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Drivers Wanted

When you think about moving toward some kind of global, enterprise-wide, seamless, software-based computing solution to all of your business [...]

Michael Winkleman May 1 1999

The Fickle Finger Of Reputation

Unlike fate, corporate reputation can be created managed, controlled-and even, with great effort, rehabilitated A preview of a new annual feature.

Michael Winkleman April 1 1999

Forging Links

Supply chain management has tightened its hold on the corporation—but respondents to a Chief Executive/Ryder Integrated Logistics poll say some [...]

Michael Winkleman December 1 1998

Business Marches On

In July, Woolworth announced it was closing its 400 remaining five-and-dimes, Montgomery Ward filed for bankruptcy, Apple dismissed the chief [...]

Michael Winkleman August 1 1997

A Chemical Reaction

One day last fall, recalls Mike McLain, the 47-year-old marketer who became chief executive of Indianapolis-based Dow Brands in November [...]

Michael Winkleman Entrepreneurial CEO May 1 1997

Raise High The Roof Beam

Are there limits to outsourcing? Will companies hive off all but the most core of competencies, while establishing carefully planned strategic alliances with suppliers, customers, and competitors? Or wilt outsourcing simply provide the means for weathering the storm?

Michael Winkleman April 27 1997

A Green Light For Growth

After a short, but well-publicized hiatus, growth is back-for an unlimited engagement-on the agendas of most top executives.

Michael Winkleman November 10 1996

Future Phone

Is this the party to whom I am speaking? Rapid changes in technology moon the boll tolls for you wherever you are.

Michael Winkleman January 1 1996

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