Strategy / Editing Portfolio / By Deborah Milstein All articles published by MIT Sloan Management Review online and in print. Bed Bath & Bankruptcy: Lessons for Senior LeadersBed Bath & Beyond’s bankruptcy exposes the perils of focusing on financials at the expense of customer value creation. The Crisis in Ukraine Spells More Trouble for Semiconductor SupplySemiconductor manufacturers must invest in alternative sources for key materials to mitigate supply chain risks. Great Strategy Considers More Than Customers and InvestorsGreat strategy addresses investor and consumer interests and also recognizes the value of nontraditional stakeholders. Gain Competitive Advantage by Transcending the Front-Line ParadoxFront-line employees are uniquely aware of the early symptoms of coming change. Management should heed their insights. Don’t Let Your Strategy Be HijackedStrategy hijacks — situations in which companies must adjust their strategies due to consumer backlash — can be predicted and avoided. What Makes Successful Frameworks Rise Above the RestSeven evaluation criteria leaders can use to assess and strengthen the business frameworks they create. Three Proactive Response Strategies to COVID-19 Business ChallengesAmid pandemic-driven market changes, opportunities await organizations that proactively adjust their business strategies. Is Your Brand Purpose at Risk of Being Obsolete?Three trending emotional priorities show signs of becoming long-term fixtures in consumers’ collective conscience. Reviving High-Touch Business Models for the Social Distancing EraSocial distancing has renewed consumer interest in high-touch, full-service business models. Changing How We Think About ChangeA fundamental source of confusion about change is the use of that single term — change — to refer to three distinct strategies. Responding to Crises With Speed and AgilityThe pandemic has shown how both speed and agility can help drive global business during a crisis.