Nbr. 232, March 2008
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- Innovation as contact sport.
- It's about customers.
- Would a CEO make a good president?
- Mining momentum.
- Trial by fire.
- U.S. corporate tax rate is second highest in OECD ranking, 2000-2006.
- Global, mobile and growing.
- Thorns & roses.
- The power of green.
- Bubble trouble.
- Confidence plummets after modest recovery.
- The numbers.
- Our health care apocalypse: consistency, complexity and chronic illness are the three riders.
- Permanence & politics: is uncertainty in leadership good or bad?
- What will biotech bring? The biotech revolution brings breakthroughs in cures, food and energy production.
- The innovation playbook: how do you generate growth in a mature market with tough aggressive competitors and an outside activist breathing down your neck convinced he can do better.
- Are your employees truly engaged? Having the right strategy is good. Aligning your workforce with it is better.
- Leading your business to maximum results: three questions every executive needs to answer--and the tools for getting the answers.
- Perfect vision, better dialogues: correcting "blind spots" can boost decision-making effectiveness.
- Building a better innovation model: how can leaders instill a culture that both fosters inventive ideas and cultivates the people and processes that create them?
- Roadster roundup: these four roadsters deliver style and substance.
- Squashed: let's stamp out incoherent sports metaphors.
- Watermelon politics.
- Why do some politicians still not get it?