The adaptive corporation
The author's long-unreleased report on the future of large corporations details ways by which those corporations may survive technological change, economic turmoil, and increased competition and incorporates up-to-date commentaries on the original finding
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The Museum of Corporate Dinosaurs
What Theodore Vail Knew 18851950
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