1998 Volume 1 Issue 3

T.I.P.S.

Eleven points, garnered from innovative organizations, to answer the tough but essential question, “What might help our organization be more innovative?”

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Retirement Call to Action

The responsibility for retirement planning now rests more squarely on the individual than at any other time in recent history.

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The European Directive On Data Privacy

Should the EU conclude that America’s data protections are insufficient, there could be major repercussions for businesses on both sides.

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Editorial

Editor’s Note: Welcome to the GBR, Volume I, Issue 3

Every issue of the GBR is a themed issue: the theme being how can we help practicing managers in their work and life.

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Debt Tied to Lower Firm Performance

The ratio of debt to equity financing was approximately two to one in 1982, but increased to five to one by 1993.

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Conversation with Countrywide Credit Industries’ Angelo Mozilo

A discussion of the innovative approaches used to make Countrywide the largest independent mortgage banking company in the U.S.

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Boosting Country Club Memberships With Innovative Marketing and Pricing Concepts

A case study involving a private country club charged with increasing memberships to cover the cost of opening a second 18-hole golf course.

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