Charles Jacobs Goes Inside the Entrepreneur's Brain @ Inc (05/01/2009)
Leading corporate consultant, Charles Jacobs discusses how brain structure can impact business management.
Brand Aid: Technologyâ€™s the Great Equalizer @ Consulting Magazine (04/01/2009)
Allen Adamson, managing director of Landor Associates, has a message to brand experts and technology whizzes: Join forces. Furthermore, he has ideas about how companies should be simplifying their message and interacting more with customers. The key
The Peter Principle Lives On @ Inc (04/01/2009)
Forty years after The Peter Principle's publication, a look back on the landmark book
Jim Collins: How to Thrive in 2009 @ Inc (04/01/2009)
As part of our 30th-anniversary issue, Inc. asked Jim Collins, author of Good to Great and Built to Last, what we might expect in the next 30 years. His answer: uncertainty, chaos, turbulence, and risk. In other words, it's not a bad time to be an en
How News Corp. Nabbed MySpace @ BusinesWeek (03/26/2009)
Rupert Murdoch's outfoxing of Viacom's Tom Freston makes for high drama, but this techie-oriented telling doesn't dig deep enoug
The I-Word @ Portfolio (02/01/2009)
Remember inflation? A longtime economics commentator reminds us of its many perils at a time when financial woes run so much deeper.
The Influence of the Net Generation
@ BusinessWeek (12/08/2008)
A fascinating look at how young people are transforming our culture.
New Business in the Network of Everything @ Consulting Magazine (12/01/2008)
In this fictional account by Andy Mulholland, Jane Moneymaker, the CEO of Vorpal Inc., has recently expanded her company’s Web-based sales approach, but with unforeseen consequences—the company is fragmenting along a number of fault lines. Mulholland
Q: Is the U.S. Losing Its Economic Edge? @ Inc (11/01/2008)
A: not a chance, thanks to innovative entrepreneurs and curious consumers. Amar Bhidé on why the techno-nationalists have it all wrong.
A Skimmer's Guide to the Latest Business Books: Talent Is Overrated @ Inc (11/01/2008)
World-class talent isn't something you are born with. It must be developed over many years of unflagging dedication, education, and "deliberate practice" of a key skill, which requires consistent repetition and immediate feedback. Colvin credits "del
Save The Planet—Disappear @ BusinessWeek (07/30/2008)
An intriguing vision of how nature would flourish if humans disappeared.
The Reliable Killer @ BusinessWeek (12/11/2007)
A chilling and perversely entertaining look at the dark side of innovation.
Fill 'Er Up—But With What? @ BusinessWeek (10/15/2007)
n articulate and well-referenced account of the vehicle-fuel battlefront.
The Maestro Speaks His Mind @ BusinessWeek (10/01/2007)
A careful, sometimes powerfully provocative memoir by the former Fed chief.
Name That Demographic @ BusinessWeek (09/17/2007)
A breezy, entertaining consideration of niche groups within America.