Includes: 

  • Foresight: Brazil’s new gambit; joint ventures take off; are you a fast zebra?
  • Ones to watch: Five leaders, five very different organizations but one issue: trust
  • Change management: Companies aren’t as adaptable as they need to be. Here are six ways to help you gain a competitive advantage through change
  • Joe Jimenez: The pharmaceutical industry is being revolutionized – and the Novartis CEO believes this will be good for his shareholders
  • The good news about deficits: What New Zealand, Canada and a dash of common sense could teach politicians grappling with the explosion in national debt
  • The empire builder: How keeping production in-house has been revolutionary for Wang Chuanfu, China’s battery-fluid-guzzling answer to Henry Ford
  • Left field: What Japanese smartphones have in common with giant tortoises
  • Ten issues that matter: How to embed innovation in your business – from the value of genius clauses to the staying power of Shredded Wheat
  • Making green pay: Sustainability is taking centre stage in every new business model. Three specialists explain why there’s real value in going green
  • The reset revolution: Recession will change the economy forever, says Richard Florida  Any other business Time for a rethink on ERP?; the latest essential reads for business   

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