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Wanted: Innovative Management for the Big Three

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Michael Cusumano, a professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management who has studied the automotive industry, thinks a bailout is not what the automotive companies need.

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Innovations, good and bad

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As he analyzed the financial crisis for Newsweek, Johns Hopkins professor Francis Fukuyama contrasted Silicon-Valley-style technological innovation and financial innovation. Supporters of financial regulation, Fukuyama wrote, had
argued that long-standing regulations like the Depression-era Glass-Steagall Act (which split up commercial and investment banking) were stifling innovation and undermining the competitiveness of U.S. financial institutions.

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Mintzberg Predicted a Crisis in U.S. Economy

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Score one for Henry Mintzberg, the well-known management scholar and professor at McGill University. In an essay that has been posted on his website since 2007 but that now seems eerily prescient, Mintzberg predicted that 2008 would see a substantial downturn in the U.S. economy.

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Lessons from the Japanese financial crisis

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As Wall Street staggered this week in the wake of Lehman Brothers' Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing and the sale of Merrill Lynch, commentators began making inevitable comparisons to Japan's long-lasting financial and real-estate crisis in the 1990s. "Is Wall Street's Crisis Turning Japanese?" Forbes.com asked.

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