2003 Volume 6 Issue 1

Communicating Your Strategy

The best strategic plans in the world are not likely to be successful if they are not effectively communicated to those who must implement them: the employees.

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Reforming Corporate America

The new law seeks to require greater accountability by management and boards in the reporting of financial data. Will it be enough?

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Recognize the True Cost of Compensation

Compensation options are a cost to the firm and need to be expensed if financial statements are to reflect the true value of the firm.

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Learn from Experience

The transfer of tacit knowledge is important in creating a company culture, including the ethical dimension.

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Use Emotional Intelligence to Cope in Tough Times

Managers who use emotional intelligence can ameliorate job insecurity and help to reframe the situation so that it positively impacts employee performance.

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Conversation with Lacy Edwards of Evoke Software

Conversation with Evoke Software’s Lacy Edwards

Professor Chuck Morrissey interviews successful software entrepreneur Lacy Edwards about entrepreneurship and venture capital.

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Editorial

Editorial

Sometimes knowledge can help you avoid “things that go bump in the night.”

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Predicting Bankruptcy in the WorldCom Age

Knowing how to determine the credit-worthiness of your customers may help save your business.

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