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Viewpoint The Message from Rio

The historic Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro - the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development - effectively demonstrated to the world the magnitude of the challenge we face.

Eastern Europe: The New Investment Frontier

Eastern European countries have strong industrial traditions, much like those of the West, but their economies have been severely distorted by the mismanagement of the now-discredited communist system. Therefore, investment opportunities in the region are often clouded by significant issues.

Making Communication Work

Effective communication among individuals and groups is critical to the execution of complex business processes. It is the vehicle of leadership and vision, coordination and control, the transfer of knowledge, and the realization of creativity.

Viewpoint Organisational Learning: The Key to Success in...

Ray Stata is chairman and CEO of Analog Devices, Inc. This article is based on a presentation Mr. Stata made to Arthur D. Little staff members in June 1992.

The Role of Telecommunications Technology in the Year 2000

Products such as the facsimile machine, the video recorder, and the personal stereo are the fruit of numerous incremental developments in technology.

Environmental Performance and Business Strategy

Across North America and Europe, companies in a variety of businesses are beginning to use environmental performance to achieve competitive advantage, integrating the management of environmental, health, and safety issues into their operations, business processes, and corporate strategies.

True Wirelessness: A Whole New Ball Game

By the year 2000, ubiquitous wireless personal communications services will change the ways that individuals, businesses, and other institutions in North America and Europe manage their affairs. Already, people are becoming increasingly mobile in their personal and professional lives.

Acquiring World-Class Resources Without Selling the Ranch

Acquiring critical resources has become an increasingly important aspect of strategy as the established leadership positions of the 1980s have come under siege from new competitors in rapidly changing markets and technologies.

How the New Telecommunications Will Change the Way We Live

Since 1984, the fateful year of divestiture, the historic trickle of new telecommunications products and services has swelled to a flood.

Division Management: In Charge or at Sea?

We have seen much evidence that the extensive delayering of organizations in recent years has left both CEOs and division managers in many companies confused about their roles. The CEO of an engineering conglomerate told us proudly that he had taken 15 to 20 staff out of each division office.