Strategy & Leadership: Volume 25 Issue 6


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Strategy in the new economy

Don Tapscott

The dog days for strategists are coming to an end. The rule of reengineering as the main tool for improving corporate performance and competitiveness is in its final death…

An economy turn on its head: Why you must be “knowledge‐based” to compete in today's world (and what that means)

Stan Davis, Christopher Meyer

The business world is all in a lather right now about knowledge. The knowledge of the organization and how to manage it is the talk of the moment. It's the subject of…

Strategies for success in the new global economy: An interview with Rosabeth Moss Kanter

Rosabeth Moss Kanter

This interview is drawn from highlights of Dr. Kanter's outstanding keynote presentation at the 1997 International Strategic Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C.

Co‐opetition: Competitive and cooperative business strategies for the digital economy

Barry J. Nalebuff, Adam M. Brandenburger

The words we use influence how we think. For example, when we think about business, most of us would probably say “Business is War.” A company has to capture J the…

Knowing the players

In the game of business, we sometimes list players as customers, suppliers, and competitors. Then there's the government, which often pulls strings from behind the scenes…

Supercomputers: Enhance strategic decision‐making: An interview with Richard J. Pryor

Approaching a broad spectrum of problems also helps us to attract the best talent and develop our computers to be most useful for both governmental and commercial…

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