The Real World of Finance: 12 Lessons for the 21st Century

Finance executives who still cling to lessons learned in MBA programs long ago, failing to grasp the realities of the new economy, may unwittingly expose their corporations to undue risk, says author James S. Sagner. He suggests that recent major accounting scandals and business failures are partly the result of finance’s failure to recognize that the new economy is destroying old-economy constants and to reexamine … [ Read more ]