Southern Business Review

Southern Business Review is a magazine focusing on Economics

Articles from Vol. 35, No. 2, Summer

Culture & Cognition in a Complex Megaorganization: Implications for Military Leadership
Political scientist, Samuel Huntington (1993) posited that future global politics and conflicts would center on clashes between civilizations. Indeed, his prophetic words were realized in 2001 when individuals from a radical Islamic movement were willing...
In Search of a Low Cost Textbook
If there's a book you really want to read but it hasn't been written yet, then you must write it. Toni MorrisonHow many classroom teachers in colleges and uni-versities have asked during the first week of class, "How many students have the textbook?"...
Teaching about the Meaning and Importance of Quality in an Undergraduate Operations Management Course
Undergraduate business majors are often required to take a course in operations management. In the course, they learn about such techniques and topics as productivity, quality, product design, forecasting, project management, and supply chain management,...
The Sales Entrepreneur: A New Generation of Challenges and Opportunities
The underlying purpose of the sales organization is to generate income. While the source of clients often varies among selling situations, creating opportunities in a changing environment remains a constant challenge. Reacting to marketplace needs, successful...
What the Private Sector Can Do to Corral Runaway CEO Pay
In 2008, three prominent politicians each proposed a separate legislative measure to stanch runaway CEO pay. Then U.S. Senator Barack Obama, U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton and U.S. Senator John McCain all proposed bills requiring that shareholders be given...