A call for companies to require English of all their employees seems insensitive – and unnecessary.
The problem is that incentive compensation based on financial performance does a lousy job of distinguishing skill from luck.
Developing a business model isn't a one-time event. It's an ongoing process that should help your business grow and change with the demands of the market
A professional manager may or may not make a good US president. Piloting a superpower through a four-year term is so complex and unpredictable that no one can be fully prepared for the job.
Mitt Romney has been both vaunted and vilified for his business background. Here's how running a corporation really compares to running a country.
UPDATE: Steve Jobs passed on Wednesday. In this cover story, first published last month, Alan Webber explores what made Steve Jobs (and Apple) exceptional. Apple knew what consumers didn't want and understood the power of being itself. A look at what the company can teach corporate America.