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Adams, K. 2015. Even women think men are more creative. Harvard Business Review (December): 30-31.

Ashford, S. J. and J. Detert. 2015. Get the boss to buy in. Learn to sell your ideas up the chain of command. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 72-79.

Barton, D. and M. Wiseman. 2015. Where boards fall short. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 98-104.

Beard, A. 2015. CEOs with daughters run more socially responsible firms. Harvard Business Review (November): 34-35.

Beard, A. 2015. Life's work. Harvard Business Review (March): 132.

Beard, A. 2015. Life's work. Harvard Business Review (April): 116.

Beard, A. 2015. Life's work. Harvard Business Review (May): 124.

Beard, A. 2015. Life's work. Harvard Business Review (June): 124.

Beard, A. 2015. Life's work. Harvard Business Review (October): 136.

Beard, A. 2015. Rats can be smarter than people. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 30-31.

Beard, A. 2015. The happiness backlash. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 130-131.

Beard, A. 2015. We can't recall logos we see every day. Harvard Business Review (June): 32-33.

Berinato, S. 2015. Corporate wellness programs make us unwell. Harvard Business Review (May): 28-29.

Berinato, S. 2015. Putting yourself in the customer's shoes doesn't work. Harvard Business Review (March): 34-35.

Berinato, S. 2015. Reusable bags make people buy organic - and junk. Harvard Business Review (April): 26-27.

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

Bernstein, A. 2015. Why are we so hard on female CEOs? Harvard Business Review (May): 118-119.

Bernstein, A. and A. Raman. 2015. The great decoupling: Output is on the rise, but workers aren't sharing in the bounty. An interview with the authors of The Second Machine Age. Harvard Business Review (June): 66-74. (Brynjolfsson, E. and A. McAfee. 2014. The Second Machine Age: Work, Progress, and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies).

Berry, L. L., S. W. Davis and J. Wilmet. 2015. When the customer is stressed. Harvard Business Review (October): 86-94.

Bertolini, M., D. Duncan and A. Waldeck. 2015. Knowing when to reinvent. Harvard Business Review (December): 90-101.

Beshears, J. and F. Gino. 2015. Leaders as decision architects. Harvard Business Review (May): 51-62.

Bevelander, D., J. Nolan and M. Page. 2015. Case Study: Humor or harassment? A manager wonders whether to complain about her boss's insensitive comments. Harvard Business Review (June): 114-117.

Bharadwaj, S. S. 2015. Can a work-at-home policy hurt morale? Harvard Business Review (April): 105-109.

Boudreau, J. and S. Rice. 2015. Bright, shiny objects and the future of HR. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 72-78.

Brimm, L. 2015. How to embrace complex change. Harvard Business Review (September): 108-112.

Brooks, A. W. 2015. Emotion and the art of negotiation. Harvard Business Review (December): 56-64.

Brown, T. and R. Martin. 2015. Design for action. Harvard Business Review (September): 56-64.

Buckingham, M. and A. Goodall. 2015. How Deloitte killed forced rankings: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (June): 18-19.

Buckingham, M. and A. Goodall. 2015. Reinventing performance management: How one company is rethinking peer feedback and the annual review, and trying to design a system to fule improvement. Harvard Business Review (April): 40-50. (Deloitte's redesigned system).

Burrell, L. 2015. Lives we can learn from. Harvard Business Review (December): 124-125.

Bush, J. 2015. The CEO of Athenahealth on the role of anger in starting new businesses. Harvard Business Review (December): 39-42.

Cappelli, P. 2015. Why we love to hate HR...and what HR. can do about it. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 54-61.

Chambers, J. 2015. Cisco's CEO on staying ahead of technology shifts. Harvard Business Review (May): 35-38.

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

Champniss, G., H. N. Wilson and E. K. Macdonald. 2015. Why your customer's social identities matter. The way consumers see themselves determines their behavior - and you can influence that. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 88-96.

Charan, R., D. Barton and D. Carey. 2015. People before strategy: A new role for the CHRO. Harvard Business Review (July/August):  62-71. (The chief human resource officer must become a strategic partner to the CEO).

Christensen, C. M., M. Raynor and R. McDonald. 2015. What is disruptive innovation? Harvard Business Review (December): 44-53.

Chung, D. J. 2015. How to really motivate salespeople. Harvard Business Review (April): 54-61.

Chung, D. J. 2015. The latest on sales compensation: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (June): 20.

Cliffe, S. 2015. "Companies don't go global, people do". Harvard Business Review (October): 82-85. (Advice on how to get past abstractions about cultural differences).

Congdon, C. and S. M. Claassen. 2015. Gazing at nature makes you more productive: An interview with Kate Lee: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (November): 23.

D'Aveni, R. 2015. The 3-D printing revolution. Harvard Business Review (May): 40-48.

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

Dawar, N. and C. K. Bagga. 2015. A better way to map brand strategy. Harvard Business Review (June): 90-97. (A new approach called the centrality-distinctiveness (C-D) map connects a brand's position on a perceptual map with business outcomes such as sales and price).

De Janasz, S. and M. Peiperl. 2015. CEOs need mentors too. Harvard Business Review (April): 100-103.

De Janasz, S. and M. Peiperl. 2015. CEOs need mentors too: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (June): 20.

De Vries, J. 2015. Life's work. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 124.

Dev, C. S. and P. O'Connor. 2015. Case. study: Challenge the middlemen? Harvard Business Review (December): 119-123. (A hotel considers an industry response to online travel agengies).

Dobbs, R., T. Koller and S. Ramaswamy. 2015. The future and how to survive it: Corporate profits are beginning a long slide. Prepare for leaner times. Harvard Business Review (October): 48-62.

Dobbs, R., T. Koller and S. Ramaswamy. 2015. The future and how to survive it: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (December): 20-21.

Dunn, J. 2015. The CEO of Bolthouse Farms on making carrots cool. Harvard Business Review (October): 43-46.

Edelman, B. 2015. How to launch your digital platform. Harvard Business Review (April): 90-97.

Edelman, D. C. and M. Singer. 2015. Competing on customer journeys. Harvard Business Review (November): 88-100.

Eickhoff, B. and E. Achtmann. 2015. The experts respond. Harvard Business Review (March): 124-125.

Elsbach, K. D., B. Brown-Saracino and F. J. Flynn. 2015. Collaborating with creative peers. Harvard Business Review (October): 118-121.

Ersek, B., E. W. Keller and J. Mullins. 2015. Break your industry's bottlenecks: Where to find big changes that will transform your business. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 98-105.

Evers, K. 2015. This is your brain on cool. Harvard Business Review (April): 110-111.

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

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

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.

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

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.

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.

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

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.

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

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.

Gino, F. and B. Staats. 2015. Why organizations don't learn. Harvard Business Review (November): 110-118.

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

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

Goswami, S., B. Cole, I. Deb, E. Turner and W. L. Miller. 2015. How to fire up innovation. Harvard Business Review (March): 22.

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

Haas, S. 2015. Disappointment makes you more trusting. Harvard Business Review (October): 36-37.

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

Hamilton, R. 2015. Managing yourself bridging psychological distance. Harvard Business Review (March): 116-119.

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.

Hildebrandt, C., T. Brown and R. Martin. 2015. Design interventions: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (November): 24.

Horst, P. and R. Duboff. 2015. Don't let big data bury your brand. Harvard Business Review (November): 78-86.

Ibarra, H. 2015. The authenticity paradox. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 52-59. (Leaders struggle with authenticity).

Ignatius, A. 2015. Becoming a leader, becoming yourself. Harvard Business Review (May): 10.

Ignatius, A. 2015. Economic health and the 2016 elections. Harvard Business Review (November): 14.

Ignatius, A. 2015. "I'm not talking about this to win a popularity contest". Harvard Business Review (November): 120-125. (An interview with BlackRock CEO Larry Fink about his crusade against short-term thinking and what it might take to change the system).

Ignatius, A. 2015. Man, machine, and work. Harvard Business Review (June): 12.

Ignatius, A. 2015. Preparing for the new world. Harvard Business Review (October): 14.

Ignatius, A. 2015. The best-performing CEOs in the world 2015. Harvard Business Review (November): 49-59.

Ignatius, A. 2015. The disruption conversation. Harvard Business Review (December): 14.

Ignatius, A. 2015. Time to kill forced rankings? Harvard Business Review (April): 8.

Ignatius, A. and D. McGinn. 2015. Lars Sorensen. Harvard Business Review (November): 60-63. (Best-performing CEO).

Ihrig, M. and I. MacMillan. 2015. Managing your mission - Critical knowledge. How to identify, map, and leverage some of your company's most strategic assets. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 80-87.

Innes, A. 2015. What board games can teach business. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 118-119.

Ivanov, S. 2015. The rise (and likely fall) of the talent economy. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 19.

Joachimsthaler, E., A. Chaudhuri, M. Kalthoff, A. Burgess-Webb and A. Bharadwaj. 2015. How smart, connected products are transforming competition. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 20.

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

Kim, W. C. and R. Mauborgne. 2015. Red ocean traps: The mental models that undermine market-creating strategies. Harvard Business Review (March): 68-73.

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

Kolko, J. 2015. Design thinking comes of age. Harvard Business Review (September): 66-71.

Kumar, V., S. Sunder and R. P. Sarang. 2015. Who's your most valuable salesperson? Harvard Business Review (April): 62-68.

Landel, M. 2015. How we did it...Sodexo's CEO on smart diversification. Harvard Business Review (March): 41-44.

Lissy, D. and A. Beard. 2015. Life's work. Harvard Business Review (November): 156.

Magids, S., A. Zorfas and D. Leemon. 2015. The new science of customer emotions. Harvard Business Review (November): 66-76.

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

Marco, B. and N. Tavassoli. 2015. Case study: Can one business unit have two revenue models? Harvard Business Review (March): 121-123.

Martin, R. L. and A. Kemper. 2015. The overvaluation trap. Harvard Business Review (December): 102-109.

Martin, R. L. and S. R. Osberg. 2015. Two keys to sustainable social enterprise. Harvard Business Review (May): 86-94.

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

McDonald, P. A., R. S. Mecklenburg and L. A. Martin. 2015. The employer-led health care revolution. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 38-50.

McGinn, D. 2015. Life's work. Harvard Business Review (December): 132.

McGinn, D. 2015. What makes salespeople tick?: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (June): 21-22.

Melrose, R. S., N. E. Forest, A. Shah, A. Gojceta and J. Bautista Nalda. 2015. Redefining the job of the CHRO: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (October): 26.

Meyer, E. 2015. Get ready for multiculturalism: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (December): 20.

Meyer, E. 2015. Getting to Si, Ja, Oui, Hai, and Da: How to negotiate across cultures. Harvard Business Review (December): 74-80.

Meyer, E. 2015. When culture doesn't translate. Harvard Business Review (October): 66-72.

Morayniss, J. and M. Rice. 2015. The experts respond. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 116-117.

Morey, T., T. Forbath, and A. Schoop. 2015. Customer data: Designing for transparency and trust. Harvard Business Review (May): 96-105.

Nanda, R., L. Kind, K. Laws and J. Lum. 2015. Case study: Is a start-up's strength becoming its weakness? Harvard Business Review (November): 145-149.

Neeley, T. 2015. Global teams that work. Harvard Business Review (October): 74-81.

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

Pandey, J., J. M. Breen, G. Van der Laan, L. Chase, M. Anderson, D. C. Wesole and C. Bell. 2015. The truth about high-achieving women. Harvard Business Review (March): 24-25.

Paranikas, P., G. P. Whiteford, B. Tevelson and D. Belz. 2015. How to negotiate with powerful suppliers. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 90-96.

Petrie, K. and T. O'Rourke. 2015. The employer-led health care revolution: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (October): 27.

Pheck Joo, J. Y., M. Mayilyan, K. Clark and H. Van Zyl. 2015. The U.S. Chariman of PwC on keeping millennials engaged. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 21.

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

Porter, M. E. and J. E. Heppelmann. 2015. How smart, connected products are transforming companies. Harvard Business Review (October): 96-114.

Prabakar, C., V. Kale and H. I. Ahmad. 2015. The secrete to successful reverse innovation: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (October): 25-26.

Ramanna, K., C. A. Murphy and C. Smith. 2015. Is a promotion worth hiding who you are? Harvard Business Review (October): 123-127.

Rangan, K., L. K. Chase and S. Karim. 2015. The truth about CSR. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 40-49. (Firms must develop coherent corporate social responsibility strategies).

Reeves, M., M. Zeng and A. Venjara. 2015. The self-tuning enterprise: How Alibaba uses algorithmic thinking to constantly reinvent itself. Harvard Business Review (June): 76-83.

Reynolds, N., A. Harrell, C. Billau and K. Maudal. 2015. Making dumb groups smarter. Harvard Business Review (March): 21.

Roberge, M. 2015. The right way to use compensation. Harvard Business Review (April): 70-75.

Rollag, K. 2015. Succeed in new situations. Harvard Business Review (December): 112-115.

Rosen, L. and A. Samuel. 2015. Managing yourself: Conquering digital distraction. Harvard Business Review (June): 110-113.

Sahlman, W. A. and R. Nanda. 2015. Case study: Stretch the mission? Harvard Business Review (May): 113-117.

Samuelson, M. 2015. Analysis Groups's CEO on managing with soft metrics. Harvard Business Review (November): 43-46.

Schmidt, K., B. Adamson and A. Bird. 2015. Making the consensus sale. Harvard Business Review (March): 106-113.

Schuyler, M. W., L. Brenner, M. Munro, R. Fernando,  N. Danak and P. Cappelli. 2015. It's time to build a new HR: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (October): 22-23.

Schweitzer, M. E., A. W. Brooks and A. D. Galinsky. 2015. The organization apology. Harvard Business Review (September): 44-52.

Seijts, J. 2015. Who should take the fall? Harvard Business Review (July/August): 123-127.

Sheard, G., R. J. Jeremy, C. Helliwell, J. Nelson, A. Kodai, S. Srinivasan and N. Danak. 2015. Why chief human resources officers make great CEOs. Harvard Business Review (March): 23-24.

Shepherd, G., A. R. Newton, G. L. De Araujo, R. Bhattacharya and A. Chaudhuri. 2015. Don't be strong-armed by powerful suppliers: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (October): 24.

Shipilov, A. and F. Godart. 2015. Luxury's talent factories. Harvard Business Review (June): 98-104.

Smith, B. 2015. Intuit's CEO on building a design-driven company. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 35-38.

Soll, J. B., K. L. Milkman and J. W. Payne. 2015. Outsmart your own biases. Harvard Business Review (May): 64-71.

Soyer, E. and R. M. Hogarth. 2015. Fooled by experience. Harvard Business Review (May): 72-77.

Spreitzer, G., P. Bacevice and L. Garrett. 2015. What your firm can learn from coworking spaces. Harvard Business Review (September): 28-30.

Stone, B. 2015. How I did it...Twitter's cofounder on creating opportunities. Harvard Business Review (June): 39-42.

Subramanian, G. 2015. Corporate governance 2.0. Harvard Business Review (March): 96-105.

Sull, D., R. Homkes and C. Sull. 2015. How conventional wisdom derails strategy execution: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (May): 16.

Sull, D., R. Homkes and C. Sull. 2015. Why strategy execution unravels - and what to do about it. Harvard Business Review (March): 57-66.

Sullivan, T. 2015. Transparency, trust, and Bitcoin. Harvard Business Review (June): 118-119.

Teixeira, T. S. and S. Gupta. 2015. Can you win back online shoppers. Harvard Business Review (September): 117-121.

Tormala, Z. L. and D. D. Rucker. 2015. How certainty transforms persuasion. Harvard Business Review (September): 96-103.

Ventresca, M. J., A. Larsson and N. Kim. 2015. How Indra Nooyi turned design thinking into strategy: An interview with PepsiCo's CEO: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (November): 24.

Williams, J. C. 2015. The 5 biases pushing women out of STEM: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (June): 22-23.

Winarsky, N. 2015. How we did it...The president of SRI Ventures on bringing SIRI to life. Harvard Business Review (September): 39-42.

Winnefeld, J. A. Jr., C. Kirchhoff and D. M. Upton. 2015. Cybersecurity's human factor: Lessons from the Pentagon. Harvard Business Review (September): 86-95.

Winter, A. and V. Govindarajan. 2015. Engineering reverse innovations. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 80-89.

Wu, J., D. Eikenberg and M. Morselli. 2015. The research is clear: Long hours backfire for people and for companies: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (November): 24-25.

Yoo, Y. and K. Kim. 2015. How Samsung became a design powerhouse. Harvard Business Review (September): 72-78.

Yunus, M., F. Dalsace, D. Menasce and B. Faivre-Tavignot. 2015. Reaching the rich world's poorest consumers. Harvard Business Review (March): 46-53.

Zoltners, A. 2015. Getting beyond "show me the money." Harvard Business Review (April): 77-81.