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Articles for March 2004

Business schools for scandal

What the academics teach is what created Enrons, says a distinguished business school professor.
Lean, green Toyota aims for car that's totally clean

The pioneer of petrol-electric models is now innovating to keep society on its side
Needed like a hole in the head

Fixation with budgets is holding up the roads and much else besides.
Black arts of the science mags

The web is ending scientific publishing's stranglehold on publicly paid research.
Sumantra Ghoshal : Management strategy innovator

Sumantra Ghoshal , latterly professor of strategic leadership at the London Business School, who has died of a brain haemorrhage aged 55, was a brilliant and original thinker in a field which needs more of them.
Software must stop bugging us

US hi-tech giants need to get it right first time - or die