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Jablonsky, S. F. and N. P. Barsky. The Manager's Guide to Financial Analysis. John Wiley & Sons.

Jago, A. G. and V. H. Vroom. 1978. Predicting leader behavior from a measure of behavioral intent. The Academy of Management Journal 21(4): 715-721. (JSTOR link).

Jago, A. G. and V. H. Vroom. 1980. An evaluation of two alternatives to the Vroom/Yetton normative model. The Academy of Management Journal 23(2): 347-355. (JSTOR link).

James, J. V. 1954. Helping top management keep on top of research. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (March): 850-857.

Jansen, E. P. 2011. The effect of leadership style on the information receivers’ reaction to management accounting change. Management Accounting Research (June): 105-124.

Jardim, A. 1970. The First Henry Ford: A Study in Personality and Business Leadership. The MIT Press. Review by C. M. Gudger. (JSTOR link).

Jarett, I. M. 1968. An approach to management training: The management matrix. Management Accounting (February): 8-10.

Jennings, E. E. 1959. The authoritarian cultural lag in business. The Journal of the Academy of Management 2(2): 111-126. (JSTOR link).

Jermier, J. M. and L. J. Berkes. 1979. Leader behavior in a police command bureaucracy: A closer look at the quasi-military model. Administrative Science Quarterly 24(1): 1-23. (JSTOR link).

Jiambalvo, J. and J. Pratt. 1982. Task complexity and leadership effectiveness in CPA firms. The Accounting Review (October): 734-750. (JSTOR link).

Johansson, F. 2004. The Medici Effect: Breakthrough Insights at the Intersection of Ideas, Concepts, and Cultures. Harvard Business School Press.

Johns, G. 1978. Task moderators of the relationship between leadership style and subordinate responses. The Academy of Management Journal 21(2): 319-325. (JSTOR link).

Johnson, H. T. 1992. Relevance Regained: From Top-Down Control to Bottom-up Empowerment. New York: The Free Press. (Summary).

Johnson, H. T. and A. Broms. 2000. Profit Beyond Measure: Extraordinary Results through Attention to Work and People. New York: The Free Press. (Summary).

Johnson, H. T. and R. S. Kaplan. 1987. Relevance Lost: The Rise and Fall of Management Accounting. Boston: Harvard Business School Press. (Summaries and additional information).

Johnson, M. 2015. Sharpening your soft skills. Strategic Finance (January): 17-18.

Johnson, S. and K. H. Blanchard. 1993. The One Minute Manager. Berkley Pub Group.

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. Putnam Publishing Group.

Johnson, W. B. and R. P. Magee. 1985. On executive succession. Administrative Science Quarterly 30(3): 420-422. (JSTOR link).

Jones, G. R. 1987. Organization-client transactions and organizational governance structures. The Academy of Management Journal 30(2): 197-218. (JSTOR link).

Jones, H. R. and M. Johnson. 1972. LPC as a modifier of leader-follower relationships. The Academy of Management Journal 15(2): 185-196. (JSTOR link).

Jones, H. R. Jr. 1969. A study of organization performance for experimental structures of two, three and four levels. The Academy of Management Journal 12(3): 351-365. (JSTOR link).

Jones, S. 2016. Editorial: Current issues in CEO compensation. Abacus 52(4): 611-618.

Joo, J. H. and S. L. Chamberlain. 2017. The effects of governance on classification shifting and compensation shielding. Contemporary Accounting Research 34(4): 1779-1811.

Judge, W. Q. Jr. and C. P. Zeithaml. 1992. Institutional and strategic choice perspectives on board involvement in the strategic decision process. The Academy of Management Journal 35(4): 766-794. (JSTOR link).

Jung, D. I. and B. J. Avolio. 1999. Effects of leadership style and followers' cultural orientation on performance in group and individual task conditions. The Academy of Management Journal 42(2): 208-218. (JSTOR link).

Juran, J. M. 1989. Juran on Leadership for Quality: An Executive Handbook. Free Press.

Justis, R. T. 1975. Leadership effectiveness: A contingency approach. The Academy of Management Journal 18(1): 160-167. (JSTOR link).

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

Kanengieter, J. and A. Rajagopal-Durbin. 2012. Wilderness leadership - On the job. Harvard Business Review (April): 127-131.

Kannan, Y. H., T. R. Skantz and J. L. Higgs. 2014. The impact of CEO and CFO equity incentives on audit scope and perceived risks as revealed through audit fees. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 33(2): 111-139.

Kanter, R. M. 2003. Leadership and the psychology of turnarounds. Harvard Business Review (June): 58-67.

Kanter, R. M. 2011. Zoom in, zoom out. Harvard Business Review (March): 112-116.

Kaplan, R. E. and R. B. Kaiser. 2003. Developing versatile leadership. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 19-26.

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

Karaevli, A. and E. J. Zajac. 2012. When is an outsider CEO a good choice. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 15-17.

Kasriel, S. 2016. Upwork's CEO on how an introverted engineer learned to lead. Harvard Business Review (May): 35-38.

Kassem, M. S. and M. A. Moursi. 1971. Review: Managerial effectiveness. Reviewed work(s): Managerial Behavior, Performance, and Effectiveness by C. Aitken; The Effective Executive by P. Drucker; and Managerial Effectiveness by W. J. Reddin. The Academy of Management Journal 14(3): 381-388. (JSTOR link).

Kasthuri, H. 2009. Leading with your soul. Strategic Finance (February): 44-51. (Ethical leadership model).

Katzenbach, J. R. and J. A. Santamaria. 1999. Firing up the front line. Harvard Business Review (May-June): 107-117. (Summary).The authors discuss five unique practices used by the Marine Corps).

Kavanagh, M. J. 1972. Leadership behavior as a function of subordinate competence and task complexity. Administrative Science Quarterly 17(4): 591-600. (JSTOR link).

Keck, S. L. and M. L. Tushman. 1993. Environmental and organizational context and executive team structure. The Academy of Management Journal 36(6): 1314-1344. (JSTOR link).

Kellerman, B. 2004. Bad Leadership: What It Is, How It Happens, Why It Matters. Harvard Business School Press.

Kellerman, B. 2004. Leadership wards and all. Harvard Business Review (January): 40-45.

Kellerman, B. 2006. When should a leader apologize and when not? Harvard Business Review (April): 72-81.

Kellerman, B. 2007. What every leader needs to know about followers. Harvard Business Review (December): 84-91.

Kent, R. L. and S. E. Moss. 1994. Effects of sex and gender role on leader emergence. The Academy of Management Journal 37(5): 1335-1346. (JSTOR link).

Kerr, J. and R. A. Bettis. 1987. Boards of directors, top management compensation, and shareholder returns. The Academy of Management Journal 30(4): 645-664. (JSTOR link).

Kerr, J. L. and L. Kren. 1992. Effect of relative decision monitoring on chief executive compensation. The Academy of Management Journal 35(2): 370-397. (JSTOR link).

Kesner, I. F. 1988. Directors' characteristics and committee membership: An investigation of type, occupation, tenure, and gender. The Academy of Management Journal 31(1): 66-84. (JSTOR link).

Kesner, I. F. 2003. Leadership development: Perk or priority? Harvard Business Review (May): 29-38. (Case study).

Kesner, I. F., B. Victor and B. T. Lamont. 1986. Board composition and the commission of illegal acts: An investigation of Fortune 500 companies. The Academy of Management Journal 29(4): 789-799. (JSTOR link).

Kets De Vries, M. F. R. 2014. Coaching the toxic leader. Harvard Business Review (April): 100-109.

Khandwalla, P. N. 1973. Effect of competition on the structure of top management control. The Academy of Management Journal 16(2): 285-295. (JSTOR link).

Khurana, R. 2001. Finding the right CEO: Why boards often make poor choices. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 91-95.

Khurana, R. 2002. The curse of the superstar CEO. Harvard Business Review (September): 60-66.

Khurana, R. and N. Nohria. 2008. It's time to make management a true profession. Harvard Business Review (October): 70-77.

Khurana, R., R. Florida, A. Slywotzky, D. L. Coutu, C. M. Christensen, J. Kurtzman, R. Sutton, D. Simester, D. H. Pink, J. Fuller, B. Fryer, C. Meyer, H. Ibarra, I. Quadir, E. Peebles, C. Shirky, T. Stewart, L. Buchanan and R. Kurzweil. 2004. Breakthrough ideas for 2004: The HBR list. Harvard Business Review (February): 13-24, 32-37.

Kim, J., Z. Wang and L. Zhang. 2016. CEO overconfidence and stock price crash risk. Contemporary Accounting Research 33(4): 1720-1749.

Kim, S. and J. Y. Shin. 2017. Executive bonus target ratcheting: Evidence from the new executive compensation disclosures rules. Contemporary Accounting Research 34(4): 1843-1879.

Kim, W. C. and M. Renee. 2014. Blue ocean leadership. Are your employees fully engaged in moving your company forward? Here's how... Harvard Business Review (May): 60-72.

Kim, W. C. and R. Mauborgne. 2003. Tipping point leadership. Harvard Business Review (April): 60-69. (New strategy for New York City's police department).

Kim, W. C. and R. A. Mauborgne. 1993. Procedural justice, attitudes, and subsidiary top management compliance with multinationals' corporate strategic decisions. The Academy of Management Journal 36(3): 502-526. (JSTOR link).

Kim, Y., H. Li and S. Li. 2015. CEO equity incentives and audit fees. Contemporary Accounting Research 32(2): 608-638.

Kimes, J. D. 1988. 20 Attributes of an effective manager. Management Accounting (July): 50-53.

King, A. M. 1986. Cost accounting in the 1990's: Can production executives and financial executives learn to keep in touch? FE: The Magazine for Financial Executives (November): 24-28.

King, M. E. 2017. Commonsense principles of corporate governance. The CPA Journal (July): 28-33. (Presentation by one of the authors of The Chief Value Officer).

Kirby, W. C. 2013. The ex-CEO contemplates a coup. Harvard Business Review (June): 129-133.

Kirtley, O. F. 2005. Leadership in the corporate world. Journal of Accountancy (October): 27-28.

Klein, K. J., J. C. Ziegert, A. P. Knight and Y. Xiao. 2006. Dynamic delegation: Shared, hierarchical, and deindividualized leadership in extreme action teams. Administrative Science Quarterly 51(4): 590-621. (JSTOR link).

Klotz, F. 2016. Monitor, measure, incentive: Is management as simple as that? MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 153-158.

Klotz, F. 2016. Navigating the leadership challenges of innovation ecosystems. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 141-146.

Kobelsky, K. 2012. Discussion of 'On IT governance structures and their effectiveness in collaborative organizational structures'. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 13(3): 221-223.

Kochan, T. A. 2015. The leader's choice. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 69-73.

Koehn, N. F. 2001. Brand New: How Entrepreneurs Earned Consumer's trust from Wedgwood to Dell. Harvard Business School Press.

Kohn, A. 1999. Punished By Rewards: The Trouble with Gold Stars, Incentive Plans, A's, Praise, and Other Bribes. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Kohn, A. 1993. Why incentive plans cannot work. Harvard Business Review (September-October): 54-63. (Summary).

Komaroff, A. L. 2009. Executive physicals what's the ROI? Harvard Business Review (September): 28-30.

Komisar, R. and K. Lineback. 2000. The Monk and the Riddle: The Education of a Silicon Valley Entrepreneur. Harvard Business School Press.

Korn, D. J. 2007. Securing succession success. Journal of Accountancy (December): 34-37.

Kosnik, R. D. 1987. Greenmail: A study of board performance in corporate governance. Administrative Science Quarterly 32(2): 163-185. (JSTOR link).

Kosnik, R. D. 1990. Effects of board demography and directors' incentives on corporate greenmail decisions. The Academy of Management Journal 33(1): 129-150. (JSTOR link).

Kotter, J. P. 1996. Leading Change. Harvard Business School.

Kotter, J. P. 1999. John P. Kotter on What Leaders Really Do. Harvard Business School Press.

Kraemer, H. 2016. A CEO's perspective: How work really gets done - People, strategy, communication, and measurement. Cost Management (September/October): 8-12.

Kramer, R. M. 2003. The harder they fall. Harvard Business Review (October): 58-66. (Recognizing the symptoms of reckless leadership).

Krames, J. A. 2001. The Jack Welch Lexicon of Leadership: Over 250 Terms, Concepts, Strategies & Initiatives of the Legendary Leader. McGraw-Hill Professional.

Kravitz, R. H. 2017. Serving the public interest: Promoting better government reporting and sustainable corporate governance. The CPA Journal (April): 14.

Kravitz, R. H. 2017. The author responds. The CPA Journal (June): 22-23.

Krishnan, R. 1973. Business philosophy and executive responsibility. The Academy of Management Journal 16(4): 658-669. (JSTOR link).

Kroll, K. M. 2005. More talk, more action: A changing role for corporate boards and CPAs. Journal of Accountancy (May): 67-74.

Kroll, M., B. A. Walters and S. A. Le. 2007. The impact of board composition and top management team ownership structure on post-IPO performance in young entrepreneurial firms. The Academy of Management Journal 50(5): 1198-1216. (JSTOR link).

Kuang, Y. F. and B. Qin. 2013. Credit ratings and CEO risk-taking incentives. Contemporary Accounting Research 30(4): 1524-1559.

Kuehn, K. 2008. Seven habits of strategic CFOs. Strategic Finance (September): 26-30.

Kumar, N. and J. E. M. Steenkamp. 2013. Diaspora marketing. Harvard Business Review (October): 127-132. (Building international brands).

Kunisch, S., G. Müller-Stewens and A. Campbell. 2014. Why corporate functions stumble. Harvard Business Review (December): 110-117.

Kwak, B., B. T. Ro and I. Suk. 2012. The composition of top management with general counsel and voluntary information disclosure. Journal of Accounting and Economics (August): 19-41.

Kwon, S. S., H. Wang and T. Nasreen. 2015. The impact of technology and regulatory changes on the relationship between a firm's external governance index and its financial performance and earnings management. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 7(2): 178-223.

Labovitz, G. H. 1969. Can we defend subjective performance appraisal?: (A comment): A reply to Professor Chung. The Academy of Management Journal 12(4): 510-512. (JSTOR link).

Labovitz, G. H. 1969. In defense of subjective executive appraisal. The Academy of Management Journal 12(3): 293-307. (JSTOR link).

Labovitz, G. H. 1972. More on subjective executive appraisal: An empirical study. The Academy of Management Journal 15(3): 289-302. (JSTOR link).

Lachman, R. 1985. Public and private sector differences: CEOs' perceptions of their role environments. The Academy of Management Journal 28(3): 671-680. (JSTOR link).

Lafley, A. G. 2009. What only the CEO can do. Harvard Business Review (May): 54-62.

Lafley, A. G. and N. M. Tichy. 2011. The art and science of finding the right CEO. Harvard Business Review (October): 66-74.

Lai, K. M. Y., B. Srinidhi, F. A. Gul and J. S. L. Tsui. 2017. Board gender diversity, auditor fees, and auditor choice. Contemporary Accounting Research 34(3): 1681-1714.

Lampton, J. A. 2017. The trust gap in organizations. Strategic Finance (December): 36-41.

Landin, J. 2017. Keys to flexible leadership: The secrete to empowered leadership is an ability to adapt in thought, action, and response. Strategic Finance (October): 23-24.

Lane, H. W., J. J. Distefano and M. L. Maznevski. 2000. International Management Behavior: Text, Readings, and Cases. Blackwell Publishing.

Lane, H. W., M. L. Maznevski, M. Mendenhall and J. Mcnett. Editors. 2003. The Blackwell Handbook of Global Management: A Guide to Managing Complexity (Blackwell Handbooks in Management). Blackwell Publishers.

Lang, J. R. and D. E. Lockhart. 1990. Increased environmental uncertainty and changes in board linkage patterns. The Academy of Management Journal 33(1): 106-128. (JSTOR link).

Lansberg, I. 2007. The test of a prince. Harvard Business Review (September): 92-101. (Taking over the family business).

Lara, J. M. G., B. G. Osma and F. Penalva. 2009. Accounting conservatism and corporate governance. Review of Accounting Studies 14(1): 161-201.

Larcker, D. F., E. C. So and C. C. Y. Wang. 2013. Boardroom centrality and firm performance. Journal of Accounting and Economics (April-May): 225-250.

Larson, L. L. and K. M. Rowland. 1974. Leadership style and cognitive complexity. The Academy of Management Journal 17(1): 37-45. (JSTOR link).

Larson, L. L., J. G. Hunt and R. N. Osborn. 1976. The great hi-hi leader behavior myth: A lesson from Occam's razor. The Academy of Management Journal 19(4): 628-641. (JSTOR link).

Lau, S. T., K. Shrestha and J. Yu. 2016. Corporate governance and the information content of earnings announcements: A cross-country analysis. Contemporary Accounting Research 33(3): 1238-1266.

Laux, V. and B. Mittendorf. 2011. Board independence, executive pay, and the adoption of pet projects. Contemporary Accounting Research 28(5): 1467-1483.

Lawler, E. E. III. and D. L. Finegold. 2005. The changing face of corporate boards. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 67-70.

Lawler, E. E. III. and C. G. Worley. 2012. Why boards need to change. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 10-12.

Lawler, E. E. III., D. Finegold, G. Benson, J. Conger and P. T. Spiller. 2002. Adding value in the boardroom. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 92-95.

Lawson, R. A. and S. B. Richtermeyer. 2010. Aligning boards for improved strategic performance oversight. Cost Management (March/April): 6-15.

Leap, T. 2008. When bad people rise to the top. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 23-27.

Lee, T. H. 2010. Turning doctors into leaders. Harvard Business Review (April): 50-58.

Leibs, S. 2012. We will survive. CFO (April): 27-28. (Leadership is the sum of the actions you do or don't take).

Leifer, R., C. M. McDermott, G. C. O'Connor, L. S. Peters, M. Rice and R. W. Veryzer. 2000. Radical Innovation: How Mature Companies Outsmart Upstarts. Harvard Business School Press.

Leister, A., D. Borden and F. E. Fiedler. 1977. Validation of contingency model leadership training: Leader match. The Academy of Management Journal 20(3): 464-470. (JSTOR link).

Lencioni, P. M. 2002. Make your values mean something. Harvard Business Review (July): 113-117. (Summary).

Leonard, D. and W. Swap. 2004. Deep Smarts: How to Cultivate and Transfer Enduring Business Wisdom. Harvard Business School Press.

Lepore, D. and O. Cohen. 1999. Deming and Goldratt: The Theory of Constraints and the System of Profound Knowledge- The Decalogue. Great Barrington, MA: North River Press. (Summary).

Lester, R. K. and M. J. Piore. 2004. Innovation: The Missing Dimension. Harvard University Press.

Li, C., Y. Tseng and T. Chen. 2016. Top management team expertise and corporate real earnings management activities. Advances in Accounting: Incorporating Advances in International Accounting (34): 117-132.

Liden, R. C. and G. Graen. 1980. Generalizability of the vertical dyad linkage model of leadership. The Academy of Management Journal 23(3): 451-465. (JSTOR link).

Lightle, S. S., B. Baker and J. F. Castellano. 2009. The role of boards of directors in shaping organizational culture. The CPA Journal (November): 68-72.

Lightle, S. S., B. Baker and J. F. Castellano. 2015. Assessment of tone at the top. The CPA Journal (June): 50-55.

Lisic, L. L., T. L. Neal, I X. Zhang and Y. Zhang. 2016. CEO power, internal control quality, and audit committee effectiveness in substance versus in form. Contemporary Accounting Research 33(3): 1199-1237.

Livingston, J. S. 2003. Pygmalion in management. Harvard Business Review (January): 97-106. (How to get the best out of your employees? Expect the best).

Lopes, A. B., M. Walker and R. L. M. da Silva. 2016. The determinants of firm-specific corporate governance arrangements, IFRS adoption, and the informativeness of accounting reports: Evidence from Brazil. Journal of International Accounting Research 15(2): 101-124.

Lord, R. G. 1977. Functional leadership behavior: Measurement and relation to social power and leadership perceptions. Administrative Science Quarterly 22(1): 114-133. (JSTOR link).

Lorsch, J. W. and A. Zelleke. 2005. Should the CEO be the chairman? MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 71-74.

Lorsch, J. W. and R. C. Clark. 2008. Leading from the boardroom. Harvard Business Review (April): 104-111.

Lorsch, J. W. and T. J. Tierney. 2002. Aligning the Stars: How to Succeed When Professions Drive Results. Harvard Business School Press.

Lovallo, D. and D. Kahneman. 2003. Delusions of success: How optimism undermines executive decisions. Harvard Business Review (July): 56-63. (How to inject more reality into forecasting).

Lovegrove, N. and M. Thomas. 2013. Triple-strength leadership. Harvard Business Review (September): 46-55.

Lowin, A., W. J. Hrapchak and M. J. Kavanagh. 1969. Consideration and initiating structure: An experimental investigation of leadership traits. Administrative Science Quarterly 14(2): 238-253. (JSTOR link).

Lubatkin, M. H., K. H. Chung, R. C. Rogers and J. E. Owers. 1989. Stockholder reactions to CEO changes in large corporations. The Academy of Management Journal 32(1): 47-68. (JSTOR link).

Luecke, D. S. 1973. The professional as organizational leader. Administrative Science Quarterly 18(1): 86-94. (JSTOR link).

Lueneburger, C. and D. Goleman. 2010. The change leadership sustainability demands. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 49-55.

Lundin, S. C., et al. 2000. Fish! A Remarkable Way to Boost Morale and Improve Results. Hyperion.

Luoma, P. and J. Goodstein. 1999. Stakeholders and corporate boards: Institutional influences on board composition and structure. The Academy of Management Journal 42(5): 553-563. (JSTOR link).

Lussier, R. N. and C. F. Achua. 2001. Management Effectiveness: Developing Leadership Skills. South-Western Educational Publishing.

Lussier, R. N. and C. F. Achua. 2009. Leadership: Theory, Application, & Skill Development, 4th edition. South-Western College Pub.

Luster, P. 2017. Book review: Leaders are made, not born. Strategic Finance (August): 12. (Review of Tracy B. Leadership).

Lynch, R. L., J. G. Diezemann and J. F. Dowling. 2003. The Capable Company: Building the Capabilities That Make Strategy Work. Blackwell Publishing.

Maccoby, M., G. H. Gittell and M. A. Ledeen. 2004. Leadership and the fear factor. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 14-18.

Major, E. and A. Marques. 2009. IFRS introduction, corporate governance and firm performance: Evidence from Portugal. Journal of Applied Management Accounting Research (Summer): 55-70.

Malhotra, C. K. and A. Malhotra. 2016. How CEOs can leverage Twitter. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 73-79.

Mallette, P. and K. L. Fowler. 1992. Effects of board composition and stock ownership on the adoption of "poison pills". The Academy of Management Journal 35(5): 1010-1035. (JSTOR link).

Mandeville, M. J. 1960. The nature of authority. The Journal of the Academy of Management 3(2): 107-118. (JSTOR link).

Mandeville, M. J. 1961. The nature of authority: Comment: Reply to C. Edward Weber. The Journal of the Academy of Management 4(1): 64-66. (JSTOR link).

Mangurian, G. E. 2007. Realizing what you're made of. Harvard Business Review (March): 125-130. (Executive hit rock bottom and recovered).

Manz, C. C. and H. P. Sims, Jr. 1987. Leading workers to lead themselves: The external leadership of self-managing work teams. Administrative Science Quarterly 32(1): 106-129. (JSTOR link).

Manzetti, P. and A. Mehta. 2015. How to engage and inform the nonprofit board. The CPA Journal (June): 12-14.

Manzoni, J. and J. Barsoux. 2002. The Set-Up-to-Fail Syndrome: How Good Managers Cause Great People to Fail. Harvard Business School Press.

Markides, C. C. 1999. All the Right Moves: A Guide to Crafting Breakthrough Strategies. Harvard Business School Press.

Marks, E. A. 2002. Business Darwinism Evolve or Dissolve: Adaptive Strategies for the Information Age. John Wiley & Sons.

Marriott, B. 2013. Marriott's Executive Chairman on choosing the first nonfamily CEO. Harvard Business Review (May): 45-48.

Martin, R. 2007. How successful leaders think. Harvard Business Review (June): 60-67.

Masli, A., V. J. Richardson, J. M. Sanchez and R. E. Smith. 2014. The interrelationships between information technology spending, CEO equity incentives, and firm value. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 41-65.

Mason, H. and T. Rohner. 2002. The Venture Imperative. Harvard Business School Press.

Masulis, R. W., C. Wang and F. Xie. 2012. Globalizing the boardroom - The effects of foreign directors on corporate governance and firm performance. Journal of Accounting and Economics (June): 527-554.

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

Maxwell, J. C. 1998. The 21 Irrefutable Laws Of Leadership: Follow Them and People will Follow You. Thomas Nelson.

Maxwell, J. C. 1999. The 21 Indispensable Qualities Of A Leader: Becoming the Person that People Want to Follow. Thomas Nelson.

Maxwell, J. C. 2001. The 17 Indisputable Laws Of Teamwork: Embrace Them and Empower Your Team. Thomas Nelson.

Mayer, K. J. and R. M. Salomon. 2006. Capabilities, contractual hazards, and governance: Integrating resource-based and transaction cost perspectives. The Academy of Management Journal 49(5): 942-959. (JSTOR link).

Mayo, A. J. and N. Nohria. 2005. Zeitgeist leadership. Harvard Business Review (October): 45-60.

McAllister, D. 1970. Unprincipled administration. Abacus 6(1): 81-87.

McClelland, D. C. and D. H. Burnham. 2003. Power is the great motivator. Harvard Business Review (January): 117-126. ("Contrary to popular opinion, the best managers are the ones who like power - and use it." This is a reprint of their 1976 HBR article).

Maccoby, M. 2004. Narcissistic leaders: The incredible pros, the inevitable cons. Harvard Business Review (January): 92-101.

Maccoby, M. 2004. Why people follow the leader: The power of transference. Harvard Business Review (September): 76-85.

McKee, R. 2003. Storytelling that moves people. Harvard Business Review (June): 51-55.

Mankins, M. C. 2004. Stop wasting valuable time. Harvard Business Review (September): 58-65. (Seven techniques to help your management team make better and faster decisions).

McAfee, A. 2011. What every CEO needs to know about the cloud. Harvard Business Review (November): 124-132.

McDermott, B. 2016. SAP's CEO on being the American head of a German multinational. Harvard Business Review (November): 35-38.

McDonald, M. L. and J. D. Westphal. 2003. Getting by with the advice of their friends: CEOs' advice networks and firms' strategic responses to poor performance. Administrative Science Quarterly 48(1): 1-32. (JSTOR link).

McEnrue, M. P. 1988. Length of experience and the performance of managers in the establishment phase of their careers. The Academy of Management Journal 31(1): 175-185. (JSTOR link).

McGinn, D. 2014. The numbers in Jeff Bezos's head. Harvard Business Review (November): 58-61.

McGinn, D. 2016. The 100 best-performing CEOs in the world. Resisting the lure of short-termism. Harvard Business Review (November): 41-43.

McGinn, D. 2017. Fashionable growth: A conversation with Inditex CEO Pablo Isla. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 72-73.

McGinn, D. 2017. Leading, not managing, in crisis. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 164-165.

McGinn, D. 2017. The best-performing CEOs in the world 2017. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 66-77.

McGlory, K. 2000. Time well spent? Strategic Finance (November): 76-79. (Meetings should be organized, efficient and productive).

McGovern, G. J., D. Court, J. A. Quelch and G. Crawford. 2004. Bringing customers into the boardroom. Harvard Business Review (November): 70-80.

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