Spring 2000 Issue
SPRING 2000 VOL. 41 · NO. 3 Five Steps to a Dot-Com Strategy: How To Find Your Footing on the Web The Internet changes everything — particularly for companies with brick-and-mortar operations, branded products and services, and traditional supplier and customer relationships. The author addresses five key issues confronting such companies: strategic vision, governance, resource […]
Cutting Your Losses: Extricating Your Organization When a Big Project Goes Awry
Executives can become so wedded to a project, technology or process that they continue with it even when it’s seriously course.
Mark Keil and Ramiro Montealegre
Making Business Sense of Environmental Compliance
Companies lose money because they treat pollution control and plant operations as separate concerns. But it costs less in the long run to make plant managers true partners.
Business Crime: What To Do When the Law Pursues You
U.S. prosecutors are imposing giant fines and imprisoning managers when regulatory compliance problems arise. Know how to protect your company and yourself when a legal crisis hits.
John L. Akula
Attention, Retailers! How Convenient Is Your Convenience Strategy?
Kathleen Seiders, Leonard L. Berry and Larry G. Gresham
Technology Is Not Enough: Improving Performance by Building Organizational Memory
A collective corporate memory can permeate processes, products, services and even distributed digital networks.