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WISDOM FROM WHARTON

When investing in information technology, it is essential to know “when” and “how.”

Chief Executive November 1 1989

Extra! K-R KOs All Other ARs

” It’s a special thrill for all of us involved to win what is really the Pulitzer Prize equivalent in [...]

Chief Executive November 1 1989

Comment

Traditional analysis of economic motives holds that the private sector is motivated by self-interest and greed, while the public sector [...]

Chief Executive November 1 1989

TRAVEL

A trip to New Orleans can make a CEO feel like a king.

Amiad J. Finkelthal November 1 1989

Staying Aloft In A Global Market

There’s no distinction anymore between “U.S. business” and “international business

Michael A Plumley November 1 1989

VIEW FROM THE TOP

As results from a poll of 500 CE readers show, quality still reigns as the number one priority among CEOs. The question is, how can you win competitive advantage in a market where virtually every major competitor produces top quality at a relatively low cost?

Chief Executive November 1 1989

Keeping Outsourcing In Hand

To gain the competitive edge, you may have to give up some of the control

Douglas Cannon November 1 1989

SPEAKING OUT

About 10 or 15 years ago, strategic planning was a top fetish of corporate executives, especially CEOs. Everyone had strategic [...]

Chief Executive November 1 1989

PERSONAL FINANCE FOR THE CEO

Knowledge of management activities is the best indicator of whether to buy or sell.

Johb S. Sturges November 1 1989

NOTA BENE

It’s possible that even Ken doesn’t love Barbie as much as John W. Amerman does. The 57-year-old chairman and CEO [...]

John W. Amerman November 1 1989

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