New MIT SMR highlights Sloan research on global growth, change, and accounting

MIT Sloan faculty member Peter M. Senge and a co-author were awarded the Richard Beckhard Memorial Prize for the most outstanding MIT Sloan Management Review article between Fall 2000 through Summer 2001 on planned change and organizational development.

Senge and co-author Goran Carstedt, a former Volvo and IKEA senior executive, were honored for “Innovating Our Way to the Next Industrial Revolution,” which appeared in the winter 2001 issue.

Senge is one of three MIT Sloan faculty members whose work draws coverage in the Summer 2002 issue of MIT SMR.

The magazine reports on research by MIT Sloan faculty member Richard Frankel on the effect of nonaudit fees on accounting practices

The issue also includes an opinion piece by MIT Sloan's Amar Gupta on how the proliferation of sanctioned mediating agents will increase the productivity of interorganizational tasks and processes and spur the next surge in international trade and global growth.

Other highlights of the Summer 2002 issue are:

  • The Dynamic Synchronization of Strategy and Information Technology
    C.K. PRAHALAD AND M.S. KRISHNAN
  • Beyond Better Products: Capturing Value in Customer Interactions
    MARK VANDENBOSCH AND NIRAJ DAWAR
  • Negotiating Lessons From the Browser Wars
    JAMES K. SEBENIUS
  • The New E-Commerce Intermediaries
    PHILIP ANDERSON AND ERIN ANDERSON
  • How Storytelling Builds Next-Generation Leaders
    DOUGLAS A. READY
  • Calculated Risk: A Framework for Evaluating Product Development
    CRAIG R. DAVIS
  • The Hidden Leverage of Human Capital
    JEFFREY A. OXMAN
  • Confronting the Limits of Networks
    ANDREW MCAFEE AND FRANÇOIS-XAVIER OLIVEAU
  • The Behavior Behind the Buzzwords
    JOAN MAGRETTA
  • Strategy, Science and Management
    JAMES BRIAN QUINN

To read on, please visit http://mitsloan.mit.edu/smr. Reprints of MIT SMR articles are available.

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