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Fairchild, G. 2015. Case study. Should you sell that product? Harvard Business Review (January/February): 113-115.

Falk, A. T. 1929. Analyzing advertising results. Harvard Business Review (January): 185-194.

Falk, A. T. 1929. Analyzing advertising results II. Harvard Business Review (April): 312-329.

Falk, D. R. 1930. Central buying by department-store mergers. Harvard Business Review (April): 265-273.

Fallon, P. 2014. How I did it... Fallon's chairman on getting clients to take creative risks. Harvard Business Review (October): 35-38.

Farquhar, H. H. 1923. Measuring the performance of the production department. Harvard Business Review (April): 331-341.

Farrell, D. 2003. The real new economy. Harvard Business Review (October): 104-112. (Keys to success now: Aggressive innovation and highly targeted investments in IT).

Farrell, D. 2004. Beyond offshoring: Assess your company's global potential. Harvard Business Review (December): 82-90.

Farrell, D. 2006. Smarter offshoring. Harvard Business Review (June): 84-92.

Farson, R. and R. Keyes. 2002. The failure-tolerant leader. Harvard Business Review (August): 64-71.

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

Favaro, K., T. Romberger and D. Meer. 2009. Five rules for retailing in a recession. Harvard Business Review (April): 64-72.

Fayard, A. and J. Weeks. 2011. Who moved my cube? Creating workspaces that actually foster collaboration. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 102-110.

Feiss, R. A. 1924. The life of Frederick W. Taylor: A review. Harvard Business Review (October): 85-88.

Feld, C. S. and D. B. Stoddard. 2004. Getting IT right. Harvard Business Review (February): 72-79.

Fels, A. 2004. Do women lack ambition? Harvard Business Review (April): 50-54, 56, 58-60.

Fenning, K. 1924. Interest of trade associations in patents and trade-marks. Harvard Business Review (October): 81-84.

Ferdows, K., M. A. Lewis and J. A. D. Machuca. 2004. Rapid-fire fulfillment. Harvard Business Review (November): 104-110. ("Spanish clothier Zara turns the rules of supply chain management on their head. The result? A superresponsive network and profit margins that are the envy of the industry.").

Ferguson, G. T. 2002. Have your objects call my objects. Harvard Business Review (June): 138-143. (Silent commerce).

Ferguson, N. 2009. The descent of finance. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 44-53. ("September 2008 was the month American finance went off the cliff.").

FernáNdez-AráOz, C. 2014, 21st century talent spotting. Harvard Business Review (June): 46-56.

Fernandez-Araoz, C., A. Roscoe and K. Aramaki. 2017. Turning potential into success: The missing link in leadership development. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 86-93.

Fernández-Aráoz, C., B. Groysberg and N. Nohria. 2011. How to hang on to your high potentials. Harvard Business Review (October): 76-83.

Fernandez-Araoz, C., S. Iqbal and J. Ritter. 2015. Leadership lessons from great family businesses. Harvard Business Review (April): 82-88.

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

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).

Fewster, J. D. 1930. The packers' consent decree. Harvard Business Review (April): 346-353.

Filsinger, E. B. 1925. The distribution of American textiles in South America. Harvard Business Review (January): 194-203.

Finder, J. 2007. The CEO's private investigation. Harvard Business Review (October): 47-52, 54, 56, 58, 60. (Case study).

Finkelstein, S. 2016. Secrets of superbosses. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 104-107.

Fischer, B. and A. Boynton. 2005. Virtuoso teams. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 116-123.

Fischhoff, B. 2006. Getting straight talk right. Harvard Business Review (May: 24-28.

Fisher, M. and R. Vaidyanathan. 2012. Which products should you stock? A new technique to help retailers improve assortment planning. Harvard Business Review (November): 108-118.

Fisher, M., V. Gaur and H. Kleinberger. 2017. Curing the addiction to growth. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 66-74.

Fisher, M., V. Gaur and H. Kleinberger. 2017. Curing the addiction to growth. Harvard Business Review (March/April): 20.

Fisk, J. 2015. How I did it...SC Johnson's CEO on doing the right thing, even when it hurts business. Harvard Business Review (April): 33-36.

Fisman, R. and M. Luca. 2016. Fixing discrimination in online marketplaces: Airbnb, Uber, and others are facing the unintended consequences of their platforms' design choices. Harvard Business Review (December): 88-95.

Fisman, R. and Y. Wang. 2013. The unsafe side of Chinese crony capitalism. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 24. (When bosses are politically connected, more workers die).

Flatters, P. and M. Willmott. 2009. Understanding the postrecession consumer. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 106-112.

Fleit, C. 2017. The evolution of the CMO. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 60. (Chief marketing officer).

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

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.

Flyvbjerg, B. and A. Budzier. 2011. Why your IT project may be riskier than you think. Harvard Business Review (September): 23-25.

Fogel, S., D. Hoffmeister, R. Rocco and D. P. Strunk. 2012. Teaching sales. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 94-99.

Folsom, M. B. 1924. The organization of a statistical department. Harvard Business Review (January): 178-193.

Folsom, M. B. 1930. The thirteen-month calendar. Harvard Business Review (January): 218-226.

Foote, N., R. Eisenstat and T. Fredberg. 2011. The higher ambition leader. Harvard Business Review (September): 94-102.

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).

Foster, W. and J. Bradach. 2005. Should nonprofits seek profits? Harvard Business Review (February): 92-100.

Foster, W. and S. W. Ditkoff. 2011. When you've made enough to make a difference. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 142-148.

Foster, W. T. and W. Catchings. 1925. Why not do away with profits? Harvard Business Review (January): 141-149. ("Somebody must determine what goods are to be produced. The decision must rest either with the government or with consumers. It is impossible for any government to perform this service with satisfaction to consumers. Therefore consumers must decide. The only way they can make their decisions effective is through exercising their freedom of choice in the ordinary course of marketing. This freedom of choice constitutes the chief risk of business and gives rise inevitable to profits and losses." p. 149).

Fortghang, R. S., D. A. Lax and J. K. Sebenius. 2003. Negotiating the spirit of the deal. Harvard Business Review (February): 66-75.

Fournier, S. and L. Lee. 2009. Getting brand communities right. Harvard Business Review (April): 105-111.

Fournier, S., G. M. Eckhardt and F. Bardhi. 2013. Learning to play in the new "share economy". Harvard Business Review (July/August): 125-129.

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

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

Fox, J. 2012. Out of Africa. Harvard Business Review (November): 144-145. (Review of books about Africa).

Fox, J. 2012. The economics of well-being: Have we found a better gauge of success than GDP? Harvard Business Review (January/February): 78-83. (Many things of value in life cannot be captured by GDP, but they can be measured by metrics of health, education, and freedom." The UN's Human Development Index measures health and longevity, knowledge and income).

Fox, J. 2013. What we've learned from the financial crisis. Harvard Business Review (November): 94-101.

Fox, J. 2015. From "Economic Man" to behavioral economics. Harvard Business Review (May): 78-85.

Fox, J. and J. W. Lorsch. 2012. What good are shareholders? Investors should provide money, information, and discipline. They often fall short. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 48-57.

Fraser, C. E. 1923. The readjustment of retail and wholesale operating expenses. Harvard Business Review (January): 212-225.

Fraser, C. E. 1925. Can the small merchant compete with the large store? Harvard Business Review (July): 456-465.

Frederick, J. G. 1928. A balance sheet of American business. Harvard Business Review (January):152-159.

Freeman, K. W. 2004. The CEO's real legacy. Harvard Business Review (November): 51-58.

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

Frei, F. X. 2006. Breaking the trade-off between efficiency and service. Harvard Business Review (November): 92-101.

Frei, F. X. 2008. The four things a service business must get right. Harvard Business Review (April): 70-80.

Freyd, M. 1926. The analysis of keyed returns. Harvard Business Review (April): 313-318. (Key advertisements to determine their effectiveness).

Freyd, M. 1926. The experimental evaluation of a merchandising unit. Harvard Business Review (January): 196-202.

Freyd, M. 1927. Two types of industrial research. Harvard Business Review (April): 293-297.

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

Frick, W. 2015. Question certainty. Harvard Business Review (October): 130-131.

Frick, W. 2015. Synthesis: Technology doesn't always beat labor. Harvard Business Review (March): 126-127.

Frick, W. 2015. When your boss wears metal pants: Insights from the frontier of human-robot research. Harvard Business Review (June): 84-89.

Frick, W. 2016. The case for activist investor. Harvard Business Review (March): 108-109.

Frick, W. 2016. Who controls the internet? Harvard Business Review (June): 114-115.

Frick, W. 2017. The other digital divide. Harvard Business Review (May/June): 160-161.

Friedlander, A. J. 1925. A study in investment values of industrial bonds. Harvard Business Review (January): 222-228.

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.

Friedrich, J., A. Noam and E. Ofek. 2014. Right up the middle: How Israeli firms go global. Harvard Business Review (May): 113-117.

Friel, T. J. and R. S. Duboff. 2009. The last act of a great CEO. Harvard Business Review (January): 82-89.

Frigo, M. L. and J. Litman. 2004. Give my regrets to Wall Street. Harvard Business Review (February): 43-51. (Case study).

Frisch, B. 2008. When teams can't decide. Harvard Business Review (November): 121-126.

Frisch, B. 2011. Who really makes the big decisions in your company? Harvard Business Review (December): 104-111.

Frisch, B. and G. Greene. 2015. Leadership summits that work. Harvard Business Review (March): 84-95.

Frisch, B. and G. Greene. 2015. Leadership summits that work: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (May): 17.

Frisch, B. and L. Chandler. 2006. Off-sites that work. Harvard Business Review (June): 117-126.

Frohman, D. 2006. Leadership under fire. Harvard Business Review (December): 124-131.

Fryer, B. 2003. In a world of pay. Harvard Business Review (November): 31-40. (Case study).

Fryer, B. 2004. The micromanager. Harvard Business Review (September): 31-40. (Case study).

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).

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

Fryer, B., B. Jensen, B. LePatner, J. Kimmel, K. Conway and S. Davis. 2002. The moonlighter. Harvard Business Review (November): 33-41. (Case study).

Fryer, B., J. Kirby, H. Weyers, S. Solovay, M. V. Roehling and A. Wilensky. 2005. Fat chance. Harvard Business Review (May): 33-44. (Case study).

Fryer, B., L. J. Stybel, M. Peabody, J. Dormann and R. I. Sutton. 2009. The layoff. Harvard Business Review (March): 33-40. (Case study).

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

Fuller, C. P. 1928. The copper cartel. Harvard Business Review (April): 322-328.

Fuller, J. 2002. A letter to the chief executive. Harvard Business Review (October): 94-99.

Furr, N. and D. Snow. 2015. The Prius approach. Harvard Business Review (November): 102-109.

Furr, N. and J. H. Dyer. 2014. Leading your team into the unknown. Harvard Business Review (December): 80-88.

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.

Fusaro, R. A. 2004. None of our business. Harvard Business Review (December): 33-44. (Case study).

Gabarro, J. J. 2007. When a new manager takes charge. Harvard Business Review (January): 104-117.

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

Gabrielli de Azevedo, J. S. 2009. The greening of Petrobras. Harvard Business Review (March): 43-47.

Gadiesh, O. and J. L. Gilbert. 2001. Transforming corner-office strategy into frontline action. Harvard Business Review (May): 72-79. (Summary).

Gadiesh, O., P. Leung and T. Vestring. 2007. The battle for China's good-enough market. Harvard Business Review (September): 80-89.

Gaines-Ross, L. 2010. Reputation warfare. Harvard Business Review (December): 70-76.

Galford, R. and A. S. Drapeau. 2003. The enemies of trust. Harvard Business Review (February): 88-95. (Inconsistent messages, inconsistent standards, misplaced benevolence, false feedback, failure to trust others, elephants in the parlor, rumors in a vacuum, and consistent corporate underperformance).

Galinsky, A. D. and G. J. Kilduff. 2013. Be seen as a leader. Harvard Business Review (December): 127-130.

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

Gardner, H. 2007. The ethical mind. Harvard Business Review (March): 51-56.

Gardner, H. K. 2012. Coming through when it matters most: How great teams do their best work under pressure. Harvard Business Review (April): 82-91.

Gardner, H. K. 2015. Breaking down barriers to collaboration: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (May): 18.

Gardner, H. K. 2015. When senior managers won't collaborate. Harvard Business Review (March): 74-82.

Gardner, H. K. 2017. Getting your stars to collaborate. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 100-108.

Garnier, J. 2008. Rebuilding the R&D engine in big pharma. Harvard Business Review (May): 68-76.

Garvin, D. 2013. How Google sold its engineers on management. Harvard Business Review (December): 74-82.

Garvin, D. A. 1983. Quality on the line: Hard new evidence on American product quality underscores the task ahead for management. Harvard Business Review (September-October): 64-75. (Compares U.S. and Japanese quality. Japanese companies' average assembly-line defect rate was almost 70 times lower, and their average first-year service call rates were nearly 17 times better).

Garvin, D. A. 2006. All the wrong moves. Harvard Business Review (January): 18, 20-24, 26, 28-29. (Fictional case).

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

Garvin, D. A. and L. C. Levesque. 2006. Meeting the challenge of corporate entrepreneurship. Harvard Business Review (October): 102-112.

Garvin, D. A. and L. C. Levesque. 2008. The multiunit enterprise. Harvard Business Review (June): 106-117.

Garvin, D. A. and M. A. Roberto. 2001. What you don't know about making decisions. Harvard Business Review (September): 108-116.

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

Garvin, D. A., A. C. Edmondson and F. Gino. 2008. Is yours a learning organization? Harvard Business Review (March): 109-116.

Garvin, D. A., G. Natarajan and D. Dowling. 2014. Can a strong culture be too strong? Harvard Business Review (January/Feburary): 113-117.

Gary, L., B. Elliot, L. E. Taylor, R. K. Andrews and S. Goliaszewski. 2008. When Steve becomes Stephanie. Harvard Business Review (December): 35-42. (Case study).

Gavet, M. 2014. How we did it... The CEO of Ozon on building an e-commerce giant in a cash-only economy. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 38-41.

Gavett, G. 2016. Generations united. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 114-115. (Books about millennials).

Gavetti, G. 2011. The new psychology of strategic leadership. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 118-125.

Gavetti, G. and J. W. Giovanni. 2005. How strategists really think: Tapping the power of analogy. Harvard Business Review (April): 54-63.

Gay, E. F. 1927. The founding of the Harvard Business School. Harvard Business Review (July): 397-400.

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.

Geissler, C. 2005. The Cane mutiny: Managing a graying workforce. Harvard Business Review (October): 31-42. (Case study).

Gelfond, R. 2013. How I did it. The CEO of IMAX on how it became a Hollywood powerhouse. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 36-39.

Gentile, M. C. 2010. Keeping your colleagues honest. Harvard Business Review (March): 114-117.

George, B. and J. W. Lorsch. 2014. How to outsmart activist investors. Harvard Business Review (May): 88-95.

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

Gerson, B. 2004. Taking the cake. Harvard Business Review (March): 29-39. (Case study).

Gerson, B., J. Parker, E. Volokh, J. Halloran and M. G. Cherkasky. 2006. The reign of zero tolerance. Harvard Business Review (November): 39-52. (Case).

Gerwin, D. 1982. Do's and don'ts of computerized manufacturing. Harvard Business Review (March-April): 107-116.

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

Ghemawat, P. 2003. The forgotten strategy. Harvard Business Review (November): 76-84. ("Indeed, in their rush to exploit similarities across borders, multinationals have discounted the original global strategy: arbitrage, the strategy of difference." Types of arbitrage include: cultural arbitrage, administrative arbitrage, geographic arbitrage, and economic arbitrage).

Ghemawat, P. 2004. The growth boosters. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 35-40. (Discussion of new books about growth strategies and an old book by A. D. Chandler - The Visible Hand).

Ghemawat, P. 2005. Regional strategies for global leadership. Harvard Business Review (December): 98-108.

Ghemawat, P. 2007. Managing differences: The central challenge of global strategy. Harvard Business Review (March): 58-68.

Ghemawat, P. 2010. Finding your strategy in the new landscape. Harvard Business Review (March): 54-60.

Ghemawat, P. 2011. The cosmopolitan corporation: Global success requires that companies appreciate diversity and distance rather than see to eliminate them. Harvard Business Review (May): 92-99.

Ghemawat, P. 2017. Globalization in the age of Trump: Protectionism will change how companies do business - but not in the ways you think. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 112-123.

Ghemawat, P. and T. Hout. 2008. Tomorrow's global giants? Harvard Business Review (November): 80-88.

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

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

Giamanco, B. and K. Gregoire. 2012. Tweet me, friend me, make me buy. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 88-93.

Gibb, D. E. W. 1924. Recent developments in Lloyd's. Harvard Business Review (April): 345-353.

Gilbert, C. and J. L. Bower. 2002. Disruptive change. Harvard Business Review (May): 95-100.

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

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).

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.

Gino, F. and B. R. Staats. 2012. The microwork solution: A new approach to outsourcing can support economic development - and add to your bottom line. Harvard Business Review (December): 92-96.

Gino, F. and G. P. Pisano. 2011. Why leaders don't learn from success. Harvard Business Review (April): 68-44.

Gino, F., B. Staats, J. Jachimowicz, J. Lee and J. Menges. 2017. Reclaim your commute. Harvard Business Review (May/June): 149-153.

Giotitsas, C., C. V. Harquail and G. Feldt. 2015. Power plays. Harvard Business Review (March): 20.

Girod, S. J. G. and S. Karim. 2017. Restructure of reconfigure? Designing the reorg that works for you. Harvard Business Review (March/April): 128-132.

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.

Glaser, J. P.. G. C. Halvorson, M. Ford, R. Heffner and J. A. Kastor. 2007. Too far ahead of the IT curve? Harvard Business Review (July-August): 29-39.

Goel, A. 2013. The unmanageable star performer. Harvard Business Review (May): 141-145.

Goffee, R. and G. Jones. 2005. Managing authenticity: The paradox of great leadership. Harvard Business Review (December): 86-94.

Goffee, R. and G. Jones. 2007. Leading clever people. Harvard Business Review (March): 72-79.

Goffee, R. and G. Jones. 2013. Creating the best workplace on Earth. Harvard Business Review (May): 980-106.

Goga-Cooke, J., A. Topalian, J. Kolko and R. Sokan. 2015. Design thinking infuses corporations: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (November): 22-23.

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

Goldsmith, M. 2009. How not to lose the top job. Harvard Business Review (January): 72-80.

Goldstein, D. G., E. J. Johnson, A. Herrmann and M. Heitmann. 2008. Nudge your customers toward better choices. Harvard Business Review (December): 99-105.

Goleman, D. 2004. What makes a leader? Harvard Business Review (January): 82-91.

Goleman, D. 2013. The focused leader. Harvard Business Review (December): 50-60.

Goleman, D. and R. Boyatzis. 2008. Social intelligence and the biology of leadership. Harvard Business Review (September): 74-81.

Goler, L., J. Gale and A. Grant. 2016. Let's not kill performance evaluations yet: Facebook's experience shows why they can still be valuable. Harvard Business Review (November): 90-94.

Gonik, J. 1978. Tie salesmen's bonuses to their forecasts. Harvard Business Review (May-June): 116-123.

Goodman, M. 2011. What business can learn from organized crime. Harvard Business Review (November): 27-30.

Goodson, R. E. 2002. Read a plant - fast. Harvard Business Review (May): 105-113. (How the rapid plant assessment (RPA) process can tell you if a factory is truly lean in as little as 30 minutes. The process includes two tools: The RPA rating sheet includes 11 categories for assessing leanness, and the RPA questionnaire includes 20 yes or no questions).

Goold, M. and A. Campbell. 2002. Do you have a well-designed organization? Harvard Business Review (March): 117-124. (Nine test to guide the way: The market test, the parenting advantage test, the people test, the feasibility test, the specialist cultures test, the difficult-links test, the redundant-hierarchy test, the accountability test, and the flexibility test).

Gopalan, R., J. Horn and T. Milbourn. 2017. Comp targets that work: How to keep executives from gaming the system. Harvard Business Review (September/October): 102-107.

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

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.

Gottfredson, M., R. Puryear and S. Phillips. 2005. Strategic sourcing from periphery to the core. Harvard Business Review (February): 132-139.

Gottfredson, M., S. Schaubert and H. Saenz. 2008. The new leader's guide to diagnosing the business. Harvard Business Review (February): 62-73.

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

Gottschaig, O. F. and A. A. Pe'er. 2008. Forethought: Do politics shape buy out performance? Harvard Business Review (November): 26-27.

Gouillart, F. and D. Billings. 2013. Community-powered problem solving. Harvard Business Review (April): 70-77.

Goulston, M. 2015. How people communicate during conflict. Harvard Business Review (June): 22.

Gourville, J. and D. Soman. 2002. Pricing and the psychology of consumption. Harvard Business Review (September): 90-96.

Gourville, J. T. 2006. Eager sellers & stony buyers. Harvard Business Review (June): 98-106.

Gourville, J. T., R. A. Lutz, C. M. Christensen, J. Wittes and N. Galakatos. 2005. Holding fast. Harvard Business Review (June): 35-46. (Case study).

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. 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 R. Ramamurti. 2013. Delivering world-class health care, affordably. Harvard Business Review (November): 117-122.

Goyal, M., M. Q. Hancock and H. Hatami. 2012. Selling into micromarkets. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 78-86.

Gragg, C. I. 1930. Marketing problems in the aviation industry. Harvard Business Review (July): 490-500.

Gragg, M. T. 1930. Testing advertising. Harvard Business Review (October): 111-123.

Graham, G. L. 2002. If you want honesty, break some rules. Harvard Business Review (April): 42-47. (How to create a culture where people aren't afraid to speak the truth).

Graham, J. L. and N. M. Lam. 2003. The Chinese negotiation. Harvard Business Review (October): 82-91. (How to deal with China. Understand the cultural context of Chinese business style). (Summary).

Grant, A. 2013. In the company of givers and takers. Harvard Business Review (April): 90-97.

Grant, A. 2016. How to build a culture of originality. Harvard Business Review (March): 86-94.

Grant, A. M. 2011. How customers can rally your troops. Harvard Business Review (June): 96-103.

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Harvard Business Review. 1922. Review: Budgetary control by J. O. McKinsey. Harvard Business Review (October): 20-121.

Harvard Business Review. 1922. Summaries of Business Research. Harvard Business Review (October): 98-110.

Harvard Business Review. 1923. Case Studies in Business: Allernet Lace Company. Harvard Business Review (January): 43-248.

Harvard Business Review. 1923. Case Studies in Business: Distribution policies of tire manufacturers. Harvard Business Review (October): 114-119.

Harvard Business Review. 1923. Case Studies in Business: The Anderson Steel Company. Harvard Business Review (January): 35-240.

Harvard Business Review. 1923. Case Studies in Business: The Hammett Manufacturing Company. Harvard Business Review (April): 378-380.

Harvard Business Review. 1923. Case Studies in Business: The installation of a shop committee. Harvard Business Review (October): 119-123.

Harvard Business Review. 1923. Case Studies in Business: The Lansdowne Company. Harvard Business Review (April): 75-378.

Harvard Business Review. 1923. Case Studies in Business: The mail-order policies of a department store. Harvard Business Review (July): 495-499.

arvard Business Review. 1923. Case Studies in Business: The Palmer Manufacturing Company. Harvard Business Review (January): 240-243.

Harvard Business Review. 1923. Case Studies in Business: The Pike Company. Harvard Business Review (January): 48-251.

Harvard Business Review. 1923. Case Studies in Business: The utilization of an acquired competitive brand. Harvard Business Review (July): 499-502.

Harvard Business Review. 1923. Case Studies in Business: Tinkham Littell, Inc. Harvard Business Review (April): 368-374.

Harvard Business Review. 1923. Summaries of Business Research: A comparison of par and no-par stock, with special reference to the effect of this feature on market price. Harvard Business Review (October): 108-113.

Harvard Business Review. 1923. Summaries of Business Research: Budgetary control of expense in department stores. Harvard Business Review (October): 9-108.

Harvard Business Review. 1923. Summaries of Business Research: Going value as an element in the valuation of public utility properties. Harvard Business Review (April): 359-367.

Harvard Business Review. 1923. Summaries of Business Research: Labor turnover costs in a shoe factory. Harvard Business Review (July): 490-494.

Harvard Business Review. 1923. Summaries of Business Research: Present lending power of the banks of the United States. Harvard Business Review (April): 356-359.

Harvard Business Review. 1923. Summaries of Business Research: Short-time investments in bonds by commercial banks. Harvard Business Review (July): 484-490.

Harvard Business Review. 1923. Summaries of Business Research: The extent and significance of the railroad car shortage. Harvard Business Review (January): 227-234.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. Advertising for the retailer. Harvard Business Review (January): 252.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. Cancelations The Harrison Steel Corporation. Harvard Business Review (January): 238-240.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. Control of retail distribution by a shoe company. Harvard Business Review (July): 502-505.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. Cost and profits. Harvard Business Review (January): 21-252.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. Cotton forecasting: A method of determining in November the advisability of holding the crop. Harvard Business Review (January): 225-232.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. Decentralization of credit and collection control. Harvard Business Review (January): 240-241.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. Foreign trade organization. Harvard Business Review (January): 249.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. Incentive systems of wage payment. Harvard Business Review (July): 474-480.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. Methods in the distribution of securities to investors by an originating house. Harvard Business Review (October): 104-112.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. Methods in the setting of piece-rates by time study. Harvard Business Review (April): 373-376.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. Methods of wage payment: A critical evaluation. Harvard Business Review (April): 355-361.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. Methods of wage payment: The day wage. Harvard Business Review (October): 99-103.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. Payment of operatives during a training period. Harvard Business Review (January): 241-248.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. Reciprocity - The Aimesbury Company. Harvard Business Review (July): 490-496.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. Separation of the buying and selling functions in a department store. Harvard Business Review (April): 62-367.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. Specialization by a small investment banking house. Harvard Business Review (October): 115-120.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. Successful distribution through exclusive wholesalers. Harvard Business Review (October): 112-115.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. The advisability of purchasing bonds at the time of issue. Harvard Business Review (October): 90-99.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. The American Sugar Refining Company: Enforcement of customers' contracts. Harvard Business Review (July): 496-502.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. The cost-plus basis for a long-time purchase contract. Harvard Business Review (April): 370-373.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. The holding company as an aid in reorganization. Harvard Business Review (January): 233-237.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. The Randolph Shoe and Leather Company. Harvard Business Review (April): 367-370.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. The use of contests among salesmen. Harvard Business Review (July): 480-489.

Harvard Business Review. 1924. The worker in modern economic society. Harvard Business Review (January): 250-251.

Harvard Business Review. 1925. Case studies in business: A system of control for chain stores. Harvard Business Review (April): 361-376.

Harvard Business Review. 1925. Case studies in business: Adding a product of different quality and price to an established line. Harvard Business Review (April): 357-361.

Harvard Business Review. 1925. Case studies in business: Certain limitations in the application of scientific management. Harvard Business Review (October): 106-111.

Harvard Business Review. 1925. Case studies in business: Character of management as a basis for obtaining bank credit. Harvard Business Review (July): 481-485.

Harvard Business Review. 1925. Case studies in business: Current position as basis for credit. Harvard Business Review (July): 497-501.

Harvard Business Review. 1925. Case studies in business: Distribution policy of a hosiery manufacturer. Harvard Business Review (January): 240-247.

Harvard Business Review. 1925. Case studies in business: Policy of a shoe manufacturer with regard to special orders. Harvard Business Review (April): 348-356.

Harvard Business Review. 1925. Case studies in business: Position of the inspection department in an organization manufacturing electrical goods. Harvard Business Review (January): 38-240.

Harvard Business Review. 1925. Case studies in business: Preliminary analysis of the advertising possibilities of a product. Harvard Business Review (October): 111-121.

Harvard Business Review. 1925. Case studies in business: Reaching the consumer through direct personal selling. Harvard Business Review (October): 94-106.

Harvard Business Review. 1925. Case studies in business: Selection of channels of distribution for accessory equipment. Harvard Business Review (January): 229-233.

Harvard Business Review. 1925. Case studies in business: Spreading purchases among low bidders. Harvard Business Review (July): 501-505.

Harvard Business Review. 1925. Case studies in business: Status of the purchasing agent in a manufacturing organization. Harvard Business Review (January): 234-238.

Harvard Business Review. 1925. Case studies in business: The coal industry. Harvard Business Review (January): 50-251.

Harvard Business Review. 1925. Case studies in business: The discount policy of the Federal Reserve System. Harvard Business Review (January): 248-250.

Harvard Business Review. 1925. Case studies in business: The use of exclusive retail agencies. Harvard Business Review (July): 485-497.

Harvard Business Review. 1925. Review of Alford, L. P. ed. 1924. Management's Handbook. The Ronald Press company. Harvard Business Review (April): 377-378. (This book includes 1,519 pages and sold for $7.50).

Harvard Business Review. 1925. Review of Goldenweiser, E. A. The Federal Reserve System Operation. McGraw-Hill Book Company. Harvard Business Review (July): 507-509. (This book includes 339 pages, and sold for $3).

Harvard Business Review. 1925. Summaries of business research: Gaging a complicated situation by a simple graphic chart. Harvard Business Review (July): 475-480.

Harvard Business Review. 1925. Summaries of business research: Merchandising service in newspaper advertising. Harvard Business Review (April): 340-347.

Harvard Business Review. 1925. Summaries of business research: The use of financial ratios. Harvard Business Review (October): 79-93.

Harvard Business Review. 1926. Case studies in business: Accounting for appreciation of fixed assets. Harvard Business Review (April): 357-361.

Harvard Business Review. 1926. Case studies in business: Adding a product to the line. Harvard Business Review (January): 232-235.

Harvard Business Review. 1926. Case studies in business: Assumption and transfer of responsibility. Harvard Business Review (January): 230-232.

Harvard Business Review. 1926. Case studies in business: Budgeting labor requirements. Harvard Business Review (July): 480-488.

Harvard Business Review. 1926. Case studies in business: Custen Manufacturing Company-Methods of forecasting sales. Harvard Business Review (April): 353-357.

Harvard Business Review. 1926. Case studies in business: Distribution of securities of a public service corporation. Harvard Business Review (January): 223-230.

Harvard Business Review. 1926. Case studies in business: Financial budgeting in a department store. Harvard Business Review (July): 471-479.

Harvard Business Review. 1926. Case studies in business: Investment of surplus funds. Harvard Business Review (July): 488-494.

Harvard Business Review. 1926. Case studies in business: Planning the methods of distribution for a new product. Harvard Business Review (April): 341-346.

Harvard Business Review. 1926. Case studies in business: Rates on freight in congested areas. Harvard Business Review (April): 347-353.

Harvard Business Review. 1926. Case studies in business: Statistical control of inventories. Harvard Business Review (October): 95-101.

Harvard Business Review. 1926. Legal developments significant in business: Legal responsibilities of auditors. Harvard Business Review (July): 500-504.

Harvard Business Review. 1926. Legal developments significant in business: Legal status of non-cumulative preferred stock. Harvard Business Review (July): 495-500.

Harvard Business Review. 1926. Legal developments significant in business: Some legal aspects of merchandising - Limitations on the rights of vendor and vendee. Harvard Business Review (April): 362-373.

Harvard Business Review. 1926. Legal developments significant in business. Stock dividends - Capital or income. Harvard Business Review (October): 102-115.

Harvard Business Review. 1926. Legal developments significant in business: The United States arbitration law. Harvard Business Review (January): 236-244.

Harvard Business Review. 1926. Summaries of business research: Accounting by tabulation machines. Harvard Business Review (October): 80-94.

Harvard Business Review. 1926. Summaries of business research: Cycle analysis as an aid to judgment of price tendencies. Harvard Business Review (January): 212-222.

Harvard Business Review. 1926. Summaries of business research: Department-store consolidations. Harvard Business Review (July): 459-470.

Harvard Business Review. 1926. Summaries of business research: Unionism and production in the bituminous coal industry. Harvard Business Review (April): 334-340.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Case studies in business: A problem in cash discount. Harvard Business Review (October): 110-113.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Case studies in business: Case studies in direct importing. Harvard Business Review (January): 226-235.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Case studies in business: Conflicting interest in a company's purchase of its own securities. Harvard Business Review (July): 481-487.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Case studies in business: Consumer advertising - Fabricating materials. Harvard Business Review (April): 350-357.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Case studies in business: Department-store expansion. Harvard Business Review (October): 81-89.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Case studies in business: Harlow Shoe Company. Harvard Business Review (October): 105-110.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Case studies in business: Judging the value of commercial paper. Harvard Business Review (July): 468-481.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Case studies in business: Keeping in place in the style cycle. Harvard Business Review (April): 345-350.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Case studies in business: Leasing versus instalment sales in the marketing of manufacturers' equipment. Harvard Business Review (October): 89-95.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Case studies in business: Shall we buy this new machine? Harvard Business Review (October): 101-105.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Case studies in business: Some problems in joint cost. Harvard Business Review (January): 219-226.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Case studies in business: The international scope of merchandising principles. Harvard Business Review (July): 487-495.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Case studies in business: The manufacturer's agent as a channel of distribution. Harvard Business Review (October): 95-101.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Legal developments significant in business: Is there but one kind of value? Harvard Business Review (January): 236-244. (Is there one "real value", or are there different values for different purposes? For example: exchange value, utility or use value, cost, book value, market value, and assessed value).

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Legal developments significant in business: Some business and legal aspects of resale price maintenance. Harvard Business Review (October): 114-120.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Legal developments significant in business: The corporate receiver. Harvard Business Review (April): 358-365.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Legal developments significant in business: The dividend limit. Harvard Business Review (July): 501-507.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Legal developments significant in business: The Indianapolis Water Company case. Harvard Business Review (July): 496-501.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Summaries of business research: Accounting by tabulating machines. Harvard Business Review (January): 213-218.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Summaries of business research: Electric power production as an index of business volume. Harvard Business Review (April): 339-344.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Summaries of business research: Market capitalization rates of industrial earnings. Harvard Business Review (October): 75-80. (The rate of capitalization refers to "the ratio of per share earnings to the market price of a particular common stock" and is used as a method for determining the value of the stock).

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Summaries of business research: The American rubber situation. Harvard Business Review (July): 449-467.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Summaries of business research: The development of class A and class B stocks. Harvard Business Review (April): 332-339.

Harvard Business Review. 1927. Summaries of business research: Types of investment trust collateral and securities. Harvard Business Review (January): 207-212.

Harvard Business Review. 1928. Case studies in business. Centralized purchasing. Harvard Business Review (April): 343-351.

Harvard Business Review. 1928. Case studies in business: Consolidation of pile fabric manufacturers. Harvard Business Review (October): 96-107.

Harvard Business Review. 1928. Case studies in business: Distribution problems of a cotton mill. Harvard Business Review (January): 240-246.

Harvard Business Review. 1928. Case studies in business. Financing instalment sales. Harvard Business Review (July): 487-493.

Harvard Business Review. 1928. Case studies in business: Manufacturing versus purchasing. Harvard Business Review (January): 231-239.

Harvard Business Review. 1928. Case studies in business. Price revision in falling markets. Harvard Business Review (April): 359-366.

Harvard Business Review. 1928. Case studies in business. Rotation billing. Harvard Business Review (July): 477-487.

Harvard Business Review. 1928. Case studies in business: The establishment of a bond department in a commercial bank - 1928. Harvard Business Review (October): 87-96.

Harvard Business Review. 1928. Case studies in business. The selection of a bank. Harvard Business Review (April): 351-359.

Harvard Business Review. 1928. Legal developments significant in business: Paid-in investment as a public utility rate base in Massachusetts. Harvard Business Review (July): 499-509.

Harvard Business Review. 1928. Legal developments significant in business: Responsibilities of bank directors for imprudent credit policies - With emphasis on country banks. Harvard Business Review (October): 108-128.

Harvard Business Review. 1928. Legal developments significant in business: The liability of the manufacturer of defective articles for injury to the person or property of the ultimate consumer. Harvard Business Review (July): 494-498.

Harvard Business Review. 1928. Legal developments significant in Business: The Tyson Case. Harvard Business Review (January): 247-251.

Harvard Business Review. 1928. Summaries of business research: Consolidation of railroads and the proposed Great Northern-Northern Pacific unification. Harvard Business Review (July): 457-471.

Harvard Business Review. 1928. Summaries of business research: The new policy of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company. Harvard Business Review (October): 74-86.

Harvard Business Review. 1928. Summaries of business research: The point plan for industrial control. Harvard Business Review (January): 219-230.

Harvard Business Review. 1928. Summaries of business research: Mechanical aids to merchandise control in department stores. Harvard Business Review (April): 330-342.

Harvard Business Review. 1928. Summaries of business research: The relative investment value of industrial and railroad common stocks. Harvard Business Review (October): 69-74.

Harvard Business Review. 1928. Summaries of business research: The working of the Webb-Pomerene law. Harvard Business Review (July): 471-476.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Case studies in business: Accounting for payments to the estate of a deceased partner. Harvard Business Review (July): 482-489.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Case studies in business: How far should retail departmentization be carried? Harvard Business Review (January): 229-239.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Case studies in business: Indexes of machine utilization. Harvard Business Review (April): 351-357.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Case studies in business. Department store group buying. Securing a "best buy" for the Women's Silk Hosiery Department. Harvard Business Review (April): 375-382.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Case studies in business: Revenue determination in the case of instalment sales. Harvard Business Review (July): 473-482.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Case studies in business: The accounting disposition of an increase in assets caused by revaluation. Harvard Business Review (July): 467-473.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Case studies in business: The advertising and sales promotion of textile products. Harvard Business Review (October): 108-116.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Case studies in business: The production of dimension stock by Northern Hardwood Mill - Northern Lumber Company. Harvard Business Review (April): 366-375.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Case studies in business: The selection of security for financing automobile dealers' purchases. Harvard Business Review (April): 357-362.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Case studies in business: The Waldman Company. Harvard Business Review (April): 362-366. (Statistical methods (least squares) applied to car sales).

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Legal developments significant in business: Dress of goods and unfair trading. Harvard Business Review (January): 240-248.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Legal developments significant in business: Girard Grocery Company. Harvard Business Review (July): 490-495.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Legal developments significant in business: The effect of the subsidiary corporation on the parent company. Harvard Business Review (July): 496-504.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Legal developments significant in business: The relationship of syndicate managers and members. Harvard Business Review (October): 88-95.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Legal developments significant in business: The subsidiary corporation - Its use and abuse. Harvard Business Review (January): 248-254.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Summaries of business research: An introduction to a statistical study of bond yields. Harvard Business Review (April): 338-342.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Summaries of business research: Branch factories in foreign countries. Harvard Business Review (October): 96-102.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Summaries of business research: Department-store organization for direct importing. Harvard Business Review (January): 207-222.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Summaries of business research: Estate and inheritance taxation of corporate securities. Harvard Business Review (April): 331-338.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Summaries of business research: Purposes and financial plans of industrial reorganizations. Harvard Business Review (January): 196-207.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Summaries of business research: Salesmen's contracts. Harvard Business Review (October): 102-107.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Summaries of business research: Store-door delivery. Harvard Business Review (April): 342-350.

Harvard Business Review. 1929. Summaries of business research: The relative investment value of high-yield and low-yield common stock. Harvard Business Review (January): 222-228.

Harvard Business Review. 2002. Inspiring innovation. Harvard Business Review (August): 39-49.

Harvard Business Review. 2002. Negotiating without a net: A conversation with the NYPD's Dominick J. Misino. Harvard Business Review (October): 49-54.

Harvard Business Review. 2002. Spotting patterns on the fly: A conversation with birders David Sibley and Julia Yoshida. Harvard Business Review (November): 45-50. (Learning business pattern recognition from expert bird-watchers).

Harvard Business Review. 2002. The 2002 HBR list: Breakthrough ideas for today's business agenda. Harvard Business Review (March): 58-66.

Harvard Business Review. 2003. In praise of boundaries: A conversation with Miss Manners. Harvard Business Review (December): 41-45.

Harvard Business Review. 2003. Supply chain challenges: Building relationships. A conversation with Scott Beth, David N. Burt, William Copacino, Chris Gopal, Hau L. Lee, Robert Porter Lynch, and Sandra Morris. Harvard Business Review (July): 64-73.

Harvard Business Review. 2003. Technology and human vulnerability. Harvard Business Review (September): 43-50.

Harvard Business Review. 2008. Making sense of ambiguous evidence: A conversation with Errol Morris. Harvard Business Review (September): 53-57.

Harvard Business Review 2008. Smart power: A conversation with leadership expert Joseph S. Nye Jr. Harvard Business Review (November): 55-59.

Harvard Business Review. 2008. The green conversation. Harvard Business Review (September): 58, 60, 62.

Harvard Business Review. 2009. Predicting the present. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 37-41. (Interview with science fiction writer Cory Doctorow).

Harvard Business Review. 2009. Relentless idealism for tough times. Harvard Business Review (June): 36-39.

Harvard Business Review. 2010. What we're watching in...Cloud computing. Harvard Business Review (June): 24-30.

Harvard Business Review. 2010. What we're watching in...Green business. Harvard Business Review (May): 24-30.

Harvard Business Review. 2010. "You have to lead from everywhere". Harvard Business Review (November): 76-79.

Harvard Business Review. 2011. Being more productive. Harvard Business Review (May): 82-87.

Harvard Business Review. 2011. Technology, tradition & the mouse. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 112-117.

Harvard Business Review. 2011. The charts that changed the world. Harvard Business Review (December): 34-35.

Harvard Business Review. 2012. How management changed the world. Harvard Business Review (November): 61-62.

Harvard Business Review. 2012. It keeps growing... and growing. Harvard Business Review (October): 32-33. (Projected growth in internet use).

Harvard Business Review. 2013. How people really use mobile. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 30-31.

Harvard Business Review. 2013. "I try to spark new ideas".   Harvard Business Review (November): 110-114.

Harvard Business Review. 2013. You can't be a wimp. Harvard Business Review (November): 72-78.

Harvard Business Review. 2013. The sweet smell of success. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 26. (The scent of peppermint increases participants' physiological arousal, keeps them more engaged, enhances attention, memory, alertness, and mood).

Harvard Business Review. 2013. Women and the economics of equality. Harvard Business Review (April): 30-31.

Harvard Business Review. 2013. Women in the workplace: A research roundup. Harvard Business Review (September): 86-89.

Harvard Business Review. 2014. A taxonomy of innovation. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 30-31.

Harvard Business Review. 2014. The chart that organized the 20th century. Harvard Business Review (September): 32-33. (Early organization charts).

Harvard Business Review. 2014. What we'll be doing in 2022. Harvard Business Review (October): 32-33.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. A better way to map brand strategy: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (September): 22.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. A second chance to make the right impression: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (April): 15.

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

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Beware spurious correlations. Harvard Business Review (June): 34-35.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Boosting demand in the "Experience economy". Harvard Business Review (January/February): 24-26.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. CEO pay can drive consumers' decisions. Harvard Business Review (September): 30.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Collaborate for real. Harvard Business Review (September): 122-123.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Connected cities are economically healthy cities. Harvard Business Review (April): 22-24.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Design as strategy. Harvard Business Review (September): 12.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Digital fairness vs. Facebook's dream of world domination. Harvard Business Review (November): 1-4.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Do CMOS really add value? Harvard Business Review (October): 32.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Do regulators go easier on socially responsible firms? Harvard Business Review (November): 32.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Do you cone off the way you intend to? Harvard Business Review (September): 22.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Don't let authenticity hold you back: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (April): 14.

Harvard Business Review. Enlightened farming. 2015. Harvard Business Review (October): 38-39.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Exploiting the "Mobile internet GAP". Harvard Business Review (November): 30.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Financial rewards can spur innovation. Harvard Business Review (May): 26.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. First, the pain. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 22.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. For founders, preparation trumps passion. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 22-24.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Gazing at nature makes you more productive. Harvard Business Review (September): 32-33.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Global growth, paltry returns. Harvard Business Review (June): 28.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. HBR survey. Harvard Business Review (November): 25.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Hello? Anyone in HQ listening? Harvard Business Review (April): 24.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. How consumers understand and (and misunderstand) pricing cues. Harvard Business Review (April): 22.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. How Indra Nooyi turned design thinking into strategy. Harvard Business Review (September): 80-85.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. How machines learn (and you win). Harvard Business Review (November): 38-39.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. How power-hungry bosses keep their power. Harvard Business Review (May): 24-25.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. How to live with risks. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 20-21.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. How to prevent overbilling. Harvard Business Review (December): 26.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. "Inoculate" buyers against disappointment. Harvard Business Review (November): 32.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. It's 11 PM. Are you still checking your in-box? Harvard Business Review (July/August): 16.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Leadership across cultures. Harvard Business Review (May): 30-31.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Life's work. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 136.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Life's work. Harvard Business Review (September): 128.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Luxury branding below the radar. Harvard Business Review (September): 26-27.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Market indicators. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 28-29.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Measuring the return on character. Harvard Business Review (April): 20-21.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Most people have no idea whether they're paid fairly. Harvard Business Review (December): 1-3.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Psychology the science of sensory marketing. Harvard Business Review (March): 28-30.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Quitting time. Harvard Business Review (October): 34.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Resource management a la acien regime. Harvard Business Review (December): 32-33.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Restructuring work for better decision making: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 14.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Rethinking HR. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 8.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Smarter, smaller, safer robots. Harvard Business Review (November): 28-30.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Staying employed in a era of very smart machines: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (September): 20.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Straight talk about pay. Harvard Business Review (December): 28.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Strong brands, weak pay. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 24.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Stuff: When less is more. Harvard Business Review (March): 36-37.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Team building in the cafeteria. Harvard Business Review (December): 24-25.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Tesla's not as disruptive as you might think. Harvard Business Review (May): 22-23.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Tesla's not as disruptive as you might think: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 16.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. The birth of modern commercial credit. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 32-33.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. The sorry state of nonprofit boards. Harvard Business Review (September): 28.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. The trouble with boards: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (April): 16.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. The world of business, 16th-century style. Harvard Business Review (April): 28-29.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. The wrong way to reduce churn. Harvard Business Review (October): 32-34.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. "They burned the house down": Interview with Sony Pictures CEO Michael Lynton. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 106-113.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. To innovate better, find divergent thinkers. Harvard Business Review (June): 26-28.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. What makes a start-up an employer of choice? Harvard Business Review (December): 26-28.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. When platforms attack. Harvard Business Review (October): 30-31.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. When to forget the rearview mirror. Harvard Business Review (June): 30.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Why a dutiful spouse can boost your career. Harvard Business Review (March): 32.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Why job postings don't equal jobs. Harvard Business Review (May): 24.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Why some videos go viral. Harvard Business Review (September): 34-35.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. Why your customers' social identities matter: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (April): 16.

Harvard Business Review. 2015. You need an innovation strategy: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (September): 22.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. 2015 HBR McKinsey awards. Harvard Business Review (April): 42.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Another gender gap: Advance booking. Harvard Business Review (June): 28.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Before you tell that joke. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 24-25.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Beware of the bias toward natural ability. Harvard Business Review (April): 28-30.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Booms don't always bust. Harvard Business Review (April): 30.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Brand "likes" may be overrated. Harvard Business Review (October): 24-26.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Can robots do the work of marketers? Harvard Business Review (April): 28.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Consistent abuse beats unpredictability. Harvard Business Review (June): 28-29.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Corporate VCs are moving the goalposts. Harvard Business Review (November): 24-25.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Creative job titles can energize workers. Harvard Business Review (May): 24-25.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Debunking the myth of the passive investor. Harvard Business Review (September): 24.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Do consultants really drive up CEO pay? Harvard Business Review (January/February): 32.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Finding the perfect return policy. Harvard Business Review (October): 26.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Global governance, then and now. Harvard Business Review (May): 26.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. High status, high stress. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 24.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. How consumers react when CEOS take controversial stands. Harvard Business Review (November): 26-28.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. How private equity firms hire CEOs. Harvard Business Review (June): 26-27.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. How to make extreme numbers resonate. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 36-37.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. How to nudge employees to conserve energy. Harvard Business Review (December): 26.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. How Unicorns grow. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 28-30.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Making clickbait videos for the C-suite. Harvard Business Review (September): 22.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Manipulating stock options is still a problem. Harvard Business Review (June): 30.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Online discounting: Who's leading the race to the bottom? Harvard Business Review (March): 24.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Powerful people perform badly on teams. Harvard Business Review (May): 28.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Putting a price on "people problems". Harvard Business Review (December): 28.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Revolutionizing customer service. Harvard Business Review (April): 26-27.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Room for improvement. Harvard Business Review (November): 28.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Take this job and... Harvard Business Review (October): 24.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. The case against long-term incentive plans. Harvard Business Review (October): 22-23.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. The personality traits that hold us back. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 32.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. The scary truth about corporate survival. Harvard Business Review (December): 24-25.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. The surprising financial payoff for entrepreneurs. Harvard Business Review (May): 28.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. These traits help firms grow abroad. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 26.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. We conflate different kinds of diversity. Harvard Business Review (September): 22-24.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. "We need to intensify our sense of urgency". Harvard Business Review (May): 94-101.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. What type of forecaster are you? Harvard Business Review (March): 26.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. When authority trumps competence. Harvard Business Review (March): 24-26.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Why people quit their jobs. Harvard Business Review (September): 20-21.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Why recalls often hurt rivals. Harvard Business Review (November): 26.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Why we pass the buck. Harvard Business Review (December): 26-28.

Harvard Business Review. 2016. Winning back lost customers. Harvard Business Review (March): 22-23.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. AI's early conquests. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 30.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Another argument for cognitive diversity. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 32.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Augmented reality in the real world. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 59.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Bet on the jockeys, not the horses. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 32.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Brian Walker: CEO, Herman Miller. Harvard Business Review (September/October): 148.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Carolyn Miles. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 164.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. "Crazy busy": The new status symbol. Harvard Business Review (March/April): 28.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Directors aren't dealing with cyberthreats. Harvard Business Review (May/June): 36.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Do search ads really work. Harvard Business Review (March/April): 26.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Don't launch your product in 2020. Harvard Business Review (May/June): 30.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Every pivot needs a story. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 24.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Exploiting the power of complete sets. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 28.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Global brain drain. Harvard Business Review (March/April): 34.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. HBR survey. Harvard Business Review (September/October): 17.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. HBR survey. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 17.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. He sells, she sells. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 30.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. How companies really use big data. Harvard Business Review (September/October): 26.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. How data science is disrupting the job market. Harvard Business Review (September/October): 24.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. How does augmented reality work? Harvard Business Review (November/December): 58.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. How immigrants fuel start-ups. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 26.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. How investors really use ESG scores. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 32. (Over 100 rating agencies provide environmental, social, and governance data on publically traded companies. Survey responses show that investors believe ESG data is material to investment performance).

Harvard Business Review. 2017. How short-term quotas affect profits. Harvard Business Review (May/June): 32.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. How to predict turnover on your sales team. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 22-24.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. How venture capitalists really assess a pitch. Harvard Business Review (May/June): 28.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Investing in employees pays off. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 26.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Is your company weather-resistant. Harvard Business Review (March/April): 32.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. It pays to be a digital leader. Harvard Business Review (May/June): 34.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Jeff Glueck: CEO of Foursquare. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 164-165.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Lessons from the sushi conveyor belt. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 28.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Life's work: An interview with Alan Alda actor. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 152.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Life's work: An interview with Michael Strahan athlete/TV host. Harvard Business Review (September/October): 156.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Life's work Mike Krzyzewski coach. Harvard Business Review (March/April): 164.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Mapping employee interactions. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 26.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Maria Bartiromo: Global markets editor, Fox Business Network. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 144-145.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Matt Halprin "users are rebelling against ads they find irrelevant". Harvard Business Review (March/April): 27.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. 2016 McKinsey awards. Harvard Business Review (May/June): 46.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Nostalgia makes people more patient. Harvard Business Review (March/April): 36.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Paying for online reviews can backfire. Harvard Business Review (September/October): 22.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. People like the illusion of control. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 26.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Prestigious firms make riskier acquisitions. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 26.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Rethinking crowdsourcing. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 20-22.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Scale, scope, and the future of M&A. Harvard Business Review (March/April): 73.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Shoppers want a good excuse to spend more. Harvard Business Review (May/June): 30.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Silvan Brauen "You can't rely just on what's popular with the crowd". Harvard Business Review (November/December): 21.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Stop checking off easy to-dos. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 24.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. The anxiety effect. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 32.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. The battle of the smart glasses. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 62.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. The benefits of being a "linchpin". Harvard Business Review (September/October): 26.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. The case for focusing on growth, not profitability. Harvard Business Review (September/October): 30.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. The costs of bureaucracy. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 30.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. The dark side of stretch goals. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 28.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. The magic of "crowdsourcing". Harvard Business Review (January/February): 28.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. The myth of M&A synergies. Harvard Business Review (March/April): 28.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. The new organization men (and women). Harvard Business Review (March/April): 30.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. The power of positive surveying. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 22-24.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. The profiles at a glance. Harvard Business Review (March/April): 57.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. The pros and cons of suggested donations. Harvard Business Review (May/June): 32.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. The purpose-profit connection. Harvard Business Review (March/April): 32.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. The rapid rise of golden parachutes. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 28.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. The real DC power play. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 24.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. The unintended consequence of hiring a chief risk officer. Harvard Business Review (September/October): 28.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. This article is free if it snows on April 1. Harvard Business Review (March/April): 34.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Trash talk can backfire. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 28.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Was the CEO fired or not? Harvard Business Review (November/December): 30.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. What skills should a founder prioritize? Harvard Business Review (November/December): 22.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. What skills will keep you ahead of AI? Harvard Business Review (March/April): 36.

Harvard Business Review. 2017 When clients are most likely to bolt. Harvard Business Review (May/June): 28.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. When compassion conflicts with honesty. Harvard Business Review (September/October): 24.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. When hiring exects, context matters most. Harvard Business Review (September/October): 20-22.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. When technical skill beats emotional intelligence. Harvard Business Review (May/June): 36.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. When your sales staff needs to back off. Harvard Business Review (May/June): 34.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Why big firms struggle to innovate. Harvard Business Review (March/April): 32.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Why extraverted CEOs win in acquisitions. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 22.

Harvard Business Review. 2017 Why fashion brands need outlet malls. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 24.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Why firms really move R&D overseas. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 30.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Why you should sit next to a hard worker. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 30.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Why we hate to change our minds. Harvard Business Review (September/October): 28.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. Writing a plan does increase the odds of success. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 26.

Harvard Business Review. 2017. You can have too many options. Harvard Business Review (September/October): 30.

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Hawkins, D. F. 1968. Controversial accounting changes. Harvard Business Review (March-April): 20-41.

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Hayes, R. H. and W. J. Abernathy. 2007. Managing our way to economic decline. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 138-149. (This is a reprint of their 1980 article with a retrospect by Hayes on page 141). (Summary).

Hazard, W. H. 1930. Function of the reserve in life insurance. Harvard Business Review (January): 206-217.

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Healy, P. M. and K. Ramanna. 2013. When the crowd fights corruption: In Russia, citizens are cleaning up business and government. Harvard Business Review ( (January/February): 131-134.

Heath, K., J. Flynn and M. D. Holt. 2014. Women, find your voice. Harvard Business Review (June): 118-121.

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Heimans, J. and H. Timms. 2014. Understanding "New power". Harvard Business Review (December): 48-56. (New power actors are differnet from old power players. Old power is like a currency - jealously gaurded, closed, inaccessible and leader driven. New power is like a current - open, participatory, and peer driven).

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