(partial list; hard copy available on request)

Speech Reprints

"Humanities and Business: The Twain Shall Meet - But How?", Vital Speeches, Vol. #20, Aug. 1984 (speaker: Roger B. Smith, CEO, General Motors Corp.).

"Black Hats, Economists, and the Societal Risk Assessment," Vital Speeches, Vol. LII, #4, Dec. 1, 1985 (speaker: Marina v.N. Whitman, VP and Group Executive, General Motors Corp.).

"Catalysts of Genius, Dealers in Hope...and Other Roles of Contemporary Leadership, Vital Speeches, Sept. 26, 1986 (speaker: Lloyd E. Reuss, Executive VP, General Motors Corp.)

"The Marketing and Product Planning Outlook," Executive Speeches, Vol. 1, #3, Oct. 1986 (speaker: Robert T. O'Connell, VP, Marketing and Product Planning, General Motors Corp.).

"Campus and Corporation: A Common Agenda for Competitiveness," Executive Speeches, Vol. 1, #7, Feb. 1987 (speaker: Roger B. Smith).

"The Auto and the Environment: The Keys to Co-existence," Economic Club of Detroit, Jan. 6, 1989 (speaker: Roger B. Smith).

"Smart Cars and Smart Policies - We Need Both," Vital Speeches, Vol. LV, #17, June 15, 1989 (speaker: Roger B. Smith).

"Competitiveness in the 90s: Adjusting the Sails," Executive Speeches, Vol. 4, #3, Oct. 1989 (speaker: Roger B. Smith)

"The Work World in the 21st Century," Executive Speeches. Vol. 4, #5, Dec. 1989 (speaker: Roger B. Smith).

"Framework for Greatness," ESD Technology, Sept. 1990 (speaker: Lloyd E. Reuss, President, General Motors Corp.).

"Progress Through Innovation: You Can't Have One Without the Other," Vital Speeches, Vol. LVII, #18, July 1, 1992 (speaker: Robert G. McVicker, Senior VP, Technology, Kraft General Foods). Also in The Business Speaker's Almanac, ed. Jack Griffin and Alice Marks (New York: Prentice-Hall), 1994.

"Greener and Better: Packaging Challenges for the 90s," Expansion Management, Mar.-Apr. 1993 (speaker: Richard P. Mayer, Chairman and CEO, Kraft General Foods).

"Leveraging Economic Power to Gain Success," The Black Voice News, Oct. 31, 1995 (speaker: Robert A. Eckert, Group VP, Kraft Foods). Also in Executive Speeches, Vol. 11, #3, Dec. 1996/Jan. 1997.

"Profitable Growth = Understanding Customers + Adding Value + Managing Change," Turkey Today and Tomorrow (Magazine of National Turkey Federation), Apr. 1997 (speaker: Robert A. Eckert).

"Career Strategies for the 21st Century," Equal Opportunity, Winter 1998 (speaker: Valentin Fernandez, VP, Strategy and Systems, Kraft Foods).

Book Chapters

"Change at General Motors," in Strategies...Successes...Senior Executives Speak Out, ed. J. Fred McLimore and Laurie Linwood (New York: Harper & Row), 1988 (byline: Alexander Cunningham, Executive VP, General Motors Corp.).

"A CEO's Perspective on His Public Relations Staff," in Public Relations in Perspective (byline: Roger B. Smith).

Foreword to Corporate PhD: Making the Grade in Business, by Carol Groneman and Robert N. Lear (New York: Facts on File Publications), 1985 (byline: Roger B. Smith, CEO, General Motors Corp).

"The Liberal Arts and the Art of Management," in Educating Managers: Executive Effectiveness Through Liberal Learning (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass), 1986 (byline: Roger B. Smith).

Articles

"Poised at the Threshold of an Exciting New Era of Integrated Imaging Systems," Communications News, Sept. 1982 (byline: Richard Lindenmuth, VP/GM, Burroughs Imaging Systems).

"SWIFT II Promises Expanded Capabilities, New Services," Solutions (Burroughs user magazine), Oct. 1982.

"Integrated Imaging and the 'Missing Link'", Telecommunications, Sept. 1983 (byline: R.L. Emerald, S.A. Hall, and R.J. Mangini, Burroughs Imaging Systems).

"Jesse James at the Terminal," Harvard Business Review, July-Aug. 1985 (byline: William Atkins, National Director, Advanced Technology, Touche-Ross).

"Why Business Needs the Liberal Arts," Business Week's Guide to Careers, March 1986 (byline: Roger B. Smith).

"Competition and the Spirit of Enterprise," The Darden Report, Winter 1986 (byline: Roger B. Smith).

"Hot Dogs, Apple Pie, and Taking Risks - It's the American Way," Ann Arbor Scene Magazine, June 1988 (Byline: Roger B. Smith).

"Security Means Risk-Taking," VFW Magazine, Dec. 1988 (byline: Roger B. Smith).

"The Problem of Growth," The Detroiter, Vo. 11, #2, Feb. 1989 (Byline: Donald Reimer and Herbert Blumberg).

"Beat the Clock," Action Line (magazine of the Automotive Industry Action Group), July 1990 (byline: Lloyd E. Reuss, Executive VP and President-elect, General Motors Corp.).

"Managing Paradoxes and Satisfying Customers," Action Line, Oct. 1990 (byline: Lloyd E. Reuss, President, General Motors Corp.).

"Partnership is Essential to Survival in Green Law Jungle," Food Engineering, Jan. 1993 (byline: Richard P. Mayer, Chairman and CEO, Kraft General Foods).

"Healthful Eating: The Food Industry's Role," Nutrition Today, Jan./Feb. 1994 (byline: Robert G. McVicker, Senior VP, Technology, Kraft General Foods).

"ECR: A Blueprint for Success," Visions and Values: A Leadership Anthology, ed. Gene Hoffman, Progressive Grocer Executive Report, Jan. 1995 (byline: Richard Mayer, CEO, Kraft General Foods).

"Patchwork Regulations Hurt Business," editorial, Philip Morris Globe, Feb. 1995.

"The Globalization of a Food Processor," Food and Drug Law Journal, Vol. 51, #4, 1996 (byline: John Ruff, Senior VP, Technology, Kraft Foods).

"Profitable Growth = Understanding Customers + Adding Value + Managing Change," Turkey World, May-June 1997 (speaker: Robert A. Eckert, President and CEO, Kraft Foods).

"Carpe Diem - Take Advantage of Time," Journal of Advertising Research, Jan./Feb. 1997 (byline: Paula A. Sneed, Senior VP, Marketing Services, Kraft Foods).

"Connecting with the New Consumer," The Advertiser, Nov./Dec. 1998 (byline: Robert A. Eckert, President and CEO, Kraft Foods).

"The Internet as a Brand-Building Opportunity," Digitrends Quarterly Review, Summer 1999 (byline, Kathleen Olvany-Riordan, Director, Media Planning/New Technologies, Kraft Foods).

"Media Outlook From an Advertiser's POV: Defining Your Role in the Revolution," The Advertiser, Feb./Mar. 2000 (byline: Kathleen Olvany-Riordan).

"A Guide to Using – not Abusing – Business Buzzwords," Journal of Employee Communication Management, Nov.-Dec. 2001.

Annual Reports

Burroughs Corp., 1981, 1982, 1983.

Booklets, Brochures

A Career with Burroughs - More Than a Job

Under Lock and Key: An Introduction to Computer Security (Touche-Ross).

Today's Jesse James: Terminals Instead of Guns (Touche-Ross).

Book Summaries

For The FastTrack:

Getting Past "No": Negotiating with Difficult People, William Ury

Anatomy of a Great Executive, John Fareham

The Great Marketing Turnaround, Stan Rapp and Tom Collins The Icarus Paradox: How Exceptional Companies Bring About Their Own Downfall, Danny Miller

Winning Office Politics, Andrew J. DuBrin

For Audio-Tech Business Summaries:

Two Hundred Percent of Nothing, A.K. Dewdney

Give and Take: The Complete Guide to Negotiating Strategies and Tactics, Chester Karras

Real-Time Strategy: Improvising Team-Based Planning for a Fast-Changing World, Lee Tom Perry, Randall G. Scott, and W. Norman Smallwood

For Discover Card Services:

Sur/petition, Edward deBono

Serious Creativity: Using the Power of Lateral Thinking to Create New Ideas, Edward deBono

Generations, William Strauss and Neil Howe (includes critique)

Market Segmentation, Art Weinstein

Health Care Consumers in the 90s, Richard K. Thomas

Targeting the Trend-Setting Consumer, Irma Zandl and Richard Leonard

The Hidden Persuaders, Vance Packard (includes critique)

Generation X, Douglas Coupland (includes critique)