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Articles for November 2007

Dyslexic management can't read signs of failure

THE REAL British disease is the unerring talent for putting together entities that are less than the sum of their parts.
Buccaneering bosses are the worst of all options

The way top managers are paid does influence a firm's performance - but not in the way the textbooks indicate.
The slow road to perfection

How can Toyota fulfil its dream of building a car that never crashes or breaks down and has zero effect on the environment? The same way it does everything else - by patiently solving one problem at a time.
Targets can seriously damage your health

Targets, claim their defenders, are simple, they provide focus, and they work. Yes, they do. Unfortunately, these are also their fatal flaws.