Volume 42, Issue #3
Spring 2001 Issue
SPRING 2001 VOL. 42 · NO. 3 What’s Wrong With Management Practices in Silicon Valley? A Lot. To prevent high turnover, burnout and loss of employee commitment, learn to avoid four practices that are undermining some high-profile companies.[gate_icon post_id=”3258″] By Jeffrey Pfeffer A Moving Target: The Mobile-Commerce Customer The race for dominance in mobile commerce […]
The Power of Strategic Integration
Robert A. Burgelman and Yves L. Doz
Linking Actions to Profits in Strategic Decision Making
Marc J. Epstein and Robert A. Westbrook
Decision Making: It’s Not What You Think
Henry Mintzberg and Frances Westley
Six Chasms in Need of Crossing
The Limits of Mass Customization
Pathways to E-Business Leadership: Getting From Bricks to Clicks
Leslie P. Willcocks and Robert Plant
Driving Organizational Change in the Midst of Crisis
John S. Carroll and Sachi Hatakenaka
The Hidden Costs of IT Outsourcing
Strategies to tackle some of the overlooked costs of outsourcing.
Why Computer Users Accept New Systems
Why Debt Can Hurt Corporate Growth
Dun Gifford, Jr.
Searching for Search Costs
Recent studies suggest that the Internet’s impact on pricing has been less dramatic than feared.
The Offline Impact of Online Prices
The Perils of Trusting Too Much
Katherine J. Sweetman
The Path to More, Better, Faster
Integrating design and manufacturing helps, but only if the fit is right.