Publications

  • Cracking the code of innovation

    August 19, 2013 | BothBrain® Innovation | Forbes.com

    Companies that are innovation leaders grow faster, enjoy greater employee loyalty, and are better at making and executing decisions. What do such companies know that their competitors don't? They build a system of innovation around five different components, ensuring they have the structure in

  • Leading through Adversity

    January 23, 2013 | Decision Effectiveness | CNN Money | Media mention

    Orit Gadiesh participated on a high profile panel at the 2013 World Economic Forum, titled, “Leading through Adversity.â€

  • In search of jump-start for economic motor

    January 22, 2011 | Strategy | The Times

    With the worldwide financial system still on crutches, the 2011 global business outlook hinges largely on which economic advice Western nations turn into policy and whether countries worldwide can develop unprecedented levels of collaboration to jump-start aggregate demand.

  • After easy money: Managing in a new era

    May 13, 2010 | Strategy | The Wall Street Journal

    As we finally emerge from the depths of the recession, a lot of attention naturally focuses on trying to handicap the speed and strength of the rebound. Some forecast a quick snap-back driven by years of pent-up demand.

  • The great disappearing act: Gender parity up the corporate ladder

    January 29, 2010 | Organization | Bain study

    Ambition, competence, determination and resourcefulness do not come with gender labels. Indeed, as the world economy increasingly shifts from brawn-power to brain-power, women are joining the ranks of the employed in greater and greater numbers.

  • Diversification for dummies

    January 17, 2010 | Corporate Strategy, Industrial Machinery | Aviation Week

    Even as recession-battered companies in many industries are starting to feel some lift, the aerospace and defense (A&D) sector is being buffeted by new challenges that threaten to stall their growth.

  • The dragon bounces back

    January 17, 2010 | Strategy | The Wall Street Journal Asia

    Chinese companies have only been operating as private enterprises for about 20 years, so it would be understandable if they didn't make the wisest of moves navigating economic downturns like the one that is now ending.

  • Finding opportunity in dollar's decline

    February 17, 2008 | Airlines & Transportation | Aviation Week

    Aerospace and defense companies thrive by engineering aircraft that can cruise through turbulence and by building battlefield-hardened weapons systems. But now their biggest challenge may be how well they can weather the currency-market wind shears that have pushed the U.S.

  • China: The Great Transition

    September 30, 2003 | Fundamentals of Growth | Harvard Business Review

    As China's economy grows and opens further, the opportunity it presents to multinationals is changing. Foreign companies are moving to country development and new strategic choices. Now, foreign firms can actually go after the Chinese domestic market, and it's worth going after.