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
This issue of the GBR has a decisive focus on decision-making.
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.”
GBR Editor-in-Chief Charla Griffy-Brown discusses the buzz in the air about the so-called 3G (third generation) technologies.
Importantly, the bear market does seem to be clawing at everyone, even politicians. The 90-day ethics rule that requires newly-installed political office holders to divest themselves of investments which might provide a conflict of interest (or put their holdings in a blind trust) forced such luminaries as Secretaries Rumsfeld, Powell, and O’Neil to ponder the … Continued
In 2001, fighting earthquakes, a power crisis in California, and a power crisis in the Middle East, the gloss is well and truly off the economy.
Have you ever wanted to leave a message on your voicemail that said, “I’m out of my mind, but feel free to leave a message…?”
The stage is set and spectators pack the coliseum jeering and cheering to see if chief gladiator Alan Greenspan can subdue the U.S. New Economy.
Should you consider an IPO? Is the sales force alive and kicking? Do marketers still have a place in the new economy?