The Love Candy Shop: How do effective organizations really work?
When a family business takes over a small company and achieves unlikely
success, should it plan to include the next generation in its leadership?
Did the buyer of a 50 percent equity stake in a defaulted firm make a good investment?
After two years of initial success, the owner of a high-end fashion and design store finds herself with declining profits and increasing managerial problems. How can she turn it around?
When an entrepreneurial African business is offered a loan requiring dollar-denominated payments, should the owners accept the terms and ensuing risks?
How does Harvard MBA Donna Dubinsky finally find her niche as a serial entrepreneur?
You and your team have just been sent by corporate headquarters to bring a subsidiary into line, by encouraging them to adopt the corporate-wide Executive Information System (EIS).
How will a change in leadership at the Metropolitan Museum of Art shift the museum's direction?
Hewlett-Packard and Corporate Governance: How should a board of directors with dissenting voices handle conflict among its members while maintaining a fruitful relationship with its chief executive and shareholders?