2001 Volume 4 Issue 4

Gender Impacts Virtual Work Teams

Gender is among the characteristics associated with diversity and is known to influence team behaviors. Managers must be aware of potential challenges.

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Doing Business in a Volatile World

A roundtable discussion offering insights on professional recovery and revitalization.

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The Strategic Downside of Downsizing

The knowledge that terminated employees take with them may erode competitive advantage.

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Editorial

Editor’s Note: Corporate Citizenship in the Wake of September 11!

An editorial from GBR Editor-in-Chief Charla Griffy-Brown, who notes that, “as a nation we must continue to recover from the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.”

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The Economic Downturn is No Surprise

Understanding economic indicators is essential in business planning.

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IT MATTERS: ROI for Tech Deployments in the Downturn

What criteria should tech managers use to evaluate the ROI for new technology? Recent research by the Delphi Group and others indicates that reduced cycle time, or faster value-chain integration, and increased customer retention are the key metrics. What criteria should tech managers use to evaluate the ROI for new technology? Recent research by the […]

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Supreme Court Faces Key Business Cases

Five Supreme Court cases show potential impact of high court decisions on business.

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Conversation with Michael Josephson

Conversation with Joseph and Edna Josephson Institute of Ethics’ Michael Josephson

An interview with Michael Josephson is one of the nation’s most sought-after ethicists and Linnea McCord, Associate Professor of Business Law at the Graziadio School.

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Are Workplace Bullies Sabotaging Your Ability to Compete?

Innovation, performance, and healthy communication flourish in a “bully-free” environment.

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