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Articles from Chief Executive (U.S.) (October 1, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
12 "CEO diseases" and how to treat them. Kuhn, Robert Lawrence 1547
Anatomy of dysfunctional customer relationships: how businesses show customers that they're not the priority. Bliss, Jeanne 1492
Avoiding merger failure: four things to get right. Lattner, Douglas J.; Renjen, Punit 625
Collegiality builds engagement. Hudec, Paul 566
Confidence finally rises. 469
Curb the enthusiasm to spend. 176
Deferred prosecution agreements: friend or nemesis? CEOs who take no precautions until the prosecutor arrives are in for an unpleasant experience. Epstein, Richard A. 1102
Do CEOs make good politicians? The track record is mixed. Here's a scorecard of recent bosses who made the leap into politics. Buss, Dale 1657
Full Kohrt press: Battelle Institute CEO spots next wave of innovation. Interview 2518
How private companies stop fraud: want some peace of mind? Follow these simple steps. Able, Jeffrey L.; Frank, Jonny 499
Krazy about Kauai: exploring the natural riches of Na Pali nets a wealth of unforgettable memories. Matusow, Jamie 1052
Lessons from brand leaders: what does it take to build--and maintain--global recognition? Here's how 2006's top 25 brand leaders shepherd their white hot monikers. Pellet, Jennifer 3370
The criminalization of business. 387
The Muddled Leak. Donlon, J.P. 406
The Plantagenet connection: need dirty work done? Check out Henry two sticks. Queenan, Joe 643
Thorns & roses. 84
Time to rethink performance metrics and valuation methods: GAAP, EPS and P/E are dead. The days of financial astrology are numbered. Here's how leading investment thinkers measure real performance. Heilman, Jeff Company overview 2939
When bad things happen to good CEOs: the best leaders have blind spots, and in today's environment, as the rules change at light speed, chief executives are flying as blind as ever. Can they change? Prince, C.J. 2633
When lean companies stay fat: as Danaher's experience demonstrates, lean manufacturing is an exacting discipline requiring a comprehensive view of the business. Loftus, Paul Company overview 2289
Wrongheaded solution scourged. 640

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