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“Made in China”—The Ultimate Warning Label
By Peter Navarro
May 12, 2008
Find out why “Made in China” has become a code red “warning label” that no sensible consumer should ignore.
10 Questions to Ask To Find a Great, Green Data Center Site
By Douglas Alger
Apr 17, 2009
Doug Alger provides 10 questions to ask about property you're considering for your next Data Center to help you have a productive, green server environment.
A 360º Look at the Subprime Mortgage Implosion
By Mark Zandi
Jul 15, 2008
The subprime financial crisis is the decade's #1 financial story. What happened?
A Philosophy for Developing Products and Services for the Bottom of the Pyramid
By C.K. Prahalad
Sep 24, 2009
C.K. Prahalad introduces the concept that in order to provide products and services to the market at the Bottom of the Pyramid (BOP) you must challenge assumptions that you have developed over a long period of time.
A Philosophy for Developing Products and Services for the Bottom of the Pyramid
By C.K. Prahalad
Sep 23, 2009
C.K. Prahalad introduces the concept that in order to provide products and services to the market at the Bottom of the Pyramid (BOP) you must challenge assumptions that you have developed over a long period of time.
A World of Wealth: How Capitalism Turns Profits into Progress
By Thomas G. Donlan
Jul 29, 2008
Thomas G. Donlan looks at the world through the powerful lens of capitalist investment and productivity.
America's Four Growth Drivers Stall and Our Economy Stagnates
By R. Glenn Hubbard, Peter Navarro
Sep 8, 2010
How can America reharness the vibrant productivity growth of the private sector and resume its journey on the path of long-term prosperity? In order to answer this question—and thereby make things right—we first need a much better understanding of just what has gone wrong.
Are You Better Off Than You Were as a Kid?
By Jane White
Sep 30, 2009
Jane White asks the question, “Are you better off than you were growing up?” The answer may very well be no.
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By Matthew David
Jan 1, 2003
Baking Bread in Zimbabwe: Opportunities in the Rise of Africa
By Vijay Mahajan
Sep 10, 2008
Businesses are seizing a multitude of opportunities to build markets across Africa.
Beware the Keynesian Mirage
By Tony Crescenzi
Oct 31, 2011
Tony Crescenzi explains why it is a fallacy to believe that the ability of nations to issue ever-increasing amounts of new debt at the Keynesian Endpoint will be the same as it was in the past, and it is lunacy to believe that in the immediate aftermath of the financial crisis that bond investors will turn a blind eye to a continuation of fiscal profligacy.
Business Process Virtualization, Outsourcing and Process Reengineering
By Martha Young, Michael Jude
Mar 19, 2004
Capitalism at the Crossroads: Aligning Business, Earth, and Humanity
By Stuart L. Hart
Nov 2, 2007
Are corporations are the only entities in the world today with the technology, resources, capacity, and global reach necessary to lead us toward a sustainable world in the years ahead?
Collaboration Is Key for Green IT
By John Lamb
Apr 17, 2009
Collaboration among many stakeholders is a must for green data center technology. John Lamb describes how to help make this collaboration happen.
Competing in a Flat World: The Orchestration Imperative
By Victor K. Fung, William K. Fung, Yoram (Jerry) Wind
Nov 9, 2007
Learn how to succeed in this flat world--not just how to build better supply chains, but how to build competencies in network orchestration and change the shape of your thinking, strategies, and organizations to embrace this flatter world.
Death by China: It's Not China Bashing If It's True
By Peter W. Navarro, Greg Autry
May 18, 2011
In this introduction to their book, Peter W. Navarro and Greg Autry explain how they will work their way through each of the major categories of Death by China—from China's appalling product safety record and the destruction of the American economy to the rise of Chinese colonialism, China's rapid military buildup, and its bold and blatant espionage adventures.
Dual-Shore Project Management: Seven Techniques for Coordinating Onshore-Offshore Projects
By Ravi Kalakota, Marcia Robinson
Aug 26, 2005
The geographic separation between onshore and offshore project teams, combined with cultural and time differences, will exacerbate project management problems and increase execution risks. Marcia Robinson explains how the ability to remotely manage projects and, more important, offshore teams will prove to be a powerful factor in offshore outsourcing success.
Members OnlyEconomic Talking Points --- Outlook for 2006
By Bernard Baumohl
Dec 13, 2005
The U.S. economy was remarkably resilient in 2005, but what will it be like in 2006? Will consumers stay in a spending mood, or will energy prices trigger a recession? Bernard Baumohl, Executive Director of The Economic Outlook Group looks ahead.
Engaging the Bottom of the Pyramid
By C.K. Prahalad
Sep 24, 2009
In this excerpt from his book, C.K. Prahalad shows that the Bottom of the Pyramid can be a source of innovation for not only products and processes, but business models as well.
Entrepreneurial Solutions for Prosperity in BoP Markets: Identifying the Problem and the Solution
By Eric Kacou
Nov 4, 2010
Getting to the root cause of poverty requires moving beyond theory as we look at the problem from the perspective of typical individuals in Bottom of the Pyramid markets. In this chapter, Eric Kacou considers such individuals.

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