Businessweek --> Posted by: Jena McGregor on December 23
The business world is gripped in the throes of extraordinary change. The government is doling out bailouts, companies are adopting four day work weeks to stay afloat, and layoffs are becoming frighteningly common. Are fresh management ideas dead? Does the pendulum swing back to cost-cutting and efficiency drives mean we're headed for a time when innovative ideas are crushed?
We don't think so. That's one reason we're devoting an upcoming special report to the management ideas that matter now—fresh insights, bold thinking and smart tactics that companies are using in extremely difficult times. Necessity, after all, is the mother of invention. To engage our readers in the process, we want to hear what new approaches you're experimenting with at your business. What new ways are you looking to manage and compensate people? How are you setting strategy in such uncertain times? How does globalization fit into your business when the world is changing on a dime? How are you keeping innovation alive in your company?
Tell us here. Or, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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