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"An industrial enterprise is much like a ship. The ship may be well constructed, her cargo carefully stowed and her navigation perfect. She may be sailing a well-charted sea in all serenity. But suddenly a cloud appears on the horizon, a storm arises, the ship is buffeted and beaten. She may be thrown off her course, be delayed or possibly disabled. If the storm is severe enough she may, perhaps, be wrecked. So with an industrial enterprise." J. S. Broad. 1936. The Accounting Review (March): 32-35. Comments on Paton, W. A. 1936. Valuation of the business enterprise. The Accounting Review (March): 26-32. (JSTOR link).

Aaker, D. A. and R. Jacobson. 1987. The role of risk in explaining differences in profitability. The Academy of Management Journal 30(2): 277-296. (JSTOR link).

Abbey, A. and J. W. Dickson. 1983. R&D work climate and innovation in semiconductors. The Academy of Management Journal 26(2): 362-368. (JSTOR link).

Abbosh, O., P. Unes, V. Savic and M. Moore. 2017. The big squeeze: How compression threatens old industries: Traditional assets-heavy companies may seem safe from explosive industry change, but there is trouble on the horizon. To stave off disaster, incumbents must transform their core operations while also growing into new businesses and industries. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 86.

Abdel-Khalik, A. R., P. R. Graul and J. D. Newton. 1986. Reporting uncertainty and assessment of risk: Replication and extension in a Canadian setting. Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 372-382. (JSTOR link).

Abdellaoui, M., E. Diecidue and A. Öncüler. 2011. Risk preferences at different time periods: An experimental investigation. Management Science (May): 975-987.

Abernethy, M. A. and P. Brownell. 1999. The role of budgets in organizations facing strategic change: An exploratory study. Accounting, Organizations and Society 24(3): 189-204. (Summary).

Abrahamson, E. 2000. Change without pain. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 75-79. (Summary).

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

Accola, W. L. 1994. Assessing risk and uncertainty in new technology investments. Accounting Horizons (September): 19-35.

Ackerman, J. L. 2017. How to protect a CPA firm in the digital age. The CPA Journal (March): 72-73.

Ackoff, R. L. J. Magidson and H. J. Addison. 2006. Idealized Design: How to Dissolve Tomorrow's Crisis...Today. Pearson Prentice Hall.

Adamson, W. R. 2016. Book review: A concrete path for big change, and IMA opens Singapore office. Strategic Finance (July): 11. (Sweeney, J. Moving the Needle).

Adizes, I. 1990. Corporate Lifecycles: How and Why Corporations Grow and Die and What to Do About It. Prentice Hall.

Adner, R. 2006. Match your innovation strategy to your innovation ecosystem. Harvard Business Review (April): 98-107.

Afterman, A. B. 2015. The issue of cyber risk disclosures. The CPA Journal (November): 52-64.

Ahuja, G. 2000. Collaboration networks, structural holes, and innovation: A longitudinal study. Administrative Science Quarterly 45(3): 425-455. (JSTOR link).

Alali, F. A. and C. Yeh. 2012. Cloud computing: Overview and risk analysis. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 13-33.

Alexander, J. A. 1991. Adaptive change in corporate control practices. The Academy of Management Journal 34(1): 162-193. (JSTOR link).

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

Allen, J. L. and M. Scher. 1979. Risk analysis for nonmathematicians. Management Accounting (October): 55-58.

Allen, L., J. Boudoukh and A. Saunders. 2003. Understanding Market, Credit, and Operational Risk: The Value at Risk Approach. Blackwell Publishing.

Allmendinger, J. and J. R. Hackman. 1996. Organizations in changing environments: The case of East German symphony orchestras. Administrative Science Quarterly 41(3): 337-369. (JSTOR link).

Altman, E. I. and G. Sabato. 2007. Modelling credit risk for SMEs: Evidence from the U.S. market. Abacus 43(3): 332-357.

Amabile, T. M. 1988. A model of creativity and innovation in organizations. Research in Organizational Behavior (10). Greenwich, CT: JAI Press: 123-167.

Amabile, T. M. 1998. How to kill creativity: Keep doing what you're doing. Or, if you want to spark innovation, rethink how you motivate, reward, and assign work to people. Harvard Business Review (September-October): 77- 87. (Summary).

Amabile, T. M. and R. Conti. 1999. Changes in the work environment for creativity during downsizing. The Academy of Management Journal 42(6): 630-640. (JSTOR link).

Amabile,T. M., C. N. Hadley and S. J. Kramer. 2002. Creativity under the gun. Harvard Business Review (August): 52-61.

Amariuta, I., D. P. Rutenberg and R. Staelin. 1979. How American executives disagree about the risks of investing in Eastern Europe. The Academy of Management Journal 22(1): 138-151. (JSTOR link).

Amato, H. N., E. E. Anderson and D. W. Harvey. 1976. A general model of future period warranty costs. The Accounting Review (October): 854-862. (JSTOR link).

Amato, N. 2013. How to conduct a risk workshop. Journal of Accountancy (December): 24-27.

Amato, N. 2017. The value of risk interviews as part of ERM strategy. Journal of Accountancy (January): 52-56.

Amburgey, T. L. and T. Dacin. 1994. As the left foot follows the right? The dynamics of strategic and structural change. The Academy of Management Journal 37(6): 1427-1452. (JSTOR link).

Amburgey, T. L., D. Kelly and W. P. Barnett. 1993. Resetting the clock: The dynamics of organizational change and failure. Administrative Science Quarterly 38(1): 51-73. (JSTOR link).

Amernic, J. H. and R. J. Craig. 2000. Accountability and rhetoric during a crisis: Walt Disney's 1940 letter to stockholders. The Accounting Historians Journal 27(2): 49-86. (JSTOR link).

Amis, J., T. Slack and C. R. Hinings. 2004. The pace, sequence, and linearity of radical change. The Academy of Management Journal 47(1): 15-39. (JSTOR link).

Amit, R. and B. Wernerfelt. 1990. Why do firms reduce business risk? The Academy of Management Journal 33(3): 520-533. (JSTOR link).

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

Amit, R. and J. Livnat. 1988. Diversification and the risk-return trade-off. The Academy of Management Journal 31(1): 154-166. (JSTOR link).

Amram, M. 2002. Value Sweep: Mapping Corporate Growth Opportunities. Harvard Business School Press.

Anand, N. and J. Barsoux. 2017. What everyone gets wrong about change management. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 78-85.

Anand, N., H. K. Gardner and T. Morris. 2007. Knowledge-based innovation: Emergence and embedding of new practice areas in management consulting firms. The Academy of Management Journal 50(2): 406-428. (JSTOR link).

Anders, S. B. 2016. Governance, risk management, and compliance: OCEG and the network. The CPA Journal (March): 64-65.

Anderson, D. and L. A. Anderson. 2001. Beyond Change Management: Advanced Strategies for Today's Transformational Leaders. Jossey-Bass.

Anderson, E. T. and D. Simester. 2011. A step-by-step guide to smart business experiments. Harvard Business Review (March): 98-105.

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, L. A. and D. Anderson. 2001. The Change Leader's Roadmap: How to Navigate Your Organization's Transformation. Jossey-Bass.

Anderson, P. and M. L. Tushman. 1990. Technological discontinuities and dominant designs: A cyclical model of technological change. Administrative Science Quarterly 35(4): 604-633. (JSTOR link).

Anderson, S. 1995. A framework for assessing cost management system changes: The case of activity based costing implementation at General Motors, 1986-1993. Journal of Management Accounting Research (7): 1-51. (Summary).

Anderson, S. 2016. Third-party risk: How to trust your partners: Risk managers are increasingly focusing on third-party risks, hoping to control new threats to performance and reputation. But trust still factors heavily. Journal of Accountancy (May): 56-61.

Anderson, S. W., M. H. Christ, H. C. Dekker and K. L. Sedatole. 2014. The use of management controls to mitigate risk in strategic alliances: Field and survey evidence. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(1): 1-32.

Andrew, J. R. and H. L. Sirkin. 2003. Innovating for cash. Harvard Business Review (September): 76-83. (Three approaches to innovation: Integrator - Manage all the steps to generate profits from an idea; Orchestrator - Focus on some steps and link with partners to perform the rest; and Licensor - License the innovation to another company to take it to market).

Andriole, S. J. 2017. Five myths about digital transformation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 20-22.

Angle, H. L. and J. L. Perry. 1981. An empirical assessment of organizational commitment and organizational effectiveness. Administrative Science Quarterly 26(1): 1-14. (JSTOR link).

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

Anthony, S. D. 2009. Major league innovation. Harvard Business Review (October): 51-54.

Anthony, S. D. 2012. The new corporate garage. Harvard Business Review (September): 44-53. (The fourth era of innovation).

Anthony, S. D., M. Eyring and L. Gibson. 2006. Mapping your innovation strategy. Harvard Business Review (May): 104-113.

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

Appelbaum, D., A. Kogan and M. A. Vasarhelyi. 2017. An introduction to data analysis for auditors and accountants. The CPA Journal (February): 32-37. (Summary).

Apte, A., J. Khawam, E. Regnier and J. Simon. 2016. Complexity and self-sustainment in disaster response supply chains. Decision Sciences 47(6): 998-1015.

Apte, A., S. K. Heath, A. Pico and Y. H. R. Tan. 2015. Evacuating people with mobility-challenges in a short-notice disaster. Decision Sciences 46(4): 731-754.

Arena, M., M. Arnaboldi and G. Azzone. 2010. The organizational dynamics of enterprise risk management. Accounting, Organizations and Society 35(7): 659-675.

Arena, M., R. Cross, J. Sims and M. Uhl-Bien. 2017. How to catalyze innovations in your organization: Executives can fuel the emergence of new ideas by understanding and tapping the power of employee networks. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 39-47.

Argenti, P. 2002. Crisis communication: Lessons from 9/11. Harvard Business Review (December): 103-119.

Argyris, C. 1970. Intervention Theory and Method. Reading, MA: Addison Wesley.

Argyris C. 1977. Organizational learning and management information systems. Accounting, Organizations and Society 2(2): 113-123.

Argyris, C. 1982. Reasoning, Learning, and Action. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Argyris, C. 1985. Strategy change, and Defensive Routines. New York: Harper & Row.

Argyris, C. 1988. Producing knowledge that is generalizable and usable for practice: A review. Accounting, Organizations and Society 13(1): 101-106.

Argyris, C. 1990. Overcoming Organizational Defenses: Facilitating Organizational Learning. Needham, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Argyris, C. 1991. Teaching smart people to learn. Harvard Business Review (May-June): 99-109.

Argyris, C. 1993. Knowledge for Action. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Argyris, C. 1993. Education for leading learning. Organizational Dynamics (Winter).

Argyris, C. 1999. On Organizational Learning. Blackwell Publishing.

Argyris, C. and D. Schon. 1978. Organizational Learning: A Theory of Action Perspective. Addison-Wesely.

Argyris, C. and R. S. Kaplan. 1994. Implementing new knowledge: The case of activity-based costing. Accounting Horizons (September): 83-105. (Summary).

Armenakis, A. and L. Smith. 1978. A practical alternative to comparison group designs in OD evaluations: The abbreviated time series design. The Academy of Management Journal 21(3): 499-507. (JSTOR link).

Arms, D. and T. Bercik. 2015. Preparing for ASC 606: How to use change management to your advantage. Strategic Finance (November): 34-40. (Revenue recognition).

Armstrong, C. S. 2013. Discussion of "CEO compensation and corporate risk-taking: Evidence from a natural experiment". Journal of Accounting and Economics (December Supplement): 102-111.

Armstrong, W. Y. 1946. Fully amortized emergency facilities. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (February 1): 495-506.

Armstrong, W. Y. 1946. Why only emergency facilities? The Accounting Review (October): 390-396. (JSTOR link).

Arnold, S. 2000. Risk managers. Strategic Finance (June): 60-64.

Arnold, V., T. Benford, J. Canada and S. G. Sutton. 2011. The role of strategic enterprise risk management and organizational flexibility in easing new regulatory compliance. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 12(3): 171-188.

Arnold, V., T. Benford, J. Canada and S. G. Sutton. 2015. Leveraging integrated information systems to enhance strategic flexibility and performance: The enabling role of enterprise risk management. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems (19): 1-16.

Arnold, V., T. S. Benford, C. Hampton and S. G. Sutton. 2012. Enterprise risk management as a strategic governance mechanism in B2B-enabled transnational supply chains. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 51-76.

Arnold, V., T. S. Benford, C. Hampton and S. G. Sutton. 2014. Enterprise risk management: Re-conceptualizing the role of risk and trust on information sharing in transnational alliances. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 257-285.

Arunachalam, V. and G. Beck. 2002. Functional fixation revisited: The effects of feedback and repeated measures design on information processing changes in response to an accounting change. Accounting, Organizations and Society 27(1-2): 1-25.

Atkinson, A. 2017. Some management accountants' perspectives on risk: A field study. Cost Management (May/June): 11-16.

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

Axson, D. A. J. 2011. Scenario planning: Navigating through today's uncertain world. Journal of Accountancy (March): 22-27. (Summary).

Babe, G. S. 2011. The CEO of Bayer Corp. on creating a lean growth machine. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 41-45.

Bacharach, S. B., P. Bamberger and V. McKinney. 2000. Boundary management tactics and logics of action: The case of peer-support providers. Administrative Science Quarterly 45(4): 704-736. (JSTOR link).

Bacharach, S. B., P. Bamberger and W. J. Sonnenstuhl. 1996. The organizational transformation process: The micropolitics of dissonance reduction and the alignment of logics of action. Administrative Science Quarterly 41(3): 477-506. (JSTOR link).

Bagley, P., J. W. Dorminey, D. McSwain and T. Reed. 2016. Managing risk in a poor economy: The association between economic activity and auditor responses to risk. Advances in Accounting: Incorporating Advances in International Accounting (32): 1-9.

Bailes, J. C. and J. F. Nielsen. 2001. Using decision trees to manage capital budgeting risk. Management Accounting Quarterly (Winter): 14-17.

Baines, A. and K. Langfield-Smith. 2003. Antecedents to management accounting change: A structural equation approach. Accounting, Organizations and Society 28(7-8): 675-698.

Baker, T. and R. E. Nelson. 2005. Creating something from nothing: Resource construction through entrepreneurial bricolage. Administrative Science Quarterly 50(3): 329-366. (JSTOR link).

Baker, W. M., K. L. Kemerer and K. Poston. 2017. The quest for privacy: Failing to protect your data can have a cascading effect that can damage your company's reputation as well as relationships with vendors and customers. Strategic Finance (January): 34-41.

Balakrishnan, R., K. Sivaramakrishnan and S. Sunder. 2004. A resource granularity framework for estimating opportunity costs. Accounting Horizons (September): 197-206.

Baldridge, J. V. and R. A. Burnham. 1975. Organizational innovation: Individual, organizational, and environmental impacts. Administrative Science Quarterly 20(2): 165-176. (JSTOR link).

Bali, T. G., N. Cakici and F. Chabi-Yo. 2011. A generalized measure of riskiness. Management Science (August): 1406-1423.

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

Ballou, B. and D. L. Heitger. 2005. A building-block approach for implementing COSO's enterprise risk management-integrated framework. Management Accounting Quarterly (Winter):1-10.

Ballou, B., D. L. Heitger and D. Stoel. 2011. How boards of directors perceive risk management information. Management Accounting Quarterly (Summer): 14-22.

Ballou, B., D. L. Heitger and T. D. Schultz. 2009. Measuring the costs of responding to business risks. Management Accounting Quarterly (Winter): 1-11.

Bamford, J., D. Ernst and D. G. Fubini. 2004. Launching a world-class joint venture. Harvard Business Review (February): 90-100.

Banham, R. 2011. Disaster averted? A torrent of bad news for business may be good news for enterprise risk management. CFO (April): 56-63. ("Thanks to the global financial meltdown, we now know what a "black swan" is. But do we know from which direction the next one will swim into view, and what to do when it does? Black swans are, or course, those highly improbable but painfully consequential events that strike from the blue - or from the streets of Cairo, or from an offshore oil rig, or from a poorly designed car part. They can destroy a company's reputation, cripple its financial performance, and perhaps even kill it outright.")

Banham, R. 2017. Cybersecurity: A new engagement opportunity. Journal of Accountancy (October): 28-32.

Banham, R. 2017. Cybersecurity threats proliferating for midsize and smaller businesses. Journal of Accountancy (July): 75, 77, 79, 81, 83.

Bansal, P. and I. Clelland. 2004. Talking trash: Legitimacy, impression management, and unsystematic risk in the context of the natural environment. The Academy of Management Journal 47(1): 93-103. (JSTOR link).

Bansi, N. and G. Tuff. 2012. Managing your innovation portfolio. Harvard Business Review (May): 66-74.

Bargeron, L. L., K. M. Lehn and C. J. Zutter. 2010. Sarbanes-Oxley and corporate risk-taking. Journal of Accounting and Economics (February): 34-52.

Baril, C. P., R. L. Benke Jr. and G. W. Buetow. 1996. Managing risk with derivatives. Management Accounting (October): 20-22, 24, 26-27. (Explanation of four types of financial derivatives (forwards, futures, options, and swaps) and how to use them to manage financial risk, i.e., the uncertainty associated with fluctuations in interest rates, currency exchange rates, and the prices of commodities and equities).

Barkema, H. G., J. A. C. Baum and E. A. Mannix. 2002. Management challenges in a new time. The Academy of Management Journal 45(5): 916-930. (JSTOR link).

Barnett, M. L., B. Starbuck and N. Pant. 2003. Which dreams come true? Endogeneity, industry structure and forecasting accuracy. Industrial and Corporate Change 12(4): 653-672.

Baron, R. A. and M. D. Ensley. 2006. Opportunity recognition as the detection of meaningful patterns: Evidence from comparisons of novice and experienced entrepreneurs. Management Science (September): 1331-1344. (JSTOR link).

Barsky, N. P. and A. H. Catanach Jr. 2011. Every manager can be an innovator. Strategic Finance (August): 22-29.

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

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.

Barton, S. L. 1988. Diversification strategy and systematic risk: Another look. The Academy of Management Journal 31(1): 166-175. (JSTOR link).

Barton, T. L. and J. B. MacArthur. 2015. Enterprise risk management and management accounting. Cost Management (May/June): 28-38.

Basak, S., A. Shapiro and L. Teplá. 2006. Risk management with benchmarking. Management Science (April): 542-557. (JSTOR link).

Baskin, D. L. Jr., S. Ramamoorti , B. J. Epstein and J. Wanserski. 2017. Managing risk at the speed of change: A new risk vocabulary and a call to the profession. The CPA Journal (June): 6-9.

Batten, F. 2002. Out of the blue and into the black. Harvard Business Review (April): 112-119.

Battilana, J. and T. Casciaro. 2013. The network secrets of great change agents. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 62-68.

Baum, J. A. C., S. Xiao Li, and J. M. Usher. 2000. Making the next move: How experiential and vicarious learning shape the locations of chains' acquisitions. Administrative Science Quarterly 45(4): 766-801. (JSTOR link).

Baum, J. A. C., T. J. Rowley, A. V. Shipilov and Y. Chuang. 2005. Dancing with strangers: Aspiration performance and the search for underwriting syndicate partners. Administrative Science Quarterly 50(4): 536-575. (JSTOR link).

Baum, J. R., E. A. Locke and K. G. Smith. 2001. A multidimensional model of venture growth. The Academy of Management Journal 44(2): 292-303. (JSTOR link).

Baxter, R., J. C. Bedard, R. Hoitash and A. Yezegel. 2013. Enterprise risk management program quality: Determinants, value relevance, and the financial crisis. Contemporary Accounting Research 30(4): 1264-1295.

Bazerman, M. H. and M. D. Watkins. 2004. Predictable Surprises: The Disasters You Should Have Seen Coming, and How to Prevent Them (Leadership for the Common Good). Harvard Business School Press.

Beach, C. S. and W. R. Schiefelbein. 2014. Unstructured data. How to implement an early warning system for hidden risks. Journal of Accountancy (January): 46-51. (Unstructured data includes data such as email, desktop documents, internet logs, phone call, text messages, and social media messages. A people-process approach to risk management).

Beard, A. 2017. Game-changing inventions: What makes an idea revolutionary? Harvard Business Review (September/October): 148-149.

Beasley, M., A. Chen, K. Nunez and L. Wright. 2006. Working hand in hand: Balanced scorecards and enterprise risk management. Strategic Finance (March): 49-55.

Beasley, M. S. and D. S. Showalter. 2015. ERM and sustainability: Together on the road ahead. Strategic Finance (March): 32-39.

Beasley, M. S. and M. L. Frigo. 2007. Strategic risk management: Creating and protecting value. Strategic Finance (May): 24-31, 53.

Beasley, M. S., B. C. Branson and B. V. Hancock. 2010. Are you identifying your most significant risks? Strategic Finance (November): 29-35.

Beasley, M. S., R. Clune and D. R. Hermanson. 2008. The impact of enterprise risk management on the internal audit function. Journal of Forensic Accounting 9(1): 1-20.

Beatty, A. 1999. Assessing the use of derivatives as part of a risk-management strategy. Journal of Accounting and Economics (January): 353-357.

Beaver, W., P. Kettler; M. Scholes. 1970. The association between market determined and accounting determined risk measures. The Accounting Review (October): 654-682. (JSTOR link).

Beck, C. 2007. Private companies cash in on "private" insurance. Strategic Finance (November): 44-48.

Beck, D. and C. Cowan. 1996. Spiral Dynamic: Mastering Values, Leadership, and Change (Developmental Management). Blackwell Publishing.

Beekman, M., R. H Chenhall and K. J. Euske. 2007. Management control systems as a tool for planned organizational change. Cost Management (September/October): 15-25 .

Beer, M. and N. Nohria. 2000. Breaking the Code of Change. Harvard Business School Press.

Beer, M. and N. Nohria. 2000. Cracking the code of change. Harvard Business Review (May-June): 133-141. (Summary).

Beinhocker, E., I. Davis and L. Mendonca. 2009. The 10 trends you have to watch. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 55-60.

Bekefi, T. and M. J. Epstein. 2008. Measuring and managing social and political risk. Strategic Finance (February): 33-41.

Bekefi, T. and M. J. Epstein. 2008. Transforming social and environment risks into opportunities. Strategic Finance (March): 42-47.

Bekefi, T., M. J. Epstein and K. Yuthas. 2008. Creating growth: Using opportunity risk management effectively. Journal of Accountancy (June): 72-78.

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

Belsky, S. 2010. Making Ideas Happen: Overcoming the Obstacles Between Vision and Reality. Portfolio Hardcover.

Benjamin, A. L. 1954. How to get "reproduction cost new, less depreciation". N.A.C.A. Bulletin (May): 1164-1173. (Related to insurance).

Benson, B. B. 2017. Lean: Adapting to changing strategies and market conditions. Cost Management (January/February): 6-10.

Berg, T. and D. M. Becker. 2017. The never-ending cost allocation puzzle: Treatment of uncertainty and risk. Cost Management (May/June): 39-47.

Berhold, M. 1971. Applications of a risk aversion concept. Decision Sciences 2(2): 129-140.

Berinato, S. 2017. Sometimes, less innovation is better. Harvard Business Review (May/June): 38-39.

Berry, R. L. 1954. What is needed to establish reproduction cost new? N.A.C.A. Bulletin (September): 11-19. (Related to insurance).

Berstein, P. 1998. Against the Gods: The Remarkable Story of Risk. John Wiley & Sons.

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

Bettencourt, L. A. and S. L. Bettencourt. 2011. Innovating on the cheap. Harvard Business Review (June): 88-94.

Beyer, J. M. 1997. Building on past strengths with incremental change. The Academy of Management Journal 40(6): 1436-1441. (JSTOR link).

Beynon, R. 1992. Change management as a platform for activity-based management. Journal of Cost Management (Summer): 24-30. (Summary).

Bezemer, D. J. 2010. Understanding financial crisis through accounting models. Accounting, Organizations and Society 35(7): 676-688.

Bhardwaj, G., J. C. Camillus and D. A. Hounshell. 2006. Continual corporate entrepreneurial search for long-term growth. Management Science (February): 248-261. (JSTOR link).

Bhattacharya, S., R. S. Behara, D. E. Gundersen. 2003. Business risk perspectives on information systems outsourcing. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 4(1): 75-93.

Bhimani, A. 1993. Indeterminacy and the specificity of accounting change: Renault 1898-1938. Accounting, Organizations and Society 18(1): 1-39.

Bhimani, A. 2009. Risk management, corporate governance and management accounting: Emerging interdependencies. Management Accounting Research (March): 2-5.

Bhimani, A., M. Gosselin, K. Soonawalla and M. Ncube. 2007. The value of accounting information in assessing investment risk. Cost Management (January/February): 29-35.

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.

Bierstaker, J., K. K. Marshall and J. Greenwald. 2010. Strengthen your CORE: Are you getting the most from your compliance, operations, risk, and enterprise support functions? Strategic Finance (December): 35-40.

Biggart, N. W. 1977. The creative-destructive process of organizational change: The case of the Post Office. Administrative Science Quarterly 22(3): 410-426. (JSTOR link).

Bigley, G. A. and K. H. Roberts. 2001. The incident command system: High-reliability organizing for complex and volatile task environments. The Academy of Management Journal 44(6): 1281-1299. (JSTOR link).

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