The best way for a company to create a prosperous future is to make sure all of its employees understand the company's past. That's why many veteran execs at Nike spend time telling corporate campfire stories.
It's tough. It's fast. It's free. It's Linux -- the most hyped operating system since OS/2. Tech heads love it, but does Linux really mean business? There's only one person who can answer that question: you.
What side are you on? Mediation expert Susan Podziba facilitates dialogue between prochoice advocates and prolife activists, between Israelis and Palestinians, and between environmentalists and fishermen.
What happens when the defining industry of the old economy meets the defining medium of the new economy? Meet the in-the-trenches change agents who are working to reinvent Ford, Toyota, and Volkswagen.
Rolf Smith has spent a career thinking about how people think. Now, he is helping people at some of the world's most powerful organizations to generate big ideas -- and to rethink their whole approach to creativity.
What's wrong with the 500-year-old way in which all companies keep their books? Just about everything, says Baruch Lev, who has proposed a new method for determining the value of the intangible assets that are at the heart of the new economy.
Saddle up with team IBM, as this group of techies takes on the ultimate in mountain-bike racing: a 24-hour endurance classic through Moab, Utah's slick-rock backcountry. Ladies and gentlemen, start your pedaling!
Most of us must make a fateful choice: should we devote our time and talent to making a living -- or to getting a life? Mark Albion, who chucked a fast-track career at Harvard Business School, proves that there's a third way.