2008 Volume 11 Issue 3

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The Book Corner

From The 4-Hour Work Week to The Appreciative Inquiry Handbook, the Book Corner offers faculty reviews of a variety of books on business topics.

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IT-Enabled Information Transparency: A Strategic Approach

IT-Enabled Information Transparency: A Strategic Approach

This article offers foundations and guidelines for sound transparency strategies that are the result of over six years of field observations and empirical research.

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Editorial: The Top 10 Embracements for Difficult Economic Times

Editorial: The Top 10 Embracements for Difficult Economic Times

The times are changing, and they are changing more rapidly than anyone could have forecast. It will be necessary to possess character to cope.

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Servicing the Software Industry (SaaS)

There is something abuzz in the software industry from customers and developers alike and it is called Software as a Service, or SaaS for short.

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Where Do Older Workers Go?

Where Do Older Workers Go?

This article shows how employment options for older workers continue to evolve and public opinions of older workers and their employment options vary substantially by country.

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Creating Wealth in Low Income Communities

Ms. Hogan-Rowles discusses her work with the Community Financial Resource Center and providing economic tools to underserved communities.

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Supplier Diversity and Competitive Advantage: New Opportunities in Emerging Domestic Markets

Minority business start-ups, increased spending power within minority communities, and supplier diversity are creating new opportunities for astute companies to realize first-mover advantages in emerging domestic markets.

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The Last 100 Feet of the Supply Chain

Today, the battleground for maximization of supply chain performance depends largely on execution in the last 100 feet the distance between the receiving docks of a retail store and its customer checkout counters.

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America’s Financial Crisis

On Tuesday, September 30, 2008, members of the Graziadio School community came together from New York to Los Angeles on a conference call to hear about America’s financial crisis from a distinguished panel of professors.

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