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June 15, 2010
Winner, Study Tour Paper Competition: Visiting Japan in the midst of the Toyota crisis on a Chazen Study Tour, Roland Jones shares perspectives on how Japan is learning or not from the automaker's troubles and explores what this means for Japanese industry.
April 01, 2010
From the Keralan shores to the mountains of Ladakh, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has long been famous across India, but today it is breaking the bounds of the subcontinent and going global. CEO N. Chandrasekaran discusses the rise of Tata, one of India's fastest growing companies.
April 01, 2010
Mr. Georges Ugeux, CEO of Galileo Global Advisors, discusses recent economic trends, such as the rise of public debt in developed countries, issues in Eurozone policy, and the lessons learned from the Toyota crisis.
November 15, 2009
CEO of Booz & Co, Mr. Shumeet Banerji, offers his perspectives on how the economic crisis has affected the way managers need to think and the way management consulting firms need to prioritize.
October 15, 2009
Panelists at a symposium organized by the Center on Japanese Economy and Business (CJEB) discuss the strategic positioning of Toyota and General Motors in the face of the economic crisis, how they got there, and where they are going.
August 15, 2009
Mr. Enrique Goni, CEO of Caja Navarra, presents Caja Navarra's civic banking model and its potential impact on the banking industry.
June 15, 2009
Winner, Study Tour Paper Competition: To what extent is India a divided country? Julie Stokely reflects on the growth psychology of business and government agencies visited during the 2009 Winter Study Tour to India in terms of their use of a growth or fixed mindset.
May 15, 2009
Michihisa Shinagawa, president and CEO of Sumitomo Corporation of America, discusses the structural changes that have allowed the company to reinvent itself and navigate turbulent economic times.
September 12, 2008
What does corporate citizenship look like in large multinational corporations? Clelia Peters explores this complex subject by tracing Nike's changing relationships with its overseas suppliers.