Nbr. 239, March 2009
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- So sorry for this apology.
- Understanding China.
- Fine-Tuning Philips.
- The reluctant CEO.
- Electrify the economy: AEP CEO Mike Morris rallies for a national electric grid backbone as the next interstate system.
- Swedish sensation.
- Pumping protection.
- In fact.
- CEOs select Best, Worst States for job growth and business.
- Sound, fury--and reasoned response: companies should review--and revise--pay plans before "say on pay.".
- Understanding China IV: stability: addressing inequality, both within national borders and across them, is critical for a peaceful and prosperous future.
- Succession in practice: how to make succession work--for the company, the board and the CEO.
- Eco-chic & the sustainability flak catchers: who--if anyone--is getting this sustainability thing right?
- How the Army manages transformation: like any large, complex organization that must adapt to new realities, the U.S. Army seeks to knock down silos and rethink the way it looks at itself. Army Chief of Staff Gen. George W. Casey, Jr., talks about what it takes to modernize a 1.1 million-person organization, where getting people to embrace change is the key.
- Killing the electric car again: the culprits are the same as the last time--batteries.
- Finding funding: cash is hard--but not impossible--to come by.
- Want better performance? Say you're sorry.
- Leveraging China and India: two countries are the key to staying competitive in cost, talent and innovation.
- Island living: looking for a second home? Consider the Caribbean.
- Getting real: need to make an appearance in coach? Send a doppelganger.
- California dreaming.
- Pitchforks for populists.