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Abbott, L. J., S. Parker and T. J. Presley. 2012. Female board presence and the likelihood of financial restatement. Accounting Horizons (December): 607-629.

Abdel-Khalik, A. R. 2014. CEO risk preference and investing in R&D. Abacus 50(3): 245-278.

Abdel-Khalik, A. R., C. Chi and D. Ghicas. 1987. Rationality of executive compensation schemes and real accounting changes. Contemporary Accounting Research 4(1): 32-60.

Abdolmohammadi, M. J., W. J. Read and K. Asare. 2010. Corporate governance factors associated with financial fraud. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 2(2): 1-29.

Abernethy, M. A., J. Bouwens, and L. van Lent. 2010. Leadership and control system design. Management Accounting Research (March): 2-16.

Adair, J. 1984. The Skills of Leadership. Nichols Publishing Co.

Adams, J., R. W. Rice and D. Instone. 1984. Follower attitudes toward women and judgments concerning performance by female and male leaders. The Academy of Management Journal 27(3): 636-643. (JSTOR link).

Adut, D., W. H. Cready and T. J. Lopez. 2003. Restructuring charges and CEO cash compensation: A reexamination. The Accounting Review (January): 169-192. (JSTOR link).

Agle, B. R., N. J. Nagarajan, J. A. Sonnenfeld and D. Srinivasan. 2006. Does CEO charisma matter? An empirical analysis of the relationships among organizational performance, environmental uncertainty, and top management team perceptions of CEO charisma. The Academy of Management Journal 49(1): 161-174. (JSTOR link).

Agle, B. R., R. K. Mitchell and J. A. Sonnenfeld. 1999. Who matters to CEOs? An investigation of stakeholder attributes and salience, corporate performance, and CEO values. The Academy of Management Journal 42(5): 507-525. (JSTOR link).

Ainsworth, W. J. 1988. Survey of senior manufacturing executives. Journal of Cost Management (Fall): 3.

Akula, V. 2008. Business basics at the base of the pyramid. Harvard Business Review (June): 53-57.

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

Albanese, R. 1966. Substitutional and essential authority. The Academy of Management Journal 9(2): 136-144. (JSTOR link).

Albanese, R. 1973. Criteria for evaluating authority patterns. The Academy of Management Journal 16(1): 102-111. (JSTOR link).

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

Albright, M. 2016. Servant leadership: Not just buzzwords. Strategic Finance (October): 19-20.

Albuquerque, A. 2009. Peer firms in relative performance evaluation. Journal of Accounting and Economics (October): 69-89.

Alexander, J. A., M. L. Fennell and M. T. Halpern. 1993. Leadership instability in hospitals: The influence of board-CEO relations and organizational growth and decline. Administrative Science Quarterly 38(1): 74-99. (JSTOR link).

Ali, A. and W. Zhang. 2015. CEO tenure and earnings management. Journal of Accounting and Economics (February): 60-79.

Ali, S., P. Green and A. Robb. 2013. Measuring top management's IT governance knowledge absorptive capacity. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 137-155.

Allan, P. 1981. Managers at work: A large-scale study of the managerial job in New York City government. The Academy of Management Journal 24(3): 613-619. (JSTOR link).

Allcorn, S., H. S. Gaum, M. A. Diamond and H. F. Stein. 1996. The Human Cost of a Management Failure. Quorum Books.

Allen, M., C. Renner and D. English. 2004. Evaluating the corporate board. Strategic Finance (January): 37-43.

Allen, M. P. and S. K. Panian. 1982. Power, performance, and succession in the large corporation. Administrative Science Quarterly 27(4): 538-547. (JSTOR link).

Allen, M. P., S. K. Panian and R. E. Lotz. 1979. Managerial succession and organizational performance: A recalcitrant problem revisited. Administrative Science Quarterly 24(2): 167-180. (JSTOR link).

Alles, M. and M. Piechocki. 2012. Will XBRL improve corporate governance?: A framework for enhancing governance making using interactive data. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 13(2): 91-108.

Alvarez, J. L. and S. Svejenova. 2006. Sharing Executive Power: Roles and Relationships at the Top. Cambridge University Press.

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 M. Khaire. 2008. Creativity and the role of the leader. Harvard Business Review (October): 100-109.

Amann, L. 2015. Nurturing student leaders while they have fun: Under the careful guidance of a faculty advisor, IMA student chapter members can develop and refine their leadership skills without even realizing it. Strategic Finance (August): 48-55.

Amason, A. C. 1996. Distinguishing the effects of functional and dysfunctional conflict on strategic decision making: Resolving a paradox for top management teams. The Academy of Management Journal 39(1): 123-148. (JSTOR link).

Amato, N. 2013. Competitive advantage. Bill Balhoff brings a family approach to his term as the AICPA's 101st chairman. Journal of Accountancy (November): 24-28.

Amato, N. 2013. Succession planning: The challenge of what's next. Journal of Accountancy (January): 44-47.

Amato, N. 2013. The opaque CFO bonus. Journal of Accountancy (September): 52-54.

Amer, W. 2017. The art of creative leadership. Strategic Finance (June): 21-22.

Ancona, D., T. W. Malone, W. J. Orlikowski and P. M. Senge. 2007. In praise of the incomplete leader. Harvard Business Review (February): 92-100.

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

Anderson, C. R. and C. E. Schneier. 1978. Locus of control, leader behavior and leader performance among management students. The Academy of Management Journal 21(4): 690-698. (JSTOR link).

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

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

Anderson, R. C. and D. M. Reeb. 2004. Board composition: Balancing family influence in S&P 500 firms. Administrative Science Quarterly 49(2): 209-237. (JSTOR link).

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

Antioco, J. 2011. Blockbuster's former CEO on sparring with an activist shareholder. Harvard Business Review (April): 39-44.

Antonakis, J., M. Fenley and S. Liechti. 2012. Learning charisma: Transforming yourself into the person others want to follow. Harvard Business Review (June): 127-130.

Antle, R. and A. Smith. 1985. Measuring executive compensation: Methods and an application. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 296-325. (JSTOR link).

Antle, R. and A. Smith. 1986. An empirical investigation of the relative performance evaluation of corporate executives. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 1-39. (JSTOR link).

Apgar, M. IV. 2009. What every leader should know about real estate. Harvard Business Review (November): 100-107.

Appiah, K. O. and A. Chizema. 2016. The impact of board quality and nomination committee on corporate bankruptcy. Advances in Accounting: Incorporating Advances in International Accounting (35): 75-81.

Aquayo, R. 1990. Dr. Deming: The American Who Taught the Japanese About Quality. New York: Carol Publishing Group.

Archambeault, D. and J. Friedl. 2007. CPAs as corporate directors. Journal of Accountancy (September): 52-56.

Arens, A. A. 1990. Celebration, evaluation and rededication. Accounting Horizons (December): 88-96.

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, C. S., C. D. Ittner and D. F. Larcker. 2012. Corporate governance, compensation consultants, and CEO pay levels. Review of Accounting Studies 17(2): 322-351.

Armstrong, C. S., J. L. Blouin, A. D. Jagolinzer and D. F. Larcker. 2015. Corporate governance, incentives, and tax avoidance. Journal of Accounting and Economics (August): 1-17.

Armstrong, C. S., K. Balakrishnan and D. Cohen. 2012. Corporate governance and the information environment: Evidence from state antitakeover laws. Journal of Accounting and Economics (February-April): 185-204.

Armstrong, W. G. Jr. 1999. On the cusp. Strategic Finance (August): 26-33. (Discussion of IMA's new President, Bud Kulesza).

Arthaud-Day, M. L., S. T. Certo, C. M. Dalton and D. R. Dalton. 2006. A changing of the guard: Executive and director turnover following corporate financial restatements. The Academy of Management Journal 49(6): 1119-1136. (JSTOR link).

Ashkenas, R. 2007. Simplicity-minded management. Harvard Business Review (December): 101-109.

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

Avolio, B. J., J. M. Howell and J. J. Sosik. 1999. A funny thing happened on the way to the bottom line: Humor as a moderator of leadership style effects. The Academy of Management Journal 42(2): 219-227. (JSTOR link).

Baber, W. R., S. Kang, L. Liang and Z. Zhu. 2015. External corporate governance and misreporting. Contemporary Accounting Research 32(4): 1413-1442.

Badaracco, J. L. Jr. 2002. Leading Quietly: An Unorthodox Guide to Doing the Right Thing. Harvard Business School Press.

Badaracco, J. L. Jr. 2006. Leadership in literature. Harvard Business Review (March): 47-55.

Balachandran, B. V. and K. S. Sundar. 2013. Governance, risk, and compliance: The value driver for good corporate governance. Cost Management (November/December): 39-47.

Balachandran, S. and P. Mohanram. 2010. Are CEOs compensated for value destroying growth in earnings? Review of Accounting Studies 15(3): 545-577.

Balkin, D. B., G. D. Markman and L. R. Gomez-Mejia. 2000. Is CEO pay in high-technology firms related to innovation? The Academy of Management Journal 43(6): 1118-1129. (JSTOR link).

Banker, R. D., S. M. Datar and A. Maindiratta. 1988. Unobservable outcomes and multiattribute preferences in the evaluation of managerial performance. Contemporary Accounting Research 5(1): 96-124.

Barber, W. R., L. Liang and Z. Zhu. 2012. Associations between internal and external corporate governance characteristics: Implications for investigating financial accounting restatements. Accounting Horizons (June): 219-237.

Barden, J. Q. and W. Mitchell. 2007. Disentangling the influences of leaders' relational embeddedness on interorganizational exchange. The Academy of Management Journal 50(6): 1440-1461. (JSTOR link).

Barkema, H. G. and L. R. Gomez-Mejia. 1998. Managerial compensation and firm performance: A general research framework. The Academy of Management Journal 41(2): 135-145. (JSTOR link).

Barnet, E. M. 1960. The problem of executive manpower insolvency. The Journal of the Academy of Management 3(3): 197-199. (JSTOR link).

Barrett, A. L. 1963. University governance: Some omitted aspects. The Academy of Management Journal 6(2): 170-172. (JSTOR link).

Barrick, M. R., B. H. Bradley, A. L. Kristof-Brown and A. E. Colbert. 2007. The moderating role of top management team interdependence: Implications for real teams and working groups. The Academy of Management Journal 50(3): 544-557. (JSTOR link).

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

Barsade, S. G., A. J. Ward, J. D. F. Turner and J. A. Sonnenfeld. 2000. To your heart's content: A model of affective diversity in top management teams. Administrative Science Quarterly 45(4): 802-836. (JSTOR link).

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

Bart, C. and O. Turel. 2010. IT and the board of directors: An empirical investigation into the "governance questions" Canadian board members ask about IT. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 147-172.

Bartol, K. M. 1974. Male versus female leaders: The effect of leader need for dominance on follower satisfaction. The Academy of Management Journal 17(2): 225-233. (JSTOR link).

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

Bass, B. M. and R. Bass. 2008. The Bass Handbook of Leadership: Theory, Research, and Managerial Applications, 4th edition. Free Press.

Basu, O. N. 1994. The institutional effects of leadership: The United States General Accounting Office and its audit report review process. The Accounting Historians Journal 21(1): 255-273. (JSTOR link).

Bauer, T. N., S. G. Green and T. N. Bauer. 1996. Development of leader-member exchange: A longitudinal test. The Academy of Management Journal 39(6): 1538-1567. (JSTOR link). 1997. Erratum: Development of leader-member exchange: A longitudinal test. The Academy of Management Journal 40(2): 258. (JSTOR link).

Baumgartel, H. 1957. Leadership style as a variable in research administration. Administrative Science Quarterly 2(3): 344-360. (JSTOR link).

Bavelas, A. 1960. Leadership: Man and function. Administrative Science Quarterly 4(4): 491-498. (JSTOR link).

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.

Beard, A. 2010. Losing the top job - and winning it back. Harvard Business Review (October): 136-138.

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

Beatty, R. W. 1973. Blacks as supervisors: A study of training, job performance, and employers' expectations. The Academy of Management Journal 16(2): 196-206. (JSTOR link).

Beaumont, S. et. al. 2016. Comments on Shan and Walter: Towards a set of design principles for executive compensation contracts. Abacus 52(4): 685-771.

Bebchuk, L. and J. M. Fried. 2004. Pay without Performance: The Unfulfilled Promise of Executive Compensation. Harvard University Press.

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

Bedard, J. C., R. Hoitash and U. Hoitash. 2014. Chief financial officers as inside directors. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(3): 787-817.

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

Beeson, J., J. W. Rowe, E. Reilly, J. A. Conger, D. A. Ready and M. Jordan. 2006. Indispensable. Harvard Business Review (September): 37-50. (Case).

Begley, J., S. Chamberlain, S. Yang and J. L. Zhang. 2015. CEO incentives and the health of defined benefit pension plans. Review of Accounting Studies 20(3): 1013-1058.

Behn, B. K., B. T. Carver and T. L. Neal. 2013. Small firms and the value of improvements in corporate governance mechanisms. Advances in Accounting: Incorporating Advances in International Accounting 29(2): 171-179.

Belliveau, M. A., C. A. O'Reilly III and J. B. Wade. 1996. Social capital at the top: Effects of social similarity and status on CEO compensation. The Academy of Management Journal 39(6): 1568-1593. (JSTOR link).

Bennett, N. and S. A. Miles. 2006. Second in command. Harvard Business Review (May): 71-78.

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

Bennis, W. 2002. Will the legacy live on? Harvard Business Review (February): 95-99. (The bottom line on Jack Welch).

Bennis, W. G. 1959. Leadership theory and administrative behavior: The problem of authority. Administrative Science Quarterly 4(3): 259-301. (JSTOR link).

Bennis, W. G. 2004. The seven ages of the leader. Harvard Business Review (January): 46-53.

Bennis, W. G. and R. J. Thomas. 2002. Crucibles of leadership. Harvard Business Review (September): 39-45.

Bennis, W. G. and R. J. Thomas. 2002. Geeks and Geezers: How Era, Values, and Defining Moments Shape Leaders. Harvard Business School Press.

Berglas, S. 2002. The very real dangers of executive coaching. Harvard Business Review (June): 86-93.

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

Beyer, J. M., P. Chattopadhyay, E. George, W. H. Glick, D. Ogilvie, D. Pugliese. 1997. The selective perception of managers revisited. The Academy of Management Journal 40(3): 716-737. (JSTOR link).

Bigley, G. A. and M. F. Wiersema. 2002. New CEOs and corporate strategic refocusing: How experience as heir apparent influences the use of power. Administrative Science Quarterly 47(4): 707-727. (JSTOR link).

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

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

Birnbaum, P. H. 1987. Review: The Behavioral Science of Leadership: An Interdisciplinary Japanese Research Program, byJ. Misumi. Administrative Science Quarterly 32(3): 455-456. (JSTOR link).

Bisoux, T. 2002. The mind of a leader. BizEd (September/October): 26-31.

Bjorkman, I. 1995. The board of directors in Sino-western joint ventures. Corporate Governance: An International Review 3(3): 156-166.

Black, D. E., S. S. Dikolli and S. D. Dyreng. 2014. CEO pay-for-complexity and the risk of managerial diversion from multinational diversification. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(1): 136-151.

Black, J. S. and A. J. Morrison. 2010. A cautionary tale for emerging market giants: How leadership failures in corporate Japan knocked its companies off the world stage. Harvard Business Review (September): 99-103.

Blake, R. R. and J. S. Moulton. 1962. The managerial grid. Advanced Management Office Executive 1(9). (The Grid).

Blake, R. R. and J. S. Moulton. 1964. The Managerial Grid. Gulf Publishing.

Blanchard, K. H. 1967. College boards of trustees: A need for directive leadership. The Academy of Management Journal 10(4): 409-417. (JSTOR link).

Blanchard, K. H. 1969. Comments on "College boards of trustees: A Need for directive leadership" - By Kenneth H. Blanchard: Reply to Hunt's comments. The Academy of Management Journal 12(1): 124-126. (JSTOR link).

Blank, S. 2017. When founders go too far: Some start-up CEOs have too much power. Here's what to do about it. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 94-101.

Blanton, K. 2011. Creating a culture of compliance: "Tone at the top" is an overused phrase, but if companies want to mitigate fraud senior leaders need to speak up forcefully. CFO (July/August): 19-21.

Bloom, M. and J. G. Michel. 2002. The relationships among organizational context, pay dispersion, and managerial turnover. The Academy of Management Journal 45(1): 33-42. (JSTOR link).

Boeker, W. 1989. The development and institutionalization of subunit power in organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 34(3): 388-410. (JSTOR link).

Boeker, W. 1992. Power and managerial dismissal: Scapegoating at the top. Administrative Science Quarterly 37(3): 400-421. (JSTOR link).

Boeker, W. 1997. Executive migration and strategic change: The effect of top manager movement on product-market entry. Administrative Science Quarterly 42(2): 213-236. (JSTOR link).

Boeker, W. and J. Goodstein. 1991. Organizational performance and adaptation: Effects of environment and performance on changes in board composition. The Academy of Management Journal 34(4): 805-826. (JSTOR link).

Boeker, W. and J. Goodstein. 1993. Performance and successor choice: The moderating effects of governance and ownership. The Academy of Management Journal 36(1): 172-186. (JSTOR link).

Boeker, W. and R. Karichalil. 2002. Entrepreneurial transitions: Factors influencing founder departure. The Academy of Management Journal 45(4): 818-826. (JSTOR link).

Bohn, S. 2017. Book review: Preparing yourself to lead. Strategic Finance (September): 15. (Review of The Ten Golden Rules of Leadership).

Bolt-Lee, C. E., D. B. Farber and S. R. Moehrle. 2011. Highlights of corporate governance research. Journal of Accountancy (September): 34-39.

Bonjean, C. M. and D. M. Olson. 1964. Community leadership: Directions of research. Administrative Science Quarterly 9(3): 278-300. (JSTOR link).

Bono, J. E. and T. A. Judge. 2003. Self-concordance at work: Toward understanding the motivational effects of transformational leaders. The Academy of Management Journal 46(5): 554-571. (JSTOR link).

Boone, C., W. Van Olffen, A. van Witteloostuijn and B. De Brabander. 2004. The genesis of top management team diversity: Selective turnover among top management teams in Dutch newspaper publishing. The Academy of Management Journal 47(5): 633-656. (JSTOR link).

Boschen, J. F., A. Duru, L. A. Gordon and K. J. Smith. 2003. Accounting and stock price performance in dynamic CEO compensation arrangements. The Accounting Review (January): 143-168. (JSTOR link).

Bossidy, L. 2007. What your leader expects of you. Harvard Business Review (April): 58-65.

Botelho, E. L., K. R. Powell, S. Kincaid and D. Wang. 2017. What sets successful CEOs apart? Harvard Business Review (May/June): 70-77.

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.

Bower, J. L. 2007. Solve the succession crisis by growing inside-outside leaders. Harvard Business Review (November): 90-96.

Bower, J. L. and L. S. Paine. 2017. The error at the heart of corporate leadership. Harvard Business Review (May/June): 50-60.

Bower, J. L. and L. S. Paine. 2017. The error at the heart of corporate leadership: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 16.

Bowers, D. G. and S. E. Seashore. 1966. Predicting organizational effectiveness with a four-factor theory of leadership. Administrative Science Quarterly 11(2): 238-263. (JSTOR link).

Boyd, B. B. and J. M. Jensen. 1972. Perceptions of the first-line supervisor's authority: A study in superior-subordinate communication. The Academy of Management Journal 15(3): 331-342. (JSTOR link).

Boyer, M. M. 2005. Assessing demand for directors' and officers' insurance using public information. Journal of Forensic Accounting 6(2): 389-410.

Boylan, H. D. 1957. Financial charting for the board of directors. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (June): 1304-1313.

Branch, M. C. 1961. Logical analysis and executive performance. The Journal of the Academy of Management 4(1): 27-31. (JSTOR link).

Brass, D. J. and D. Krackhardt. 1999. The social capital of 21st century leaders. In Hunt, J. G., G. E. Dodge and L. Wong (Eds.). Out-of-the-Box Leadership. JAI Press.

Braybrooke, D. 1964. The mystery of executive success re-examined. Administrative Science Quarterly 8(4): 533-560. (JSTOR link).

Breitbeil, C. L. 2017. Set your leadership style: These five steps are key to making the most of your individual potential to lead. Strategic Finance (September): 25-26.

Brewer, P. C. and D. E. Stout. 2012. Responding to the leadership needs of the accounting profession: A module for developing a leadership mindset in accounting students. Issues in Accounting Education (May): 525-554.

Brickley, J. A. and J. L. Zimmerman. 2010. Corporate governance myths: Comments on Armstrong, Guay, and Weber. Journal of Accounting and Economics (December): 235-286.

Brockner, J., G. Spreitzer, A. Mishra, W. Hochwarter, L. Pepper and J. Weinberg. 2004. Perceived control as an antidote to the negative effects of layoffs on survivors' organizational commitment and job performance. Administrative Science Quarterly 49(1): 76-100. (JSTOR link).

Bromley, R. G. and S. A. Harrast. 2011. The Whonka Chocolate Company: Corporate governance and controls over financial reporting. Journal of Accounting Education 29(4): 295-314. (Teaching case).

Broschak, J. P. 2004. Managers' mobility and market interface: The effect of managers' career mobility on the dissolution of market ties. Administrative Science Quarterly 49(4): 608-640. (JSTOR link).

Bronwyn, F. 2008. Timeless leadership. Harvard Business Review (March): 45-49.

Brousseau, K. R., M. J. Driver, G. Hourihan and R. Larsson. 2006. The seasoned executive's decision-making style. Harvard Business Review (February): 110-121.

Brown, D. S. 1964. Subordinates' views of ineffective executive behavior. The Academy of Management Journal 7(4): 288-299. (JSTOR link).

Brown, J. L., K. D. Drake and M. A. Martin. 2016. Compensation in the post-FIN 48 period: The case of contracting on tax performance and uncertainty. Contemporary Accounting Research 33(1): 121-151.

Brown, K. E. 2015. Ex ante severance agreements and earnings management. Contemporary Accounting Research 32(3): 897-940.

Brown, M. C. 1982. Administrative succession and organizational performance: The succession effect. Administrative Science Quarterly 27(1): 1-16. (JSTOR link).

Bruch, H. and S. Ghoshal. 2002. Beware the busy manager. Harvard Business Review (February): 62-69.

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

Brumfield, S. M. 2017. Are you a leader? Strategic Finance (February): 21-22.

Bryan, D. B. and T. W. Mason. 2017. Executive tournament incentives and audit fees. Advances in Accounting: Incorporating Advances in International Accounting (37): 30-45.

Bryan, S. E. 1962. The situation and the opportunistic executive. The Journal of the Academy of Management 5(1): 36-56. (JSTOR link).

Buchholtz, A. K. and B. A. Ribbens. 1994. Role of chief executive officers in takeover resistance: Effects of CEO incentives and individual characteristics. The Academy of Management Journal 37(3): 554-579. (JSTOR link).

Buchholtz, A. K., B. A. Ribbens and I. T. Houle. 2003. The role of human capital in postacquisition CEO departure. The Academy of Management Journal 46(4): 506-514. (JSTOR link).

Buckingham, M. 2005. What great managers do. Harvard Business Review (March): 70-79.

Buckingham, M. 2012. Leadership development in the age of the algorithm. Harvard Business Review (June): 86-94. (Five step process).

Buckingham, M. and C. Coffman. 1999. First, Break All the Rules: What the World's Greatest Managers Do Differently. Simon & Schuster.

Bunderson, J. S. 2003. Team member functional background and involvement in management teams: Direct effects and the moderating role of power centralization. The Academy of Management Journal 46(4): 458-474. (JSTOR link).

Bunderson, J. S. and K. M. Sutcliffe. 2002. Comparing alternative conceptualizations of functional diversity in management teams: Process and performance effects. The Academy of Management Journal 45(5): 875-893. (JSTOR link).

Bunker, K. A., K. E. Kram and S. Ting. 2002. The young and the clueless. Harvard Business Review (December): 80-87. (Think before promoting a star performer who might not be ready).

Burke, R. J. and C. L. Cooper. 2003. Leading in Turbulent Times: Managing in the New World of Work (Manchester Business and Management.). Blackwell Publishing.

Burkert, M. and R. Lueg. 2013. Differences in the sophistication of value-based management - The role of top executives. Management Accounting Research (March): 3-22.

Burlingame, J. F. 1971. Successful business and good managers. Management Accounting (May): 17-18, 24.

Burney, L. L. and M. Matherly. 2008. Integrating leadership experiences into the accounting curriculum. Management Accounting Quarterly (Fall): 51-58.

Burnison, G. 2013. Korn/Ferry's CEO on transforming the company in mid-crisis. Harvard Business Review (December): 45-48.

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