Management

The Innovation Enigma

Global Insights: In Their Own Words
Joseph E. Stiglitz |  March 10, 2014
How profitable is innovation? That’s the wrong question, says Nobel laureate Joseph E. Stiglitz. A better gage: its contribution to our standard of living.
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Stop Networking So Much

Global Insights: In Their Own Words
Sharon Kahn |  December 22, 2014
Those endless coffee chats can be so exhausting. Here’s a more genuine way to widen your professional circle.
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Driving Aston Martin

Global Insights: In Their Own Words
Sharon Kahn |  December 11, 2013
It takes a certain cachet to build a car for James Bond. Ulrich Bez, the CEO of Aston Martin, describes how he keeps Aston Martin über-cool.
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How Ratan Tata Thwarted a Violent Labor Union Takeover

Chazen India Insights
November 25, 2013
Two weeks after assuming the chairmanship of the Tata Group, Ratan Tata faced a labor strike, death threats, and stabbings of his management team. Here, he describes how he remained unbowed.
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Chazen Podcast: Ratan Tata, the Reluctant Celebrity

Global Insights: In Their Own Words
Betsy Wiesendanger |  November 19, 2013
One of the most respected business leaders in the world opens up about the personal sacrifices he’s had to make — and why he got a phone call at midnight from a disgruntled customer.
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Chazen Podcast: Ratan Tata on Working Across Silos

Global Insights: In Their Own Words
Betsy Wiesendanger |  November 19, 2013
One of the world’s most respected business leaders, Ratan Tata, chairman emeritus of The Tata Group, sits down for a surprisingly revealing interview.
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Why Your Office Is So Screwed Up

Global Insights: Perspective
Betsy Wiesendanger |  December 4, 2013
Ray Fisman, a Chazen senior scholar and author of a new book, serves up plain talk about why your company is so darned dysfunctional.
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How GE Does Business in China

Global Insights: In Their Own Words
Sharon Kahn |  October 2, 2013
GE China’s CEO comes clean about partnering with SOEs, protecting intellectual capital, and the value of home-grown talent.
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Doing Good: Bad for the Bottom Line?

Global Insights: Analysis
Betsy Wiesendanger |  April 2, 2013
It’s long been a truism that good corporate citizenship cuts into profits. Not so, according to new research. Investors and managers who take a long-term view find that doing good can pay off where it counts: in ROI and stock price.
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Accounting for a Sustainable Future

Global Insights: In Their Own Words
Betsy Wiesendanger |  March 29, 2013
A new initiative is trying to do for social responsibility what FASB did for accounting. But will companies go along with mandatory reporting of their dirty deeds?
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