The measurement trap represents a false belief that we can fully understand all aspects of our business strictly through measurement.
What matters about Information Technology (IT)? How does IT add value to a firm? Who should take responsibility for IT management?
The ease of doing business online for both customers and companies is at risk as the fear of becoming a victim of phishing grows.
Editor’s Note announcing the addition of Nancy Dodd as editor and highlighting the articles of this issue.
GBR Editor Charla Griffy-Brown gives her parting words after five years at the helm of the online scholarly journal.
Doing the right thing in the midst of ethical turbulence can help develop the ability to cope in other kinds of rough times as well.
Are we encouraging upward mobility, consumption and profitability at the expense of focusing on principles and moral values?
Little ones and executives have a lot in common: Both have short attention spans and some are given to temper tantrums.
No longer does one plus one always equal two – in a given reporting period anyway. What artistry.
George L. Graziadio, for whom the Graziadio School of Business and Management is named, passed away on June 6, 2002, after a battle with cancer.
Having reached an ethical nadir in American business practice, there is great uncertainty as to what the future holds.
Even though the ‘war on terrorism’ has taken a back seat to economic recovery, businesses are still making decisions punctuated with concerns for vulnerability. In this regard, companies are carefully revisiting their supply-chain. In particular, as Business 2.0 pointed out, the highly-lean ‘Just-in-Time’ strategy is being altered to ‘Just-in-Case.’ In the wake of September 11, … Continued