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Flying High

April 18, 2011

Sharon Kahn

Government-owned enterprises such as China Eastern Airlines are acting a lot more like public companies these days.

Topics: China, Management | Read Article

East vs. West: The Great Creativity Divide

September 7, 2011

Sharon Kahn

The stereotypes persist: East Asians conform, Anglo-Americans are individualistic cowboys. New research uncovers subtleties that employers can use to their advantage.

Topics: Your Career, Management, Asia | Read Article

Alibaba Makes Internet Magic

November 12, 2010

The man behind China’s most successful Internet company tells what it took to succeed in a nation rife with censorship, and reveals the six-word management philosophy he’s followed since day one.

Topics: News Makers, Management, China | Read Article

Marketing to the Bottom of the Pyramid

October 15, 2010

Chazen Senior Scholar Gita Johar takes an entrenched marketing strategy — the four p's — and shows how they can be used to deliver goods and services to the world's poorest people.

Topics: Management, India | Read Article

“Losing hundreds of millions of dollars was the right thing to do”

October 13, 2010

Following the rescue of Chilean miners after their two-month ordeal, Cynthia Carroll, another mining CEO, offers blunt words about the cost of safety.

Topics: Management, Africa | Read Article

Decision Making and Its Discontents

October 6, 2010

Sheena Iyengar

As multinational corporations continue their march across borders, one question may have been overlooked: do all consumers want more choice? Chazen Senior Scholar Sheena Iyengar offers a contrarian view.

Topics: Management | Read Article