Strategy & Leadership: Volume 31 Issue 5


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Management tools survey 2003: usage up as companies strive to make headway in tough times

Darrell Rigby

The annual Bain 2003 global survey of companies finds that managers are using more tools than ever to make headway in tough times. On average, the companies surveyed used 16 tools…


Three keys to groundbreaking growth: a demand innovation strategy, nurturing practices, and a chief growth officer

Adrian Slywotzky, Richard Wise

In the years to come, traditional product‐centered strategies alone won’t create the kind of growth companies desire. An alternative platform for driving significant, sustained…


Interview: Noel M. Tichy explains why the “virtuous teaching cycle” is integral to effective leadership

Robert J. Allio

Noel Tichy, who ran GE’s Leadership Development Center, is currently director of the Global Leadership Program at the University of Michigan’s Business School. His teaching model…


Make alliances, not war, with crusading external stakeholders

Chris Deri

Increasingly, the attitudes of consumers are being shaped by an array of advocacy organizations that research and campaign on various social and political causes collectively…


Pride: a strategic asset

Jon Katzenbach

Every great company is distinguished by special attitudes of its employees. For example, Microsoft, Southwest Airlines, Marriott and other leaders elicit superior commitment from…

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