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Adner, R. and R. Kapoor. 2016. Right tech, wrong time: How to make sure your ecosystem is ready for the newest technologies. Harvard Business Review (November): 60-67.

Almquist, E., J. Senior and N. Bloch. 2016. The elements of value: Measuring - and delivering - what consumers really want. Harvard Business Review (September): 46-53. (30 elements of value that meet four kinds of need: functional, emotional, life changing, and social impact. When combined optimally, they will increase customer loyalty and revenue growth).

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

Avery, J. 2016. Case study: How do you compete with a Goliath? Harvard Business Review (October): 117-121.

Bachelder, C. 2016. The CEO of Popeyes on treating franchisees as the most important customers. Harvard Business Review (October): 33-36.

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

Barsade, S. and O. A. O'Neill. 2016. Manage your emotional culture. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 58-66.

Bazerman, M. H. and D. Kahneman. 2016. How to make the other side play fair: The final-offer arbitration challenge gives negotiators a valuable new tool. Harvard Business Review (September): 76-81.

Beard, A. 2016. CEOs shouldn't try to embody their firms' culture. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 28-29.

Beard, A. 2016. Life's work" An interview with Brian Wilson. Harvard Business Review (December): 120.

Beard, A. 2016. Life's work: An interview with Marina Abramovic. Harvard Business Review (November): 116.

Beard, A. 2016. Life's work: An interview with Penn Jillette. Harvard Business Review (October): 128.

Beard, A. 2016. Making a backup plan undermines performance. Harvard Business Review (September): 26-27.

Bearden, N. 2016. Case study: An office romance gone wrong. Harvard Business Review (September): 109-113.

Beauvais, B., C. Habig, T. Giannulli, L. Lasota, M. Wright and J. Roberts. 2016. How to pay for health care/The case for capitation: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (November): 20.

Beer, M., M. Finnstrom and D. Schrader. 2016. Why leadership training fails - and what to do about it. Harvard Business Review (October): 50-57.

Berinato, S. 2016. "Sleeping on it" doesn't lead to better decisions. Harvard Business Review (May): 30-31.

Berinato, S. 2016. Visualizations that really work. Harvard Business Review (June): 92-100. (Summary).

Berinato, S. 2016. To stop bad behavior, display a virtuous quote. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 34-35.

Berkooz, G., T. Mullie, L. Hervert and C. J. Phillips. 2016. Reducing noise in decision making: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (December): 18.

Bernstein, E. and R. W. Buell. 2016. Can you cut "turn times" without adding staff? Harvard Business Review (April): 113-117. (Case study).

Bernstein, E., J. Bunch, N. Canner and M. Lee. 2016. Beyond the holacracy hype: The overwrought claims - and actual promise - of the next generation of self-managed teams. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 38-49.

Bhatnagar, J. and N. Gupta. 2016. Case study: Should you rehire someone who left for a competitor? Harvard Business Review (December): 103-108.

Birkinshaw, J. and M. Haas. 2016. Increase your return on failure. Harvard Business Review (May): 88-93.

Burrell, L. 2016. We just can't handle diversity. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 70-74.

Cappelli, P. and A. Tavis. 2016. The performance management revolution: The focus is shifting from accountability to learning. Harvard Business Review (October): 58-67. (Dropping or changing the annual review to give people more frequent feedback).

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

Champion, D. 2016. Is project Europe doomed? Harvard Business Review (September): 114-115. (Problems with the euro).

Charan, R. 2016. The secrets of great CEO selection: An insider's guide. Harvard Business Review (December): 52-59.

Chipman, J. 2016. Why your company needs a foreign policy: Multinationals must address growing geopolitical volatility. Harvard Business Review (September): 36-43.

Christensen, C. M., T. Hall, K. Dillon and D. S. Duncan. 2016. Know your customers' "Jobs to be done": Is innovation inherently a hit-or-miss endeavor? Not if you understand why customers make the choices they do. Harvard Business Review (September): 54-62.

Ciampa, D. 2016. After the handshake: Succession doesn't end when a new CEO is hired. Harvard Business Review (December): 60-68.

Collins, D. 2016. Lean strategy. Harvard Business Review (March): 62-68.

Cross, R., R. Rebele and A. Grant. 2016. Collaborative overload: Too much teamwork exhausts employees and saps productivity. Here's how to avoid it. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 74-79.

Dafny, L. S. and T. H. Lee. 2016. Health care needs real competition. Harvard Business Review (December): 76-87. (Five interrelated actions to promote value-based competition in health care: Stop rewarding volume, Standardize methods to pay for value, Make data on outcomes transparent, Put patients at the center of care, and Create choice for patients and providers).

Detert, J. R. and E. R. Burris. 2016. Can your employees really speak freely? Harvard Business Review (January/February): 80-87.

Dietzen, S. 2016. Pure Storage's CEO on choosing the right time for an IPO. Harvard Business Review (June): 37-40.

Dobbin, F. and A. Kalev. 2016. Why diversity programs fail. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 52-60.

Donovan, J. and C. Benko. 2016. AT&T's talent overhaul. Harvard Business Review (October): 68-73.

Duckworth, C. 2016. Arzu's founder on shaping culture through social enterprise. Harvard Business Review (September): 31-32.

Edelman, B. and D. Geradin. 2016. Spontaneous deregulation: How to compete with platforms that ignore the rules. Harvard Business Review (April): 80-87.

Edmondson, A. C. 2016. Wicked problem solvers: Lessons from successful cross-industry teams. Harvard Business Review (June): 52-59.

Evers, K. 2016. Resisting the hard sell. Harvard Business Review (October): 122-123.

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

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.

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.

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.

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

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

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.

Govindarajan, V. 2016. Planned opportunism: Using weak signals to spur innovation. Harvard Business Review (May): 54-61.

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

Groysberg, B., E. Lin, G. Serafeim and R. Abrahams. 2016. The scandal effect: When companies misbehave, executives pay a price on the job market - even if they had nothing to do with the trouble. Harvard Business Review (September): 90-98.

Gulati, R. and A. Desantola. 2016. Start-ups that last: How to scale your business. Harvard Business Review (March): 54-61.

Haas, M. and M. Mortensen. 2016. The secrets of great teamwork. Harvard Business Review (June): 70-76.

Hagiu, A. and S. Rothman. 2016. Network effects aren't enough: The hidden traps in building an online marketplace. Harvard Business Review (April): 64-71.

Harrell, E. 2016. Succession planning: What the research says. Harvard Business Review (December): 70-74.

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

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.

Heidari-Robinson, S. and S. Heywood. 2016. Getting reorgs right: A practical guide to a misunderstood - and often mismanaged - process. Harvard Business Review (November): 84-89.

Holt, D. 2016. Branding in the age of social media. Harvard Business Review (March): 40-50. (Crowdculture).

Horaney, M. M, J. Walton, C. Foote, D. Pandey, S. Wallingford and A. Luecht. 2016. The challenges of a 24/7 workplace: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (September): 16.

Huston, D. 2016. Priceline's CEO on creating an in-house multilingual customer service operation. Harvard Business Review (April): 37-40.

Ignatius, A. 2016. Dealing with unexpected bias. Harvard Business Review (December): 12.

Ignatius, A. 2016. Fixing a broken system. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 8.

Ignatius, A. 2016. Kahneman on "noise". Harvard Business Review (October): 10.

Ignatius, A. 2016. Making start-ups more resilient. Harvard Business Review (March): 10.

Ignatius, A. 2016. "Making the car a mobile, connected workspace": An interview with Carlos Ghosn. Harvard Business Review (October): 100-106.

Ignatius, A. 2016. The best of HBR. Harvard Business Review (April): 12.

Ignatius, A. 2016. The softer side of performance. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 14.

Ignatius, A. 2016. Toward a more agile future. Harvard Business Review (May): 10.

Ignatius, A. 2016. Thriving in a volatile global landscape. Harvard Business Review (September): 10.

Iganatius, A. 2016. What CEOs really worry about. Harvard Business Review (November): 52-57.

Ignatius, A. 2016. Where are the women? Harvard Business Review (November): 12.

Ignatius, A. 2016. Wonder, adventure, and learning. Harvard Business Review (June): 12.

James, B. C. and G. P. Poulsen. 2016. Fixing health care: The case for capitation: It's the only way to cut waste while improving quality. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 102-111. (Look to the ideas of W. Edwards Deming).

Joerres, J. 2016. Globalization, robots, and the future of work: An interview with Jeffrey Joerres, former CEO and chairman of ManpowerGroup. Harvard Business Review (October): 74-79.

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

Kahneman, D., A. M. Rosenfield, L. Gandhi and T. Blaser. 2016. Noise: How to overcome the high, hidden cost of inconsistent decision making. Harvard Business Review (October): 38-46.

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

Kavadias, S., K. Ladas and C. Loch. 2016. The transformative business model: How to tell if you have one. Harvard Business Review (October): 90-98. (Transformative business models include three or more of the following: Personalization, a closed-loop process, asset sharing, usage-based pricing, a collaborative ecosystem, and an agile and adaptive organization).

Kehoe, J. 2016. Can capitalism be redeemed? Harvard Business Review (July/August): 128-129. (Books).

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

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

Kramer, M. R. and M. W. Pfitzer. 2016. The ecosystem of shared value: Companies must sometimes team up with governments, NGOs, and even rivals to capture the economic benefits of social progress. Harvard Business Review (October): 80-89.

Lorsch, J. W. and E. McTague. 2016. Culture is not the culprit: When organizations are in crisis, it's usually because the business is broken. Harvard Business Review (April): 96-105. (Cultural change is what you get after you put new processes or structures in place. The culture evolves as you rework your outdated strategy and business model).

Luca, M., J. Kleinberg and S. Mullainathan. 2016. Algorithms need managers, too: Know how to get the most out of your predictive tools. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 96-101.

Martin, R. L. 2016. M&A: The one thing you need to get right. Harvard Business Review (June): 42-48.

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

McGinn, D. 2016. Office exposé. Harvard Business Review (May): 118-119.

McGinn, D. 2016. Life's work: An interview with Jimmie Johnson. Harvard Business Review (September): 124.

Mcginn, D. 2016. Still trying to get more done. Harvard Business Review (April): 118-119.

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

Morse, G. 2016. Designing a bias-free organization. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 62-67.

Musacchio, A. and E. Werker. 2016. Mapping frontier economies: Where to play and how to win. Harvard Business Review (December): 40-48. (Discussion of a frontier matrix with four types of firms: Workhorses (small companies that sell to domestic customers and compete with each other using normal strategies), Cluster builders (Companies that compete with each other in export businesses), Powerbrokers (Companies that serve the domestic market, but in industries with political influence), and Rentiers (Export oriented companies that have contracts with the government).

Mycoskie, B. 2016. The founder of Toms on reimagining the company's mission. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 41-44. (Social responsibility of business).

Nickisch, C. 2016. Industrial espionage is more effective than R&D. Harvard Business Review (November): 30-31.

O'Connor, C., R. J. Dreyfus, R. Reisman, M. Sevak and L. W. Zahner. 2016. The elements of value: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (November): 18.

Olejarz, J. 2016. Understanding white-collar crime. Harvard Business Review (November): 110-111.

Ornelas, P. N. C., N. Rait, Y. Dvir, M. Bashir and R. Kamath. 2016. Defend your research: Generalists get better job offers than specialists: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (September): 17.

Palmer, B., C. Sharma, H. Anker and M. MacLachlan. 2016. Why leadership training fails - and what to do about it: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (December): 19-20.

Porath, C. 2016. An antidote to incivility: How to protect yourself from rude colleagues. Harvard Business Review (April): 108-111.

Porter, M. E. and R. S. Kaplan. 2016. How to pay for health care: Bundled payments will finally unleash the competition that patients want. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 88-102. (Two types of value-based reimbursement: Capitation, or population-based payment versus bundled payments. Bundled payments is the recommended solution).

Puri, S., K. Khanzode and A. Beard. 2016. Case study: Which customers should this restaurant listen to? Harvard Business Review (June): 109-113.

Quelch, J. A., C. Knoop, A. Gallo, B. Ricci and B. Huh. 2016. What to do for a struggling colleague? Harvard Business Review (May): 109-111.

Reeves, M., S. Levin and D. Ueda. 2016. The biology of corporate survival: Natural ecosystems hold surprising lessons for business. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 46-55.

Reid, E. and L. Ramarajan. 2016. Managing the high intensity workplace. Harvard Business Review (June): 84-90.

Reinhardt, F. L. 2016. Case study: How would you save this farm? Harvard Business Review (November): 105-109.

Rigby, D. K., J. Sutherland and H. Takeuchi. 2016. Embracing agile: How to master the process that's transforming management. Harvard Business Review (May): 40-50.

Robinson, J. R. 2016. Understanding Holacracy: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (October): 18.

Sabbagh, J. Y. and M. R. Jones. 2016. Turning around a team: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (September): 17.

Sandlin, K. and B. Obrenovich. 2016. How to make the most of ominchannel retailing: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (October): 19.

Sawhney, M. 2016. Putting products into services: A revenue-growth playbook for consultants and law firms. Harvard Business Review (September): 82-89. (Professional service firms are automating aspects of their work, shifting away from billable hours to a fee for each transaction and outcome based pricing).

Schoemaker, P. J. H. and P. E. Tetlock. 2016. Superforecasting: How to upgrade your company's judgment. Harvard Business Review (May): 72-78.

Schulman, D. 2016. Paypal's CEO on creating products for underserved markets. Harvard Business Review (December): 35-38.

Sherman, H. D. and S. D. Young. 2016. Where financial reporting still falls short. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 76-84.

Smith, W. K., M. W. Lewis and M. L. Tushman. 2016. "Both/and" leadership. Harvard Business Review (May): 62-70.

Sorrell, M. 2016. WPP's CEO on turning a portfolio of companies into a growth machine. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 33-36.

Spain, E. and B. Groysberg. 2016. Making exit interviews count. Harvard Business Review (April): 88-95.

Stalk, G. Jr. and A. Iyer. 2016. How to hedge your strategic bets. Harvard Business Review (May): 80-86.

Subramanian, R. 2016. When tragedy strikes the supply chain. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 109-113.

Sullivan, T. 2016. Blitzscaling: The chaotic, sometimes grueling path to high-growth, high-impact entrepreneurship. Harvard Business Review (April): 44-50.

Sullivan, T. 2016. The philanthropist's burden. Harvard Business Review (December): 114-115.

Toegel, G. and J. Barsoux. 2016. How to preempt team conflict. Harvard Business Review (June): 78-83.

Torres, N. 2016. Ethical shoppers don't inspire us - They bug us. Harvard Business Review (April): 32-33.

Torres, N. 2016. Fast thinkers are more charismatic. Harvard Business Review (March): 28-29.

Torres, N. 2016. Generalists get better job offers than specialists. Harvard Business Review (June): 30-31.

Torres, N. 2016. MBAs are more self-serving than other CEOs. Harvard Business Review (December): 32-33.

Torres, N. 2016. You're likely to live longer if you retire after 65. Harvard Business Review (October): 28-29.

Valcour, M. 2016. Managing yourself: Beating burnout. Harvard Business Review (November): 98-101.

Van Alstyne, M. W., Parker, G. G. and S. P. Choudary. 2016. Pipelines, platforms, and the new rules of strategy. Harvard Business Review (April): 54-62.

Van den Driest, F., S. Sthanunathan and K. Weed. 2016. Building an insights engine: How Unilever got to know its customers. Harvard Business Review (September): 64-74.

Verganti, R. 2016. The innovative power of criticism. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 88-95.

Viar, L., D. Eikenberg, M. D. Lenihan and D. Smith. 2016. Why people quit their jobs: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (November): 18-19.

Vough, H. C., C. D. Bataille, L. Sargent and M. D. Lee. 2016. Next-gen retirement. Harvard Business Review (June): 104-107.

Walsh, S. 2016. The CEO of Rio Tinto on managing in a hypercyclical industry. Harvard Business Review (March): 33-36.

Watkins, M. D. 2016. Leading the team you inherit. Harvard Business Review (June): 60-67.

Watson, M. A. and G. R. Lopiano. 2016. Should we fire him for that post? Harvard Business Review (March): 103-107.

Waytz, A. 2016. The limits of empathy. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 68-73.

Webb, A., L. Bottary, D. W. Bracken and D. K. Hurst. 2016. Rethinking the annual performance review: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (December): 20.

Weiss, M. 2016. Case study: Should you adjust your business model for a major customer? Harvard Business Review (July/August): 119-121.

Wessel, M., A. Levie and R. Siegel. 2016. The problem with Legacy ecosystems: They separate you from your customer. Harvard Business Review (November): 68-74.

Zhu, F. and N. Furr. 2016. Products to platforms: Making the leap. Harvard Business Review (April): 72-78.

Zook, C. and J. Allen. 2016. Reigniting growth: How to reverse a sudden slowdown. Harvard Business Review (March): 70-76.