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Harvard Business Review 2014

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Abrami, R. M., W. C. Kirby and F. W. McFarlan. 2014. Why China can't innovate. Harvard Business Review (March): 107-111.

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

Alber, L. 2014. The CEO of Williams-Sonoma on blending instinct with analysis. Harvard Business Review (September): 41-44.

Amabile, T., C. M. Fisher and J. Pillemer. 2014. IDEO's culture of helping. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 54-61.

Anderson, J. C., J. A. Narus and M. Wouters. 2014. Tiebreaker selling. Harvard Business Review (March): 90-96.

Anderson, R. H. 2014. How we did it... Delta's CEO on using innovative thinking to revive a bankrupt airline. Harvard Business Review (December): 43-47.

Anthony, S. C., D. S. Duncan and P. M. A. Siren. 2014. Build an innovation engine in 90 days. Harvard Business Review (December): 59-68.

Avery, J., S. Fournier and J. Wittenbraker. 2014. Unlock the mysteries of your customer relationships. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 72-81.

Barton, D. and M. Wiseman. 2014. Focusing capital on the long term. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 44-51.

Bazerman, M. H. 2014. Becoming a first-class noticer. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 116-119.

Beard, A. 2014. Women too respond to sexual cues by taking more risks. Harvard Business Review (April): 30-31.

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

Berinato, S. 2014. With big data comes big responsibility. Harvard Business Review (November): 100-104.

Bernstein, E. 2014. The transparency trap. To much openness can be counterproductive. Privacy is just as important to performance. Harvard Business Review (October): 58-66.

Birkinshaw, J. 2014. Beware the next big thing. Before you adopt a new management idea, figure out if it's right for you. Harvard Business Review (May): 50-57.

Birnbaum, D. 2014. SodaStream's CEO on turning a banned Super Bowl ad into marketing gold. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 39-42.

Bloom, N. and S. Berinato. 2014. To raise productivity, let more employees work from home. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 28-29.

Bremmer, I. 2014. The new rules of globalization. Harvard Business Review (January/Feburary): 103-107.

Brinker, S. and L. McLellan. 2014. The rise of the chief marketing technologist. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 82-85.

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

Cappelli, P., M. Hamori and R. Bonet. 2014. Who's got the top jobs? Harvard Business Review (March): 74-77.

Chick, S. E., A Huchzermeier and S. Netessine. 2014. Europe's solution factories. Harvard Business Review (April): 111-115. (Four distinct strategies: Leverage data flows to integrate closely with supply chain partners, optimize customer value across the whole chain, cooperate with suppliers to rapidly improve manufacturing processes, and harness technical capabilities to offer a high degree of product customization for customers).

Christensen, C. M. and D. van Bever. 2014. The capitalist's delemma. Harvard Business Review (June): 60-68. (Assessing investment opportunities).

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

Craig, N. and S. Snook. 2014. From purpose to impact. Figure out your passion and put it to work. Harvard Business Review (May): 104-111. (Leadership purpose).

De Swaan Arons, M., F. van den Driest and K. Weed. 2014. The ultimate marketing machine. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 54-63.

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

Edelman, B. 2014. Mastering the intermediaries. Strategies for dealing with the likes of Google, Amazon, and Kayak. Harvard Business Review (June): 86-92.

Ely, R. J., P. Stone and C. Ammerman. 2014. Rethink what you "know" about high-achieving women. Harvard Business Review (December): 100-109.

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

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

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.

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

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.

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

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

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.

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

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

Grant Halvorson, H. 2014. Get your team to do what it says it's going to do. Harvard Business Review (May): 82-87.

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

Groysberg, B., D. Bell, I. S. Gordon and S. Decker. 2014. Should a female director "tone it down". Harvard Business Review (October): 113-117.

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

Halaburda, H. and F. Oberhelzer-Gee. 2014. The limits of scale. Harvard Business Review (April): 94-99.

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.

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

Heen, S. and D. Stone. 2014. Find the coaching in criticism. Harvard Business Review (January/Feburary): 108-111.

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).

Hill, L. A., G. Brandeau, E. T. Sal and K. Lineback. 2014. Collective genius. Harvard Business Review (June): 94-102. (Smart leaders are rewriting the rules of innovation).

Hout, T. and D. Michael. 2014. A Chinese approach to management. Harvard Business Review (September): 103-107.

Ignatius, A. 2014. "I came back because the company needed me". Harvard Business Review (July/August): 104-108.

Ignatius, A. 2014. The best-performing CEOs in the world. Harvard Business Review (November): 47-56.

Joshi, A. and E. Giménez. 2014. Decision-driven marketing. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 64-71.

Kaplan, R. S. and D. A. Haas. 2014. How not to cut health care costs. The missteps that keep us paying too much for treatment. Harvard Business Review (November): 116-122. (Five mistakes: Cutting back on support staff, underinvesting in space and equipment, focusing narrowly on procurement prices, maximizing patient throughput, and failing to benchmark and standardize).

Kapur, M., S. Dawar V. R. Ahuja. 2014. Unlocking the wealth in rural markets. Harvard Business Review (June): 113-117.

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

Khanna, T. 2014. Contextual intelligence. Harvard Business Review (September): 58-68. (Some managerial knowledge is universal and some is specific to a market or a culture. Shows how well industry profitability is correlated across countries?)

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.

Kotha, R., P. H. Kim and O. Alexy. 2014. Turn your science into a business. Harvard Business Review (November): 106-114.

Kuehn, K. and L. McIntire. 2014. Sustainability a CFO can love. Harvard Business Review (April): 66-74.

Kumar, V. 2014. Making "Freemium" work. Harvard Business Review (May): 27-29. (Freemium is a business model combining "free" and "premium" where users get basic features at no cost and can access richer functionality for a subscription fee. Some companies that use the model are Dropbox, LinkedIn, NYTmes.com and Spotify).

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

Langer, E. 2014. Mindfulness in the age of complexity. Harvard Business Review (March): 68-73. (Paying attention to whats going on around us instead of operating on autopilot helps reduce stress, unlock creativity, and boost performance).

Lansiti, M. and K. R. Lakhani. 2014. Digital ubiquity: How connections, sensors, and data are revolutionizing business. Harvard Business Review (November): 90-99.

Lazonick, W. 2014. Profits without prosperity. Stock buybacks manipulate the market and leave most Americans worse off. Harvard Business Review (September): 46-55. (Shows how productivity and wages have parted ways).

Lee, T. H. and T. Cosgrove. 2014. Engaging doctors in the health care revolution. Harvard Business Review (June): 104-111.

Lowitt, E. 2014. How to survive climate change and still run a thriving business. Harvard Business Review (April): 86-92.

Madsbjerb, C. and M. B. Rasmussen. 2014. An anthropologist walks into a bar... Harvard Business Review (March): 80-88. (Understanding customers requires observing them in their natural habitats).

Malhotra, D. 2014. 15 Rules for negotiating a job offer. Harvard Business Review (April): 117-120.

Mankins, M., C. Brahm and G. Caimi. 2014. Your scarcest resource. Time is money, but few organizations treat it that way. Harvard Business Review (May): 74-80.

Margolis, J. D. and A. Gallo. 2014. Career choices when life is short. Harvard Business Review (June): 123-127.

Marks, M. L., P. Mirvis and R. Ashkenas. 2014. Rebounding from career setbacks. Harvard Business Review (October): 105-108.

Marquis, C., J. Almandoz, K. LaRoe and J. Replogle. 2014. Can an "ethical" bank support guns and fracking? Harvard Business Review (April): 123-127.

Martin, R. 2014. The rise (and likely fall) of the talent economy. How to rein in the dynamic that enriches executives and financiers - at everyone else's expense. Harvard Business Review (October): 40-47.

Martin, R. L. 2014. The big lie of strategic planning. Harvard Business Review (January/Feburary): 78-84.

McCord, P. 2014. How Netflix reinvented HR. Harvard Business Review (January/Feburary): 70-76.

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

Merton, R. C. 2014. The crisis in retirement planning. Our approach is all wrong: We need to think about monthly income, not net worth. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 42-50.

Meyer, E. 2014. Navigating the cultural minefield. Learn how to work more effectively with people from other countries. Harvard Business Review (May): 119-123.

Meyrowitz, C. 2014. The CEO of TJX on how to train first-class buyers. Harvard Business Review (May): 45-48.

Moritz, B. 2014. How I dit it ... The U.S. chairman of PW on keeping millennials engaged. Harvard Business Review (November): 41-44.

Mukunda, G. 2014. The price of Wall Street's power. How the financial sector's outsize influence is undermining business. Harvard Business Review (June): 70-78.

Mullenweg, M. 2014. The CEO of Automattic on holding "auditions" to build a strong team. Harvard Business Review (April): 39-42.

Neeley, T. and R. S. Kaplan. 2014. What's your language strategy? It should bind your company's global talent management and vision. Harvard Business Review (September): 70-76.

Nidumolu, R., J. Ellison, J. Whalen and E. Billman. 2014. The collaboration imperative. Harvard Business Review (April): 76-84.

Ofek, E., J. Avery, S. Rudolph, V. S. Martins Gomes, N. Saadat, A. Tsui, and Y. Shroff. 2014. Case study second thoughts about a strategy shift. Harvard Business Review (December): 125-129.

Paimisano, S. 2014. Managing investors. Harvard Business Review (June): 80-85.

Paine, L. S. 2014. Sustainability in the boardroom. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 86-94.

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

Parsons, R. D. and M. A. Feigen. 2014. The boardroom's quiet revolution. Harvard Business Review (March): 98-104.

Perlow, P. 2014. Manage your team's collective time. Harvard Business Review (June): 23-25.

Pinault, F. 2014. Kering's CEO on finding the elusive formula for growing acquired brands. Harvard Business Review (March): 43-46.

Porter, M. E. and J. E. Heppelmann. 2014. How smart, connected products are transforming competion. Harvard Business Review (November): 64-88. (The third wave of IT-driven competition).

Ready, D. A., L. A. Hill and R. J. Thomas. 2014. Building a game-changing talent strategy. Harvard Business Review (January/Feburary): 62-68.

Richter, B. K., K. Cohen and J. Harrington. 2014. Do business and politics mix? Harvard Business Review (November): 133-137.

Rigby, D. 2014. Digital-physical mashups. Harvard Business Review (September): 84-92. (Companies need to fuse the digital and physical experiences to allow customers to easily move between the two).

Sawhney, M. and S. Mohanbir. 2014. Managing yourself: Where to look for insight. Harvard Business Review (November): 126-129.

Seijts, J. 2014. When the Twitterverse turns on you. Harvard Business Review (March): 117-121.

Simchi-Levi, D., W. Schmidt and Y. Wei. 2014. From superstorms to factory fires. Harvard Business Review (January/Feburary): 96-101.

Simanis, E. and D. Duke. 2014. Profits at the bottom of the pyramid. Harvard Business Review (October): 86-93.

Simons, R. 2014. Choosing the right customer. Harvard Business Review (March): 48-55.

Simonson, I. and E. Rosen. 2014. What marketers misunderstand about online reviews. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 23-25.

Soltes, E. 2014. Where to launch in Africa? Harvard Business Review (July/August): 121-125.

Srinivasan, A. and B. Kurey. 2014. Creating a culture of quality. Harvard Business Review (April): 23-25.

Stefan, M. 2014. Capture more value. Innovation isn't worth much if you don't get paid for it. Harvard Business Review (October): 78-85.

Sunstein, C. R. and R. Hastie. 2014. Making dumb groups smarter. The new science of group decision making. Harvard Business Review (December): 90-98.

Sutton, R. I., H. Rao, N. Bardin and V. Delius. 2014. Can a volunteer-staffed company scale? Harvard Business Review (May): 125-129.

Thomke, S. and J. Manzi. 2014. The discipline of business experimentation. Increase your chances of success with innovation test-drives. Harvard Business Review (December): 70-79. (Use rigurous scientific test - separate an independent variable from a dependent variable while holding all other potential causes constant - then manipulate the former to study changes in the latter).

Upton, D. M. and S. Creese. 2014. The danger from within. Harvard Business Review (September): 94-101. (Threats to our cybersecurity from employees and vendors).

Waber, B., J. Magnolfi and G. Lindsay. 2014. Workspaces that move people. Harvard Business Review (October): 68-77. (Designing spaces to get people to bump into each other to increase productivity and creativity).

Williams, J. C. 2014. Hacking tech's diversity problem. Harvard Business Review (October): 94-100.

Winston, A. 2014. Resilience in a hotter world. Harvard Business Review (April): 56-64.

Yoon, E., S. Carlotti and D. Moore. 2014. Make your best customers even better. Harvard Business Review (March): 23-25.

Zweig, D. 2014. Managing the "invisibles". Many of your best people aen't seeking status. They take pleasure in the work itself. Here's how to create a culture that engages them. Harvard Business Review (May): 96-103.