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Falk, H. and J. A. Heintz. 1975. Assessing industry risk by ratio analysis. The Accounting Review (October): 758-779. (JSTOR link).

Falk, H. and J. A. Heintz. 1978. Assessing industry risk by ratio analysis: A reply. The Accounting Review (January): 210-215. (JSTOR link).

Falk, H. and L. A. Gordon. 1978. Assessing industry risk by ratio analysis: Validation. The Accounting Review (January): 216-227. (JSTOR link).

Falsetta, D. and B. Tuttle. 2011. Transferring risk preferences from taxes to investments. Contemporary Accounting Research 28(2): 472-486.

Faraj, S. and Y. Xiao. 2006. Coordination in fast-response organizations. Management Science (August): 1155-1169. (JSTOR link).

Faro, D. and Y. Rottenstreich. 2006. Affect, empathy, and regressive mispredictions of others' preferences under risk. Management Science (April): 529-541. (JSTOR link).

Farrelly, G. E., K. R. Ferris and W. R. Reichenstein. 1985. Perceived risk, market risk, and accounting determined risk measures. The Accounting Review (April): 278-288. (JSTOR link).

Fatoullah, R. A., E. Forspan, J. P. Gorak and S. Kess. 2017. The critical importance of a power of attorney for incapacitated individuals. The CPA Journal (May): 18-22.

Faupel, C. and R. Michels. 2014. Value-based risk management: Costs and benefits. Advances in Management Accounting (24): 239-257.

Favaro, K., D. Meer and S Sharma. 2012. Creating an organic growth machine. Harvard Business Review (May): 96-106.

Favere-Marchesi, M. 2013. Effects of decomposition and categorization on fraud-risk assessments. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 32(4): 201-219.

Feldman, M. S. and B. T. Pentland. 2003. Reconceptualizing organizational routines as a source of flexibility and change. Administrative Science Quarterly 48(1): 94-118. (JSTOR link).

Felix, W. L. Jr. 1972. Estimating the relationship between technical change and reported performance. The Accounting Review (January): 52-63. (JSTOR link).

Fenlon, P. G. and S. Walton. 1916. Insurance on life of an officer. Journal of Accountancy (September): 229-233.

Fennell, M. L. 1984. Synergy, influence, and information in the adoption of administrative innovations. The Academy of Management Journal 27(1): 113-129. (JSTOR link).

Fenton, E. D. Jr. and S. Gao. 2016. Commercial crime insurance for coverage of employee fraud. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 8(1): 18-28.

Ference, S. B. 2016. Managing liability risk after a merger or acquisition. Journal of Accountancy (February): 16-17.

Ference, S. B. 2017. Cybersecurity by the numbers. Journal of Accountancy (July): 20-21.

Ference, S. B. 2017. Professional liability risk resolutions for 2017. Journal of Accountancy (January): 18-20.

Ference, S. B. 2017. Professional liability spotlight: Setting expectations. Journal of Accountancy (October): 16-17.

Ference, S. B. 2017. The armor of awareness. Journal of Accountancy (March): 18-19.

Ference, S. B. and N. Graf. 2016. Controlling your data. Journal of Accountancy (August): 18-20.

Ference, S. B. and S. D. Sterna. 2016. How social and digital media can be a #majorisk. Journal of Accountancy (March): 16-17. (8 risk management recommendations).

Ference, S. B., V. J. Love and T. R. Manisero. 2014. Mitigating the risk of a professional liability claim. The CPA Journal (October): 62-67.

Ferlie, E., L. Fitzgerald, M. Wood and C. Hawkins. 2005. The nonspread of innovations: The mediating role of professionals. The Academy of Management Journal 48(1): 117-134. (JSTOR link).

Ferrazzi, K. 2014. Managing change, one day at a time. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 23-25.

Ferreira, N., J. Kar and L. Trigeorgis. 2009. Option games. Harvard Business Review (March): 101-107. (Option games is a valuation tool combining real options with game theory to help managers make rational investment decisions).

Ferrier, W. J., K. G. Smith and C. M. Grimm. 1999. The role of competitive action in market share erosion and industry dethronement: A study of industry leaders and challengers. The Academy of Management Journal 42(4): 372-388. (JSTOR link).

Fiegenbaum, A. and H. Thomas. 1988. Attitudes toward risk and the risk-return paradox: Prospect theory explanations. The Academy of Management Journal 31(1): 85-106. (JSTOR link).

Field, L., M. Lowry and S. Shu. 2005. Does disclosure deter or trigger litigation? Journal of Accounting and Economics (September): 487-507.

Fiksel, J., M. Polyviou, K. L. Croxton and T. J. Pettit. 2015. From risk to resilience: Learning to deal with disruption. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 79-86.

Fischer, H. M. and T. G. Pollock. 2004. Effects of social capital and power on surviving transformational change: The case of initial public offerings. The Academy of Management Journal 47(4): 463-481. (JSTOR link).

Fischer, M. D. and E. Ferlie. 2013. Resisting hybridisation between modes of clinical risk management: Contradiction, contest, and the production of intractable conflict. Accounting, Organizations and Society 38(1): 30-49.

Fishburn, P. C. 1976. Theory versus practice in risk analysis: An empirical study: A comment. The Accounting Review (July): 657-662. (JSTOR link).

Fiss, P. C. and E. J. Zajac. 2006. The symbolic management of strategic change: Sensegiving via framing and decoupling. The Academy of Management Journal 49(6): 1173-1193. (JSTOR link).

Flegm, E. H. 1996. The future of management and financial accounting. Journal of Cost Management (Winter): 44-45.

Fleming, D. M. and G. E. Whittenburg. 2007. Accounting for uncertainty. Journal of Accountancy (October): 68-71.

Fleming, L. 2007. Breakthroughs and the "long tail" of innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 69-74.

Fleming, L. and O. Sorenson. 2003. Navigating the technology landscape of innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 15-23.

Florida, R. 2004. America's looming creativity crisis. Harvard Business Review (October): 122-136.

Florida, R. and J. Goodnight. 2005. Managing for creativity. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 124-131.

Florin, J., M. Lubatkin and W. Schulze. 2003. A social capital model of high-growth ventures. The Academy of Management Journal 46(3): 374-384. (JSTOR link).

Flynn, J. L. 1949. Continuing expense estimates and business interruption insurance coverage. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (August 1): 1379-1386.

Fong, C. T. 2006. The effects of emotional ambivalence on creativity. The Academy of Management Journal 49(5): 1016-1030. (JSTOR link).

Ford, J. D. and L. W. Ford. 2009. Decoding resistance to change. Harvard Business Review (April): 99-103. (Use resistance to change as a resource to find a better solution).

Fordham, D. R. and B. M. Roof. 2008. Test your information security IQ. Journal of Accountancy (July): 50-52.

Fordham, D. R. and S. Brooks. 1997. Tools for dealing with uncertainty. Management Accounting (September): 38, 40-43. (Spreadsheet applications).

Foster, G. 1996. Management accounting in 2000. Journal of Cost Management (Winter): 36-39.

Fox, J. 2011. Can risk managers manage risk? Harvard Business Review (November): 158-159.

Fox-Wolfgramm, S. J., K. B. Boal, J. G. Hunt. 1998. Organizational adaptation to institutional change: A comparative study of first-order change in prospector and defender banks. Administrative Science Quarterly 43(1): 87-126. (JSTOR link).

Franke, G., H. Schlesinger and R. C. Stapleton. 2006. Multiplicative background risk. Management Science (January): 146-153. (JSTOR link).

Fraser, B. W. 2003. Managing risk proactively. Strategic Finance (April): 36-40.

Freeman, K. W. 2009. The right way to close an operation. Harvard Business Review (May): 45-51.

Frey, K. M. 1977. Management of foreign exchange risk with forward contracts. Management Accounting (March): 45-48.

Frick, W. 2014. Innovation, then and now. Harvard Business Review (October): 118-119.

Frigo, M. L. 2008. When strategy and ERM meet. Strategic Finance (January): 45-49.

Frigo, M. L. 2010. How CFOs can drive innovation. Strategic Finance (July): 19-22.

Frigo, M. L. 2013. Reverse innovation: A new pathway for growth. Strategic Finance (May): 23-25. (Interview with Vigay Govindarajan of Dartmouth's Center for Global Leadership. Reverse innovation is innovating in a poor country and selling those products in a rich country. See Govindarajan, V. and C. Trimble. 2012. Reverse Innovation: Create Far From Home, Win Everywhere. Harvard Business Review Press).

Frigo, M. L. and D. Snellgrove. 2016. Johnson & Johnson innovation: A CFO's perspective. Strategic Finance (October): 31-33.

Frigo, M. L. and D. Snellgrove. 2016. Why innovation should be every CFO's top priority. Strategic Finance (October): 25-30.

Frigo, M. L. and R. J. Anderson. 2009. Is it time to consider a risk committee? Strategic Finance (August): 42-46.

Frigo, M. L. and R. J. Anderson. 2009. Strategic risk assessment. Strategic Finance (December): 24-33.

Frigo, M. L. and R. J. Anderson. 2014. Risk management frameworks: Adapt, don't adopt. Strategic Finance (January): 48-53.

Frigo, M. L. and V. Ramaswamy. 2009. Co-creating strategic risk-return management. Strategic Finance (May): 24-33.

Frigo, M. L. and H. Laessoe. 2012. Strategic risk management at the LEGA Group. Strategic Finance (February): 26-35.

Froud, J. 2003. The private finance initiative: Risk, uncertainty and the state. Accounting, Organizations and Society 28(6): 567-589.

Fryer, B. and D. E. Meyerson. 2002. Turing an industry inside out: A conversation with Robert Redford. Harvard Business Review (May): 57-61.

Fuda, P. and R. Badham. 2011. Fire, snowball, mask, movie: How leaders spark and sustain change. Harvard Business Review (November): 145-148.

Fullerton, R. R. and C. S. McWatters. 2002. The role of performance measures and incentive systems in relation to the degree of JIT implementation. Accounting, Organizations and Society 27(8): 711-735. (Summary).

Furlong, W. L. 1967. Risk income and alternative income concepts. Management Accounting (April): 25-29.

Furr, N., K. O'Keffe and J. H. Dyer. 2016. Managing multiparty innovation: How big companies are joining forces to seize opportunities at their intersections. Harvard Business Review (November): 78-83.

Gage, L. J. 1908. Difficulties lie in the reformer's path. Journal of Accountancy (March): 361-365.

Gahin, F. S. 1984. Reworking classic risk models to fit real world decision­making. Risk Management (June): 62-66, 68, 70.

Galbraith, R. C. 1950. Insurance protection requires a company-wide control program. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (July): 1347-1360.

Galloway, L. 1907. The story of life insurance. Journal of Accountancy (June): 152-153.

Galunic, D. C. and K. M. Eisenhardt. 2001. Architectural innovation and modular corporate forms. The Academy of Management Journal 44(6): 1229-1249. (JSTOR link).

Galvin, T. L. 2002. Examining institutional change: Evidence from the founding dynamics of U.S. health care interest associations. The Academy of Management Journal 45(4): 673-696. (JSTOR link).

Gans, J. 2016. The other disruption: When innovations threaten the organizational model. Harvard Business Review (March): 78-84.

Gans, J. S. 2016. Keep calm and manage disruption. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 83-90.

Gans, K. 2011. Should you change your thinking about change management? Strategic Finance (October): 48-50. (Gans defines change management as "the process by which companies support employees who are impacted by an organizational change."... "In short, change management focuses on the human side of any business change.").

Gao, S. Y., W. S. Lim and C. Tang. 2017. The impact of the potential entry of copycats: Entry conditions, consumer welfare, and social welfare. Decision Sciences 48(4): 594-624.

Garvin, D. A. and M. A. Roberto. 2005. Change through persuasion. Harvard Business Review (February): 104-112.

Gates, S., J. Nicolas and P. L. Walker. 2012. Enterprise risk management: A process for enhanced management and improved performance. Management Accounting Quarterly (Spring): 28-38.

Gawer, A. and M. A. Cusumano. 2008. How companies become platform leaders. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 28-35.

Gawer, A. R. and M. A. Cusumano. 2002. Platform Leadership: How Intel, Microsoft, and Cisco Drive Innovation. Harvard Business School Press.

Gehring, F. 2015. How I did it...Tommy Hilfiger's chairman on going private to spark a turnaround. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 33-36.

Gephart, R. P. Jr. 1993. The textual approach: Risk and blame in disaster sensemaking. The Academy of Management Journal 36(6): 1465-1514. (JSTOR link).

Gersick, C. J. G. 1994. Pacing strategic change: The case of a new venture. The Academy of Management Journal 37(1): 9-45. (JSTOR link).

Ghahremani, Y. 2012. To be continued? Five steps you can take to make sure your company survives catastrophe. CFO (March): 54-59. (Top business continuity measures).

Ghandour, F. 2011. The CEO of Aramex on turning a failed sale into a huge opportunity. Harvard Business Review (March): 43-47.

Ghemawat, P. 2009. The risk of not investing in a recession. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 31-38.

Ghosn, C. 2002. Saving the business without losing the company. Harvard Business Review (January): 37-45. (Turnaround at Nissan).

Giannacopoulos, P. 2002. Paranoia is good. Strategic Finance (February): 26-29. (Disaster recovery for small and mid-sized companies).

Gibson, C. B. and J. Birkinshaw. 2004. The antecedents, consequences, and mediating role of organizational ambidexterity. The Academy of Management Journal 47(2): 209-226. (JSTOR link).

Giesecke, K. and B. Kim. 2011. Systemic risk: What defaults are telling us. Management Science (August): 1387-1405.

Gilbert, C. 2003. The disruption opportunity. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 27-32.

Gilbert, C., M. Eyring and R. N. Foster. 2012. Two routes to resilience: Rebuild your core while you reinvent your business model. Harvard Business Review (December): 65-73.

Gilbert, C. G. 2005. Unbundling the structure of inertia: Resource versus routine rigidity. The Academy of Management Journal 48(5): 741-763. (JSTOR link).

Gilbert, C. G. and M. J. Eyring. 2010. Beating the odds when you launch a new venture. Harvard Business Review (May): 92-98.

Gilfix, M. and B. A. Krooks. 2008. Asset protection planning. The CPA Journal (February): 56-59.

Gino, F. 2013. Fighting a government threat. Harvard Business Review (March): 123-127.

Gino, F. and B. Staats. 2015. Why organizations don't learn. Harvard Business Review (November): 110-118.

Ginsberg, A. and A. Buchholtz. 1990. Converting to for-profit status: Corporate responsiveness to radical change. The Academy of Management Journal 33(3): 445-477. (JSTOR link).

Girotra, K. and S. Netessine. 2011. How to build risk into your business model. Harvard Business Review (May): 100-105.

Girotra, K. and S. Netessine. 2014. Four paths to business model innovation. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 96-103.

Gladwell, M. 2002. The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference. Back Bay Books. (Summary).

Gloor, P. A. and S. M. Cooper. 2007. The new principles of a swarm business. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 81-84. (Gain power by giving it away, share with the swarm, and concentrate on the swarm, not on making money).

Glueck, F. 1969. Organization change in business and government. The Academy of Management Journal 12(4): 439-449. (JSTOR link).

Goddard, J., T. Eccles and J. Birkinshaw. 2012. Uncommon sense: How to turn distinctive beliefs into action. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 33-39.

Goes, J. B., S. H. Park. 1997. Interorganizational links and innovation: The case of hospital services. The Academy of Management Journal 40(3): 673-696. (JSTOR link).

Goetz, B. E. 1975. The corporate utility transform. Management Accounting (June): 43-44, 50.

Goitein, B. 1984. The danger of disappearing postdecision surprise: Comment on Harrison and March, "Decision making and postdecision surprises". Administrative Science Quarterly 29(3): 410-413. (JSTOR link).

Golden, C. W. and M. R. Golden. 1987. Beyond 'what if': A risk-oriented capital budgeting model. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 53-64.

Golden-Biddle, K. 2013. How to change an organization without blowing it up. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 35-41.

Goldenberg, J., R. Horowitz, A. Levav and D. Mazursky. 2003. Finding your innovation sweet spot. Harvard Business Review (March): 120-129.

Goldratt, E. M. 1990. What is this thing called Theory of Constraints. New York: North River Press. (Summary).

Golembiewski, R. T. and A. Blumberg. 1968. The laboratory approach to organization change: "Confrontation design". The Academy of Management Journal 11(2): 199-210. (JSTOR link).

Golembiewski, R. T. and A. Blumberg. 1969. Persistence of attitudinal changes induced by a confrontation design: A research note. The Academy of Management Journal 12(3): 309-317. (JSTOR link).

Golembiewski, R. T. and R. Munzenrider. 1973. Persistence and change: A note on the long-term effects of an organization development program. The Academy of Management Journal 16(1): 149-153. (JSTOR link).

Golembiewski, R. T. and S. B. Carrigan. 1970. Planned change in organization style based on the laboratory approach. Administrative Science Quarterly 15(1): 79-93. (JSTOR link).

Golembiewski, R. T. and S. B. Carrigan. 1970. The persistence of laboratory-induced changes in organization styles. Administrative Science Quarterly 15(3): 330-340. (JSTOR link).

Golembiewski, R. T., R. Munzenrider, A. Blumberg, S. B. Carrigan and W. R. Mead. 1971. Changing climate in a complex organization: Interactions between a learning design and an environment. The Academy of Management Journal 14(4): 465-481. (JSTOR link).

Gómez-Mejía, L. R., K. T. Haynes, M. Núñez-Nickel, K. J. L. Jacobson and J. Moyano-Fuentes. 2007. Socioemotional wealth and business risks in family-controlled firms: Evidence from Spanish olive oil mills. Administrative Science Quarterly 52(1): 106-137. (JSTOR link).

Goodman, P. 1982. Change in Organizations. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Goodstein, J. and W. Boeker. 1991. Turbulence at the top: A new perspective on governance structure changes and strategic change. The Academy of Management Journal 34(2): 306-330. (JSTOR link).

Gormley, T. A., D. A. Matsa and T. Milbourn. 2013. CEO compensation and corporate risk: Evidence from a natural experiment. Journal of Accounting and Economics (December Supplement): 79-101.

Goss, C. D. 2017. Managing the risks associated with models. Journal of Accountancy (August): 36-37, 40-42. (Model risk management is a branch of risk management).

Goswami, S., B. Cole, I. Deb, E. Turner and W. L. Miller. 2015. How to fire up innovation. Harvard Business Review (March): 22.

Gottfredson, M. and K. Aspinall. 2005. Innovation vs. complexity: What is too much of a good thing? Harvard Business Review (November): 62-71.

Govindarajan, V. 2012. A reverse-innovation playbook. Harvard Business Review (April): 120-124.

Govindarajan, V. 2016. Planned opportunism: Using weak signals to spur innovation. Harvard Business Review (May): 54-61.

Govindarajan, V. and C. Trimble. 2004. Strategic innovation and the science of learning. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 67-75.

Govindarajan, V. and C. Trimble. 2005. Building breakthrough businesses within established organizations. Harvard Business Review (May): 58-68.

Govindarajan, V. and C. Trimble. 2010. Stop the innovation wars. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 76-83.

Govindarajan, V. and C. Trimble. 2011. The CEO's role in business model reinvention. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 108-114.

Govindarajan, V. and C. Trimble. 2012. Reverse Innovation: Create Far From Home, Win Everywhere. Harvard Business Review Press).

Grabner, I. and G. Speckbacher. 2016. The cost of creativity: A control perspective. Accounting, Organizations and Society (48): 31-42.

Gratton, L. and S. Ghoshal. 2005. Beyond best practice. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 49-57. (High-performing companies emphasize "signature processes" as well as best practices. They bring the inside out, as well as bringing the outside in).

Greeley, H. D. 1928. Use and occupancy insurance. N.A.C.A Bulletin (November 15): 293-319.

Green, B. P. and A. Reinstein. 2010. Auditors moving from guidance to requirements: Arriving at the risk assessment standards. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 2(2): 49-64.

Green, J. J. 1970. Influence of administrative reform on the immigration and naturalization service. Administrative Science Quarterly 15(3): 353-359. (JSTOR link).

Green, T. B. 1992. Performance and Motivation Strategies for Today's Workforce: A Guide to Expectancy Theory Applications. Greenwood Publishing Group.

Green, T. B. 2000. Motivation Management. Quorum Books.

Green, T. B. Publication date unknown. The Belief System: The Secret to Motivation and Improved Performance: Unleash the Power of Motivation by Triggering Three Very Special Beliefs. Quorum Books.

Green, T. B. and J. T. Knippen. 1999. Breaking the Barrier to Upward Communication: Strategies and Skills for Employees, Managers, and HR Specialists. Quorum Books.

Green, T. B. 1999 and R. T. Butkus. Motivation, Beliefs, and Organizational Transformation. Quorum Books.

Greenstein, B. R. and J. Wragge. 2011. The search for undisclosed assets: Using tax returns when investigating divorce settlements. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 3(1): 1-22.

Greenwood, R. and C. R. Hinings. 1993. Understanding strategic change: The contribution of archetypes. The Academy of Management Journal 36(5): 1052-1081. (JSTOR link).

Greenwood, R., R. Suddaby and C. R. Hinings. 2002. Theorizing change: The role of professional associations in the transformation of institutionalized fields. The Academy of Management Journal 45(1): 58-80. (JSTOR link).

Greer, W. R. Jr. 1974. Theory versus practice in risk analysis: An empirical study. The Accounting Review (July): 496-505. (JSTOR link).

Greer, W. R. Jr. 1976. Theory versus practice in risk analysis: An empirical study: A reply. The Accounting Review (July): 663. (JSTOR link).

Greer, W. R. Jr. and T. D. Skekel. 1975. Theory versus practice in risk analysis: A reply. The Accounting Review (October): 839-843. (JSTOR link).

Greve, H. R. 1998. Performance, aspirations, and risky organizational change. Administrative Science Quarterly 43(1): 58-86. (JSTOR link).

Greve, H. R. 1999. The effect of core change on performance: Inertia and regression toward the mean. Administrative Science Quarterly 44(3): 590-614. (JSTOR link).

Greve, H. R. and A. Taylor. 2000. Innovations as catalysts for organizational change: Shifts in organizational cognition and search. Administrative Science Quarterly 45(1): 54-80. (JSTOR link).

Griffin, P. A. 1976. The association between relative risk and risk estimates derived from quarterly earnings and dividends. The Accounting Review (July): 499-515. (JSTOR link).

Groysberg, B. and R. Abrahams. 2010. Five ways to bungle a job change. Harvard Business Review (January-February): 137-140.

Grulke, W. and G. Silber. 2003. Lessons in Radical Innovation: Out of the Box Straight to the Bottom Line. Financial Times Prentice Hall.

Guay, W. R. 1999. The impact of derivatives on firm risk: An empirical examination of new derivative users. Journal of Accounting and Economics (January): 319-351.

Guinan, E., K. J. Boudreau and K. R. Lakhani. 2013. Experiments in open innovation at Harvard Medical School. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 45-52.

Gul, F. A. 1987. The effects of uncertainty reporting on lending officers' perceptions of risk and additional information required. Abacus 23(2): 172-179.

Gulati, R., C. Casto and C. Krontiris. 2014. How the other Fukushima plant survived. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 111-115.

Gulati, R., N. Nohria and F. Wohlgezogen. 2010. Roaring out of recession. Harvard Business Review (March): 62-69.

Guo, H., H. K. Cheng and S. Bandyopadhyay. 2012. Net neutrality, broadband market coverage, and innovation at the edge. Decision Sciences 43(1): 141-172.

Gupta, A. K., K. G. Smith and C. E. Shalley. 2006. The interplay between exploration and exploitation. The Academy of Management Journal 49(4): 693-706. (JSTOR link).

Hagaman, T. C. 1990. At risk! Management Accounting (January): 41-43. (Related to bank failure).

Hage, J. and R. Dewar. 1973. Elite values versus organizational structure in predicting innovation. Administrative Science Quarterly 18(3): 279-290. (JSTOR link).

Hagel, J. 2012. CFO Round Table: Managing uncertainty. Journal of Accountancy (June): 94-98.

Hagel, J. 2013. Five skills that distinguish innovators. Journal of Accountancy (July): 22-23.

Hagel, J. 2013. Finance's role in fostering innovation. Journal of Accountancy (August): 22-23.

Hagel, J. 2014. Nine ways to improve data security. Journal of Accountancy (September): 22-23.

Hagel, J. 2014. Not-for-profits delve into risk management. Journal of Accountancy (November): 24-25.

Hagel, J. III. 2002. Leveraged growth: Expanding sales without sacrificing profits. Harvard Business Review (October): 68-77. (Build on other companies' assets).

Hagel, J. III. and J. S. Brown. 2005. Productive friction: How difficult business partnerships can accelerate innovation. Harvard Business Review (February): 82-91.

Hagel, J. III., J. S. Brown and L. Davison. 2009. The big shift: Measuring the forces of change. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 86-89. (A framework for understanding the forces of change in the competitive landscape - The shift index).

Haines, G. H. Jr. 1964. A theory of market behavior after innovation. Management Science (July): 634-658. (JSTOR link).

Hale, J. A. G. 1995. From Concepts to Capabilities: Understanding and Exploiting Change As a Competitive Advantage. John Wiley & Sons.

Hall, G., J. Rosenthal and J. Wade. 1993. How to make reengineering really work. Harvard Business Review (November-December): 119-133.

Hall, J. and H. Vredenburg. 2003. The challenges of innovating for sustainable development. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 61-68.

Hall, J. and H. Vredenburg. 2005. Managing stakeholder ambiguity. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 11-13.

Hall, M., A. Mikes and Y. Millo. 2015. How do risk managers become influential? A field study of toolmaking in two financial institutions. Management Accounting Research (March): 3-22.

Ham, C. and K. Koharki. 2016. The association between corporate general counsel and firm credit risk. Journal of Accounting and Economics (April-May): 274-293.

Hamburg, M. and W. F. Matlack. 1968. A rejoinder and a generalized model. Management Science (December): B213-B215. (JSTOR link).

Hamburg, M. and W. F. Matlack. 1968. Maximizing insurance buyers' utility. Management Science (February): B294-B301. (JSTOR link).

Hamel, G. 2006. The why, what, and how of management innovation. Harvard Business Review (February): 72-84.

Hamel, G. and G. Getz. 2004. Funding growth in a age of austerity. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 76-84. (Five ways to innovate on the cheap).

Hamel, G. and L. Välikangas. 2003. The quest for resilience. Harvard Business Review (September): 52-63. (Resilience is about continuously anticipating strategy decay and reinventing the organization's business model. This requires addressing four challenges: The cognitive challenge, the strategic challenge, the political challenge, and the ideological challenge).

Hamilton, R. E. 1976. Casualty insurance recoveries with coinsurance clauses: A general approach. The Accounting Review (January): 148-150. (JSTOR link).

Hammer, M. 1990. Reengineering work: Don't automate, obliterate. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 104-112. (Summary).

Hammer, M. 2004. Deep change: How operational innovation can transform your company. Harvard Business Review (April): 84-93.

Hammer, M. 2007. The process audit. Harvard Business Review (April): 111-123. (Note).

Hampton, J. J. 2009. Fundamentals of Enterprise Risk Management: How Top Companies Assess Risk, Manage Exposure, and Seize Opportunity. AMACOM.

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