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MacCormack, A., F. Murray and E. Wagner. 2013. Spurring innovation through competitions. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 25-32.

Mackey, J. and L. Välikangas. The myth of unbounded growth. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 89-92.

Mackunis, K. J. 2014. It could never happen to me, or could it? Journal of Accountancy (September): 61-62. (Professional liability insurance).

MacMillan, I. C. and A. Meshulach. 1983. Replacement versus expansion: Dilemma for mature U.S. businesses. The Academy of Management Journal 26(4): 708-726. (JSTOR link).

Madison, T. F. and D.K. Clancy. 2000. Downsizing and performance: An empirical study of the effects of competition and equity market pressure. Advances in Management Accounting (9): 91-107.

Majchrzak, A., D. Logan, R. McCurdy and M. Kirchmer. 2006. Four keys to managing emergence. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 14-18. (Continuous discourse with potential participants, continuous updating of knowledge maps, blurring the boundaries between participants inside and outside the organization, and governing through reputation networks).

Malapragada, G. and R. Srinivasan. 2017. Innovativeness as an unintended outcome of franchising: Insights from restaurant chains. Decision Sciences 48(6): 1164-1197.

Malhotra, D. 2015. Control the negotiation before it begins. Harvard Business Review (December): 66-72.

Malone, D. and M. Mouritsen. 2014. Change management: Risk, transition, and strategy. Cost Management (May/June): 6-13. (Summary).

Management Accounting Research. 2006. ENROAC - European Network for Research on Organizational and Accounting Change. Management Accounting Research (March): 123-124.

Management Accounting Research. 2006. Special issue on management accounting research: Risk management, corporate governance and management accounting. Management Accounting Research (June): 224-225.

Management Accounting Research. 2007. ENROAC - European Network for Research on Organizational and Accounting change presents. Management Accounting Research (December): 476-478.

Mande, V., M. Son and H. Song. 2017. Auditor search periods as signals of engagement risk: Effects on auditor choice and auditor pricing. Advances in Accounting: Incorporating Advances in International Accounting (37): 15-29.

Mandelbrot, B. and R. L. Hudson. 2006. The Misbehavior of Markets: A Fractal view of Financial Turbulence. Basic Books.

Mangelsdorf, M. E. 2017. What executives get wrong about cybersecurity. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 22-24.

Maniha, J. and C. Perrow. 1965. The reluctant organization and the aggressive environment. Administrative Science Quarterly 10(2): 238-257. (JSTOR link).

March, J. G. 1981. Footnotes to organizational change. Administrative Science Quarterly 26(4): 563-577. (JSTOR link).

Marchant, G. 1990. Accounting changes and information processing: Some further empirical evidence. Behavioral Research In Accounting (2): 93-103.

Marcus, A. A. 1988. Implementing externally induced innovations: A comparison of rule-bound and autonomous approaches. The Academy of Management Journal 31(2): 235-256. (JSTOR link).

Margolis, J. D. and P. G. Stoltz. 2010. How to bounce back from adversity. Harvard Business Review (January-February): 86-92.

Mariello, A. 2007. The five stages of successful innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 8-9. (Idea generation and mobilization, advocacy and screening, experimentation, commercialization, and diffusion and implementation).

Markides, C. C. 1992. Consequences of corporate refocusing: Ex ante evidence. The Academy of Management Journal 35(2): 398-412. (JSTOR link).

Martin, R. L. 2011. The innovation catalysts. Harvard Business Review (June): 82-87.

Martin, X., A. Swaminathan and W. Mitchell. 1998. Organizational evolution in the interorganizational environment: Incentives and constraints on international expansion strategy. Administrative Science Quarterly 43(3): 566-601. (JSTOR link).

Maskell, B. H. 1996. Making the Numbers Count: The Accountant As Change Agent on the World Class Team. Productivity Press.

Maskell, B. 2009. Making the Numbers Count, 2nd Edition. The Accountant as Change Agent on the World Class Team. Productivity Press.

Massey, C. and G. Wu. 2005. Detecting regime shifts: The causes of under- and overreaction. Management Science (June): 932-947. (JSTOR link).

Masuch, M. 1985. Vicious circles in organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 30(1): 14-33. (JSTOR link).

Mat, T. Z. T., M. Smith and H. Djajadikerta. 2010. Management accounting and organisational change: An exploratory study in Malaysian manufacturing firms. Journal of Applied Management Accounting Research (Summer): 51-80.

Matejka, M. and A. D. Waegenaere. 2005. Influence costs and implementation of organizational changes. Journal of Management Accounting Research (17): 43-52.

Mathews, R. and W. Wacker. 2002. The Deviant's Advantage: How Fringe Ideas Create Mass Markets. Crown Business.

Matzler, K., V. Veider and W. Kathan. 2015. Adapting to the sharing economy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 71-77.

May, R. C., W. H. Stewart, Jr. and R. Sweo. 2000. Environmental scanning behavior in a transitional economy: Evidence from Russia. The Academy of Management Journal 43(3): 403-427. (JSTOR link).

McAfee, A. 2003. When too much IT knowledge is a dangerous thing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 83-89.

McBride, J. A. Jr. 1952. Programming and recording insurance. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (March): 807-812.

McCafferty, F. 1977. Basic elements of risk management. Management Accounting (July): 43-45.

McCaffrey, T. and J. Pearson. 2015. Find innovation where you least expect it. Harvard Business Review (December): 82-89.

McCallum, B. T. and M. C. Knapp. 2016. Coping with catastrophes business interruption insurance claims. The CPA Journal (May): 54-59.

McCann, D. 2011. "You take risks and you own them." CFOs at private equity-backed companies love the challenge, and the payoff. CFO (July/August): 40-43.

McDonald, C. 2013. Don't forget about Forex risk. CFO (January/February): 27-28.

McDonald, C. and D. M. Katz. 2013. A deceptive calm. CFO (March): 24-25. (Directors and officers liability coverage).

McDonough, E. F. III and R. Leifer. 1983. Using simultaneous structures to cope with uncertainty. The Academy of Management Journal 26(4): 727-735. (JSTOR link).

McDonough, E. F. III, M. H. Zack, H. Lin and I. Berdrow. 2008. Integrating innovation style and knowledge into strategy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 53-58.

McGahan, A. M. 2004. How industries change. Harvard Business Review (October): 86-94.

McGahan, A. M. 2004. How Industries Evolve: Principles for Achieving and Sustaining Superior Performance. Harvard Business School Press.

McGrath, R. G. 2011. Failing by design. Harvard Business Review (April): 76-83.

McGrath, R. G. 2012. How the growth outliers do it. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 110-116.

McGrath, R. G. and I. MacMillan. 2000. The Entrepreneurial Mindset: Strategies for Continuously Creating Opportunity in an Age of Uncertainty. Harvard Business School Press.

McGrath, R. G. and I. C. MacMillan. 2009. How to rethink your business during uncertainty. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 25-30.

McGrath, R. G., T. Keil and T. Tukiainen. 2006. Extracting value from corporate venturing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 50-56.

McIntosh, R. I., S. J. Culley, A. R. Mileham and G. W. Owen. 2001. Improving Changeover Performance: A Strategy for becoming a Lean, Responsive Manufacturer. Butterworth Heinemann.

McKay, S. 2016. CGMA tools: How to communicate risks using a heat map. Journal of Accountancy (June): 35-40. (Summary).

McMurray, A. R. 1959. Plant re-location expenses - Identification and control. N.A.A. Bulletin (March): 51-60.

McNair, C. J. 1996. To serve the customer within. Journal of Cost Management (Winter): 40-43.

McNair-Connolly, C. J., G. Wallig and L. Pashia. 2015. Risky business: maximizing performance by effectively managing on the risk-crisis frontier. Cost Management (May/June): 39-47.

McNally, J. S. and V. H. Tophoff. 2014. Leveraging effective risk management and internal control. Strategic Finance (April): 28-36.

McNally, J. S. and V. H. Tophoff. 2015. Stacked in your favor: You can increase your chances for organizational success by upgrading your risk management and internal control. Strategic Finance (April): 30-39.

McNally, J. S. and V. H. Tophoff. 2016. Risk management: It's what we do! Strategic Finance (September): 24-31.

McNeal, A. 2017. What's your fraud IQ? Effective fraud risk management. Journal of Accountancy (June): 32-35.

McNulty, J. E. 1962. Organizational change in growing enterprises. Administrative Science Quarterly 7(1): 1-21. (JSTOR link).

McWhorter, L. B., M. Matherly and D. M. Frizzell. 2006. The connection between performance measurement and risk management. Strategic Finance (February): 50-55.

Messier, W. F. Jr. 1990. Discussion of a cognitive computational model of risk hypothesis generation. Journal of Accounting Research (Studies on Judgment in Accounting and Auditing): 104-109. (JSTOR link).

Meindl, J. R. 1982. The abundance of solutions: Some thoughts for theoretical and practical solution seekers. Administrative Science Quarterly 27(4): 670-685. (JSTOR link). (Part of a special section on the utilization of organizational research, part 1).

Meindl, J. R. 1983. Erratum: An abundance of solutions: Some thoughts for theoretical and practical solution seekers. Administrative Science Quarterly 28(1): 152. (JSTOR link).

Merchant, K. A. 2012. ERM: Where to go from here. Journal of Accountancy (September): 32-34, 36. (Summary).

Merton, R. C. 2013. Innovation risk. Harvard Business Review (April): 48-56.

Meyer, A. D. 1982. Adapting to environmental jolts. Administrative Science Quarterly 27(4): 515-537. (JSTOR link).

Meyer, A. D. and J. B. Goes. 1988. Organizational assimilation of innovations: A multilevel contextual analysis. The Academy of Management Journal 31(4): 897-923. (JSTOR link).

Meyerson, D. E. 2001. Tempered Radicals: How People Use Difference to Inspire Change at Work. Harvard Business School Press.

Michel, A. A. 2007. A distributed cognition perspective on newcomers' change processes: The management of cognitive uncertainty in two investment banks. Administrative Science Quarterly 52(4): 507-557. (JSTOR link).

Midanek, D. H. 2003. When crisis crosses borders. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 16-19.

Mikes, A. 2009. Risk management and calculative cultures. Management Accounting Research (March): 18-40.

Mikes, A. 2011. From counting risk to making risk count: Boundary-work in risk management. Accounting, Organizations and Society 36(4-5): 226-245.

Miles, R. H. 2010. Accelerating corporate transformations (Don't lose your nerve!). Harvard Business Review (January-February): 68-75.

Miller, D. and P. Friesen. 1980. Archetypes of organizational transition. Administrative Science Quarterly 25(2): 268-299. (JSTOR link).

Miller, D. and P. H. Friesen. 1980. Momentum and revolution in organizational adaptation. The Academy of Management Journal 23(4): 591-614. (JSTOR link).

Miller, D. and P. H. Friesen. 1982. Structural change and performance: Quantum versus piecemeal-incremental approaches. The Academy of Management Journal 25(4): 867-892. (JSTOR link).

Miller, D. J., M. J. Fern and L. B. Cardinal. 2007. The use of knowledge for technological innovation within diversified firms. The Academy of Management Journal 50(2): 308-326. (JSTOR link).

Miller, K. D. and M. J. Leiblein. 1996. Corporate risk-return relations: Returns variability versus downside risk. The Academy of Management Journal 39(1): 91-122. (JSTOR link).

Miller, K. D. and P. Bromiley. 1990. Strategic risk and corporate performance: An analysis of alternative risk measures. The Academy of Management Journal 33(4): 756-779. (JSTOR link).

Miller, K. D. and W. Chen. 2004. Variable organizational risk preferences: Tests of the March-Shapira model. The Academy of Management Journal 47(1): 105-115. (JSTOR link).

Miller, P. and T. Wedell-Wedellsborg. 2013. The case for stealth innovation: When it's better to ask for forgiveness than seek permission. Harvard Business Review (March): 90-97.

Miller, P., L. Kurunmäki and T. O’Leary. 2008. Accounting, hybrids and the management of risk. Accounting, Organizations and Society 33(7-8): 942-967.

Miller, S. K. and J. J. Tucker III. 2005. Limit practice liability. Journal of Accountancy (September): 71-74.

Milliken, F. J. 1990. Perceiving and interpreting environmental change: An examination of college administrators' interpretation of changing demographics. The Academy of Management Journal 33(1): 42-63. (JSTOR link).

Millman, G. J. 1991. Currency risk management at Monsanto. Management Accounting (April): 43-48.

Millo, Y. and D. MacKenzie. 2009. The usefulness of inaccurate models: Towards an understanding of the emergence of financial risk management. Accounting, Organizations and Society 34(5): 638-653.

Mishler, M. D. 2017. Currency turmoil, price, and profit in global markets. How to manage the risks of volatile foreign currency exchange rates. Journal of Accountancy (March): 50-55.

Mishra, A. K. and K. E. Mishra. 2009. Downsizing the company without downsizing morale. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 39-44.

MIT Sloan Management Review. 2013. Outsourcing business processes for innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 63-69.

MIT Sloan Management Review. 2013. Optimizing your digital business model. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 71-78.

Mitroff, I. I. and M. C. Alpaslan. 2003. Preparing for evil. Harvard Business Review (April): 109-115. (A crisis tool kit).

Momente, F., F. Reggiani and S. Richardson. 2015. Accruals and future performance: Can it be attributed to risk? Review of Accounting Studies 20(4): 1297-1333.

Monaco, J. V. and E. D. White III. 2006. Extending cost growth estimation to predict schedule risk. The Journal of Cost Analysis & Management 8(1): 1-13.

Morgan, C. P. and R. W. Beatty. 1976. Information relevant to the task in the risky shift phenomenon. The Academy of Management Journal 19(2): 304-308. (JSTOR link).

Morita, J. G., T. W. Lee and R. T. Mowday. 1993. The regression-analog to survival analysis: A selected application to turnover research. The Academy of Management Journal 36(6): 1430-1464. (JSTOR link).

Moroney, R. and R. Simnett. 2009. Differences in industry specialist knowledge and business risk identification and evaluation. Behavioral Research In Accounting 21(2): 73-89.

Morris, M. H. and D. F. Kuratko. 2002. Corporate Entrepreneurship: Entrepreneurial Development within Organizations. South-Western Educational Publishing.

Morris, M. W. and P. C. Moore. 2000. The lessons we (don't) learn: Counterfactual thinking and organizational accountability after a close call. Administrative Science Quarterly 45(4): 737-765. (JSTOR link).

Morrison, E. R. 1993. Off-balance sheet risks: What are they and why is their disclosure important? Journal of Accounting Education 11(2): 313-320.

Morrison, E. W. and C. C. Phelps. 1999. Taking charge at work: Extrarole efforts to initiate workplace change. The Academy of Management Journal 42(4): 403-419. (JSTOR link).

Morrison, T. A. and E. Kaczka. 1969. A new application of calculus and risk analysis to cost-volume-profit changes. The Accounting Review (April): 330-343. (JSTOR link).

Moskowitz, H., P. Drnevich, O. Ersoy, K. Altinkemer and A. Chaturvedi. 2011. Using real-time decision tools to improve distributed decision-making capabilities in high-magnitude crisis situations. Decision Sciences 42(2): 477-493.

Moumen, N., H. B. Othman and K. Hussainey. 2016. Board structure and the informativeness of risk disclosure: Evidence from MENA emerging markets. Advances in Accounting: Incorporating Advances in International Accounting (35): 82-97.

Mouritsen, J., A. Hansen and C. O. Hansen. 2009. Short and long translations: Management accounting calculations and innovation management. Accounting, Organizations and Society 34(6-7): 738-754.

Mouritsen M. L. and R. Mano. 2007. Do you know where your computers are? Strategic Finance (January): 46-53.

Mowen, R. F. 1962. Conservation of assets through a prudent insurance program. N.A.A. Bulletin (February): 49-58.

Mulig, E.,L. M. Smith and C. T. Stambaugh. 2014. Identity hack! Is your company next? Strategic Finance (December): 33-39.

Mullins, J. W. 2007. Discovering "unk-unks". MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 17-21. (Discovering the unknown unknowns. Discovering the things you don't know that you don't know, or things that your customers don't know that they don't know).

Murray, K. B. 2012. Why dominant companies are vulnerable. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 12-14.

Myers, K. N. 1989. How to keep your company running. Management Accounting (April): 39-41. (Discussion of how to develop a disaster recovery plan).

Myhrvold, N. 2010. Funding eureka! Harvard Business Review (March): 40-50.

Nag, R., K. G. Corley and D. A. Gioia. 2007. The intersection of organizational identity, knowledge, and practice: Attempting strategic change via knowledge grafting. The Academy of Management Journal 50(4): 821-847. (JSTOR link).

Nahapiet, J. 1988. The rhetoric and reality of an accounting change: A study of resource allocation. Accounting, Organizations and Society 13(4): 333-358.

Nair, M. and B. V. Balachandran. 2016. Innovation from within: How to energize the organization to reach beyond compliance. Cost Management (September/October): 23-28.

Nambisan, S. and M. Sawhney. 2007. A buyers guide to the innovation bazaar. Harvard Business Review (June): 109-118.

Nathan, B. and P. Smith. 2016. Cybersecurity: Watch out for data leaks! Strategic Finance (January): 62-63.

Navarro, P. 2009. Recession-proofing your organization. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 45-51.

Narver, J. C. 1971. Rational management responses to external effects. The Academy of Management Journal 14(1): 99-115. (JSTOR link).

National Association of Accountants. 1984. Seattle '84: Understanding change. Management Accounting (March): 67-68.

Navarro, P. 2004. Principles of the master cyclist. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 20-24.

Nayar, V. 2010. A maverick CEO explains how he persuaded his team to leap into the future. Harvard Business Review (June): 110-113.

Nebeker, D. M. 1975. Situational favorability and perceived environmental uncertainty: An integrative approach. Administrative Science Quarterly 20(2): 281-294. (JSTOR link).

Nedd, A. N. B. 1971. The simultaneous effects of several variables on attitudes toward change. Administrative Science Quarterly 16(3): 258-270. (JSTOR link).

Nelson, C. J. 1964. Risk management and the accountant. N.A.A. Bulletin (July): 57-61.

Nelson, D. C. and J. D. Bell. 2004. Profiles in Entrepreneurship: Leaving More Than Footprints. South-Western Educational Publishing.

Nelson, R. 1995. Recent evolutionary theorizing about economic change. Journal of Economic Literature 33: 48-90.

Neter, J., C. A. Williams Jr. and G. A. Whitmore. 1970. Optimality of independent decision-making for two independent risk situations. Decision Sciences 1(1-2): 1-23.

Newton, G. W. 1976. Management accountant: Catalyst for change. Management Accounting (July): 52-56.

Newton, L. K. 1977. The risk factor in materiality decisions. The Accounting Review (January): 97-108. (JSTOR link).

Ng, J. 2011. The effect of information quality on liquidity risk. Journal of Accounting and Economics (November): 126-143.

Nigrini, M. J. and A. J. Johnson. 2008. Using key performance indicators and risk measures in continuous monitoring. Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting (5): 65-80.

Nohria, N. and R. Gulati. 1996. Is slack good or bad for innovation? The Academy of Management Journal 39(5): 1245-1264. (JSTOR link).

Nohria, N., W. Joyce and B. Roberson. 2003. What really works. Harvard Business Review (July): 42-52. (Excel at four primary practices: Strategy, Execution, Culture, and Structure. And embrace two of four secondary practices: Talent, Innovation, Leadership, and Mergers & partnerships).

Nooteboom, B., H. Berger and N. G. Noorderhaven. 1997. Effects of trust and governance on relational risk. The Academy of Management Journal 40(2): 308-338. (JSTOR link).

Nor-Aziah, A. K. and R. W. Scapens. 2007. Corporatisation and accounting change: The role of accounting and accountants in a Malaysian public utility. Management Accounting Research (June): 209-247.

Nord, W. R. and D. Durand. 1975. Beyond resistance to change: Behavioral science on the firing line. Organizational Dynamics (Autumn): 2-19.

Nord, W. R. and J. M. Jermier. 1994. Overcoming resistance to resistance: Insights from a study of the shadows. Public Administration Quarterly (Winter): 396-409.

Normann, R. 1971. Organizational innovativeness: Product variation and reorientation. Administrative Science Quarterly 16(2): 203-215. (JSTOR link).

Nuhu, N. A., K. Baird and R. Appuhami. 2016. The association between the use of management accounting practices with organizational change and organizational performance. Advances in Management Accounting (26): 67-98.

Nunes, P. 2005. The risks of customer intimacy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 15-18.

Nunes, P. and T. Breene. 2011. Reinvent your business before it's too late: Watch out for those S curves. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 80-87.

Nutt, P. C. 1986. Tactics of implementation. The Academy of Management Journal 29(2): 230-261. (JSTOR link).

Nystrom, P. C. 1977. Managerial resistance to a management system. Accounting, Organizations and Society 2(4): 317-322.

O'Brien, C. 2017. Can pre-employment tests identify white-collar criminals and reduce fraud risk in your organization? Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 9(1): 621-636.

O'Brien, T. and M. Markiewicz. 2008. Property and casualty insurance solutions for entity owners. The CPA Journal (June): 44-47.

Obuchowski, J. 2006. The strategic benefits of managing risk. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 6-7.

O'Donnell, E. 2005. Enterprise risk management: A systems-thinking framework for the event identification phase. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 6(3): 177-195.

Oestreich, T., F. Buytendijk and T. Hatch. 2011. Uncertainty management: Risk and performance, two side of the same coin. Cost Management (January/February): 5-13.

Ofek, E. and L. Wathieu. 2010. Are you ignoring trends that could shake up your business? Harvard Business Review (July/August): 124-131.

Ogawa, S. and F. T. Piller. 2006. Reducing the risks of new product development. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 65-71.

Oiu, J. and E. Steiger. 2011. Understanding the tow components of risk attitudes: An experimental analysis. Management Science (January): 193-199.

Oke, A., F. O. Walumbwa and A. Myers. 2012. Innovation strategy, human resource policy, and firms' revenue growth: The roles of environmental uncertainty and innovation performances. Decision Sciences 43(2): 273-302. (Retracted 2016. Decision Sciences 47(2): 395).

Okhuysen, G. A. 2001. Structuring change: Familiarity and formal interventions in problem-solving groups. The Academy of Management Journal 44(4): 794-808. (JSTOR link).

Olejarz, J. M. 2015. The evolving cyberthreat. Harvard Business Review (November): 150-151.

Olson, E. E., G. H. Eoyang, R. Beckhard and P. Vaill. 2001. Facilitating Organization Change: Learning from Complexity Science. John Wiley & Sons.

Olson, M. S., D. van Bever and S. Verry. 2008. When growth stalls. Harvard Business Review (March): 50-61.

Onyemah, V., M. R. Pesquera and A. Ali. 2013. What entrepreneurs get wrong. Harvard Business Review (May): 74-79.

O'Reilly, C. A. III. and M. L. Tushman. 2004. The ambidextrous organization. Harvard Business Review (April): 74-81.

Ortman, R. F. and D. D. Blackman. 1981. Corporate planning - How successful is it? Management Accounting (July): 16-20.

Ostlund, L. E. 1973. Factor analysis applied to predictors of innovative behavior. Decision Sciences 4(1): 92-108.

Ostroff, F. 2006. Change management in government. Harvard Business Review (May): 141-147.

O'Sullivan, K. 2011. Looking for the light: Guiding a company through a turnaround is no easy feat, but CFO's who can do it are in high demand. CFO (January/February): 46-51.

O'Sullivan, K. 2012. The deep dive: Keeping cool in the hot seat: The financial crisis has prompted CFOs to assume primary responsibility for risk management, and most believe they're on top of it. But their list of worries is long. CFO (March): 39-42. (Customer demand/profitability, workforce capabilities, recent or pending regulatory requirements, and technology/data security are the top concerns).

O'Sullivan, K, A. Stuart and S. Johnson. 2011. "This is a mega-event": The aftershocks of Japan's earthquake continue to ripple through the insurance market. CFO (May): 38-40.

Otivson, T. and C. Fry. 2006. Understanding the dynamics of value-driven variety management. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 63-69.

Oxman, J. A. and B. D. Smith. 2003. The limits of structural change. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 77-82.

Pacini, C. 2005. Forensic risk management: Accountants and bankruptcy fraud. Journal of Forensic Accounting 6(1): 255-260.

Pacini, C. 2005. Forensic risk management: Accountants and bankruptcy fraud - Part II. Journal of Forensic Accounting 6(2): 473-478.

Pacini, C. 2006. Forensic risk management: Forensic accountants and Qui Tam actions under the False Claims Act. Journal of Forensic Accounting 7(1): 263-268.

Pacini, C. 2007. Forensic risk management: the fight against trade secret espionage. Journal of Forensic Accounting 8(1-2): ?.

Paladino, B. 2008. Strategically managing risk in today's perilous markets. Strategic Finance (November): 26-33.

Palepu, K. 1987. The anatomy of an accounting change. Accounting and Management Field Study Perspectives. Edited by W. J. Bruns, Jr. and R. S. Kaplan. Harvard Business School Press: 73-94.

Panaretou, A., M. B. Shackleton and P. A. Taylor. 2013. Corporate risk management and hedge accounting. Contemporary Accounting Research 30(1): 116-139.

Parmar, R., I. Mackenzie, D. Cohn and D. Gann. 2014. The new patterns of innovation. Harvard Business Review (January/Feburary): 86-95.

Pascale, R., M. Millemann and L. Gioja. 1997. Changing the way we change. Harvard Business Review (November-December): 127-139. (Summary).

Pascale, R. T. and J. Sternin. 2005. Your company's secret change agents. Harvard Business Review (May): 72-81.

Pasquinelli, J. L. 1991. FAS 105: Industry perspective. Management Accounting (July): 41-43. (Related to financial risk).

Pearce, J. A. II. 2009. The profit-making allure of product reconstruction. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 59-65.

Pearson, A. E. 2002. Tough-minded ways to get innovative. Harvard Business Review (August): 117-124. (Reprint of Pearson's 1988 HBR article).

Penman, S. and F. Reggiani. 2013. Returns to buying earnings and book value: Accounting for growth and risk. Review of Accounting Studies 18(4): 1021-1049.

Pennings, J. M., H. Barkema and S. Douma. 1994. Organizational learning and diversification. The Academy of Management Journal 37(3): 608-640. (JSTOR link).

Pennings, J. M., K. Lee and A. van Witteloostuijn. 1998. Human capital, social capital, and firm dissolution. The Academy of Management Journal 41(4): 425-440. (JSTOR link).

Peters, J. M. 1990. A cognitive computational model of risk hypothesis generation. Journal of Accounting Research (Studies on Judgment in Accounting and Auditing): 83-103. (JSTOR link).

Peters, T. 2010. The Little Big Things: 163 Ways to Pursue Excellence. HarperStudio.

Peterson, R. A. and D. G. Berger. 1971. Entrepreneurship in organizations: Evidence from the popular music industry. Administrative Science Quarterly 16(1): 97-106. (JSTOR link).

Pettigrew, A. M., R. W. Woodman and K. S. Cameron. 2001. Studying organizational change and development: Challenges for future research. The Academy of Management Journal 44(4): 697-713. (JSTOR link).

Pettus, M. L. 2001. The resource-based view as a developmental growth process: Evidence from the deregulated trucking industry. The Academy of Management Journal 44(4): 878-896. (JSTOR link).

Pfitzer, M., V. Bockstette and M. Stamp. 2013. Innovating for shared value. Harvard Business Review (September): 100-107.

Pisano, G. P. 2015. You need an innovation strategy. Harvard Business Review (June): 44-54.

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