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Articles from The McKinsey Quarterly (June 22, 2002)

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A hard turnaround for software: software companies caught in a downward spiral find it exceptionally difficult to escape. Yet a determined few succeed. Blumling, Mark; Frick, Kevin A.; Meehan, William F., III Statistical Data Included 3282
A market for the well governed. (Corporate Governance). Hoschka, Tobias C. Brief Article 252
A premium for good governance. (Corporate Governance). Newell, Roberto; Wilson, Gregory Statistical Data Included 1394
A value culture for agriculture: to become high-performing businesses, agricultural co-ops must move away from their traditional role as service providers. Dempsey, Jack J.; Kumar, Ashish A.; Loyd, Bernard; Merkel, Loula S. Statistical Data Included 3867
Better boards in Thailand. (Corporate Governance). Hoschka, Tobias C.; Nast, George R.; Villinger, Roland Statistical Data Included 1149
CRM in the air. (Current Research). Binggeli, Urs; Gupta, Sanjay; de Poomes, Carlos Statistical Data Included 1188
Equity trading's future in Europe. (Current Research). Harle, Philipp; Williams, Mark C. Statistical Data Included 1308
Europe's banks: vergin on merging; in the coming wave of cross-border consolidation, banks that keep their potential specialties in mind will probably do better in the long term than those that rush headlong into the first available deal. Hamoir, Olivier; McCamish, Carl; Niederkorn, Marc; Thiersch, Christopher 3492
Give alliances their due. (This Quarter). Ernst, David Brief Article 505
Making more of pharma's sales force: pharmaceutical companies have lost their focus on doctors. The key to higher sales is regaining it. Elling, Martin E.; Fogle, Holly J.; McKhann, Charles S.; Simon, Chris Statistical Data Included 3394
Managing an alliance portfolio: large companies often have dozens of alliances--and little idea how they are performing. Bamford, James; Ernst, David Statistical Data Included 4058
Patent profits. (Toolbox). Elton, Jeffrey J.; Shah, Baiju R.; Voyzey, John N. 200
Roadside retail in China: to make money from the expansion of the Chinese market, most oil companies will have to sell much more than gasoline. Woetzel, Jonathan R. Statistical Data Included 3544
Taking Tesco global: David Reid, deputy chairman of the United Kingdom's largest grocer, explains the company's international strategy. (Interview). Child, Peter N. Interview 3819
The numbers behind on-line profits. (Snapshot). Bughin, Jacques R. Statistical Data Included 314
The secret life of factory service centers: for a lucrative new source of revenues, profits, and market information, manufacturers need look no further than their own repair shops. Alexander, Whitney L.; Dayal, Sandeep; Dempsey, Jack J.; Ark, Jonathan D. Vander Statistical Data Included 3082
The unexpected return of B2B: suppliers put off by open business-to-business exchanges might find that the newly emerging private ones offer a better deal--as well as four ways to play. Hoffman, William; Keedy, Jennifer; Roberts, Karl Statistical Data Included 3109
Tomorrow's cars, today's engines: that fabulous invalid the internal-combustion engine is very far from dead. Ealey, Lance A.; Mercer, Glenn A. 4323
Travel tips for retailers: three strategies can help retailers expand abroad. The trick is to choose the one that best suits your particular ambitions and your starting point. Catoni, Luciano; Larssen, Nora Forisdal; Naylor, James; Zocchi, Andrea 2772
What Germans really think. (A Closing View). Fassbender, Heino; Kliger, Michael; Kluge, Jurgen Statistical Data Included 1447
Wholesale moves in China. (Snapshot). Cheung, Richard C.; Chu, T.C.; Penhirin, Jacques Brief Article 796

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