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Illuminating Innovation 01 April, 2009 For companies to fully realise the innovation process they need to be aware of all the factors involved, according to David Silverstein, Philip Samuel and Neil...

Don't Forget The Strategy 31 March, 2009 When Michael Jones met with Carol Bartz earlier this year she was executive chairman of the board of Autodesk, Inc and presiding over a 13% growth rate from the previous year for the...

Take The Lead 31 March, 2009 For over 35 years, business advisor Dr Ram Charan has worked behind the scenes of some of the world’s most successful companies. Michael Jones met him to discuss the changing role of the CEO in...

The Right Blend 31 March, 2009 The global success of Starbucks has seen it become a modern cultural icon, influencing how coffee is grown, bought and sold. Faced with flagging profits and a tighter market, Jamie Oliver meets...

Pursuit of Growth 31 March, 2009 The right moves in the M&A market can transform an organisation’s business model and market presence, but few have shown the verve of IT services provider Steria. As CEO François Enaud tells...

Market Values 31 March, 2009 In a tough economy, socially sensitive procurement programmes may not seem a priority, but as Richard Clarke of Arthur D Little tells CEO, taking a responsible approach is a...

Become Local, Act Global 31 March, 2009 Are multinationals operating in emerging markets really only in competition with one another? Phin Foster meets Honeywell China and India CEO Shane Tedjarati to discuss the company’s...

Build on Success 31 March, 2009 While it enjoyed the good times, the architecture sector has left itself open to the pressures of the downturn and the dominance of consultants. Peter Morrison of architecture firm RMJM...

Resistance to Organisational Change: Fact or Fiction? 26 March, 2009 When facing organisational change, resistance is often a major hurdle. As Dr Dawn-Marie Turner of Turner Change Management explains, a shift in thinking can prepare a company for...

Surviving Economic Nationalism 12 March, 2009 The world’s richest countries have entered into a deep financial slowdown and economic nationalism – the desire to keep jobs and capital at home – has re-emerged as a force to be reckoned...

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