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Business and Privacy…page 33 The War Against Piracy…page 72 www.hbr.org December 2004 60 The HBR Interview: Leading Change When Business Is Good Samuel J. Palmisano 72 How Market Smarts Can Protect Property Rights Bharat Anand and Alexander Galetovic 82 Beyond Offshoring: Assess Your Company’s Global Potential Diana Farrell 92 How to Grow Great Leaders Douglas A. Ready 104 The 21st-Century Supply Chain [Part 3 of 3 ] HBR Spotlight 104 Building Deep Supplier Relationships Jeffrey K. Liker and Thomas Y. Choi 114 We’re in This Together Douglas M. Lambert and A. Michael Knemeyer 16 Forethought Feeding the Fire 33 HBR Case Study None of Our Business? Roberta A. Fusaro 47 Big Picture Best Face Forward Jeffrey F Rayport and Bernard J. Jaworski . …page 60 125 Best Practice The Path to Corporate Responsibility Simon Zadek 134 Tool Kit Making Real Options Really Work Alexander B. van Putten and Ian C. MacMillan 146 Executive Summaries 152 Panel Discussion TLFeBOOK TLFeBOOK TLFeBOOK HBR Features December 2004 60 The HBR Interview: Samuel J. Palmisano Leading Change When Business Is Good Interviewed by Paul Hemp and Thomas A. Stewart Would you ask your employees to determine the core values that define your company and guide their decisions every day? Would you listen to them if you did? IBM’s CEO maintains that’s the only way to manage a big, broad company. 60 92 104 72 How Market Smarts Can Protect Property Rights Bharat Anand and Alexander Galetovic Intellectual property comprises an ever-increasing fraction of corporate wealth, but what’s the good of that if an ever-increasing fraction of the property is copied or stolen? Six market-based strategies can help companies protect their innovations. HBR Spotlight The 21st-Century Supply Chain [ Part 3 of 3 ] 82 Beyond

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