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Passes and returns
January 17, 1997
Dalglish arrives at Newcastle and Horlick moves to ABN Amro. The common theme: do teams, or individuals, capture the returns to outstanding performance?
Of fortunes and foresight
August 30, 1996
Will the dominant firms of the next century be the ones that show foresight and react quickly? Many of the best companies work simply by doing traditional business very, very well.
Father Christmas does not exist?
December 29, 1995
Father Christmas does not exist? Tell that to investors who seem unable to ask how much value certain business really add
In out of the cold
October 11, 1995
Economists have walked out into the cold as far as business strategy is concerned. Slowly, they are starting to return.
The Structure of Strategy (Business Strategy Review 1993)
June 1, 1993
"The Structure of Strategy" is a summary of parts of my book, "The Foundations of Corporate Success", and was reprinted in "The Business of Economics"
Adding Value: April 1993
April 1, 1993
There are four perspectives on corporate performance and four ways of measuring capital costs. But in the long run, all these ways of measuring financial performance are equivalent. The different vantage points differ only in their timing.
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Uncertainty, cost and noise undermine the case for a new runway...
November 4, 2015
Lower business rates would benefit property owners not retailers
October 14, 2015
How the migration estimates turned out wrong
September 6, 2006
Adam Smith and the Pin Factory
December 18, 2019
January 17, 2004
The Concept of the Corporation
January 21, 2019
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