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

Almer, E. D. 2005. Advice from trailblazers and rising stars. Journal of Accountancy (September): 97-99.

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).

Anders, S. B. 2016. Financial planning resources for women (and men). The CPA Journal (September): 72-73.

Anders, S. B. 2016. Free CPA exam resources. The CPA Journal (August): 64-65.

Andersen, E. 2016. Learning to learn: Mental tools to help you master new skills. Harvard Business Review (March): 98-101.

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

Anderson,C. L.,C.R. Jones and C.R. Pryor. 2011. Tax preferences for education are simpler but not simple: Maximizing the available credits and deductions. The CPA Journal (December): 58-64.

Arms, D. 2014. Build your personal brand in four weeks! Strategic Finance (December): 40-46.

Arms, D. 2014. How to land the job you want. Strategic Finance (September): 40-45.

Arms, D. 2015. Closing and opening doors successfully: Once you decide to leave your current job for another, make sure you follow some critical steps that will help you show your value to both employers. Strategic Finance (March): 48-53. (Resign gracefully: Inform your manager of your resignation. Follow up with a written letter of resignation. Tell your colleagues about your resignation. Be prepared to make a transition plan. Remain friendly and professional at all times. Accepting a counteroffer is rarely a good idea).

Ashford, S. J. and A. S. Tsui. 1991. Self-regulation for managerial effectiveness: The role of active feedback seeking. The Academy of Management Journal 34(2): 251-280. (JSTOR link).

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.

Atkinson, A. A., R. D. Banker, R. S. Kaplan and S. M. Young. 2001. Management Accounting 3rd edition. Prentice Hall. (ABKY Chapter 10 Summary - A Whistleblower's Choices).

Badaracco, J. L. 2016. Managing yourself: How to tackle your toughest decisions. Harvard Business Review (September): 104-107.

Baek, C. and K. Bilbeisi. 2011. Should home buyers choose a short- or long-term mortgage? The preferred option depends upon a variety of factors. The CPA Journal (June): 56-61.

Baird, L. S. 1977. Self and superior ratings of performance: As related to self-esteem and satisfaction with supervision. The Academy of Management Journal 20(2): 291-300. (JSTOR link).

Balbi, A. 2015. Careerdriver: Plan your future. Strategic Finance (November): 11. (

Balbi, A. 2015. Next-generation job candidates. Strategic Finance (October): 9.

Balbi, A. 2015. Young pros get a high-level view. Strategic Finance (December): 12-13.

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

Barnett, W. P. and A. S. Miner. 1992. Standing on the shoulders of others: Career interdependence in job mobility. Administrative Science Quarterly 37(2): 262-281. (JSTOR link).

Baysden, C. 2014. Making manager: The key to accelerating a career in public accounting. Journal of Accountancy (November): 36-39.

Baysden, C. and J. Wilson. 2014. How to speed the path to partner. Journal of Accountancy (March): 28-32.

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

Beard, A. 2017. The theory: "If you understand how the brain works, you can reach anyone. A conversation with biological anthropologist Helen Fisher. Harvard Business Review (March/April): 60-62. (Summary).

Beard, A. 2017. Your success is shaped by your genes. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 34-35.

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

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

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

Bercik, T. and J. Lewin. 2016. Ace your next job interview. Strategic Finance (September): 46-53.

Berinato, S. 2015. The internet makes you think you're smarter than you are. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 26-27.

Berk, B. A. 2014. Avoid a career stall. Journal of Accountancy (September): 20.

Berk, B. A. 2015. Career toolkit: Tips and practices for employers and employees. Journal of Accountancy (April/May):102-107.

Berk, B. A. 2016. How to ace the most challenging job interview questions. Journal of Accountancy (February): 38-41.

Beyer, B., D. Herrmann, G. K. Meek and E. T. Rapley. 2010. What it means to be an accounting professor: A concise career guide for doctoral students in accounting. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 227-244. (Summary).

Bhada, Y. K., J. P. Conley and T. E. Deacon. 1991. A career development model for management accountants. Management Accounting (June): 36-39.

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

Birkinshaw, J. and M. Haas. 2016. Increase your return on failure. Harvard Business Review (May): 88-93. (Step 1. Learn from every failure. Step 2. Share the lessons. Step 3. Review your pattern of failure).

Bockanic, W. N. 2012. Making the job interview work for you. Strategic Finance (December): 46-50.

Boisjoly, R. M. 1993. Personal integrity and accountability. Accounting Horizons (March): 59-69.

Bono, J. E. and T. A. Judge. 2003. Self-concordance at work: Toward understanding the motivational effects of transformational leaders. The Academy of Management Journal 46(5): 554-571. (JSTOR link).

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

Boyatzis, R., A. McKee and D. Goleman. 2002. Reawakening your passion for work. Harvard Business Review (April): 86-94. (Five strategies to help guide and give your life new direction and meaning).

Boyle, D. M., D. P. Mahoney, B. W. Carpenter and R. J. Grambo. 2014. The importance of communication skills at different career levels. The CPA Journal (August): 40-45.

Boyle, D. M., R. Lawrence and D. P. Mahoney. 2013. Navigating the maze of today's professional credentials. The CPA Journal (June): 62-69. (See Accounting Certifications).

Brass, D. J. 1985. Men's and women's networks: A study of interaction patterns and influence in an organization. The Academy of Management Journal 28(2): 327-343. (JSTOR link).

Broida, R. 2010. Laptop tips: Add RAM.... PCWorld (November): 116. (Note).

Brown, K. F. and K. E. Easterday. 2016. Personal disaster recovery plans helping individuals when tragedy occurs. The CPA Journal (May): 50-53. (Checklist for personal disaster plan).

Burrell, L. 2014. Synthesis how to keep learning and still have a life. Harvard Business Review (November): 138-139.

Byrnes, T. W. 1952. Never write a text-book, unless. The Accounting Review (July): 344-345. (JSTOR link).

Cappelli, P. and M. Hamori. 2005. The new road to the top. Harvard Business Review (January): 25-32.

Carroll, G. R. and E. Mosakowski. 1987. The career dynamics of self-employment. Administrative Science Quarterly 32(4): 570-589. (JSTOR link).

Casciaro, T. and M. S. Lobo. 2005. Competent jerks, lovable fools, and the formation of social networks. Harvard Business Review (June): 92-99.

Casciaro, T., F. Gino and M. Kouchaki. 2016. Learn to love networking. Harvard Business Review (May): 104-107.

Cellini, G. L. 2000. Are you happy? Strategic Finance (June): 80-84, 86.

Chabris, C. and D. Simons. 2010. The Invisible Gorilla: And Other Ways Our Intuitions Deceive Us. Crown. (Link to Chabris).

Chacko, T. I. 1983. Job and life satisfactions: A causal analysis of their relationships. The Academy of Management Journal 26(1): 163-169. (JSTOR link).

Chamorro-Premuzic, T. 2015. Managing yourself: Ace the assessment: More employers are using tests as part of the hiring process. Here's how to prepare for them. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 118-121.

Christensen, C. M. 2010. How will you measure your life? Harvard Business Review (July/August): 46-51.

Ciampa, D. 2005. Almost ready: How leaders move up. Harvard Business Review (January): 46-53.

Ciampa, D. and M. Watkins. 1999. Right from the Start: Taking Charge in a New Leadership Role. Harvard Business School Press.

Clark, D. 2011. Reinventing your personal brand. Harvard Business Review (March): 78-81.

Clark, D. 2012. A campaign strategy for your career: Practical lessons from electoral politics. Harvard Business Review (November): 131-134.

Collins, F. 2006. Career self-interest and concern for others - The effects of co-worker attitudes on fraudulent behavior. Accounting and the Public Interest (6): 95-115.

Collins, J. C. 2015. Go ahead, take the stage: These presentation pointers can help even the most reluctant public speaker thrive in front of the room. Journal of Accountancy (March): 22-26.

Colvin, G. 2015. Humans are underrated. Fortune (August): 100-113. (Summary).

Colvin, G. 2015. Humans Are Underrated: What High Achievers Know that Brilliant Machines Never Will. Portfolio/Penguin. (Contents).

Congdon, C., D. Flynn and M. Redman. 2014. Balancing "we" and "me". Harvard Business Review (October): 50-57.

Cooper, C. L. 1980. Cumulative trauma and stress at work. Accounting, Organizations and Society 5(3): 357-359.

Cooper, C. L. and P. Dewe. 2004. Stress: A Brief History (Blackwell Brief Histories of Psychology, 1). Blackwell Publishing.

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.").

Covey, S. R. 1990. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Simon & Schuster.


Covey, S. R. 1998. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families: Building a Beautiful Family Culture in a Turbulent World. Golden Books.

Covey, S. R. 2000. Living the 7 Habits: The Courage to Change. The Free Press.

Covey, S. R. 2003. Beyond the 7 Habits. Franklin Covey.

Covey, S. R. 2003. Focus: Achieving Your Highest Priorities. Franklin Covey.

Covey, S. R., A. R. Merrill and R. R. Merrill. 1996. First Things First: To Live, to Love, to Learn, to Leave a Legacy. The Free Press.

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

Crant, J. 2015. LinkedIn secrets that showcase your value. Strategic Finance (January): 19-20.

Cross, R. and R. Thomas. 2001. A smarter way to network. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 149-153. (Network with people who have positive energy, are enthusiastic, authentic and generous).

Cross, R., R. J. Thomas and D. A. Light. 2009. How "who you know' affects what you decide. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 35-42.

Cryer, B., R. McCraty and D. Childre. 2003. Managing yourself: Pull the plug on stress. Harvard Business Review (July): 102-107. (Five steps: Recognize and disengage, Breathe through your heart, invoke a positive feeling, Ask yourself, "Is there a better alternative?" Note the change in perspective).

Dalton, D., N. Harp and R. E. Viator. 2012. How to be a successful mentor: Managing challenges, avoiding pitfalls, and recognizing benefits. The CPA Journal (May): 68-71.

Dalton, T. M. and D. D. Pattison. 2008. Deciding whether to work while collecting social security. The CPA Journal (July): 48-51.

Dattner, B. and R. Hogan. 2011. Can you handle failure? Harvard Business Review (April): 117-121.

Davenport, T. H. and J. Kirby. 2015. Beyond automation: Strategies for remaining gainfully employed in an era of very smart machines. Harvard Business Review (June): 58-65.

Day, R. A. 1989. How to Write and Publish a Scientific Paper. Cambridge University Press.

DeLong, T. J. and S. DeLong. 2011. The paradox of excellence: High achievers often undermine their leadership by being afraid to show their limitations. Harvard Business Review (June): 119-123.

Desroches, D. and R. Lawson. 2015. IMA's global salary survey. Strategic Finance (March): 22-31.

Desteno, D. 2014. Who can you trust? Harvard Business Review (March): 112-115.

DeVries, D. D. and T. Lee. 2012. Making information work for you. Strategic Finance (February): 36-41.

Dibbern, N., L. Pilipenko, J. Slivensky and W. Chiang. 2013. Deductibility of MBA education expenses. The CPA Journal (September): 56-61.

Douglas, P., T. Beed, K. Clark and S. Weisenburger. 1986. Surviving your first job. Management Accounting (June): 32-35.

Drew, J. 2014. How to start and run a mentoring program. Journal of Accountancy (March): 34-39.

Drucker, P. F. 2005. Managing oneself. Harvard Business Review (January): 100-109. (Summary).

Dutta, S. 2010. What's your personal social media strategy? Harvard Business Review (November): 127-130.

Dutton, J. E. 2003. Energize Your Workplace: How to Build and Sustain High-Quality Connections at Work. Berrett-Koehler Publishers.

Earley, P. C. 1994. Self or group? Cultural effects of training on self-efficacy and performance. Administrative Science Quarterly 39(1): 89-117. (JSTOR link).

Edmondson, A. C. 2011. Strategies for learning from failure. Harvard Business Review (April): 48-55.

El-Raml, Y, and A. Dennis. 2016. Crafting a career that fits the life you want to lead. Journal of Accountancy (October): 34-38.

El-Ramly, Y. and A. Dennis. 2016. Rising to the top on a reduced schedule. Journal of Accountancy (December): 28-32.

Elsbach, K. D. 2003. Managing yourself: How to pitch a brilliant idea. Harvard Business Review (September): 117-123. (Showrunners, artist, and neophytes).

Esquire. 2016. The new rules of personal finance: How to spend, save, invest, and not waste any of your hard-earned tender. Esquire: The Money Issue (April): 87-101, 132.

Evans, J. H. III., M. Feng, V. B. Hoffman, D. V. Moser and W. A. van der Stede. 2015. Points to consider when self-assessing your empirical accounting research. Contemporary Accounting Research 32(3): 1162-1192.

Fagerberg, D. Jr. 1957. Why accounting? The Accounting Review (January): 3-7. (JSTOR link). (Why be an accountant?).

Falgiani, A., M. J. Coe, and J. Thompson. 2004. How to pursue a grassroots mentoring program. Management Accounting Quarterly (Winter): 61-64.

Ferrazzi, K. 2014. Managing yourself. Getting virtual teams right. Harvard Business Review (December): 120-123.

Ferriss, T. 2009. The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere and Join the New Rich. Random House, Inc.

Figler, H. R. 1980. Managing stress. Management Accounting (August): 22-28.

Fleming, J. H., C. Coffman and J. K. Harter. 2005. Manage your human sigma. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 106-114.

Floyd, S. W., D. M. Schroeder and D. M. Finn. 1994. "Only if I'm first author": Conflict over credit in management scholarship. The Academy of Management Journal 37(3): 734-747. (JSTOR link).

Flynn, F. J. 2003. How much should I give and how often? The effects of generosity and frequency of favor exchange on social status and productivity. The Academy of Management Journal 46(5): 539-553. (JSTOR link).

Fogarty, T. J., D. V. Saftner and J. R. Hasselback. 2011. Knowing one’s place: The distribution of new accounting academics into a segmented labor market. Journal of Accounting Education 29(2-3): 89-99.

Ford,D. A., D. A. Gerlowski, and P. J. Korb. 2011. Price versus interest rate expectations: Effects on home-buyer decisions. The CPA Journal (September): 46-49.

Foster, B. 2016. Diversity versus discrimination: How to protect yourself. Cost Management (July/August): 24-36.

Fox, J. 2011. "What is it that only I can do?" Harvard Business Review (January/February): 118-123.

Fredin, A. 2012. The unexpected cost of staying silent: Not blowing the whistle may seem like the easy way out, but those who choose silence pay a price. Strategic Finance (April): 52-59.

Freedman, R. D. and S. A. Stumpf. 1978. What can one learn from the learning style inventory? The Academy of Management Journal 21(2): 275-282. (JSTOR link).

Friedman, S. D. 2008. Managing yourself: Be a better leader, have a richer life. Harvard Business Review (April): 112-118.

Friedman, S. D. 2014. Work + home + community + self. Skills for integrating every part of your life. Harvard Business Review (September): 111-114.

Fryer, B. 2006. Sleep deficit: The performance killer. Harvard Business Review (October): 53-59.

Fryer, B. 2008. When your colleague is a saboteur. Harvard Business Review (November): 41-45. (Case study).

Fuller, L. R. and J. M. Hargadon. 2008. MBA, CMA, and CPA: National partners in the 150-hour requirement. Management Accounting Quarterly (Winter): 39-49.

Fuller, L. R. and J. M. Hargadon. 2010. Go for gold! Take the new CMA and CPA exams while earning your MBA. Management Accounting Quarterly (Spring): 30-40.

Gabarro, J. J. and J. P. Kotter. 2005. Managing your boss. Harvard Business Review (January): 92-99.

Garvin, D. A. and J. D. Margolis. 2015 The art of giving and receiving advice. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 60-71.

Gavin, T. A. and P. Dileepan. 2002. Stress!! Analyzing the culprits and prescribing a cure. Strategic Finance (November): 50-55.

George, B., P. Sims, A. N. McLean and D. Mayer. 2007. Managing yourself: Discovering your authentic leadership. Harvard Business Review (February): 129-138.

Ghoshal, S. and J. Bruch. 2004. Managing yourself: Reclaim your job. Harvard Business Review (March): 41-45.

Gilkey, R. and C. Kilts. 2007. Managing yourself: Cognitive fitness. Harvard Business Review (November): 53-54, 56, 58, 60, 62-64, 66. (Mental push-ups).

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

Gladwell, M. 2005. Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking. Little Brown.

Goetz, B. E. 1960. Ways of learning. Industrial Management Review (April): 9-15.

Gonzalez, J. L. 1987. Time management ... or learning how to say no. Management Accounting (April): 38-39.

Goodman, P. S. 1968. The measurement of an individual's organization map. Administrative Science Quarterly 13(2): 246-265. (JSTOR link).

Gordon, P. J. 1986. What do professors do? Business Horizons (May-June): 38-43.

Gosling, J. and H. Mintzberg. 2003. The five minds of a manager. Harvard Business Review (November): 54-63.

Gottman, J. M. 2007. Making relationships work: A conversation with psychologist John M. Gottman. Harvard Business Review (December): 45-50.

Grasso, L. 2008. The accounting Ph.D. shortage: Crisis or opportunity? Cost Management (March/April): 15-25.

Grayson, J. M., P. M. Basciano and C. L. Cain. 2014. Which would you choice: Funding retirement or paying off consumer debt? Management Accounting Quarterly (Fall): 19-28.

Greer, O. L. 2009. Are you being bullied? Strategic Finance (September): 40-45.

Grenny, J., D. Maxfield and A. Shimberg. 2008. How to have influence. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 47-52.

Grey, C. 1998. On being a professional in a "big six" firm. Accounting, Organizations and Society 23(5-6): 569-587.

Gribbin, D. W. 2005. How to conduct a successful accounting field trip. Management Accounting Quarterly (Fall): 44-50.

Griffiths, D. 2014. The leading edge. Journal of Accountancy (July): 52-55. (Tips from the AICPA on how to become a leader).

Griskevicius, V., R. B. Cialdini and N. J. Goldstein. 2008. Applying (and resisting) peer influence. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 84-88.

Groysberg, B. and R. Abrahams. 2014. Manage your work, manage your life. Harvard Business Review (March): 58-66.

Hagel, J. 2013. How to be a better delegator. Journal of Accountancy (December): 20-21.

Hagel, J. 2013. Saving face in the Facebook age. Journal of Accountancy (October): 22-23.

Hagel, J. 2016. Return from the wings: As you prepare to bow out of your career, here is advice on finding a different role for your encore. Journal of Accountancy (March): 24-27.

Half, R. 1985. Burnout or cop-out? Management Accounting (January): 29-33.

Hall, D. T., B. Schneider and H. T. Nygren. 1970. Personal factors in organizational identification. Administrative Science Quarterly 15(2): 176-190. (JSTOR link).

Hallowell, E. M. 2005. Overloaded circuits: Why smart people underperform. Harvard Business Review (January): 54-62.

Hallowell, E. M. 2010. What brain science tells us about how to excel: A doctor's prescription for achieving peak performance. Harvard Business Review (December): 123-129. (Five steps to the Cycle of Excellence: "Select the right tasks, connect with colleagues, play with problems, grapple with and grow from challenges, and shine in the acknowledgement of your achievements.").

Halvorson, H. G. 2015. Managing yourself. A second chance to make the right impression. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 108-111.

Halvorson, H. G. and E. T. Higgins. 2013. Know what really motivates you. Harvard Business Review (March): 117-120.

Hamilton, R. 2015. Managing yourself: Bridging psychological distance: Four types of gaps - social, temporal, spatial, and experiential - separate us from our goals. Harvard Business Review (March): 116-119.

Hamori, M. 2010. Job-hopping to the top and other career fallacies. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 154-157.

Hargadon, J. M. and L. R. Fuller. 2007. Take two! Strategic Finance (April): 48-54. (Refers to taking both CMA and CPA exams).

Hargadon, J. M. and L. R. Fuller. 2010. Take less - and earn more. Strategic Finance (March): 47-53. (Note).

Hargadon, J. M. and L. R. Fuller. 2015. Double up and stand out! Motivated undergraduate accounting students can follow this nine-step program to pass the CMA exam before graduation and the CPA exam within six months after graduation. Strategic Finance (August): 56-64.

Harshbarger, C. 2003. You're out! Strategic Finance (May): 46-49. (What to do if you lose your job).

Harvard Business Review 2015. Advice on advising. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 64-65.

Harvard Business Review on Managing Yourself. 2005. Harvard Business Press.

Harvard Business Review on What Makes a Leader. 2001. Harvard Business School Press.

Hawley, C. F. 2008. 100+ Winning Answers to the Toughest Interview Questions, 2nd edition. Barron's Educational Series.

Hawley, C. F. 2010. 10 Make-or-Break Career Moments: Navigate, Negotiate, and Communicate for Success. Ten Speed Press.

Heineman, B. W. Jr. 2007. Avoiding integrity land mines. Harvard Business Review (April): 100-108.

Hoffman, M. J. R., K. S. McKenzie and S. Paris. 2008. Paper or plastic? CPAs can educate college students on responsible credit card use. The CPA Journal (September): 16-20.

Hurley, R. F. 2006. Managing yourself: The decision to trust. Harvard Business Review (September): 55-62.

Ibarra, H. 2002. How to stay stuck in the wrong career. Harvard Business Review (December): 40-48.

Ibarra, H. and K. Lineback. 2005. What's your story? All of us construct narratives about ourselves - where we've come from, where we're going. The kinds of stories we tell make an enormous difference in how well we cope with change. Harvard Business Review (January): 64-71.

Institute of Management Accountants. 2000. How to resign gracefully. Strategic Finance (March): 46-48.

Jackman, J. M. and M. H. Strober. 2003. Fear of feedback. Harvard Business Review (April): 101-107.

Jackson, S. E., S. Zedeck and E. Summers. 1985. Family life disruptions: Effects of job-induced structural and emotional interference. The Academy of Management Journal 28(3): 574-586. (JSTOR link).

Jayson, S. 1990. When you lose your job. Management Accounting (May): 25-27.

Jayson, S. and R. F. Randall. 1989. Career planning for the 90's. Management Accounting (May): 16-19.

John, L. K. 2016. How to negotiate with a liar. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 114-117.

Johnson, E. B. 2012. A Beginner's Guide to the Brain: Major Discoveries that Will Change your Life. The Teaching & Learning Compact.

Johnson, S. and K. H. Blanchard. 1998. Who Moved My Cheese? An Amazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life. Putname Publishing Group.

Jones, G. 2008. Managing yourself: How the best of the best get better and better. Harvard Business Review (June): 123-127.

Jones, G. R. 1986. Socialization tactics, self-efficacy, and newcomers' adjustments to organizations. The Academy of Management Journal 29(2): 262-279. (JSTOR link).

Journal of Accountancy. 2013. AICPA launches online community for young CPAs. Journal of Accountancy (October): 91. (It allows members who have passed the Uniform CPA exam who are 22-36 to create customized profiles and interact with their peers. See the Young CPA Network at

Journal of Accountancy. 2016. Accounting career guide lets teens explore profession; Toolkit aims to help firms with change. Journal of Accountancy (August): 90.

Kaigler, B. 2016. Leading without a title. Strategic Finance (March): 23-24.

Kamenetz, A. 2009. Who needs Harvard? Free online courses, Wiki universities, Facebook-style tutoring networks - American higher education is being transformed by a cadre of web-savvy edupunks. Fast Company (September): 84-89. (Summary).

Kaplan, R. E. and R. B. Kaiser. 2009. Managing yourself: Stop overdoing your strengths. Harvard Business Review (February): 100-103.

Kaplan, R. S. 2007. What to ask the person in the mirror. Harvard Business Review (January): 86-95.

Kaplan, R. S. 2008. Managing yourself: Reaching your potential. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 45-49. (Summary).

Kasomenakis, V. and D. Brody. 2008. Property rights of a disinherited spouse. The CPA Journal (May): 50-53.

Kawaski, G. 2015. Managing yourself: The art of evangelism. Harvard Business Review (May): 108-111.

Keller, R. 2008. Make the most of mentoring. Journal of Accountancy (August): 76-80.

Kelley, T. and D. Kelley. 2012. Reclaim your creative confidence. Harvard Business Review (December): 115-118.

Keltner, D. 2016. Don't let power corrupt you. Harvard Business Review (October): 112-115.

Kets de Vries, M. F. R. 2005. The dangers of feeling like a fake. Harvard Business Review (September): 108-116. (The impostor phenomenon).

Kets de Vries, M. F. R. 2016. Managing yourself: Do you hate your boss? How to deal with it. Harvard Business Review (December): 98-101.

Khanna, S. 2015. Boost your LinkedIn profile. Journal of Accountancy (August): 18.

Kilduff, M. and D. V. Day. 1994. Do chameleons get ahead? The effects of self-monitoring on managerial careers. The Academy of Management Journal 37(4): 1047-1060. (JSTOR link).

Kim, S. and D. C. Feldman. 2000. Working in retirement: The antecedents of bridge employment and its consequences for quality of life in retirement. The Academy of Management Journal 43(6): 1195-1210. (JSTOR link).

Kimes, J. D. 1977. Handling stress in the accounting profession. Management Accounting (September): 17-23.

Kimes, J. D. 2004. How to deal with criticism more effectively. Strategic Finance (December): 46-49.

Kleiner, A. 2003. Are you in with the in crowd? Harvard Business Review (July): 86-92. (A core group in every organization dominates all the goings-on).

Knight, L. G. and R. A. Knight. 2013. The benefits and limitations of prenuptial agreements. The CPA Journal (September): 62-66.

Kolb. D. M. 2015. Be your own best advocate. Harvard Business Review (November): 130-133.

Konrad, A. M. and J. Pfeffer. 1990. Do you get what you deserve? Factors affecting the relationship between productivity and pay. Administrative Science Quarterly 35(2): 258-285. (JSTOR link).

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Martin, J. R. 2017. IMA Salary Calculators 2010-2016. Management And Accounting Web.

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