IBM, HP, Sprint Retain Top Spots in Newsweek Green Rankings
The top of the magazine's global company list is dominated by financial and IT sector companies.
Squint if You Have To
To maintain current profitability, companies must find new growth opportunities.
Survival in the World of Radical Talent Management
At a time when leadership priorities are shifting ever faster, considering some previously untapped approaches to human capital may be the key to continued growth.
Is a Perpetual Software License Such a Bad Thing?
&splt;i>Perpetual&splt;/i> is a word that makes CFOs uncomfortable. In a changing world, who wants something that lasts forever? But there are business advantages to owning your software rather than renting it.
Corporate Culture Quantified?
In a new book, Harvard professor James Heskett takes a stab at a quite challenging quantification puzzle.
After a 360-Degree Assessment, a 180-Degree Turnaround
An organizational assessment can help a struggling company get back on track.
As IBM marks its centennial, its finance team plays a critical role in driving continuous transformation. CFO Mark Loughridge explains how, and why.
Mad About Cyberfares
Business travelers are finding bargains on the Web - to the dismay of corporate travel managers.