Can the theories of a dead Russian dissident solve your company’s most vexing technological challenges? A cult of business consultants swears that they can.
Editor’s Note: article looks at Genrich Altshuller’s TRIZ theory of inventive problem-solving.
Content: Article | Author: Andy Raskin | Source: Business 2.0 | Subject: Miscellaneous
Nissan, Japan’s third-largest automaker, was stodgy, insular, debt-ridden. It was exhibit A in what was wrong with Japanese corporations. Then it brought in an irrepressible French Lebanese guy named Carlos Ghosn.
Content: Article | Author: Andy Raskin | Source: Business 2.0 | Subjects: Case Related, People | Industry: Automotive
It will cost more than $100,000 to earn a degree at an elite business school. Just one problem: There’s little real evidence that it will enhance your career.
Content: Article | Author: Andy Raskin | Source: Business 2.0 | Subjects: MBA Related, Prospective MBAs