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Getting Everyone To Think Strategically

More and more top executives seek strategic input from the lower rungs of the corporate ladder, and find that broader participation helps translate vision into reality.

Benjamin B. Tregoe September 1 1989

TRAVEL

If your mind is overworked, let your body sweat it out

Ami Finkelthal September 1 1989

SPEAKING OUT

Sometimes it takes me a while to catch up with the new titles, and then the initials therefrom, that burst [...]

Robert W. Lear September 1 1989

Nota Bene

Never be satisfied. No matter how good it gets, want it to get better. You keep raising the bar of [...]

William O. Bourke September 1 1989

PERSONAL FINANCF FOR THE CEO

Tracking the economic tide is more profitable than just riding the waves

Stuart F. Barnes September 1 1989

FROM THE EDITOR

Peter Drucker recently observed that the 1,000 richest people-everyone from the Sultan of Brunei to Ron Perelman and Henry Kravis-may [...]

Chief Executive September 1 1989

The Struggle For NTT

Government bureaucrats are pushing for an AT&T-like break-up; normally reticent Japanese shareholders are furious at management for the stock’s nosedive in a strong Tokyo market; and the Recruit scandal, which brought down the last government as well as his predecessor, humbled the world’s second largest telecom. Haruo Yamaguchi’s predicament may have one bright side for U.S. technology firms-more orders.

Chief Executive September 1 1989

COMMENT

In May 1989, my husband and I visited Shanghai and Beijing as guests of the government of the People’s Republic [...]

Rita Ricardocampbell September 1 1989

Not How Much, But

Nobody likes to be evaluated. Especially if your pay outstrips your performance. In our third annual study of chief executive pay, we take CEOs to task for their high earnings: Are they worth it? Sometimes yes…

David Meredith September 1 1989

CE ROUNDTABLE

..unless the process of handling , customers is itself the focus of your effort. Contrary to popular notion, training won’t do it, nor will motivation, rapid response, or (believe it) top management attention. Changing the organizational structure helps a lot, but it’s undervalued by virtually everyone.

Chief Executive September 1 1989

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