Allegheny Undaunted By Change at USAir
- GLIMMER OF HOPE. Ott, James // Aviation Week & Space Technology;4/26/2004, Vol. 160 Issue 17, p24
A new business plan is taking shape under Bruce R. Lakefield, the new president and CEO of US Airways Inc. He wasted no time in his first week as president and CEO, impressing several union leaders and trying to instill a sense of trust and confidence. The new operating plan is likely to be...
- PEOPLE. // Travel Trade;5/19/2004, p26
Reports on developments concerning executives in the travel industry as of May 19, 2004. US Airways President and Chief Executive Bruce Lakefield and Star Alliance network chief executive Jaan Albrecht's commemoration of the U.S. carrier's entry into the Star Alliance; Accor's Adelaide...
- US Airways files for Chapter 11 protection. // Logistics Today;Oct2004, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p46
Reports on the US Airways' filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for the second time. Comments of US Airways President Bruce Lakefield, on reasons behind the company's filing for bankruptcy; Potential for defaults with several creditors; Projected losses of the US airline industry in 2004.
- ENTERPRISES ON A KNIFE EDGE. Gwyther, Matthew // Management Today;Mar2010, p9
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one on an interview with EMI Music chief executive officer Elio Leoni-Sceti, radical shake-up of GlaxoSmithKline, and on coaching session.
- The Change Game. Steinburg, Craig // Training & Development;May91, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p14
Presents tips for chief executive officers to successfully implement organizational change. Importance of building a strong human resources organization; Importance of communication within the organization; Chief executive officers' modeling of desired behaviors to motivate change.
- The new CEO. Hsieh, Tsun-yan; Bear, Stephen // Across the Board;Apr95, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p16
Offers advice on how new chief executive officers (CEOs) can use periods of transition to bring about significant organizational change. Responsibilities of a CEO; Possibilities and opportunities to explore; Challenges faced by new chief executive officers.
- Ten commandments for CEOs seeking organizational change. Reynierse, James H. // Business Horizons;Jan/Feb94, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p40
Discusses the chief executive officer's (CEO) role in organizational change. Strategy-driven; Top-down involvement; Organizational assessment; Clarification of core values; Workforce involvement; Inspirational leadership; Communication; Financial focus; Training; Personal recognition programs.
- CREATING BOTTOM-UP CHANGE. Horton, Thomas R. // Management Review;Aug87, Vol. 76 Issue 8, p5
Praises top executives in the U.S. who have made effective changes in their companies. Donald Petersen and Philip Caldwell of Ford Motor Co.; Organizational effectiveness and revitalization efforts by Richard Heckert, chief executive officer of E.I. Du Pont; Rebuilding of Italtel's management...
- Out of the shadows. Hayman, Brian // CA Magazine;Oct2001, Vol. 134 Issue 8, p47
Comments on the evaluation of a company's chief executive officer (CEO). Importance of governing boards; Link of CEO evaluation to organization performance; Criteria for assessing organizational performance.