's being touted as the next big wave, and, given the buzz, it's a tsunami. According to the latest reports, mobile devices are set to invade corporate infrastructure…

INCUBATING INNOVATION

Craig Hickman, Christopher Raia

Companies must leverage the full spectrum of innovation, from the incremental to the revolutionary.

STRATEGIES FOR MARKET DISRUPTIONS

Reid M. Watts

Developing the next new product or service yourself may not be the right strategy.

INCUBATORS: THERE AND BACK

Barbara Finer, Phil Holberton

Good ideas don't always translate into profits, as the experience of for‐profit Incubators shows.

HELPING KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT BE ALL IT CAN BE

Mark Horwitch, Robert Armacost

Businesses have had a rough time marshalling what they know into systems that help cut costs and boost profits—and they've had only themselves to blame. But new lessons from the…

PUTTING SUCCESS INTO YOUR SUCCESSION PLANNING

William J. Rothwell

Succession planning is more than knowing who will take the reins if the corporate jet crashes tomorrow. It's about growing your own talent to ensure your company's future over the…

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Realizing the Promise of PARTNERSHIPS

Nancy J. Kaplan, Jonathan Hurd

Many partnerships end badly. It doesn't have to be that way.

Stack Attack: In Search of the Ultimate Catalyst

Bristol Lane Voss

Both the simple paramecium slogging through the swamp and the business executive struggling through the economic doldrums of 2002 are on their own. There's no guarantee that…

The Last Word: Knowledge

A little knowledge may or may not be a dangerous thing; complete ignorance can be fatal.

Cover of Journal of Business Strategy

ISSN:

0275-6668

Renamed from:

Business Strategy Series

Online date, start – end:

1980

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Ms Nanci Healy