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Now is the time for companies to clean up cluttered portfolios, learn to make affordable products, and look in new places for growth
November 2012—Manufacturing remains a critical force in both advanced and developing economies. But the sector has changed, bringing new opportunities and challenges to business leaders and policy makers. more
Applying the lessons of the past to drive value creation.
After the failure of the EADS-BAE Systems merger, many predictions of the future are having to be rewritten. John Dowdy looks at the potential ramifications of this.
The US advanced industries sector faces increasingly capable and well-funded international competitors that threaten to undermine its competitive lead.
To succeed in today's uncertain environment, aerospace and defense companies will have to master new skills, become more agile and develop more affordable products than at any time in the past.
March 2011—Pierre Beaudoin explains how a company driven by engineering goals learned to focus on customer expectations, teamwork, and continuous improvement.more
May 2011—The United States faces a future in which the elements of economic leadership are moving abroad. Reversing these trends will require the private and public sectors to collaborate.more
This chapter from the newly published book, Securing Cyberspace: A New Domain for National Security, argues that one of the least protected, and most vulnerable, assets is intellectual property.It is also one of the main drivers of economic growth and prosperity. Both government and business need to do more to protect it.
Featured in the book American Interests in South Asia, this chapter focuses on how funding requirements for security – to build and sustain the Afghan National Army and Afghan National Police—far surpass today’s indigenous public revenues. And if government officials cannot be adequately and reliably paid, then corruption follows.
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This newest issue outlines the critical management changes defense ministries and companies will have to make to address budget, environmental and geopolitical challenges.more