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Abdelal, R. 2010. The promise and peril of Russia's resurgent state. Harvard Business Review (January-February): 125-129.

Abdelal, R., A. Khan and T. Khanna. 2008. Big picture: Where oil-rich nations are placing their bets. Harvard Business Review (September): 119-128.

Abele, J. 2011. Bringing minds together. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 86-93. ("Community building begins with convincing people who don't need to work together that they should.").

Abernathy, W. and K. Wayne. 1974. Limits to the learning curve. Harvard Business Review. (September-October): 109-119.

Abernathy, W. J., K. B. Clark and A. M. Kantrow. 1981. The new industrial competition. Harvard Business Review (September-October): 68-81. (These authors discuss how Japanese and European competition has affected U.S. manufacturers in automobiles, machine tools, minicomputers, commercial aircraft, textile machinery, and color TV sets. Using autos as an example they attribute Japanese success to superiority in manufacturing processes and work force management).

Abrahamson, E. 2000. Change without pain. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 75-79. (Summary).

Abrami, R. M., W. C. Kirby and F. W. McFarlan. 2014. Why China can't innovate. Harvard Business Review (March): 107-111.

Achor, S. 2012. Positive intelligence. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 100-102.

Acworth, W. M. 1923. Railway grouping in England. Harvard Business Review (July): 414-416.

Adamson, B., M. Dixon and N. Toman. 2012. The end of solution sales. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 60-68.

Adamson, B., M. Dixon and N. Toman. 2013. Dismantling the sales machine. Harvard Business Review (November): 102-109.

Adler, P., C. Hecksher and L. Prusak. 2011. Building a collaborative enterprise. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 94-101.

Adner, R. 2006. Match your innovation strategy to your innovation ecosystem. Harvard Business Review (April): 98-107.

Adner, R. and D. C. Snow. 2010. Bold retreat. Harvard Business Review (March): 76-81.

Aggarwal, S. C. 1985. MRP, JIT, OPT, FMS? Harvard Business Review (September-October): 8-10.

Ahrendts, A. 2013. Burberry's CEO on turning an aging British icon into a global luxury brand. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 39-42.

Akula, V. 2008. Business basics at the base of the pyramid. Harvard Business Review (June): 53-57.

Alaix, J. R. 2014. The CEO of Zoetis on how he prepared for the top job. Harvard Business Review (June): 41-44.

Alber, L. 2014. The CEO of Williams-Sonoma on blending instinct with analysis. Harvard Business Review (September): 41-44.

Alexander, M. and H. Korine. 2008. When you shouldn't go global. Harvard Business Review (December): 70-77.

Alexander, R. S. 1927. Commercial fairs and expositions. Harvard Business Review (July): 433-447.

Algesheimer, R. and P. M. Dholakia. 2006. Do customer communities pay off? Harvard Business Review (November): 26-30.

Allen, B. 1987. Make information services pay its own way. Harvard Business Review (January-February): 57-63.

Allen, H. and S. Sullivan. 2006. Seeing the "health care costs. Harvard Business Review (February): 48-56.

Allmendinger, G. and R. Lombreglia. 2005. Four strategies for the age of smart services. Harvard Business Review (October): 131-145. (Four basic business models for companies that embrace smart services: The embedded innovator, the solutionist, the aggregator, and the synergist).

Amabile, T., C. M. Fisher and J. Pillemer. 2014. IDEO's culture of helping. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 54-61.

Amabile, T. M. 1998. How to kill creativity: Keep doing what you're doing. Or, if you want to spark innovation, rethink how you motivate, reward, and assign work to people. Harvard Business Review (September-October): 77- 87. (Summary).

Amabile, T. M. and M. Khaire. 2008. Creativity and the role of the leader. Harvard Business Review (October): 100-109.

Amabile, T. M. and S. J. Kramer. 2007. Inner work life: Understanding the subtext of business performance. Harvard Business Review (May): 72-83. (Performance is driven by the workers' state of mind).

Amabile, T. M. and S. J. Kramer. 2011. The power of small wins. Harvard Business Review (May): 70-80. ("In a 1968 issue of HBR, Frederick Herzberg published a now-classic article titled "One More Time: How Do You Motivate Employees?" Our findings are consistent with his message: People are most satisfied with their jobs (and therefore most motivated) when those jobs give them the opportunity to experience achievement." See Herzberg, F. 2003. One more time: How do you motivate employees? Harvard Business Review (January): 87-96. (Summary).

Amabile, T. M., C. N. Hadley and S. J. Kramer. 2002. Creativity under the gun. Harvard Business Review (August): 52-61.

Amos, D. P. 2010. Afliac's CEO explains how he fell for the duck. Harvard Business Review (January-February): 131-134.

Anand, B. and A. Galetovic. 2004. How market smarts can protect property rights. Harvard Business Review (December): 72-79. (Six market strategies for protecting intellectual property).

Ancona, D., T. W. Malone, W. J. Orlikowski and P. M. Senge. 2007. In praise of the incomplete leader. Harvard Business Review (February): 92-100.

Anderson, C. 2013. How to give a killer presentation. Harvard Business Review (June): 121-125.

Anderson, E. and D. Simester. 2003. Mind your pricing cues. Harvard Business Review (September): 96-103. (The effectiveness of sale signs, prices that end in 9, signpost items, and pricing guarantees).

Anderson, E. and V. Onyemah. 2006. How right should the customer be? Harvard Business Review (July/August): 59-67.

Anderson, E. T. and D. Simester. 2011. A step-by-step guide to smart business experiments. Harvard Business Review (March): 98-105.

Anderson, E. T., D. Mok and N. Jairam. 2013. Escaping the discount trap. Harvard Business Review (September): 121-125.

Anderson, J. C., J. A. Narus and M. Wouters. 2014. Tiebreaker selling. Harvard Business Review (March): 90-96.

Anderson, J. C., J. A. Narus and W. van Rossum. 2006. Customer value propositions in business markets. Harvard Business Review (March): 90-99.

Anderson, R. H. 2014. How we did it... Delta's CEO on using innovative thinking to revive a bankrupt airline. Harvard Business Review (December): 43-47.

Anderson, S. W. 1924. The Federal Reserve System in its relation to inflation and deflation. Harvard Business Review (January): 201-206 .

Anderson, S. W. 1927. Provisions of industrial preferred stocks. Harvard Business Review (October): 32-43.

Andress, F. J. 1954. The learning curve as a production tool. The Harvard Business Review (January-February): 87-97.

Andrew, J. R. and H. L. Sirkin. 2003. Innovating for cash. Harvard Business Review (September): 76-83. (Three approaches to innovation: Integrator - Manage all the steps to generate profits from an idea; Orchestrator - Focus on some steps and link with partners to perform the rest; and Licensor - License the innovation to another company to take it to market).

Anthony, R. N. 1987. We don't have the accounting concepts we need. Harvard Business Review (January-February).

Anthony, S. D. 2009. Major league innovation. Harvard Business Review (October): 51-54.

Anthony, S. C., D. S. Duncan and P. M. A. Siren. 2014. Build an innovation engine in 90 days. Harvard Business Review (December): 59-68.

Anthony, S. D. 2012. The new corporate garage. Harvard Business Review (September): 44-53. (The fourth era of innovation).

Anthony, S. D., M. Eyring and L. Gibson. 2006. Mapping your innovation strategy. Harvard Business Review (May): 104-113.

Antioco, J. 2011. Blockbuster's former CEO on sparring with an activist shareholder. Harvard Business Review (April): 39-44.

Antonakis, J., M. Fenley and S. Liechti. 2012. Learning charisma: Transforming yourself into the person others want to follow. Harvard Business Review (June): 127-130.

Aoki, K. and T. T. Lennerfors. 2013. The new improved keiretsu. Harvard Business Review (September): 109-113.

Apgar, M. IV. 2009. What every leader should know about real estate. Harvard Business Review (November): 100-107.

Apgar, M. IV. and J. M. Keane. 2004. New business with the new military. Harvard Business Review (September): 45-56.

Aral, S. and D. Walker. 2011. Forget viral marketing - Make the product itself viral. Harvard Business Review (June): 34-35.

Argenti, P. 2002. Crisis communication: Lessons from 9/11. Harvard Business Review (December): 103-119.

Argyris, C. 1991. Teaching smart people how to learn. Harvard Business Review (May-June): 99-109.

Ariely, D. 2007. The customers' revenge. Harvard Business Review (December): 31-36, 38, 40, 42-43. (Case study).

Ariely, D. 2009. The end of rational economics.Harvard Business Review (July-August): 78-84.

Armstrong, D. J. 1985. Sharpening inventory management. Harvard Business Review (December): 42-43, 46-48, 50-51, 54, 58.

Arnold, J. H. 1986. Assessing capital risk: You can't be too conservative. Harvard Business Review (September-October): 113-121.

Aron, R. and J. V. Singh. 2005. Getting offshoring right. Harvard Business Review (December): 135-143.

Arrunada, B. and X. H. Vazquez. 2006. When your contract manufacturer becomes your competitor. Harvard Business Review (September): 135-144.

Arthur, W. B. 1996. Increasing returns and the new world of business. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 100-109.

Arzac, E. R. 1986. Do your business units create shareholder value? Harvard Business Review (January-February): 121-126.

Ashford, S. J. and J. Detert. 2015. Get the boss to buy in. Learn to sell your ideas up the chain of command. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 72-79.

Ashkenas, R. 2007. Simplicity-minded management. Harvard Business Review (December): 101-109.

Ashkenas, R., S. Francis and R. Heinick. 2011. The merger dividend. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 126-133. (An acquisition can help you develop your top talent).

Ashraf, N. 2013. Rx: Human nature. Harvard Business Review (April): 119-125. (Behavior and health).

Ashton, J. E., F. X. Cook Jr. and P. Schmitz. 2003. Uncovering hidden value in a midsize manufacturing company. Harvard Business Review (June): 111-119.

Aspinall, M. G. and R. G. Hamermesh. 2007. Realizing the promise of personalized medicine. Harvard Business Review (October): 108-117.

Austin, R. D. and C. A. R. Darby. 2003. The myth of secure computing. Harvard Business Review (June): 120-126.

Avery, J., S. Fournier and J. Wittenbraker. 2014. Unlock the mysteries of your customer relationships. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 72-81.

Avery, J., T. Steenburgh, R. Martin and M. Volpe. 2012. Target the right market. Harvard Business Review (October): 119-123.

Axelrod, B., H. Handfield-Jones and E. Michaels. 2002. A new game plan for C players. Harvard Business Review (January): 80-88. (Talent management).

Babe, G. S. 2011. The CEO of Bayer Corp. on creating a lean growth machine. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 41-45.

Badaracco, J. L. Jr. 2006. Leadership in literature. Harvard Business Review (March): 47-55.

Baghai, M., S. Smit and P. Viguerie. 2009. Is your growth strategy flying blind? Harvard Business Review (May): 86-96.

Bamford, J., D. Ernst and D. G. Fubini. 2004. Launching a world-class joint venture. Harvard Business Review (February): 90-100.

Banaji, M. R., M. H. Bazerman and D. Chugh. 2003. How (un)ethical are you? Harvard Business Review (December): 56-64.

Banks, J. and D. Coutu. 2008. Managing yourself: How to protect your job in a recession. Harvard Business Review (September): 113-116.

Banks, R. L. and S. C. Wheelwright. 1979. Operations vs. strategy: Trading tomorrow for today. Harvard Business Review (May-June): 112-120.

Bansi, N. and G. Tuff. 2012. Managing your innovation portfolio. Harvard Business Review (May): 66-74.

Barber, F. and M. Goold. 2007. The strategic secret of private equity. Harvard Business Review (September): 53-61. (Buying to sell).

Barber, F. and R. Strack. 2005. The surprising economics of a "people business". Harvard Business Review (June): 80-90.

Barber, J. H. 1925. Budget sales quotas: A problem and suggested solution. Harvard Business Review (January): 210-220.

Barker, R. 2010. No, management is not a profession. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 52-60.

Barner, M. 2007. Be a socially responsible corporation. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 59-60.

Barton, D. and D. Court. 2012. Making advanced analytics work for you: A Practical guide to capitalizing on big data. Harvard Business Review (October): 78-83. (Choose the right data, Build models that predict and optimize business outcomes, and Transform your company's capabilities).

Barton, D. and M. Wiseman. 2015. Where boards fall short. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 98-104.

Bassi, L. and D. McMurrer. 2007. Maximizing your return on people. Harvard Business Review (March): 115-123.

Bartlett, C. A. and S. Ghoshal. 2003. What is a global manager? Harvard Business Review (August): 101-108.

Barton, D. 2011. Capitalism for the long term. Harvard Business Review (March): 84-91.

Barton, D. and M. Wiseman. 2014. Focusing capital on the long term. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 44-51.

Barwise, P. and S. Meehan. 2010. The one thing you must get right when building a brand. Harvard Business Review (December): 80-84.

Batten, F. 2002. Out of the blue and into the black. Harvard Business Review (April): 112-119.

Battilana, J. and T. Casciaro. 2013. The network secrets of great change agents. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 62-68.

Bauer, J. 1926. The problem of effective regulation of public utilities. Harvard Business Review (October): 68-79.

Bazerman, M. H. 2014. Becoming a first-class noticer. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 116-119.

Bazerman, M. H. and A. E. Tenbrunsel. 2011. Ethical breakdowns. Harvard Business Review (April): 58-65.

Bazerman, M. H. and D. Chugh. 2006. Decisions without blinders. Harvard Business Review (January): 88-97.

Bazerman, M. H., G. Loewenstein and D. A. Moore. 2002. Why good accountants do bad audits. Harvard Business Review (November): 97-102. (Summary).

Beard, A. 2010. Losing the top job - and winning it back. Harvard Business Review (October): 136-138.

Beard, A. 2011. Forced to shut down. Harvard Business Review (May): 132-134.

Beard, A. 2011. Surviving twin challenges - At home and work. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 164-166.

Beard, A. 2015. Rats can be smarter than people. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 30-31.

Beard, A. 2014. Women too respond to sexual cues by taking more risks. Harvard Business Review (April): 30-31.

Beard, A., R. Hornik, H. Wang, M. Ennes, E. Rush and S. Presnal. 2011. It's hard to be good: But it's worth it. Here are five companies whose success is built on responsible business practices. Harvard Business Review (November): 88-96. (Royal DSM, Southwest Airlines, Broad Group, Potash Corporation, and Unilever).

Bearden, N., C. Oelschlegel and J. F. Brown. 2014. Is it ever ok to break a promise? Harvard Business Review (September): 119-123.

Becht, B. 2010. Building a company without borders. Harvard Business Review (April): 103-106.

Beer, M. and N. Nohria. 2000. Cracking the code of change. Harvard Business Review (May-June): 133-141. (Summary).

Beer, M. and R. A. Eisenstat. 2004. How to have an honest conversation about your business strategy. Harvard Business Review (February): 82-89.

Beeson, J. 2009. Managing yourself: Why you didn't get that promotion. Harvard Business Review (June): 101-105.

Beeson, J., J. W. Rowe, E. Reilly, J. A. Conger, D. A. Ready and M. Jordan. 2006. Indispensable. Harvard Business Review (September): 37-50. (Case).

Beinhocker, E., I. Davis and L. Mendonca. 2009. The 10 trends you have to watch. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 55-60.

Bell, D. E. and M. L. Shelman. 2011. KFC's radical approach to China. Harvard Business Review (November): 137-142.

Bell, J. W. 1928. The Canadian gold situation - Is Canada's gold reserve too large? Harvard Business Review (October): 1-19.

Bell, K. 2010. Will the internet destroy us? Harvard Business Review (December): 138-139.

Bendapudi, N. and V. Bendapudi. 2005. Creating the living brand. Harvard Business Review (May): 124-132.

Benkler, Y. 2011. The unselfish gene. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 76-85. (The deep-rooted belief about human selfishness is beginning to change. This research indicates that companies should use systems that rely on engagement and a sense of common purpose to motivate people, rather than controls, carrots and sticks).

Benko, C. and B. Pelster. 2013. How women decide. Harvard Business Review (September): 78-84.

Bennett, N. and S. A. Miles. 2006. Second in command. Harvard Business Review (May): 71-78.

Bennis, W. 2002. Will the legacy live on? Harvard Business Review (February): 95-99. (The bottom line on Jack Welch).

Bennis, W. G. and R. J. Thomas. 2002. Crucibles of leadership. Harvard Business Review (September): 39-45.

Bennis, W. G. 2004. The seven ages of the leader. Harvard Business Review (January): 46-53.

Bennis, W. G. and J. O'Toole. 2005. How business schools lost their way: Too focused on "scientific" research, business schools are hiring professors with limited real-world experience and graduating students who are ill equipped to wrangle with complex, unquantifiable issues - in other words, the stuff of management.". Harvard Business Review (May): 96-104. (Summary).

Bensaou, M. and M. Earl. 1998. The right mind-set for managing information technology. Harvard Business Review (September-October): 119-128. (Compares the western approach with how Japanese companies manage information technology). (Summary).

Benson, H. 2005. Are you working too hard? A conversation with mind/body researcher Herbert Benson. Harvard Business Review (November): 53-58.

Berglas, S. 2002. The very real dangers of executive coaching. Harvard Business Review (June): 86-93.

Berglas, S. 2004. Chronic time abuse. Harvard Business Review (June): 90-97.

Berglas, S. 2006. How to keep A players productive. Harvard Business Review (September): 104-112.

Berinato, S. 2011. The demographics of cool: Don't market to who they are. Understand how they think. Harvard Business Review (December): 136-137.

Berinato, S. 2014. With big data comes big responsibility. Harvard Business Review (November): 100-104.

Berle, A. A. Jr. 1926. Protection of non-voting stock. Harvard Business Review (April): 257-265.

Berle, A. A. 1927. Management power and stockholders' property. Harvard Business Review (July): 424-432.

Bernoff, J. and T. Schadler. 2010. Empowered. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 94-101. (Dealing with angry tweets).

Bernotat, W. H. 2007. Take responsibility for climate change. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 58-59.

Bernstein, E. 2014. The transparency trap. To much openness can be counterproductive. Privacy is just as important to performance. Harvard Business Review (October): 58-66.

Bernstein, P. L. 2009. The moral hazard economy. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 101-103.

Berry, L. L. and N. Bendapudi. 2003. Clueing in customers. Harvard Business Review (February): 100-106.

Berry, L. L., A. M. Mirabito and W. B. Baun. 2010. What's the hard return on employee wellness programs? Harvard Business Review (December): 104-112.

Bertelli, P. 2012. Prada's CEO on staying independent in a consolidating industry. Harvard Business Review (September): 39-42.

Bertini, M. and J. T. Gourville. 2012. Pricing to create shared value: Rethinking the way prices are set can expand the pie for everyone. Harvard Business Review (June): 96-104. (Principles of shared value pricing: Focus on relationships, not on transactions, Be proactive, Put a premium on flexibility, Promote transparency, and Manage the market's standards for fairness. Includes a case study related to pricing at the London Olympics).

Bertini, M. and L. Wathieu. 2010. How to stop customers from fixating on price. Harvard Business Review (May): 84-91.

Bertini, M., J. T. Gourville, R. Gonzalez and K. L. Keller. 2011. Time for a unified campaign? Harvard Business Review (June): 129-133.

Bertini, M., L Wathieu, B. P. Sigman and M. I. Norton. 2012. Do social deal sites really work? Harvard Business Review (May): 139-143.

Bertini, M., N. Kumar, G. Tacke and A. G. Gulla. 2010. The upstart's assault. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 159-163. (Case study).

Bettencourt, L. A. and A. W. Ulwick. 2008. The customer-centered innovation map. Harvard Business Review (May): 109-114.

Bettencourt, L. A. and S. L. Bettencourt. 2011. Innovating on the cheap. Harvard Business Review (June): 88-94.

Beyersdorfer, D., V. Dessain, C. Mentzelopoulos, and P. S. de Rothschild. 2011. Preserve the luxury or extend the brand? Harvard Business Review (January/February): 173-177.

Beyersdorfer, D., V. Dessain, Z. Ton, N. Hollanders and M. Barberán. 2012. Bonuses in bad times. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 153-157.

Bezos, J., J. Kirby and T. A. Stewart. 2007. The institutional yes. Harvard Business Review (October): 74-82. (Kirby and Stewart interview Amazon's Jeff Bezos).

Bhasin, P. 2011. Genpact's CEO on building an industry in India from scratch. Harvard Business Review (June): 45-48.

Bhattacharya, A. K. and D. C. Michael. 2008. How local companies keep multinationals at bay. Harvard Business Review (March): 84-95.

Bhide, A. 2010. The judgment deficit: Statistical models have deprived the financial sector of the case-by-case judgment that makes capitalism thrive. That must change. Harvard Business Review (September): 44-53. ("Decentralized individual judgment and initiative are essential to the success of the modern capitalist economy.").

Bingham, W. V. 1926. Measures of occupational success. Harvard Business Review (October): 1-10.

Birkinshaw, J. 2014. Beware the next big thing. Before you adopt a new management idea, figure out if it's right for you.  Harvard Business Review (May): 50-57.

Birkinshaw, J. and J. Cohen. 2013. Make time for the work that matters. Harvard Business Review (September): 115-118.

Birnbaum, D. 2014. SodaStream's CEO on turning a banned Super Bowl ad into marketing gold. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 39-42.

Bishop, A. L. 1926. Insurance problems of the business executive. Harvard Business Review (January): 171-178.

Bishop, A. L. 1926. The settlement of claims under lapsed life insurance policies. Harvard Business Review (July): 439-444.

Bishop, A. L. 1928. Business life insurance. Harvard Business Review (July): 410-419.

Black, J. S. and A. J. Morrison. 2010. A cautionary tale for emerging market giants: How leadership failures in corporate Japan knocked its companies off the world stage. Harvard Business Review (September): 99-103.

Blanchard, R. 1928. The utilization of water power in France. Harvard Business Review (January): 176-187.

Blank, S. 2013. Why the lean start-up changes everything. Harvard Business Review (May): 63-72.

Blenko, M. W., M. C. Mankins and P. Rogers. 2010. The decision-driven organization. Harvard Business Review (June): 54-62.

Bloom, N. and S. Berinato. 2014. To raise productivity, let more employees work from home. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 28-29.

Bloom, N., R. Sadun and J. Van Reenen. 2012. Does management really work? How three essential practices can address even the most complex global problems. Harvard Business Review (November): 76-82.

Bockus, C. E. 1923. Bituminous coal problems. Harvard Business Review (April): 290-299.

Bodie, Z., R. S. Kaplan and R. C. Merton. 2003. For the last time: Stock options are an expense. Harvard Business Review (March): 62-71.

Bodrock, P., A. L. Boeckmann, R. Di Tella, T. W. Dunfee and B. Djelic. 2005. The shakedown. Harvard Business Review (March): 31-35. (Case study).

Bohmer, R. M. J. 2010. Fixing health care on the front lines. Harvard Business Review (April): 62-69.

Bonabeau, E. 2002. Predicting the unpredictable. Harvard Business Review (March): 109-116. (Using agent-based modeling, i.e., sophisticated computer simulations, to predict, shape and control emergent phenomena, i.e., phenomena that occur as a result of collective group behavior).

Bonabeau, E. 2003. Don't trust your gut. Harvard Business Review (May): 116-123. (Discussion of when to use a new set of analytical tools and some old ones. Agent-based modeling, open-ended artificial evolution, interactive evolution, interactive open-ended search, decision trees, real options, simulation modeling, scenario planning, optimization, and data mining).

Bonabeau, E. 2004. The perils of the imitation age. Harvard Business Review (June): 45-47,49-54. (Summary).

Bonabeau, E. and C. Meyer. 2001. Swarm intelligence: A whole new way to think about business. Harvard Business Review (May): 107-114. (Summary).

Bonabeau, E., N. Bodick and R. W. Armstrong. 2008. A more rational approach to new-product development. Harvard Business Review (March): 96-102.

Bonoma, T. V. 2006. Major sales. Who really does the buying? Harvard Business Review (July/August): 172-181.

Borden, N. H. 1925. The Harvard advertising awards. Harvard Business Review (April): 257-264.

Borden, N. H. 1926. Some recent books on advertising. Harvard Business Review (October): 116-123.

Bossidy, L. 2007. What your leader expects of you. Harvard Business Review (April): 58-65.

Boudreau, K. J. and K. R. Lakhani. 2013. Using the crowd as an innovation partner. Harvard Business Review (April): 60-69.

Bower, J. L. 2007. Solve the succession crisis by growing inside-outside leaders. Harvard Business Review (November): 90-96.

Bower, J. L. and C. G. Gilbert. 2007. How managers' everyday decisions create or destroy your company's strategy. Harvard Business Review (February): 72-79.

Bower, J. L., H. B. Leonard and L. S. Paine. 2011. Global capitalism at risk. What are you doing about it? Harvard Business Review (September): 104-112.

Bower, M. 1930. The merchandising of ideas. Harvard Business Review (October): 26-34.

Bowser, H. R. 1926. Economic aspects of American foreign trade. Harvard Business Review (October): 55-67.

Boyatzis, R., A. McKee and D. Goleman. 2002. Reawakening your passion for work. Harvard Business Review (April): 86-94.

Bradach, J. L., T. J. Tierney and N. Stone. 2008. Delivering on the promise of nonprofits. Harvard Business Review (December): 88-97.

Bradley, B., P. Jansen and L. Silverman. 2003. The nonprofit sector's $100 billion opportunity. Harvard Business Review (May): 94-103.

Breen, R. T., P. F. Nunes and W. E. Shill. 2007. The chief strategy officer. Harvard Business Review (October): 84-93.

Breitfelder, M. D. and D. W. Dowling. 2008. Why did we ever go into HR? Harvard Business Review (July-August): 39-43.

Bremmer, I. 2005. Managing risk in an unstable world: As emerging markets generate greater shares of global supply and demand, companies need better methods to weigh political risk against financial reward. Harvard Business Review (June): 51-60.

Bremmer, I. 2014. The new rules of globalization. Harvard Business Review (January/Feburary): 103-107.

Bremmer, I. and F. Zakaria. 2006. Hedging political risk in China. Harvard Business Review (November): 22-25.

Bremmer, I, P. Keat and R. Schaap. 2009 Country assessments. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 138-139.

Brett, J., K. Behfar and M. C. Kern. 2006. Managing multicultural teams. Harvard Business Review (November): 84-91.

Brett, J. M., R. Friedman and K. Behfar. 2009. How to manage your negotiating team. Harvard Business Review (September): 105-109.

Brinker, S. and L. McLellan. 2014. The rise of the chief marketing technologist. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 82-85.

Brockner, J. 2006. Why it's so hard to be fair. Harvard Business Review (March): 122-129. (Personnel management).

Bronwyn, F. 2008. Timeless leadership. Harvard Business Review (March): 45-49.

Brousseau, K. R., M. J. Driver, G. Hourihan and R. Larsson. 2006. The seasoned executive's decision-making style. Harvard Business Review (February): 110-121.

Brown, B. and S. D. Anthony. How P&G tripled its innovation success rate. Harvard Business Review (June): 64-72.

Brown, J. S. 2002. Research that reinvents the corporation. Harvard Business Review (August): 105-112,114. (Reprint of Brown's 1991 HBR article).

Brown, P. W. 1924. Determination of net earnings available for bond interest. Harvard Business Review (January): 219-223.

Brown, S. 2008. HBR case study: Don't try this offshore. Harvard Business Review (September): 39-44, 46, 48, 50.

Brown, T. 2008. Design thinking. Harvard Business Review (June): 84-92.

Bruch, H. and J. I. Menges. 2010. The acceleration TRAP. Harvard Business Review (April): 80-86.

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Collins, J. 2005. Level 5 leadership: The triumph of humility and fierce resolve. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 136-146. (Reprint of Collins' 2001 HBR article).

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Collingwood, H. and D. L. Coutu. 2002. Jack on Jack. Harvard Business Review (February): 88-94. (Interview with Jack Welch, GE's former CEO).

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Corstjens, M. and R. Lal. 2012. Retail doesn't cross borders. Harvard Business Review (April): 104-111.

Cote, D. 2013. Honeywell's CEO on how he avoided layoffs. Harvard Business Review (June): 43-46.

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Coutu, D. 2006. Ideas as art. Harvard Business Review (October): 82-89.

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Coutu, D. 2009. Leadership lessons from Abraham Lincoln. Harvard Business Review (April): 43-47.

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Coutu, D. L. 2002. How resilience works: Confronted with life's hardships, some people snap, and others snap back. Harvard Business Review (May): 46-51. ("More than education, more than experience, more than training, a person's level of resilience will determine who succeeds and who fails. That's true in the cancer ward, it's true in the Olympics, and it's true in the boardroom.").

Coutu, D. L. 2002. Managing emotional fallout. Harvard Business Review (February): 55-60.

Coutu, D. L. 2002. The anxiety of learning. Harvard Business Review (March): 100-107. (Summary).

Coutu, D. L. 2003. I was greedy, too. Harvard Business Review (February): 38-44.

Coutu, D. L. 2003. Sense and reliability: A conversation with celebrated psychologist Karl E. Weick. Harvard Business Review (April): 84-90.

Coutu, D. L. 2004. Losing it. Your star performer is flying off the rails, and colleagues and clients can't seem to stop the crash. What now? Harvard Business Review (April): 37-47. (Case study).

Coutu, D. L. 2004. Putting leaders on the couch. Harvard Business Review (January): 64-71.

Coutu, D. L. 2005. Strategic intensity: A conversation with world chess champion Garry Kasparov. Harvard Business Review (April): 49-53.

Coyne, K. P. and E. J. Coyne, Sr. 2007. Surviving your new CEO. Harvard Business Review (May): 62-69 .

Coyne, K. P. and J. Horn. 2009. Predicting your competitor's reaction. Harvard Business Review (April): 90-97.

Coyne, K. P. and J. W. Witter. 2002. Taking the mystery out of investor behavior. Harvard Business Review (September): 68-78.

Coyne, K. P., P. G. Clifford and R. Dye. 2007. Breakthrough thinking from inside the box. Harvard Business Review (December): 70-78.

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Craumer, M., T. Kelley, P. Pejovich, L. Duncan and J. Kao. 2002. The sputtering R&D machine. Harvard Business Review (August): 25-36. (Case study).

Crawford, R. J. 1998. Reinterpreting the Japanese economic miracle. Harvard Business Review (January-February): 179-184. (Summary).

Critelli, M. J. 2005. Back where we belong. Harvard Business Review (May): 47-54. (Pitney Bowes diversification turned out to be a mistake).

Cross, R. and L. Prusak. 2002. The people who make organizations go - or stop. Harvard Business Review (June): 104-111. (Managing networks of personal contracts by focusing on the employees who play four critical linking roles: The central connector, the boundary spanner, the information broker, and the peripheral specialist).

Cross, R. and R. Thomas. 2001. A smarter way to network. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 149-153.

Cross, R., J. Liedtka and L. Weiss. 2005. A practical guide to social networks. Harvard Business Review (March): 124-132. (Three types of social networks: Customized response, modular response, and routine response).

Cross, T. 2011. A rush to failure? Harvard Business Review (April): 127-131.

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Crum, W. L. 1927. An iron producer and the business cycle. Harvard Business Review (April): 298-306.

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Crum, W. L. and H. B. Vanderblue. 1925. The relations of a commercial bank to the business cycle. Harvard Business Review (April): 297-311.

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Daniels, W. M. 1929. The O'Fallon decision. Harvard Business Review (October): 1-9. (Related to excess earnings of a railroad).

Darling, M., C. Parry and J. Moore. 2005. Learning in the thick of it. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 84-92. (The U.S. Army's standing enemy brigade, where soldiers learn and improve in the midst of battle).

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Daugherty, C. R. 1928. An index of the installation of machinery in the United States since 1850. Harvard Business Review (April): 278-292.

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