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Will Companies Drop Healthcare Coverage Because of ACA?

Will 2014 mark the beginning of the end for employer-sponsored health insurance as we know it? Target recently announced that it will no longer provide health insurance for its part-time employees. Trader Joe’s and Home Depot also made similar moves. Why? Some experts say it’s because of Obamacare. Others are not so sure.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter , Health/Benefits , Operations , Talent Management January 26 2014

Why U.S. Telecom Companies Need to Get Out of the Pipeline Business

The U.S. telecom landscape is shifting quickly and companies rethinking their traditional business models. No longer are service providers known positively for their infrastructure (AT&T is blamed when there’s a dropped call on a beloved iPhone), but rather phone companies are praised for their products. To solve these problems, the U.S. should look to India.

Vijay Govindarajan and Jan Timothy Woodcock Operations , Outsourcing , Strategy June 14 2011
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Why Businesses Should Shift from Cost Management to Cost Leadership

Instead of cost management, it’s time for CEOs to practice cost leadership. Cost leadership is reflected in a culture that, independent of macroeconomic circumstances, pursues a low cost, high-quality, customer-centric approach to managing the business. By doing this, you can turn cost consciousness into a strategic position and sustain your business.

Jonathan Schiff and Allen Schiff Global Business , Leadership & Strategy , Operations , Strategy June 17 2011

Who’s Going The WRONG WAY?

The pursuit of being the low-cost producer has been and will continue to be the primary focus of all successful [...]

William E. Rothschild And Stephen M. Rothschild Operations , Strategy June 2 2008

Whither U.S. Competitiveness?

The U.S. can keep an edge if it takes the right steps.

William J. Holstein CEO2CEO Summit , Events , Manufacturing , Strategy January 25 2006

Where Is Our Economic Policy?


Chief executives say the Bush Administration lacks a viable strategy for U.S. competitiveness.

Chief Executive Manufacturing June 1 2005

What Smart Manufacturing Means to Caterpillar CEO Doug Oberhelman

Excerpts from J.P. Donlon’s Interview With Caterpillar Chairman and CEO Doug Oberhelman at the Smart Manufacturing Summit

Jennifer Pellet Manufacturing July 2 2014

What Kind of U.S. Manufacturing Survives?


As The Henry Ford System Goes Away, A New Model Emerges.

Chief Executive Manufacturing May 1 2005

What Governors Say About Their States Best/Worst Ranking

Keeping and chasing jobs remains a top priority for America’s governors. Chief Executive sought responses from governors on how their states are ranked in the 2013 version of the magazine’s increasingly influential annual, “Best States / Worst States for Business” ranking. To vote in the 2014 survey click on this link : Best/Worst Survey

Dale Buss Best & Worst States , CEO Briefing Newsletter , Operations February 23 2014

What Every Company Can Learn from the Best Smart Manufacturers

The Next Generation of manufacturing holds a great promise—and profit.

William J. Holstein Manufacturing July 14 2014

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