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GE's Work‐Out process enables a kind of communication that's often missing in large, complex, global organizations.
Why do respected planners so often fail to predict seismic events? Here are some reasons, and a better way to plan: scenario planning.
As Ben Franklin sald, We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately.
Game Theory has become an integral part of the business school curriculum, but the popular business press ignores it. Here's a crash course.
How employees react to layoffs after a divestiture depend on how they perceive the fairness of the deal.
Approach knowledge management one business process at a time.
Here's an approach to implementing a new system gradually so it won't be a shock to the organization.
Learn these lessons about how bankrupt companies turn themselves around before you're anywhere near the brink.
A strategy that doesn't fit the organizational culture will fail in the long term—and too many CEOs don't understand their own firms' cultures.
Successful leaders can recognize and handle the reality of random and chaotic influences that send others headlong into disaster.
Here's how the new president of the fictional Alpine Corp. changed his corporate culture and forged a unified, effective senior management team.
Most tech companies place more emphasis on the operational aspects of their supply chain than on the overall strategy that governs them.
Brand metrics are more than just a vehicle to gauge success. They are a vehicle to guide success.
Enhance your database marketing by incorporating insight into why customers behave as they do and how you can influence that behavior.
Develop an “experience” brand that takes missions out of boardrooms and puts them into the hands of front‐line employees.