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Aaker, D. 2003. The power of the branded differentiator. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 83-87.

Abrahamson, E. 2004. Avoiding repetitive change syndrome. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 93-95.

Adjei, M. T., C. H. Noble and S. M. Noble. 2012. Enhancing relationships with customers through online brand communities. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 22-24.

Adler, P. S. 2003. Making the HR outsourcing decision. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 53-60.

Adler, R. S. 2007. Negotiating with liars. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 69-74.

Adler, R. W. and T. Hiromoto. 2012. Amoeba management: Lessons from Japan's Kyocera. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 83-89.

Agarwal, R. and P. Weill. 2012. The benefits of combining data with empathy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 35-41.

Alexy, O., P. Criscuolo and A. Salter. 2009. Does IP strategy have to cripple open innovation? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 71-77.

Alvarez, J. L., S. Svejenova and L. Vives. 2007. Leading in pairs. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 10-14.

Amaral, J. E. G. Anderson Jr. and G. G. Parker. 2011. Putting it together: How to succeed in distributed product development. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 51-58.

Amit, R. and C. Zott. 2012. Creating value through business model innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 41-49.

Ancona, D., H. Bresman and K. Kaeufer. 2002. The comparative advantage of X-teams. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 33-39.

Andal-Ancion, A., P. A. Cartwright and G. S. Yip. 2003. The digital transformation of traditional businesses. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 34-41.

Anderson, E. and S. D. Jap. 2005. The dark side of close relationships. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 75-82.

Anderson, H., S. Lawin, V. Lobo, C. London, and R. Siegelman. 2001. Not all VCs are created equal. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 88-92. (Five venture capitalists explain why entrepreneurs should search for the smart money).

Anderson, J. and C. Markides. 2007. Strategic innovation at the base of the pyramid. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 83-88.

Anderson, J. C. and J. A. Narus. 2003. Selectively pursuing more of your customer's business. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 42-49.

Anderson, J. C. and M. Wouters. 2013. What you can learn from your customer's customer. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 75-82.

Anderson, J. C., M. Wouters and W. Van Rossum. 2010. Why the highest price isn't the best price. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 69-76.

Anderson, P. and E. Anderson. 2002. The new e-commerce intermediaries. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 53-62.

Anderson, R. E., S. Swaminathan and R. Mehta. 2013. How to drive customer satisfaction. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 13-15.

Anita, K. D., M. Bergen and S. Dutta. 2004. Competing with gray markets. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 63-69.

Anthony, S. D., M. W. Johnson and J. V. Sinfield. 2008. Institutionalizing innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 45-53.

Aral, S. 2014. The problem with online ratings. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 47-52.

Argenti, P. A., R. A. Howell and K. A. Beck. 2005. The strategic communication imperative. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 83-89.

Auster, E. R. and T. Ruebottom. 2013. Navigating the politics and emotions of change. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 31-36.

Austin, R. D. 2016. Unleashing creativity with digital technology. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 157-160.

Austin, R. D. and D. M. Upton. 2016. Leading in the age of super-transparency. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 25-32.

Austin, R. D. and R. L. Nolan. 2007. Bridging the gap between stewards and creators. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 29-36.

Austin, R. D. and T. Sonne. 2014. The Dandelion principle: Redesigning work for the innovation economy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 67-72.

Ayres, I. and B. Nalebuff. 2003. In praise of honest pricing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 24-28.

Baaij, M. G., T. J. M. Mom, F. A. J. Van Den Bosch and H. W. Volberda. 2012. Should top management relocate across national borders? MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 17-18.

Bach, D. and D. B. Allen. 2010. What every CEO needs to know about nonmarket strategy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 41-48. (Includes Creating nonmarket strategies: The (IA)3-Framework. 42-43).

Bailey, C. and A. Madden. 2016. What makes work meaningful - or meaningless. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 53-61.

Balle, M., J. Morgan and D. K. Sobek II. 2016. Why learning is central to sustained innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 63-71.

Barnes, C. M. and G. Spreitzer. 2015. Why sleep is a strategic resource. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 19-21.

Barsoux, J. and C. Bouquet. 2013. How to overcome a power deficit. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 45-53.

Barthelemy, J. 2001. The hidden costs of IT outsourcing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 60-69.

Barthélemy, J. 2006. The experimental roots of revolutionary vision. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 81-84.

Bartlett, C. A. and S. Ghoshal. 2002. Building competitive advantage through people. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 34-41.

Barton, M. A. and K. M. Sutcliffe. 2010. Learning when to stop momentum. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 69-76.

Barua, A., P. Konana, A. B. Whinston and F. Yin. 2001. Driving e-business excellence. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 36-44.

Barwise, P. and S. Meehan. 2004. Don't be unique, be better. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 23-26.

Barwise, P. and S. Meehan. 2010. Is your company as customer-focused as you think? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 63-68.

Basu, A. and S. Muylle. 2007. How to plan e-business initiatives in established companies. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 28-36.

Beath, C., I. Becerra-Fernandez, J. Ross and J. Short. 2012. Finding value in the information explosion. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 18-20.

Begley, T. M. and D. P. Boyd. 2003. The need for a corporate global mind-set. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 25-32.

Bell, D. R. and X. Dreze. 2002. Changing the channel: A better way to do trade promotions. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 42-49.

Bell, D. R., C. Jeonghye and L. Lodish. 2012. What matters most in internet retailing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 27-33.

Bell, D. R., S. Gallino and A. Moreno. 2014. How to win in an ominichannel world. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 45-53.

Bell, P. C. 2015. Sustaining an analytics advantage. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 21-24.

Bellezza, S., F. Gino and S. Keinan. 2014. The surprising benefits of nonconformity. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 10-11.

Ben-Hur, S., B. Jaworski and D. Gray. 2015. Aligning corporate learning with strategy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 53-59.

Benbya, H. and M. Van Alstyne. 2011. How to find answers within your company. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 65-75.

Bendle, N. T. and C. K. Bagga. 2016. The metrics that marketers muddle. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 73-82.

Bennis, W. 2001. Leading in unnerving times. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 97-103.

Berg, J. D., J. M. Mathews and C. M. O'Hare. 2007. Measuring brand health to improve top-line growth. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 61-68.

Bernoff, J. and C. Li. 2008. Harnessing the power of the oh-so-social web. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 36-42.

Berns, M., A. Townend, Z. Khayat, B. Balagopal, M. Reeves, M. S. Hopkins and N. Kruschwitz. 2009. The business of sustainability: What it means to managers now. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 20-26.

Berry, L. L., A. M. Mirabito and D. M. Berwick. 2004. A health care agenda for business. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 56-64.

Berry, L. L., G. Adcock and A. M. Mirabito. 2012. "Do-it-yourself" employee health care. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 15-16.

Berry, L. L., L. P. Carbone and S. H. Haeckel. 2002. Managing the total customer experience. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 85-89.

Berthon, P., M. B. Holbrook and J. M. Hulbert. 2003. Understanding and managing brand space. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 49-54.

Berthon, P., M. B. Holbrook, J. M. Hulbert and L. F. Pitt. 2007. Viewing brands in multiple dimensions. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 37-43.

Bertini, M. and O. Koenigsberg. 2014. When customers help set prices. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 57-64.

Betts, M. 2001. Turning browsers into buyers. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 8-9.

Bhatia, V. and B. Carey. 2007. Patenting for profits. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 15-16.

Bhattacharya, C. B., S. Sen and D. Korschun. 2008. Using corporate social responsibility to win the war for talent. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 37-44.

Bidault, F. and A. Castello. 2010. Why too much trust is death to innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 33-38.

Bienenstock M. J. 2016. Did the critique of disruptive innovation apply the right test? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 27-29.

Bingham, C. and J. Davis. 2012. Learning how to grow globally. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 16-18.

Bingham, C. B. and S. J. Kahl. 2013. How to use analogies to introduce new ideas. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 10-12.

Bingham, C. B., K. M. Eisenhardt and N. R. Furr. 2011. Which strategy when? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 71-78.

Bingham, D. B., N. R. Furr and K. M. Eisenhardt. 2014. The opportunity paradox. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 29-35.

Binnis, A., J. B. Harreld, C. O'Reilly III and M. L. Tushman. 2014. The art of strategic renewal. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 21-23.

Bird, R. C. and D. Orozco. 2014. Finding the right corporate legal strategy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 81-89.

Birkinshaw, J. 2013. Would your employees recommend you? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 95-96.

Birkinshaw, J. and C. Gibson. 2004. Building ambidexterity into an organization. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 47-55.

Birkinshaw, J. and J. Goddard. 2009. What is your management model? MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 81-90.

Birkinshaw, J. and M. Mol. 2006. How management innovation happens. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 81-88.

Birkinshaw, J. and T. Sheehan. 2002. Managing the knowledge life cycle. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 75-83.

Birkinshaw, J., C. Bouquet and J. Barsoux. 2011. The 5 myths of innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 43-50.

Birkinshaw, J., C. Bouquet and T. C. Ambos. 2007. Managing executive attention in the global company. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 39-45.

Bitran, G. R., S. Gurumurthi and L. S. Shiou. 2007. The need for third-party coordination in supply chain governance. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 30-37.

Bjelland, O. M. and R. C. Wood. 2008. An inside view of IBM's 'innovation jam'. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 32-40.

Bloom, P. N., S. Hoeffler, K. L. Keller and C. E. Basurto. 2006. How social-cause marketing affects consumer perceptions. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 49-55.

Borison, A. and G. Hamm. 2010. How to manage risk (After risk management has failed). MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 51-57.

Bonabeau, E. 2007. Understanding and managing complexity risk. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 62-68.

Bonabeau, E. 2009. Decisions 2.0: The power of collective intelligence. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 45-52.

Boppel, M., S. Kunisch, T. Keil and C. Lechner. 2013. Driving change through corporate programs. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 20-22.

Bouchikhi, H. and J. R. Kimberly. 2003. Escaping the identify trap. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 20-26.

Bouchikhi, H. and J. R. Kimberly. 2012. Making mergers work. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 63-70.

Boudreau, K. J. and K. R. Lakhani. 2009. How to manage outside innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 69-76.

Bouquet, C., J. Barsoux and O. Levy. 2015. The perils of attention from headquarters. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 16-18.

Bouquet, C., J. Birkinshaw and J. Barsoux. 2016. Fighting the "headquarters knows best" syndrome. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 59-66.

Bouwman, C. H. S., K. Fuller and A. S. Nain. 2003. Stock market valuation and mergers. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 9-11.

Boyacigiller, N. A. 2010. On the rocky road to strong global culture. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 20-22.

Brokaw, L. 2009. Does sustainability change the talent equation? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 33-34.

Brown, J. S. and P. Duguid. 2001. Creativity versus structure: A useful tension. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 93-94.

Brown, K. A., N. Lea Hyer and R. Ettenson. 2013. The question every project team should answer. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 49-57.

Brown, K. A., R. Ettenson and N. L. Hyer. 2011. Why every project needs a brand (and how to create one). MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 61-68.

Browning, T. R. and R. V. Ramasesh. 2015. Reducing unwelcome surprises in project management. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 53-62.

Bruch, H. and F. Walter. 2005. The keys to rethinking corporate philanthropy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 49-55.

Bruch, H. and S. Ghoshal. 2003. Unleashing organizational energy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 45-51.

Brynjolfsson, E. and A. McAfee. 2012. Winning the race with ever-smarter machines. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 53-60.

Brynjolfsson, E., Y. J. Hu and M. D. Smith. 2006. From niches to riches: Anatomy of the long tail. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 67-71.

Brynjolfsson, E., Y. J. Hu and M. S. Hahman. 2013. Competing in the age of omnichannel retailing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 23-29.

Buchel, B. 2003. Managing partner relations in joint venture. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 91-95.

Burgelman, R. A. and L. Välikangas. 2005. Managing internal corporate venturing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 26-34.

Burgelman, R. A. and Y. L. Doz. 2001. The power of strategic integration. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 28-38. (Five forms of strategic integration include: overambitious, minimal, scope-driven, reach-driven, and complex).

Bush, D. and B. D. Gelb. 2005. When marketing practices raise antitrust concerns. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 73-81.

Byrum, J. and A. Bingham. 2016. Improving analytics capabilities through crowdsourcing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 43-48.

Campbell, A., J. Birkinshaw, A. Morrison and R. van Basten Batenburg. 2003. The future of corporate venturing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 30-37.

Cambell, A, S Kunisch and G. Muller-Stewens. 2012. Are CEOs getting the best from corporate functions? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 12-14.

Camuffo, A. and P. Romano. 2001. Back to the future: Benetton transforms its global network. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 46-52.

Carnahan, S. and D. Somaya. 2015. The other talent war: Competing through alumni. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 14-16.

Carr, C. and D. Collis. 2011. Should you have a global strategy? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 21-24.

Carr, N. G. 2004. In praise of walls. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 10-13.

Carr, N. G. 2005. The end of corporate computing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 67-73. (Outsourcing IT).

Carroll, J. S. and S. Hatakenaka. 2001. Driving organizational change in the midst of crisis. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 70-79.

Castilla, E. J. 2016. Achieving meritocracy in the workplace. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 35-41.

Cattani, K., E. Dahan and G. Schmidt. 2005. Offshoring versus "spackling". MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 6-7. (Spackling: Smoothing make-to-order production of customer products with make-to-stock production of standard items).

Cayla, J., R. Beers and E. Arnould. 2014. Stories that deliver business insights. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 55-62.

Cennamo, C. and J. Santalo. 2015. How to avoid platform traps. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 12-15.

Cespedes, F. V., J. P. Dougherty and B. S. Skinner III. 2013. How to identify the best customers for your business. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 53-59.

Charitou, C. D. and C. C. Markides. 2003. Responses to disruptive strategic innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 55-63.

Chase, R. B. and D. M. Stewart. 1994. Make your service fail-safe. Sloan Management Review (Spring): 35-44.

Chesbrough, H. 2011. Bringing open innovation to services. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 85-90.

Chesbrough, H. W. 2003. The era of open innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 35-41.

Chesbrough, H. W. 2007. Why companies should have open business models. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 22-28.

Choo, C. W. 2005. Information failures and organizational disasters. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 8-10.

Chopra, S. and M. A. Lariviere. 2005. Managing service inventory to improve performance. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 56-63.

Chopra, S. and M. S. Sodhi. 2004. Managing risk to avoid supply-chain breakdown. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 53-62.

Chopra, S. and M. S. Sodhi. 2014. Reducing the risk of supply chain disruptions. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 73-80.

Christensen, C. M. 2001. The past and future of competitive advantage. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 105 109.

Christensen, C. M., M. W. Johnson and D. K. Rigby. 2002. Foundations for growth. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 22-31.

Christensen, C. M., S. D. Scott, G. Berstell and D. Nitterhouse. 2007. Finding the right job for your product. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 38-47.

Christensen, C. M., T. Bartman and D. Van Bever. 2016. The hard truth about business model innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 30-40.

Chua, R. Y. J. 2012. Building effective business relationships in China. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 27-33.

Cialdini, R. B., P. K. Petrova and N. Goldstein. 2004. The hidden cost of organizational dishonesty. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 67-73.

Clampitt, P. G. and M. L. Williams. 2007. Decision downloading. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 77-82.

Coedhart, M. H., T. M. Koller and D. Weasels. 2005. What really drives the market? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 21-23.

Cole, R. E. 2011. What really happened to Toyota? MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 29-35.

Collier, J. E. and C. C. Bienstock. 2006. How do customers judge quality in an e-tailer? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 35-40.

Conforto, E. C., E. Rebentisch and D. Amaral. 2016. Learning the art of business improvisation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 8-10.

Conger, J. A. and D. A. Nadler. 2004. When CEOs step up to fail. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 50-56.

Cooper, R. and B. Maskell. 2008. How to manage through worse-before-better. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 58-65.

Cooper, R. and R. Slagmulder. 2004. Achieving full-cycle cost management. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 45-52. (Although the typical life cycle assumption is that 80-95% of a product's costs are locked in by design (See Chapter 2 of the CAM-I Conceptual Design), this study indicates that companies can substantially reduce costs throughout the product life cycle. The paper includes a discussion of five cost-management techniques: target costing, product-specific kaizen costing, general kaizen costing, functional group management, and product costing).

Cornell, B. 2003. The information that boards really need. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 71-76.

Cossin, D. and E. Metayer. 2014. How strategic is your board? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 37-43.

Cross, R., N. Nohria and A. Parker. 2002. Six myths about informal networks - and how to overcome them. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 67-75.

Cross, R., P. Gray, S. Cunningham, M. Showers and R. J. Thomas. 2010. The collaborative organization: How to make employee networks really work. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 83-90.

Cross, R., R. J. Thomas and D. A. Light. 2009. How "who you know' affects what you decide. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 35-42.

Cross, R., T. H. Davenport and S. Cantrell. 2003. The social side of performance. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 20-22.

Cross, R., W. Baker and A. Parker. 2003. What creates energy in organizations? MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 51-56.

Cross, R. L. and S. E. Brodt. 2001. How assumptions of consensus undermine decision making. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 86-94.

Csaszar, F. A. and A. Enrione. 2015. When consensus hurts the company. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 17-20.

Cummings, J. and C. Pletcher. 2011. Why project networks beat project teams. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 75-80.

Cusumano, M. A. and A. Gawer. 2002. The elements of platform leadership. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 51-58. (Platform leaders are companies that drive industry wide innovation for an evolving system of separately developed pieces of technology).

Dahlsten, F. 2003. Avoiding the customer satisfaction rut. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 73-77.

Dasu, S. and R. B. Chase. 2010. Designing the soft side of customer service. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 33-39.

D'Aveni, R. A. 2002. Competitive pressure systems. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 39-49.

D'Aveni, R. A. 2004. Corporate spheres of influence. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 38-46.

Davenport, T. H. 2014. What businesses can learn from sports analytics. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 10-13.

Davenport, T. H. 2016. Rise of the strategy machines. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 13-16.

Davenport, T. H. and J. G. Harris. 2005. Automated decision making comes of age. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 83-89.

Davenport, T. H. and J. G. Harris. 2009. The prediction lover's handbook. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 32-35.

Davenport, T. H. and J. G. Harris. 2009. What people want (and how to predict it). MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 23-31.

Davenport, T. H. and J. H. Snabe. 2011. How fast and flexible do you want your information, really? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 57-62.

Davenport, T. H. and J. Kirby. 2016. Just how smart are smart machines? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 21-25.

Davenport, T. H. and R. J. Thomas. 2002. The mysterious art and science of knowledge-worker performance. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 23-30.

Davenport, T. H. and S. Kudyba. 2016. Designing and developing analytics-based data products. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 82-89.

Davenport, T. H., J. G. Harris and A. K. Kohli. 2001. How do they know their customers so well? MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 63-73.

Davenport, T. H., P. Barth and R. Bean. 2012. How 'big data' is different. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 43-46.

Davidson, R. and B. Buchel. 2011. The art of piloting new initiatives. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 79-86.

Davies, A., T. Brady and M. Hobday. 2006. Charting a path toward integrated solutions. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 39-48.

Davis, C. R. 2002. Calculated risk: A framework for evaluating product development. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 71-77.

Davis, J. P. 2013. Capturing the value of synchronized innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 55-62.

Dawar, N. 2004. What are brands good for? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 31-37.

Dawar, N. and J. Stornnelli. 2013. Rebuilding the relationship between manufacturers and retailers. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 83-90.

Dawar, N. and M. Vandenbosch. 2004. The seller's hidden advantage. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 83-88.

Day, G. S. 2003. Creating a superior customer-relating capability. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 77-82.

Day, G. S. 2006. Aligning the organization with the market. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 41-49.

Day, G. S. and P. J. H. Schoemaker. 2008. Are you a 'vigilant leader'? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 43-51.

Day, G. S. and P. J. H. Schoemaker. 2011. Innovating in uncertain markets: 10 lessons for green technologies. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 37-45.

De Holan, M. Pablo, N. Phillips and T. B. Lawrence. 2004. Managing organizational forgetting. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 45-51.

De Jong, J. J. and E. De Bruijn. 2013. Innovation lessons from 3-D printing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 43-52.

De Meyer, A., C. H. Loch and M. T. Pich. 2002. Managing project uncertainty: From variation to chaos. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 60-67.

Dellarocas, C. 2010. Online reputation systems: How to design one that does what you need. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 33-37.

Delmas, M. A., N. Nairn-Birch and M. Galzarova. 2013. Choosing the right eco-label for your product. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 10-12.

Den Butter, F. A. G. and K. A. Linse. 2008. Rethinking procurement in the era of globalization. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 76-80.

Deutsch, Y. and M. Valente. 2013. The trouble with stock compensation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 19-20.

Dhebar, A. 2001. Six chasms in need of crossing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 95-99.

Dong, J. and Y. Zhang. 2016. When customers become fans. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 96.

Dowling, G. and W. Weeks. 2008. What the media is really telling you about your brand. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 28-34.

Druskat, V. U. and J. V. Wheeler. 2004. How to lead a self-managing team. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 65-71.

Dutta, S., M. Bergen, D. Levy, M. Ritson and M. Zbaracki. 2002. Pricing as a strategic capability. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 61-66.

Dvir, D. and A. J. Shenhar. 2011. What great projects have in common. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 19-21.

Dyer, J. H. and N. W. Hatch. 2004. Using supplier networks to learn faster. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 57-63.

Dyer, J. H., P. Kale and H. Singh. 2001. How to make strategic alliances work. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 37-43.

Eagle, N. 2004. Can serendipity be planned? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 10-14.

Earl, M. and B. Khan. 2001. E-commerce is changing the face of IT. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 64-72.

Eccles, R. G., K. M. Perkins and G. Serafeim. 2012. How to become a sustainable company. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 43-50.

Ehrenfeld, J. R. 2005. The roots of sustainability. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 23-25.

Einwiller, S. A. 2010. How to save your brand in the face of crisis. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 57-64.

Eisenhardt, K. M. 2002. Has strategy changed? MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 88-91.

Elsbach, K. and D. Cable. 2012. Why showing your face at work matters. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 10-12.

Enders, A., A. Konig and J. Barsoux. 2016. Stop jumping to solutions! MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 63-70.

Ensign, P. C. and L. Hebert. 2010. How reputation affects knowledge sharing among colleagues. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 79-81.

Eppinger, S. D. 2006. The new practice of global product development. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 22-30.

Epstein, M. J. and R. A. Westbrook. 2001. Linking actions to profits in strategic decision making. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 39-49.

Erhun, F., P. Goncalves and J. Hopman. 2007. The art of managing new product transitions. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 73-80.

Ernst, C. and D. Chrobot-Mason. 2011. Flat world, hard boundaries: How to lead across them. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 81-88.

Ettenson, R. and J. Knowles. 2006. Merging the brands and branding the merger. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 39-49.

Ettenson, R. and J. Knowles. 2008. Don't confuse reputation with brand. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 19-21.

Evans, D. S. and K. L. Webster. 2007. Designing the right product offerings. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 44-50.

Fang, Z., X. Luo and M. E. Keith. 2015. How effective is location-targeted mobile advertising? MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 14-15.

Farm, E. H. 2005. Are professional board directors the answer? MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 75-77.

Feeny, D. 2001. Making business sense of the e-opportunity. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 41-51.

Feeny, D., M. Lacity and L. P. Willcocks. 2005. Taking the measure of outsourcing providers. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 41-48.

Felin, T. 2016. When strategy walks out the door. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 94-96.

Ferguson, G., S. Mathur and B. Shah. 2005. Evolving from information to insight. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 51-58.

Fernández-Aráoz, C. 2005. Getting the right people at the top. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 67-72.

Fernández-Aráoz, C. 2007. Making people decisions in the new global environment. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 17-20.

Fiksel, J., M. Polyviou, K. L. Croxton and T. J. Pettit. 2015. From risk to resilience: Learning to deal with disruption. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 79-86.

Fine, C. H., R. Vardan, R. Pethick and J. El-Hout. 2002. Rapid-response capability in value-chain design. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 69-75.

Fitzgerald, M. 2015. General Mills builds up big data to answer big questions. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 34.

Fitzgerald, M. 2016. Better data brings a renewal at the Bank of England. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 3-13.

Fitzgerald, M. 2016. Building a better car company with analytics. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 40-44.

Fitzgerald, M. 2016. Data-driven city management. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 3-10.

Fitzgerald, M. 2016. General Motors relies on IoT to keep its customers safe and secure. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 86-91.

Fitzgerald, M. 2016. Will the internet of trees be the next game changer? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 113-117.

Fleischmann, M., J. M. Hall and D. F. Pyke. 2004. Smart pricing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 9-13.

Fleming, L. 2007. Breakthroughs and the "long tail" of innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 69-74.

Fleming, L. and O. Sorenson. 2003. Navigating the technology landscape of innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 15-23.

Fogarity, D. and P. C. Bell. 2014. Should you outsource analytics? MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 41-45.

Foss, N. J. and P. G. Klein. 2014. Why managers still matter. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 73-80.

Fournier, S. and J. Avery. 2011. Putting the 'relationship' back into CRM. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 63-72.

Fraser, J. A. 2004. A return to basics at Kellogg. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 27-30.

Fréry, F. 2006. The fundamental dimensions of strategy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 71-75.

Frery, F., X. Lecocq and V. Warnier. 2015. Competing with ordinary resources. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 69-77.

Fromartz, S. 2009. The minicases: 5 companies, 5 strategies, 5 transformations. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 41-45.

Funk, K. 2003. Sustainability and performance. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 65-70.

Gandhi, S. and E. Gervet. 2016. Now that your products can talk, what will they tell you? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 49-50.

Gandossy, R. and R. Guarnieri. 2008. Can you measure leadership? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 65-69.

Gann, D., A Salter, M. Dodgson and N. Phillips. 2012. Inside the world of project Baron. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 63-71. (Baronies refers to organizational units that execute the projects within project-based firms).

Gans, J. S. 2016. Keep calm and manage disruption. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 83-90.

Garcia, R., F. Bardhi and C. Friedrich. 2007. Overcoming consumer resistance to innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 82-88.

Garten, J. E. 2002. The CEO's new agenda. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 91-94.

Gawer, A. and M. A. Cusumano. 2008. How companies become platform leaders. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 28-35.

Gelb, B. and D. Bush. 2006. The marketing consequences of competitor lawsuits. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 21-23.

Ghemawat, P. 2009. The risk of not investing in a recession. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 31-38.

Ghemawat, P. and H. Vantrappen. 2015. How global is your c-suite? MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 73-82.

Ghoshal, S. and H. Bruch. 2003. Going beyond motivation to the power of volition. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 51-57.

Ghoshal, S. and L. Gratton. 2002. Integrating the enterprise. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 31-38.

Gibbert, M., M. Hoegl and L. Välikangas. 2007. In praise of resource constraints. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 15-17.

Gilbert, C. 2003. The disruption opportunity. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 27-32.

Ginsberg, J. M. and P. N. Bloom. 2004. Choosing the right green marketing strategy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 79-84.

Gloor, P. A. 2016. What email reveals about your organization. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 8-11.

Gloor, P. A. and G. Giacomelli. 2014. Reading global clients' signals. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 23-29.

Gloor, P. A. and S. M. Cooper. 2007. The new principles of a swarm business. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 81-84. (Gain power by giving it away, share with the swarm, and concentrate on the swarm, not on making money).

Goddard, J., T. Eccles and J. Birkinshaw. 2012. Uncommon sense: How to turn distinctive beliefs into action. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 33-39.

Goetz, B. E. 1960. Ways of learning. Industrial Management Review (April): 9-15.

Golden-Biddle, K. 2013. How to change an organization without blowing it up. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 35-41.

Goldman, E. F. 2007. Strategic thinking at the top. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 75-81.

Golicic, S. K., C. N. Boerstler and L. M. Ellram. 2010. 'Greening' transportation in the supply chain. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 47-55.

Gordon, S. R. and M. Tarafdar. 2010 The IT audit that boosts innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 39-47.

Gosling, J. and H. Mintzberg. 2004. The education of practicing managers. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 19-22.

Govindarajan, V. and A. K. Gupta. 2001. Building an effective global business team. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 63-71.

Govindarajan, V. and C. Trimble. 2004. Strategic innovation and the science of learning. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 67-75.

Grainer, M., C. H. Noble, M. J. Bitner and S. M. Broetzmann. 2014. What unhappy customers want. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 31-35.

Gratton, L. 2016. Rethinking the manager's role. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 24-27.

Gratton, L. and S. Ghoshal. 2005. Beyond best practice. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 49-57. (High-performing companies emphasize "signature processes" as well as best practices. They bring the inside out, as well as bringing the outside in).

Gratton, L., A. Voigt and T. Erickson. 2007. Bridging faultlines in diverse teams. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 22-29.

Grenny, J., D. Maxfield and A. Shimberg. 2007. How project leaders can overcome the crisis of silence. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 46-52.

Grenny, J., D. Maxfield and A. Shimberg. 2008. How to have influence. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 47-52.

Griskevicius, V., R. B. Cialdini and N. J. Goldstein. 2008. Applying (and resisting) peer influence. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 84-88.

Groysberg, B. and L. Lee. 2010. What it takes to make 'star' hires pay off. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 57-61.

Groysberg, B., L. Sant and R. Abrahams. 2008. When 'stars' migrate, do they still perform like stars? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 41-46.

Gruel, W. and F. Piller. 2016. A new vision for personal transportation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 20-23.

Gunther McGrath, R. 2016. Is your company ready to operate as a market? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 34-38.

Guterman, J. 2009. How to become a better manager...By thinking like a designer. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 39-42.

Haanaes, K., B. Balagopal, D. Arthur, M. T. Kong, I. Velken, N. Kruschwitz and M. S. Hopkins. 2011. First look: The second annual sustainability & innovation survey. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 77-83.

Haanaes, K., B. Balagopal, M. T. Kong, I. Velken, D. Arthur, M. S. Hopkins and N. Kruschwitz. 2011. New sustainability study: The 'embracers' seize advantage. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 23-35.

Hacklin, F., B. Battistini and G. Von Krogh. 2013. Strategic choices in converging industries. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 65-73.

Hagiu, A. 2014. Strategic decisions for multisided platforms. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 71-80.

Hall, J. and H. Vredenburg. 2003. The challenges of innovating for sustainable development. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 61-68.

Hall, J. and H. Vredenburg. 2005. Managing stakeholder ambiguity. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 11-13.

Hamilton, R. W., J. Srivastava and A. T. Abraham. 2010. When should you nickel-and-dime your customers? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 59-67.

Hammer, M. 2002. Process management and the future of six sigma. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 26-32.

Hammer, M. 2007. The 7 deadly sins of performance measurement [and how to avoid them]. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 19-28. (Vanity - Using measures that make you look good, Provincialism - Measuring narrowly, Narcissism - Measuring from your own point of view rather than from the customers perspective, Laziness - Assuming you know what is important to measure, Pettiness - Measuring only part of what matters, Inanity - Using measures without understanding the behavioral consequences, Frivolity - Not being serious about measurements and improvement).

Hammer, M., D. Leonard and T. Davenport. 2004. Why don't we know more about knowledge. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 14-18.

Hamori, M. and B. Koyuncu. 2013. The CEO experience trap. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 14-15.

Hamori, M., B. Koyuncu, J. Cao and T. Graf. 2015. What high-potential young managers want. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 61-68.

Han, K. and S. Mithas. 2014. The real savings from IT outsourcing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 16.

Hannah, D. R. 2006. Keeping trade secrets secret. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 17-20.

Hansen, M. T. and M. S. Deimler. 2001. Cutting costs while improving morale with B2E management. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 96-100. (Three facets of B2E (Business-to-employee) management: Online business processes, online people management and online community services).

Hansen, M. T. and N. Nohria. 2004. How to build collaborative advantage. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 22-30.

Hanson, B. 2016. Leading by the numbers. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 95-96.

Hasson, R. 2006. How to resolve board disputes more effectively. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 77-80.

Hart, S. L. and C. M. Christensen. 2002. The great leap: Driving innovation from the base of the pyramid. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 51-56. (Where 4 billion people aspire to join the market economy for the first time).

Häubl, G. and K. B. Murray. 2006. Double agents. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 8-12.

Hayashi, A. M. 2009. What can managers learn from college basketball? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 22-24.

Hayashi, A. M. 2010. Are you 'pushing' in a 'pull' world? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 16-18.

Hayashi, A. M. 2014. Thriving in a big data world. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 35-39.

Henke, J. W. Jr. and C. Zhang. 2010. Increasing supplier-driven innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 41-46.

Heracleous, L. and C. Jacobs. 2005. The serious business of play. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 19-20.

Hill, S., R. Ettenson and D. Tyson. 2005. Achieving the ideal brand portfolio. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 85-90.

Hinterhuber, A. and S. Liozu. 2012. Is it time to rethink your pricing strategy? MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 69-77.

Hoang, H. and F. T. Rothaermel. 2016. How to manage alliances strategically. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 68-76.

Hoffman, D. L. and M. Fodor. 2010. Can you measure the ROI of your social media marketing? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 41-49.

Hoffman, R. 2016. Using artificial intelligence to set information free. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 1-15.

Hogarth, R. M. and E. Soyer. 2015. Using simulated experience to make sense of big data. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 49-54.

Holweg, M. and F. Pil. 2001. Successful build-to-order strategies start with the customer. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 74-83.

Hongwei, Z. and S. E. Madnick. 2009. Finding new uses for information. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 18-21.

Hooijberg, R. and N. Lane. 2016. How boards botch CEO succession. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 14-16.

Hopkins, M. 2009. What executives don't get about sustainability (and further notes on the profit motive). MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 35-40.

Hopkins, M. S. 2009. 8 reasons sustainability will change management (that you never though of). MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 27-30.

Hopkins, M. S. 2009. Problem solving by design. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 9-12.

Hopkins, M. S. 2009. Sustainability, but for managers. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 11-15.

Hopkins, M. S. 2009. What the 'green' consumer wants. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 87-89.

Hopkins, M. S. 2010. How SAP made the business case for sustainability? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 69-72.

Hopkins, M. S. 2010. How sustainability creates new opportunity. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 65-69.

Hopkins, M. S. 2010. How sustainability fuels design innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 75-81.

Hopkins, M. S. 2010. Putting the science in management science. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 77-82.

Hopkins, M. S. 2010. The four ways IT is revolutionizing innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 51-56.

Hopkins, M. S. 2010. Value creation, experiments and why IT does matter. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 57-61.

Hopkins, M. S. 2011. How to innovate when platforms won't stop moving. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 55-60.

Hopkins, M. S. 2011. Sustainability and brand - Three questions and answers. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 26-27.

Hopkins, M. S. 2011. Why companies have to trade 'perfect data' for 'fast info'. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 51-55.

Hopkins, M. S. and J. Guterman. 2009. From the editors. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 10.

Hopkins, M. S. and L. Brokaw. 2011. Matchmaking with math: How analytics beats intuition to win customers. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 35-41.

Hopkins, M. S., S. Lavalle and F. Balboni. 2010. 10 insights: A first look at the new intelligent enterprise survey. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 22-26.

Hu, M. and S. T. Monahan. 2015. Sharing supply chain data in the digital era. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 96.

Huang, M. and R. T. Rust. 2014. Should your business be less productive? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 67-72.

Huang, Y. 2014. What's next for the Chinese economy? MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 35-39.

Hughes, A. and M. S. S. Morton. 2006. The transforming power of complementary assets. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 50-58.

Hughes, G. D. 2006. How business education must change. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 88.

Humpherys, J. and H. Langford. 2008. Managing a corporate culture 'slide'. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 25-27.

Hunter, M. L., L. N. Wassenhove and M. Besiou. 2016. The new rules for crisis management. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 71-78.

Hurley, R. F., N. Gillespie, D. L. Ferrin and G. Dietz. 2013. Designing trustworthy organizations. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 75-82.

Huy, Q. and A. Shipilov. 2012. The key to social media success within organizations. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 73-81.

Huy, Q. N. and H. Mintzberg. 2003. The rhythm of change. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 79-84. ("Because many things remain stable, change has to be managed with a profound appreciation of stability").

Hyatt, J. 2008. The incrementalist (or, what's the small idea?). MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 15-20.

Iansiti, M., F. W. McFarlan and G. Westerman. 2003. Leveraging the incumbent's advantage. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 58-64.

Illia, L., S. Romenti and S. Zyglidopoulos. 2015. Creating effective dialogue about corporate social responsibility. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 20-22.

Jernigan, S., S. Ransbotham and D. Kiron. 2016. Data sharing and analytics drive success with IoT. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 1-17.

Jerrery, M. and I. Leliveld. 2004. Best practices in IT portfolio management. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 41-49.

Jesus Saenz, M. and E. Revilla. 2014. Creating more resilient supply chains. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 21.

Jha, S. K., I. Parulka, R. T. Krishnan and C. Dhanaraj. 2016. Developing new products in emerging markets. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 55-62.

Johnson, G., G. S. Yip and M. Hensmans. 2012. Achieving successful strategic transformation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 25-32.

Johnson, H. W. 1960. A message from the Dean of the School of Industrial Management. Industrial Management Review (April): 5-6.

Johnson, L. K. 2002. The real value of customer loyalty. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 14-17.

Johnson, L. K. 2003. Dueling pricing strategies. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 10-11.

Johnson, M. D. and F. Selnes. 2005. Diversifying your customer portfolio. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 11-14.

Johnson, P. F. and M. R. Leenders. 2010. Minding the supply savings gaps. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 25-31.

Johnson, P. F. and R. D. Klassen. 2005. E-procurement. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 7-10.

Kaganer, E., E. Carmel, R. Hirschheim and T. Olsen. 2013. Managing the human cloud. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 23-32.

Kambil, A., V. Wei-teh Long and C. Kwan. 2006. The seven disciplines for venturing in China. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 85-89.

Kampas, P. J. 2003. Shifting cultural gears in technology-driven industries. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 41-48.

Kandybin, A. 2009. Which innovation efforts will pay? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 53-60.

Kane, G. C. 2015. 'People Analytics' through super-charged ID badges. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 21.

Kane, G. C. 2015. Are you part of the email problem? MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 34.

Kane, G. C. 2015. How digital transformation is making health care safer, faster and cheaper. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 41-47.

Kane, G. C. 2015. The workplace of the future. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 34.

Kane, G. C. 2015. Why social engagement may be more important than marketing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 148-151.

Kane, G. C. 2016. Adobe reinvents its customer experience. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 146-150.

Kane, G. C. 2016. Crowd-based capitalism? Empowering entrepreneurs in the sharing economy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 127-133.

Kane, G. C. 2016. Digital health care: The patient will see you now. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 54-59.

Kane, G. C. 2016. The dark side of the digital revolution. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 51-56.

Kane, G. C., D. Palmer, A. N. Phillips and D. Kiron. 2014. Finding the value in social business. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 81-88.

Kane, G. C., D. Palmer, A. N. Phillips and D. Kiron. 2015. Is your business ready for the digital future? MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 37-44.

Kane, G. C., D. Palmer, A. Nguyen Phillips, D. Kiron and N. Buckley. 2016. Aligning the organization for its digital future. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 1-28.

Kanter, R. M. 2002. Strategy as improvisational theater. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 76-81.

Kanter, R. M. 2010. How to do well and do good. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 12-15.

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

Kaplan, S. and E. D. Beinhocker. 2003. The real value of strategic planning. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 71-76.

Kaplan, S. and W. Orlikowski. 2014. Beyond forecasting: Creating new strategic narratives. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 23-28.

Kappos, D. J. and S. Graham. 2012. The case for standard measures of patent quality. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 19-22.

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

Keiningham, T., K. Aksoy, B. Cooil and T. W. Andreassen. 2008. Linking customer loyalty to growth. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 51-57.

Keiningham, T., S. Gupta, L. Aksoy and A. Buoye. 2014. The high price of customer satisfaction. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 37-46.

Keiningham, T. L., T. G. Vavra and L. Aksoy. 2006. Managing through rose-colored glasses. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 15-18.

Keller, K. L. and S. Sood. 2003. Brand equity dilution. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 12-15.

Kerr, W. R. 2016. Harnessing the best of globalization. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 58-67.

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

Kimes, S. E. and J. E. Collier. 2015. How customers view self-service technologies. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 25-26.

King, A. 2015. Why it pays to become a rule maker. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 11-13.

King, A. and K. R. Lakhani. 2013. Using open innovation to identify the best ideas. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 41-48.

King, A. A. and B. Baatartogtokh. 2015. How useful is the theory of disruptive innovation? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 77-90.

Kiron, D. 2015. Innovating with airborne analytics. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 24-28.

Kiron, D. and N. Kruschwitz. 2015. Sustainability reporting as a tool for better risk management. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 34.

Kiron, D. and R. Shockley. 2011. Creating business value analytics. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 57-63.

Kiron, D. and S. Ransbotham. 2016. Want to improve your portfolio? Call a scientist. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 45-50.

Kiron, D., D. Palmer, A. N. Phillips and N. Kruschwitz. 2012. What managers really think about social business. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 51-60.

Kiron, D., D. Palmer, A. Nguyen Phillips and R. Berkman. 2013. The executive's role in social business. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 83-89.

Kiron, D., N. Kruschwitz, K. Haanaes and I. von Streng Velken. 2012. Sustainability nears a tipping point. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 69-74.

Kiron, D., N. Kruschwitz, K. Haanaes and S. Fuisz-Kehrbach. 2013. How serious is climate change to business? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 75-76.

Kiron, D., N. Kruschwitz, M. Reeves and E. Goh. 2013. The benefits of sustainability-driven innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 69-73.

Kiron, D., P. Kirk Prentice and R. Boucher Ferguson. 2012. Innovating with analytics. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 47-52.

Kiron, D., P. K. Prentice and R. B. Ferguson. 2014. Raising the bar with analytics. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 29-33.

Kline, D. 2003. Sharing the corporate crown jewels. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 89-93. (Strategic licensing - sharing core technologies with others can provide significant financial and strategic benefits).

Kloppenborg, T. J. and D. Tesch. 2015. How executive sponsors influence project success. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 27-30.

Klotz, F. 2016. Are you ready for robot colleagues? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 60-65.

Klotz, F. 2016. How to succeed with radical innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 107-112.

Klotz, F. 2016. "Information" vs. "communication:" The battle to influence decision making. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 47-51.

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

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

Klotz, F. 2016. Where digitization is failing to deliver. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 136-140.

Knight, E., J. Cutcher-Gershenfeld and B. Mittleman. 2015. The art of managing complex collaborations. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 16-19.

Kochan, T. A. 2006. Taking the high road. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 16-19.

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

Kopczak, L. R. and M. E. Johnson. 2003. The supply-chain management effect. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 27-34.

Kopeikina, L. 2006. The elements of a clear decision. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 19-20.

Kotler, P., B. Calder, E. C. Malthouse and P. J. Korsten. 2012. The gap between the vision for marketing and reality. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 13-14.

Kruschwitz, N. and K. Haanaes. 2011. First look: Highlights from the Third Annual Sustainability Global Executive Survey. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 87-89.

Kruschwitz, N. and R. Shockley. 2010. 10 data points: Information and analytics at work. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 28-31.

Kruschwitz, N. and R. Shockley. 2011. First look: The second annual new intelligent enterprise survey. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 87-89.

Kuemmerle, W. 2005. The entrepreneur's path to global expansion. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 42-49.

Kumar, H. and S. Raghavendran. 2014. Bringing fun and creativity to work. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 95-96.

Kumar, V. and A. Pansari. 2015. Measuring the benefits of employee engagement. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 67-72.

Kumar, V. and B. Rajan. 2012. The perils of social coupon campaigns. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 13-14.

Kumar, V. and R. Mirchandani. 2012. Increasing the ROI of social media marketing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 55-61.

Kurtzman, J., G. Yago and T. Phumiwasana. 2004. The global cost of opacity. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 38-40. (Opacity - The degree to which countries lack clear, accurate, easily discernible and widely accepted practices governing the relationships among businesses, investors and governments that form the basis of most small scale high frequency risks, e.g., fraudulent transactions, bribery, legal and regulatory complexity, and unenforceable contracts. An opacity index is developed for each country that indicates how much more or less return an investor needs to receive to invest in that country).

Kwak, M. 2002. The effect of nonaudit fees on accounting practices. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 14-15.

Kwak, M. 2005. Is employee ownership counterproductive? MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 8-9.

Lacity, M. C. and L. P. Willcocks. 2016. A new approach to automating services. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 40-49.

Laroche, H. 2004. The power of moderation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 19-21.

Laseter, T. M., E. Rabinovich, K. K. Boyer and M. J. Rungtusanatham. 2007. 3 critical issues in internet retailing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 58-64.

Laufer, A., E. J. Hoffman, J. S. Russell and S. W. Cameron. 2015. What successful project managers do. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 43-51.

Lavalle, S., E. Lesser, R. Shockley, M. S. Hopkins and N. Kruschwitz. 2011. Special report: Analytics and the new path to value. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 22-32. (Survey).

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

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

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

Lawrence, T. B., B. Dyck, S. Maitlis and M. K. Mauws. 2006. The underlying structure of continuous change. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 59-66.

Lawrence, T. B., E. A. Morse and S. W. Fowler. 2005. Managing your portfolio of connections. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 59-65.

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

Lee, H. L. and S. Whang. 2001. Winning the last mile of e-commerce. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 54-62.

Lessard, D., R. Lucea and L. Vives. 2013. Building your company's capabilities through global expansion. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 61-67.

Levin, D. Z., J. Walter and J. K. Murnighan. 2011. The power of reconnection - How dormant ties can surprise you. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 45-50.

Levy, D. M. 2008. Wanted: Time to think. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 21-24.

Lichtenthaler, U., M. Hoegl and M. Muethel. 2011. Is your company ready for open innovation? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 45-48.

Linder, J. C. 2004. Transformational outsourcing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 52-58.

Linder, J. C., S. Jarvenpaa and T. H. Davenport. 2003. Toward an innovation sourcing strategy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 43-49.

Lo, A. W. and G. P. Pasano. 2016. Lessons from Hollywood: A new approach to funding R&D. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 47-54.

Locke, R. and M. Romis. 2007. Improving work conditions in a global supply chain. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 54-62.

Lojacono, G. and G. Zaccai. 2004. The evolution of the design-inspired enterprise. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 75-79.

Lopez-Berzosa, D., A Gawer and G. Camarillo. 2016. Navigating the patent minefield through consortia. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 18-20.

Lorange, P. 2005. Memo to marketing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 16-20.

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

Lubin, D. A. and D. C. Esty. 2014. Bridging the sustainability gap. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 18-21.

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

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

MacCormack, A. 2001. Product-development practices that work: How internet companies build software. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 75-84.

MacCormack, A., F. Murray and E. Wagner. 2013. Spurring innovation through competitions. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 25-32.

Mackey, J. and L. Välikangas. 2004. The myth of unbounded growth. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 89-92. (Alternatives: Break up the company, create a new corporate form, or make a graceful growth-to-value transition).

Magretta, J. 2002. The behavior behind the buzzwords. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 89-93. (Buzzwords such as "thinking outside the box", "resource allocation", and "respect for the individual" may create behavioral problems. What's needed? - straight talk).

Majchrzak, A., D. Logan, R. McCurdy and M. Kirchmer. 2006. Four keys to managing emergence. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 14-18. (Continuous discourse with potential participants, continuous updating of knowledge maps, blurring the boundaries between participants inside and outside the organization, and governing through reputation networks).

Maklan, S. S. Know and J. Peppard. 2011. Why CRM fails - and how to fix it. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 77-85.

Makridakis, S., R. M. Hogarth and A. Gaba. 2010. Why forecasts fail. What to do instead? MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 83-90.

Malhotra, A. and A. Arvind. 2005. Virtual workspace technologies. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 11-14.

Malhotra, A., C. K. Malhotra and A. See. 2012. How to get your messages retweeted. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 61-66.

Malhotra, A., C. K. Malhotra and A. See. 2013. How to create brand engagement on Facebook. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 18-20.

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

Malone, T. W., R. Laubacher and C. Dellarocas. 2010. The collective intelligence genome. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 21-31.

Maltz, E. and V. Chiappetta. 2002. Maximizing value in the digital world. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 77-84.

Mangelsdorf, M. E. 2007. Beyond enterprise 2.0. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 50-55.

Mangelsdorf, M. E. 2007. How secure is the internet? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 56-57.

Mangelsdorf, M. E. 2009. Good days for disruptors. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 67-70.

Mangelsdorf, M. E. 2013. Beyond the organization. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 1.

Mangelsdorf, M. E. 2013. Creating and leading change. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 1.

Mangelsdorf, M. E. 2014. From the editor: Decision making in the digital age. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 1-3.

Mangelsdorf, M. E. 2015. Expecting the unexpected in project management. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 1.

Mangelsdorf, M. E. 2015. In praise of humility. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 1.

Mangelsdorf, M. E. 2015. The new world of work. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 96.

Mangelsdorf, M. E. 2016. Has your office become a lonely place? MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 18.

Manzoni, J. and J. Barsoux. 2009. Are your subordinates setting you up to fail? MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 43-51.

Mariello, A. 2007. The five stages of successful innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 8-9. (Idea generation and mobilization, advocacy and screening, experimentation, commercialization, and diffusion and implementation).

Marion, T., S. Fixson and M. H. Meyer. 2012. The problem with digital design. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 63-68.

Markides, C. C. 2012. How disruptive will innovations from emerging markets be? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 23-25.

Markides, C. C. and D. Oyon. 2010. What to do against disruptive business models (When and how to play two games at once). MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 27-32.

Marques, J. C. and H. Mintzberg. 2015. Why corporate social responsibility isn't a piece of cake. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 8-11.

Marquis, H. A. 2006. Finishing off IT. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 12-15.

Marshall, D., L. McCarthy, P. McGrath and F. Harrigan. 2016. What's your strategy for supply chain disclosure? MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 37-45.

Martinez-Jerez, F. A. 2014. Rewriting the playbook for corporate partnerships. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 63-70.

Matson, E. and L. Prusak. 2003. The performance variability dilemma. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 39-44. (Fall): 39-44. (Managers need a balance between streamlining processes and allowing employees the freedom to improve practices).

Matzler, K., F. Bailom and T. A. Mooradian. 2007. Intuitive decision making. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 13-15.

Matzler, K., V. Veider and W. Kathan. 2015. Adapting to the sharing economy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 71-77.

McAfee, A. 2003. When too much IT knowledge is a dangerous thing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 83-89.

McAfee, A. 2004. Do you have too much IT? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 18-22.

McAfee, A. 2005. Will web services really transform collaboration? MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 78-84.

McAfee, A. and F. Oliveau. 2002. Confronting the limits of networks. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 85-87.

McAfee, A. P. 2006. Enterprise 2.0: The dawn of emergent collaboration. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 21-28.

McDonough, E. F. III, M. H. Zack, H. Lin and I. Berdrow. 2008. Integrating innovation style and knowledge into strategy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 53-58.

McFarland, K. R. 2008. Should you build strategy like you build software? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 69-74.

McGrath, C. and D. Zell. 2009. Profiles of trust: Who to turn to, and for what. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 75-80.

McGrath, R. G. and I. C. MacMillan. 2009. How to rethink your business during uncertainty. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 25-30.

McGrath, R. G., T. Keil and T. Tukiainen. 2006. Extracting value from corporate venturing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 50-56.

Melnyk, S. A., E. W. Davis, R. E. Spekman and J. Sandor. 2010. Outcome-driven supply chains. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 33-38.

Merlo, O., A. B. Eisingerich and S. Auh. 2014. Why customer participation matters. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 81-88.

Michael, D., D. J. Kappos and J. Villasenor. 2015. Developing effective intellectual property partnerships. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 12-15.

Michelman, P. 2016. In boardrooms, the same is a shame. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 1.

Michelman, P. 2016. Leading in an unpredictable world. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 52-57.

Midanek, D. H. 2003. When crisis crosses borders. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 16-19.

Miles, S. A. and N. Bennett. 2008. 6 steps to (Re)building a top management team. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 60-64.

Miller, R. B. 2006. Taming the volatile sales cycle. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 10-13.

Min Antorini, Y., A. M. Muniz Jr. and T. Askildsen. 2012. Collaborating with customer communities: Lessons from the Lego group. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 73-79.

Mintzberg, H. and F. Westley. 2001. Decision making: It's not what you think. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 89-93. (The "thinking first" model  of decision making (define, diagnose, design, decide) should be supplemented with a "seeing first" model (creative discovery includes preparation, incubation, illumination and verification) and a "doing first" model (experimentation includes enactment, selection, and retention. See below).

Thinking first Seeing first Doing first
Science Art Craft
Planning and programming Visioning and imagining Venturing and learning
The verbal The visual The visceral
Facts Ideas Experiences
Works best when the issue is clear. Works best when many elements have to be combined into creative solutions. Works best when the situation is novel and confusing.

Mintzberg, H., R. Simons and K. Basu. 2002. Beyond selfishness. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 67-74.

Mishra, A. K. and K. E. Mishra. 2009. Downsizing the company without downsizing morale. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 39-44.

MIT Sloan Management Review. 2012. A sampling of innovations by Lego users. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 76-77.

MIT Sloan Management Review. 2013. The Richard Beckhard Memorial Prize. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 7.

MIT. Sloan Management Review. 2014. A valuation checklist for "Hot" deal markets. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 66-67.

MIT Sloan Management Review. 2015. GE's "Data Lake" approach to managing data. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 7.

MIT Sloan Management Review. 2015. New report on sustainability. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 5.

MIT Sloan Management Review. 2015. Remaking a company for the digital natives. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 5.

MIT Sloan Management Review. 2016. Tensions between control and Kaos in using data to get smart. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 11-13.

Mocker, M., P. Weill and S. L. Woerner. 2014. Revisiting complexity in the digital age. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 73-81.

Mollick, E. 2005. Tapping into the underground. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 21-24.

Moody, P. E. 2001. What's next after lean manufacturing? MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 12-13.

Moore, A. W. 2016. Predicting a future where the future is routinely predicted. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 40-43.

Morgan, I. 2006. Growing negative services. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 69-74. (Services needed in emergencies that most hope they will not need, e.g., services for toothaches, leaky roofs, collision repairs, flooded basements etc.).

Morgan, I. and J. Rao. 2003. Making routine customer experiences fun. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 93-95.

Mount, M. and M. Garcie Martinez. 2014. Rejuvenating a brand through social media. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 14-16.

Mulki, J., F. Bardhi, F. Lassk and J. Nanavaty-Dahl. 2009. Set up remote workers to thrive. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 63-69.

Mullins, J. W. 2007. Discovering "unk-unks". MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 17-21. (Discovering the unknown unknowns. Discovering the things you don't know that you don't know, or things that your customers don't know that they don't know).

Murray, K. B. 2012. Why dominant companies are vulnerable. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 12-14.

Myers, M. B. and M. Cheung. 2008. Sharing global supply chain knowledge. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 67-73.

Nambisan, S. 2001. Why service businesses are not product businesses. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 72-80.

Nambisan, S. and P. Nambisan. 2008. How to profit from a better 'virtual customer environment'. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 53-61.

Navarro, P. 2004. Principles of the master cyclist. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 20-24.

Navarro, P. 2009. Recession-proofing your organization. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 45-51.

Netland, T. and K. Ferdows. 2014. What to expect from a corporate lean program. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 83-89.

Nevo, S., D. Nevo and E. Carmel. 2011. Unlocking the business potential of virtual worlds. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 14-17.

Nicolini, D., M. Korica and K. Ruddle. 2015. Staying in the know. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 57-65.

Ning, S., N. Levina and J. W. Ross. 2016. The long-tail strategy for IT outsourcing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 81-89.

Nooyi, R. 2015. Supply-chain resilience: Not just for big events. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 78-79.

Norman, D. A. 2009. Designing waits that work. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 23-28.

Nunes, P. 2005. The risks of customer intimacy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 15-18.

Nunes, P. F. and J. Merrihue. 2007. The continuing power of mass advertising. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 63-69.

Obuchowski, J. 2006. The strategic benefits of managing risk. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 6-7.

O'Connell, V. and D. O'Sullivan. 2016. Are nonfinancial metrics good leading indicators of future financial performance? MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 21-23.

Ogawa, S. and F. T. Piller. 2006. Reducing the risks of new product development. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 65-71.

O'Reilly, T. 2016. Managing the bots that are managing the business. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 7-11.

Orozco, D. 2016. Using social media in business disputes. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 33-35.

Otivson, T. and C. Fry. 2006. Understanding the dynamics of value-driven variety management. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 63-69.

Oxman, J. A. 2002. The hidden leverage of human capital. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 79-83.

Oxman, J. A. and B. D. Smith. 2003. The limits of structural change. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 77-82.

Pagell, M., A. Veltri and D. Johnston. 2016. Getting workplace safety right. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 12-14.

Pan, W., A. S. Pentland, R. Cheng and L. Emsbo-Mattingly. 2013. Can high-frequency trading drive the stock market off a cliff? MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 16-18.

Parise, S. 2006. Strategies for preventing a knowledge-loss crisis. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 31-38.

Parise, S., E. Whelan and S. Todd. 2015. How Twitter users can generate better ideas. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 21-25.

Parmar, B. L. and R. E. Freeman. 2016. Ethics and the algorithm. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 29-32.

Pauleen, D. and P. Murphy. 2005. In praise of cultural bias. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 21-22.

Paustian, C. 2001. Better products through virtual customers. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 14-16.

Pazaglia, F., K. Sonpar, P. Martin De Holan and S. Flynn. 2013. The dangers of disgruntled ex-employees. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 8-9.

Pearce, J. A. II. 2009. The profit-making allure of product reconstruction. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 59-65.

Pearce, J. A. II and J. P. Doh. 2005. The high impact of collaborative social initiatives. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 30-39.

Pentland, A. and T. Heibeck. 2008. Understanding 'honest signals' in business. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 70-75.

Perkmann, M. and A. Salter. 2012. How to create productive partnerships with universities. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 79-88.

Pertuze, J. A., E. S. Calder, E. M. Greitzer and W. A. Lucas. 2010. Best practices for industry-university collaboration. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 83-90.

Petersen, J. A. and V. Kumar. 2010. Can product returns make you money? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 85-89.

Petit, F. 2011. Rethinking executive MBA programs. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 19-20.

Pfeffer, J. 2001. What's wrong with management practices in Silicon Valley? A lot. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 101-102.

Phadnis, S., C. Caplice and Y. Sheffi. 2016. How scenario planning influences strategic decisions. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 24-27.

Pil, F. K. and M. Holweg. 2003. Exploring scale: The advantages of thinking small. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 33-39.

Pil, F. K. and M. Holweg. 2006. Evolving from value chain to value grid. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 72-80. (Grid thinking places emphasis on three dimensions: the vertical, the horizontal, and the integrative diagonal).

Pirouz, D. M., A. R. Johnson, M. Thomson and R. Pirouz. 2015. Creating online videos that engage viewers. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 83-88.

Pirson, M. and D. Malhotra. 2008. Unconventional insights for managing stakeholder trust. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 43-50.

Plambeck, E., H. L. Lee and P. Yatsko. 2012. Improving environmental performance in your Chinese supply chain. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 43-51.

Porter, M. E. and S. Stern. 2001. Innovation: Location matters. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 28-36.

Porter, P. L. 2001. Organizational learning's ten-year march. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 30-31.

Posner, B. 2014. Overhead at MIT. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 1-3.

Posner, B. 2015. Why you decide the way you do. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 55-59.

Posner, B. and D. Kiron. 2013. How Caesars Entertainment is betting on sustainability. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 63-71.

Posner, B. G. 2009. One CEO's trip from dismissive to convinced. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 47-51.

Posner, B. G. and M. S. Hopkins. 2009. The opportunities brought to you by distress. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 53-57.

Potter, D. 2004. Confronting low-end competition. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 73-78.

Pounds, W. F. 2006. Why do good? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 14-16.

Powell, T. H. and D. N. Angwin. 2012. The role of the chief strategy officer. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 15-16.

Prahalad, C. K. and M. S. Krishnan. 2002. The dynamic synchronization of strategy and information technology. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 24-33.

Prahalad, C. K. and V. Ramaswamy. 2003. The new frontier of experience innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 12-18.

Prince, E. T. 2005. The fiscal behavior of CEOs. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 23-26.

Pugh, K. and L. Prusak. 2013. Designing effective knowledge networks. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 79-88.

Raasch, C. and E. Von Hippel. 2013. Innovation process benefits: The journey as reward. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 33-39.

Radjou, N. and J. Prabhu. 2012. Mobilizing for growth in emerging markets. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 81-88.

Raelin, J. 2006. Finding meaning in the organization. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 64-68. (Meaning-making. Leaders need to be clear about their vision and express it in terms of what is inherent in the organization's work).

Raelin, J. A. 2015. Rethinking leadership. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 96-97.

Raisch, S. and G. Von Krogh. 2007. Navigating a path to smart growth. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 65-72.

Rangan, S. and R. Adner. 2001. Profits and the internet: Seven misconceptions. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 44-53.

Ransbotham, S. 2015. At this education nonprofit, A is for analytics. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 32-37.

Ransbotham, S. 2015. Coca-Cola's unique challenge: Turing 250 datasets into one. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 34.

Ransbotham, S. 2015. Marketing in five dimensions. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 97-102.

Ransbotham, S. 2015. Telling data's story with graphics. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 116-119.

Ransbotham, S. 2016. Addressing complexity in the modern environment: Complexity's competitive edge. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 79-83.

Ransbotham, S. 2016. Enough health care data for an army: The Million Veteran Program. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 15-19.

Ransbotham, S., D. Kiron and P. K. Prentice. 2015. Minding the analytics gap. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 63-68.

Ransbotham, S., D. Kiron and P. K. Prentice. 2015. The talent dividend. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 1-11.

Ready, D. A. 2002. How storytelling builds next-generation leaders. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 63-69.

Ready, D. A. 2004. Leading at the enterprise level. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 87-91.

Ready, D. A. and E. M. Peebles. 2015. Developing the next generation of enterprise leaders. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 43-51.

Ready, D. A. and J. A. Conger. 2003. Why leadership-development efforts fail. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 83-88.

Ready, D. A. and J. A. Conger. 2008. Enabling bold visions. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 70-76.

Reed, A. II. and L. E. Bolton. 2005. The complexity of identity. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 18-22. (Identity marketing captures the complex process of how a person's view of who they are influences their purchase decisions).

Reichheld, F. 2006. The microeconomics of customer relationships. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 73-78. (The net-promoter score or NPS is derived from customers' answers to the following question. On a scale of 0-10, how likely is it that you would recommend us to a friend or colleague? The NPS is the percentage of those who answered with a 9 or 10 (promoters), minus the percentage who answered with a 0-6 (detractors).

Reinmoeller, P. 2014. How to win a price war. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 15-17.

Reinmoeller, P. and N. Van Baardwijk. 2005. The link between diversity and resilience. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 61-65.

Reitzig, M. 2004. Strategic management of intellectual property. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 35-40.

Reitzig, M. 2007. How executives can enhance IP strategy and performance. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 37-43.

Reitzig, M. 2011. Is your company choosing the best innovation ideas? MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 47-52.

Rettig, C. 2007. The trouble with enterprise software. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 21-27.

Reuer, J. J. 2005. Avoiding lemons in M&A deals. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 15-17.

Rice, M. P., G. C. O'Connor and R. Pierantozzi. 2008. Implementing a learning plan to counter project uncertainty. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 54-62.

Rifkin, G. and J. Kurtzman. 2002. Is your e-business plan radical enough? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 91-95.

Rizova, P. 2006. Are you networked for successful innovation? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 49-55.

Roberto, M. A. and L. C. Levesque. 2005. The art of making change initiatives stick. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 53-60. (This case study uncovered four critical processes: chartering, learning, mobilizing, and realigning that provide for a successful strategic change initiative).

Roberts, D. L. and F. T. Piller. 2016. Finding the right role for social media in innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 41-47.

Roberts, E. B. and W. K. Liu. 2001. Ally or acquire? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 26-34.

Rogelberg, S. G., C. Scott and J. Kello. 2007. The science and fiction of meetings. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 18-21.

Rollag, K., S. Parise and C. Rob. 2005. Getting new hires up to speed quickly. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 35-41.

Rometty, G. 2016. Digital today, cognitive tomorrow. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 168-171.

Ross, J. W. and C. M. Beath. 2002. New approaches to IT investment. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 51-59.

Rothenberg, S. 2007. Sustainability through servicing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 83-89.

Rottman, J. W. and M. C. Lacity. 2006. Proven practices for effectively offshoring IT work. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 56-63.

Sahay, A. 2007. How to reap higher profits with dynamic pricing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 53-60.

Salvador, F., P. M. De Holan and F. Piller. 2009. Cracking the code of mass customization. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 71-78.

Sampler, J. L. and M. J. Earl. 2014. What's your information footprint. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 96-97.

Sandberg, R. and A. Werr. 2003. The three challenges of corporate consulting. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 59-66.

Santos, J., Y. Doz and P. Williamson. 2004. Is your innovation process global? MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 31-37.

Santos, J. F. P. and P. J. Williamson. 2015. The new mission for multinationals. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 45-54.

Sashittal, H. C., M. Hodis and R. Sriramachandramurthy. 2014. Is your brand a living entity? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 95-96.

Sauer, C. and L. P. Willcocks. 2002. The evolution of organizational architect. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 41-49.

Sawhney, M., E. Prandelli and G. Verona. 2003. The power of innomediation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 77-82.

Sawhney, M., R. C. Wolcott and I. Arroniz. 2006. The 12 different ways for companies to innovate. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 75-81.

Sawhney, M., S. Balasubramanian and V. V. Krishnan. 2004. Creating growth with services. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 34-43.

Schmidt, G. and B. Van Der Rhee. 2014. How to position your innovation in the marketplace. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 17-20.

Schoemaker, P. J. H. and G. S. Day. 2009. How to make sense of weak signals. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 81-89.

Schoemaker, P. J. H. and S. Krupp. 2015. The power of asking pivotal questions. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 39-47.

Schotter, A. and M. Teagarden. 2014. Protecting intellectual property in China. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 41-48.

Schrage, M. 2004. The innovation subsidy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 23-24. (An innovation subsidy is a deliberate contribution of a business resource (e.g., money, time, information, expertise, personnel, or equipment) in support of the development of a novel offering with no explicit expectation of a financial return).

Schrage, M. 2007. The myth of commoditization. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 10-14.

Schrage, M. 2015. Embrace your ignorance. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 96.

Schulze, C., L. Scholer and B. Skiera. 2015. Customizing social media marketing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 8-10.

Schweer, M., D. Assimakopoulos, R. Cross and R. J. Thomas. 2012. Building a well-networked organization. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 35-42.

Sebenius, J. K. 2002. Negotiating lessons from the browser wars. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 43-50.

Seiders, K. and L. L. Berry. 2007. Should business care about obesity? MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 15-17.

Seifert, M., J. Brockner, E. C. Bianchi and H. Moon. 2016. How workplace fairness affects employee commitment. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 15-17.

Senge, P. M. and G. Carstedt. 2001. Innovating our way to the next industrial revolution. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 24-38.

Senge, P. M., B. B. Lichtenstein, K. Kaeufer, H. Bradbury and J. Carroll. 2007. Collaborating for systemic change. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 44-53. (Cross-sector collaboration is needed to meet the sustainability challenge interweaving work in the conceptual, the relational, and the action-driven realms).

Sgourey, S. V. and E. W. Zuckerman. 2006. Improving capabilities through industry peer networks. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 33-38.

Shankar, S., C. Ormiston, N. Bolch, R. Schaus and V. Vishwanath. 2008. How to win in emerging markets. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 19-23.

Shankar, V., J. T. Parish, S. Cadwallader and T. Dotzel. 2006. Creating new markets through service innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 56-63.

Sharp, P. A., N. Afeyan, M. E. Davis and J. Lerner. 2016. Commentary on Lo and Pisano's proposal. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 54-57.

Sheffi, Y. 2012. Driving growth and employment through logistics. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 20-22.

Sheffi, Y. 2015. Preparing for disruptions through early detection. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 31-42.

Sheffi, Y. and J. B. Rice Jr. 2005. A supply chain view of the resilient enterprise. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 41-48.

Shell, G. R. 2001. When is it legal to trade on inside information? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 89-90. (It is illegal when: 1. a security is bought or sold, 2. the trade is prompted by the possession of material, non public information, 3. the defendant, whether a trader or tipper, knows that the information he or she is dealing with is hot property, and 4. the insider is breaching a fiduciary duty owed to his or her corporation when they trade on or tip confidential corporate information. Insiders are employees, or anyone connected with the company or family member of anyone connected such as a lawyer, accountant, consultant etc.).

Shen, Y., R. D. Cotton and K. E. Kram. 2015. Assembling your personal board of advisors. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 81-90.

Sherman, H. D. and J. Zhu. 2013. Analyzing performance in service organizations. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 37-42.

Shih, W. 2016. The real lessons from Kodak's decline. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 11-13.

Shih, W. C. 2014. What it takes to reshore manufacturing successfully. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 55-62.

Shih, W. C. and S. Chai. 2015. What to know about locating in a cluster. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 8-11.

Shillinglaw, G. 1960. Divisional profit standards. Industrial Management Review (November): 11-19.

Shin, J. and K. Sudhir. 2013. Should you punish or reward current customers? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 59-64.

Shook, J. 2009. Toyota's secret: The A3 report. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 30-33.

Shook, J. 2010. How to change a culture: Lessons from NUMMI. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 63-68.

Shpilberg, D., S. Berez, R. Puryear and S. Shah. 2007. Avoiding the alignment trap in information technology. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 51-58.

Siebdrat, F., M. Hoegl and H. Ernst. 2009. How to manage virtual teams. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 63-68.

Silvestro, R. 2016. Do you know what really drives your business's performance? MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 28-33.

Simanis, E. and S. Hart. 2009. Innovation from the inside out. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 77-86.

Simchi-Levi, D., A. Clayton and B. Raven. 2013. When one size does not fit all. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 15-17.

Simchi-Levi, D., J. P. Peruvankal, N. Mulani, J. Ferreira and B. Read. 2012. Is it time to rethink your manufacturing strategy? MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 20-22.

Simester, D. 2016. The lost art of thinking in large organizations. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 96.

Simester, D. 2016. Why great new products fail. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 33-39.

Sinfield, J. V. and F. Solis. 2016. Finding a lower-risk path to high-impact innovations. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 79-89.

Sinfield, J. V., E. Calder, B. McConnell and S. Colson. 2012. How to identify new business models. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 85-90.

Sinfield, J. V., T. Gustafson and B. Hindo. 2014. The discipline of creativity. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 24-26.

Slobodow, B., O. Abdullh and W. C. Babuschak. 2008. When supplier partnerships aren't. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 77-83.

Slywotzky, A. and R. Wise. 2003. An unfinished revolution. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 94-95.

Smit, H. and D. Lovallo. 2014. Creating more accurate acquisition valuations. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 63-71.

Smith, H. and B. Konsynski. 2004. Grid computing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 7-9. (Grid computing refers to the use of a type of software called open grid services architecture that allows a company's applications to locate unused computers, balance workloads and transfer projects).

Smith, H. J. 2003. The shareholders vs. stakeholders debate. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 85-90.

Smith, N. C., S. Ansett and L. Erez. 2011. How Gap Inc. engaged with stakeholders. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 69-76.

Sodhi, M. S. 2003. How to do strategic supply-chain planning. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 69-75.

Somaya, D. and I. O. Williamson. 2008. Rethinking the 'war for talent'. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 29-34.

Sonnenfeld, J. A. 2004. A return to the power of ideas. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 30-33.

Spreitzer, G. M., L. E. Garrett and P. Bacevice. 2015. Should your company embrace coworking? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 27-29.

Stahl, G. K., I. Bjorkman, E. Farndale, S. S. Morris, J. Paauwe, P. Stiles, J. Trevor and P. Wright. 2012. Six principles of effective global talent management. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 25-32.

Stanko, M. A. and D. H. Henard. 2016. How crowdfunding influences innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 15-17.

Steele, R. and C. Albright. 2004. Games managers play at budget time. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 81-84.

Steinfeld, E. S. and T. Beltoft. 2014. Innovation lessons from China. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 49-55.

Sterman, J. 2013. What the future may bring. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 13-14.

Sting, F. J., C. H. Loch and D. Stempfhuber. 2015. Accelerating projects by encouraging help. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 33-41.

Stock, J., T. Speh and H. Shear. 2006. Managing product returns for competitive advantage. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 57-62.

Stratton, J. A. 1960. A message from the President of M.I.T. Industrial Management Review (April): 3-4.

Strebel, P. 2004. The case for contingent governance. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 59-66.

Strebel, P. and A. Ohlsson. 2006. The art of making smart big moves. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 79-83.

Strebel, P. and S. Cantale. 2014. Is your company addicted to value extraction? MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 95-96.

Stybel, L. J. and M. Peabody. 2005. Friend, foe, ally, adversary...or something else? MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 13-16.

Stybel, L. J. and M. Peabody. 2005. How should board directors evaluate themselves? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 67-72.

Stybel, L. J. and M. Peabody. 2007. Beware the stealth mandate. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 11-14.

Suarez, F. F. and J. Kirtley. 2012. Dethroning an established platform. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 35-41.

Suarez, F. F. and S. Grodal. 2015. Mastering the 'name your product category' game. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 23-29.

Suit, D. N. and D. Houider. 2006. How companies can avoid a midlife crisis. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 26-34.

Sull, D. N. 2004. Disciplined entrepreneurship. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 71-77.

Sull, D. N. 2007. Closing the gap between strategy and execution. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 30-38.

Sull, D. N. and C. Spinosa. 2005. Using commitments to manage across units. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 73-81.

Sultan, F. and A. Rohm. 2005. The coming era of "brand in the hand" marketing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 83-90.

Sultan, F. and A. J. Rohm. 2008. How to market to generation M(obile). MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 35-41.

Sund, K. J., M. Bogers, J. A. Villarroel and N. J. Foss. 2016. Managing tensions between new and existing business models. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 8-10.

Sutton, R. I. 2002. Weird ideas that spark innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 83-87.

Swanson, B. 2012. The manager's guide to IT innovation waves. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 75-82.

Tarafdar, M. 2016. The three new skills managers need. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 162-166.

Tarafdar, M., J. D'Arcy, O. Turel and A. Gupta. 2015. The dark side of information technology. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 61-70.

Tata, R., S. L. Hart, A. Sharma and C. Sarkar. 2013. Why making money is not enough. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 95-96.

Tate, W. L., D. Mollenkopf, T. Stank and A. L. Da Silva. 2015. Integrating supply and demand. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 16-18.

Tax, S. S., M. Colgate and D. E. Bowen. 2006. How to prevent your customers from failing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 30-38.

Thomas, A. R. and T. J. Wilkinson. 2006. The outsourcing compulsion. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 10-14. (Pushed overseas by the U.S. dysfunctional distribution system).

Thomas, C., D. Kidd and C. Fernández-Aráoz. 2007. Are you underutilizing your board? MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 71-76.

Thomas, R. J. 2008. Crucibles of leadership development. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 15-18.

Thomas, R. J., J. Bellin, C. Jules and N. Lynton. 2013. Developing tomorrow's global leaders. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 12-13.

Thomas, R. J., M. Schrage, J. B. Bellin and G. Marcotte. 2009. How boards can be better - A manifesto. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 69-74.

Thomke, S. H. 2006. Capturing the real value of innovation tools. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 24-32.

Tingling, P. M. and M. J. Brydon. 2010. Is decision-based evidence making necessarily bad? MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 71-76.

Toegel, G. and J. Barsoux. 2012. How to become a better leader. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 51-60.

Toffel, M. W. and G. Unruh. 2013. What the experts say. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 72-73.

Trent, R. J. and R. M. Monczka. 2005. Achieving excellence in global sourcing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 24-32.

Tripp, T. M. and Y. Gregoire. 2011. When unhappy customers strike back on the internet. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 37-44.

Trudel, R. and J. Cotte. 2009. Does it pay to be good? MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 61-68.

Tufte, E. R. and J. Guterman. 2009. How facts change everything (If you let them). MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 35-38.

Turco, C. J. 2016. A new era of corporate conversation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 10-12.

Ulwick, A. W. and L. A. Bettencourt. 2008. Giving customers a fair hearing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 62-68.

Unruh, G. 2013. The sweet spot of sustainability strategy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 16-19.

Unruh, G., D. Kiron, N. Kruschwitz, M. Reeves, H. Rubel, Z. Felde and A. Meyer. 2016. Investing for a sustainable future. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 3-29.

Urban, G. L. 2004. The emerging era of customer advocacy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 77-82.

Urban, G. L. and F. Sultan. 2015. The case for 'benevolent' mobile apps. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 31-37.

Urban, G. L., J. R. Hauser, G. Liberali, M. Braun and F. Sultan. 2009. Morph the web to build empathy trust and sales. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 53-61.

Urbany, J. E., T. J. Reynolds and J. M. Phillips. 2008. How to make values count in everyday decisions. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 75-80.

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Vandenbosch, M. and N. Dawar. 2002. Beyond better products: Capturing value in customer interactions. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 35-42.

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Varian, H. R. 2016. Executive assistants for everyone. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 12-13.

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Vazquez Sampere, J. P. 2016. Missing the mark on disruptive innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 26.

Venkatraman, N. V. 2004. Off shoring without guilt. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 14-16.

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Von Hippel, E. 2001. Innovation by user communities: Learning from open-source software. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 82-86.

Von Hippel, E., S. Ogawa and J. P. J. De Jong. 2011. The age of the consumer-innovator. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 27-35.

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Walker, B. A., D. Kapelianis and M. D. Hutt. 2005. Competitive cognition. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 10-12.

Walter, J., D. Z. Levin and J. K. Murnighan. 2016. How to reconnect for maximum impact. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 18-20.

Wang, X. and Z. J. Ren. 2012. How to compete in China's e-commerce market. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 17-19.

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Watson, C. M. 2004. Don't blame the engineers. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 26-29.

Webster, F. E. Jr., A. J. Malter and S. Ganesan. 2005. The decline and dispersion of marketing competence. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 35-43.

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Westerman, G. 2016. Why digital transformation needs a heart. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 152-155.

Westerman, G. and D. Bonnet. 2015. Revamping your business through digital transformation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 10-13.

Wheeler, D., K. McKague, J. Thomson, R. Davies, J. Medalye and M. Prada. 2005. Creating sustainable local enterprise networks. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 33-40.

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White, D. J. 1960. Security and collective bargaining. Industrial Management Review (November): 3-10.

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Winston, A. S. 2016. Tackling the world's challenges with technology. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 18-22.

Wolcott, R. C. and M. J. Lippitz. 2007. The four models of corporate entrepreneurship. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 75-82. (Four basic models of corporate entrepreneurship: the opportunist, the enabler, the advocate, and the producer).

Wolf, H. 2005. Making the transition to strategic purchasing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 17-20.

Worley, C. G. and E. E. Lawler III. 2006. Designing organizations that are built to change. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 19-23.

Worley, C. G., T. Williams and E. E. Lawler III. 2016. Creating management processes built for change. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 77-82.

Wright, R. 2008. How to get the most from university relationships. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 75-80.

Yates, J., W. J. Orlikowski and A. Jackson. 2008. The six key dimensions of understanding media. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 63-69.

Yoffie, D. B. and M. Kwak. 2001. Mastering strategic movement at Palm. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 55-63.

Yoffie, D. B., M. A. Cusumano and M. E. Mangelsdorf. 2016. Mastering strategy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 67-71.

Yu, L. 2007. Corporate culture in the numbers. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 4-6.

Yu, L. 2007. Do stronger laws prevent corporate crime? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 6-7.

Zack, M. H. 2003. Rethinking the knowledge-based organization. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 67-71.

Zadrozny, W. 2006. Leveraging the power of intangible assets. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 85-89.

Zalmanson, L. and G. Oestreicher-Singer. 2016. Turing content viewers into subscribers. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 11-13.

Zatzick, C. D. and M. L. Marks. 2009. Which way should you downsize in a crisis? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 79-86.

Zimmerman, A., P. Gomez, G. Probst and S. Raisch. 2014. Creating societal benefits and corporate profits. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 18-21.

Zipkin, P. 2001. The limits of mass customization. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 81-87.

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Zuckerman, E. W. 2016. Crossing the chasm to disruptive innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 28-30.