Our experts frequently write for and contribute to articles in leading industry and business publications.
- CSCMP's Supply Chain Quarterly, Special Issue 2014
Although winter weather and railcar shortages challenged North American railroads in 2013, they still earned record revenues and profits. This year's financial forecast is for more of the same.
By John Hubach and Jeff Ward
- Forbes, 25 August 2014
Social media can be a powerful set of tools used to open two-way dialogues with corporate customers and citizen constituents—see related video with Charlene Li.
By Paul Laudicina
For companies, hiring for "character" adds value because it reduces attrition and boosts job satisfaction.
By Craig Matthews
- Chain Drug Review, 11 August 2014
In a health system facing an estimated shortage of more than 91,500 physicians by 2020, millions of additional patients, and the Affordable Care Act’s mandate of lower health care costs, low-cost, technology-enabled alternatives, telemedicine may be the greatest opportunity to accomplish both reach and cost goals.
- Forbes, 4 August 2014
At the recent annual CEO retreat of A.T. Kearney’s Global Business Policy Council, Paul Bulcke, CEO of the world’s largest food company, Nestlé, shared some rich insights on these leadership challenges.
- ICIS.com, 4 July 2014
Maximising value in a deal requires some up-front analysis from both the buyer and seller perspective. What does it take to improve the deal making process?
- Forbes, 14 July 2014
In fourteen years, Colombia has gone from being a pariah of the global community with the worst violent civil conflict in the western hemisphere and a radioactive investment environment to being one of the ten fastest-growing major economies in the world and becoming the third largest economy in South America with peace at hand.
By Paul Laudicina
- Chain Drug Review, 16 June 2014
Direct to consumer retail models are a potential threat to community pharmacies, but with their neighborhood locations pharmacies are positioned well to excel at home delivery.
By Bob O’Meara, Raj Kumar and Vishwa Chandra
- Forbes, 1 June 2014
Two recent studies suggest that the mature economies of Europe and North America are viewed as safe havens in a turbulent world: 2014 Edelman Trust Barometer and A.T. Kearney’s 2014 Foreign Direct Investment Confidence Index.
By: Paul Laudicina
Erik focuses on issues at the intersection of business and government—especially those that relate to competitiveness and the changing global business environment.
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