Will General Motors be around for the next hundred years? GM continues to lag behind its competitors as the business model fosters slow decision making and additional costs. As a former employee, I believe GM is in the right direction but it has a long way to go.
According to the U.S Department of Commerce, health care spending in the US amounted to 17.4 percent of GDP in 2013.  At this level of spending, an unaware observer might assume that Americans consumed a platter of world class, […]
BlackBerry is an example of how ineffective alignment between business and operating models can destroy company performance. How did a company that essentially invented the modern smartphone and later led the smartphone market find itself on the brink of failure?
Pemex’s operational inefficiencies have become more evident as the company prepares to face private competition in 2016 for the first time since 1938
Enron’s innovative trading platform ended in fraud and bankruptcy due to fundamental flaws in their operating model