November 18, 2008

Bail Out GM? No Way

Unless GM feels a compelling need to change, it is highly likely to stay pretty much the same, as it has done for decades, in spite of clear evidence that things are not working well from an economic perspective.

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April 09, 2009

GM: Now They Are Talking Bankruptcy?

Dragging out the march toward what is looking like almost certain bankruptcy for General Motors is chewing up resources that could be used to help employees down the road.

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April 28, 2009

Fix a Credit Card Industry Gone Awry

Fees, fees, fees galore. At some level, I think the behavior of credit card companies violates most people's basic understanding of what is a fair and appropriate way to treat consumers.

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August 10, 2009

Some Management Theories Never Die

A traditional strategy analysis tool, the BCG matrix, was largely discredited and fell out of favor in many circles. Yet, it's back in a new incarnation.

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October 23, 2009

Revisiting Board Strategy

A big shift in the world of strategy today is not necessarily reflected in board-level conversations. What do board members need to be asking?

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