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MIT Sloan Managment Review 2017

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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.

Agrawal, A., J. S. Gans and A. Goldfarb. 2017. What to expect from artificial intelligence. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 23-26.

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

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.

Aversa, P., S. Haefliger, D. Giuliana Reza. 2017. Building a winning business model portfolio: Many companies today are operating several business models at once. But despite the potential that business model diversification has for generating growth and profit, executives need to carefully assess the strategic contributions of each element of their business model portfolio. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 49-54.

Bhattacharya, C. B. and P. Polman. 2017. Sustainability lessons from the front lines. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 71-78.

Bonnin Roca, J., P. Vaishnav, J. Mendonca and M. M. Granger. 2017. Getting past the hype about 3-D printing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 57-62.

Bowers, M. R., A. G. Petrie and M. C. Holcomb. 2017. Unleashing the potential of supply chain analytics. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 14-16.

Brady, C., M. Forde and S. Chadwick. 2017. Why your company needs data translators. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 14-16.

Brown, K. A., N. L. Hyer and R. Ettenson. 2017. Protect your project from escalating doubts. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 78-87.

Bughin, J. and N. Van Zeebroeck. 2017. The best response to digital disruption: Companies that adopt bold strategies in the face of industry digitization improve their odds of coming out winners. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 80-86.

Cervellon, M. and P. Lirio. 2017. When employees don't 'like' their employers on social media. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 63-70.

Chai, S. and W. Shih. 2017. Why big data isn't enough. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 57-61.

Chari, M. R., K. Luce and I. Thukral. 2017. Mastering the market intelligence challenge. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 41-49.

Ciampa, D. 2017. What CEOs get wrong about vision and how to get it right. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 86-88.

Cohen, D. and J. S. Gans. 2017. Warding off the threat of disruption. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 95-96.

D'Aveni, R. A. 2017. Choosing scope over focus: Advances in manufacturing technology are about to change the rules of competition and unleash a sleek new version of the old-school conglomerate. Call it the "pan-industrial". MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 22-26.

Davies, A., M. Dodgson, D. M. Gann and S. C. Macaulay. 2017. Five rules for managing large, complex projects. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 73-78.

Devang, A., C. Kruse, A. Parker and P. Siren. 2017. The next wave of business models in Asia. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 35-39.

Esteves, J., E. Ramalho and G. De Haro. 2017. To improve cybersecurity, think like a hacker. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 71-77.

Faleye, O. 2017. The downside to full board independence. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 87-88.

Gosline, R. R., J. Lee and G. Urban. 2017. The power of consumer stories in digital marketing: New research finds that sharing consumers' positive stories about a brand can be a highly effective online marketing strategy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 10-13.

Gratton, L. and A. Scott. 2017. The corporate implications of longer lives. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 63-70.

Hamilton, R. W., R. T. Rust and C. S. Dev. 2017. Which features increase customer retention? MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 79-84.

Hensmans, M. 2017. Competing through joint innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 26-33.

Kane, G. C. 2017. Big data and IT talent drive improved patient outcomes at Schumacher Clinical Partners. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 96.

Kane, G. C. 2017. Digital innovation lights the fuse for better health care outcomes. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 13.

Kane, G. C. 2017. In the hotel industry, digital has made itself right at home: Changing from a traditional to a digital business model altered Marriott's culture in unexpected ways. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 96.

Kane, G. C. 2017. MetLife centers its strategy on digital transformation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 88.

Kane, G. C. and A. N. Phillips. 2017. Cultivating a culture of cross-functional teaming and learning at CarMax. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 96.

Kane, G. C., D. Palmer, A. N. Phillips and D. Kiron. 2017. Winning the digital war for talent. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 17-19.

Kane, G. C., D. Palmer, A. N. Phillips, D. Kiron and N. Buckley. 2017. Achieving digital maturity. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 1-29.

Kapoor, R. and T. Klueter. 2017. Organizing for new technologies. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 85-86.

Kinley, N. and S. Ben-Hur. 2017. The missing piece in employee development: In some companies, traditional annual review processes are being replaced by ongoing efforts to help employees improve their performance. The challenge? Many managers aren't confident they can change employee behavior. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 89-90.

Kiron, D. 2017. Why your company needs more collaboration. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 17-19.

Kiron, D., G. Unruh, N. Kruschwitz, M. Reevws, H. Rubel and A. M. Z. Felde. 2017. Corporate sustainability at the crossroads: Progress toward our common future in uncertain times. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 86.

Klotz, F. 2017. The heavy toll of 'always on' technology. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 7-9.

Kupp, M., J. Anderson and J. Reckhenrich. 2017. Why design thinking in business needs a rethink. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 42-44.

Lima, B., H. W. Jeanne and Z. Zhang. 2017. Negotiating with the Chinese investors. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 80-90.

Malhotra, A., A. Majchrazak, L. Kesebi and S. Looram. 2017. Developing innovative solutions through internal crowdsourcing: Internal crowdsourcing, which enlists ideas from employees, is not as well-known as other forms of crowdsourcing. Managed well, however, it can open up rich new sources of innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 73-79.

Mangelsdorf, M. E. 2017. What executives get wrong about cybersecurity. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 22-24.

McNulty, E. J. 2017. Leadership development's epic fail: Most leadership development programs have a critical weakness - they view leaders as sets of competencies, not individuals. The work of University of Chicago professor Linda Ginzel shows how this can change. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 80.

Michelman, P. 2017. Do you diagnose what goes right? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 1-2.

Michelman, P. 2017. Leading to become obsolete. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 80-85.

Michelman, P. 2017. Seeing beyond the blockchain hype: The potential for blockchain to transform how organizations produce and capture value is very real, but so are the challenges to its broad implementation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 17-19.

Michelman, P. 2017. The end of corporate culture as we know it. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 1.

Michelman, P. 2017. The question every executive should ask: Gone are the days of centralized control of information and decision-making within organizations. With information now widely distributed among employees, Kaiser Permanente CEO Bernard J. Tyson says today's executives face a critical question: "How do I charge up the organization so that we're maximizing the intellect of all of our people?" MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 67-72.

Michelman, P. 2017. When people don't trust algorithms. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 11-13.

MIT Sloan Management Review. 2017. Corporate sustainability at a crossroads. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 1A-27.

MIT Sloan Management Review. 2017. Lessons from becoming a data-driven organization. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 3-13.

Mudambi, R., H. Saranga and A. Schotter. 2017. Mastering the make-in-India challenge: Despite India's economic growth, many foreign companies have found it difficult to make money selling there. But a number of companies have found a winning strategy that involves weaving together local and global value chains. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 59-66.

Nie, W., D. Xiao and J. Barsoux. 2017. Rethinking the East Asian leadership gap: The difficulty Western companies have identifying managers with leadership potential in East Asia says more about prevailing Western views of leadership than it does about available talent. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 87-88.

Oestreicher-Singer, G., A. Sundararajan, K. and G. C. Kane. 2017. The power of product recommendation networks. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 7-10.

Pearson, C. M. 2017. The smart way to respond to negative emotions at work. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 49-56.

Philpot, S. and K. Monahan. 2017. A data-driven approach to identifying future leaders: Rather than relying on subjective opinions of executives, some companies are using assessment tools to identify high-potential talent. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 19-22.

Posner, B. 2017. Don't give up on corporate culture: MIT Sloan Management Review editor in chief Paul Michelman argues that the importance of corporate culture will dissipate as organizations become flatter and more distributed. However, several readers take a different view. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 96.

Posner, B. 2017. Helping employees improve performance. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 96.

Posner, B. and M. E. Mangelsdorf. 2017. 12 essential innovation insights. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 28-36.

Prashantham, S. and G. S. Yip. 2017. Engaging with startups in emerging markets. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 51-56.

Ramirez, R., S. Churchhouse, A. Palermo and J. Hoffmann. 2017. Using scenario planning to reshape strategy: Rather than trying to predict the future, organizations need to strengthen their abilities to cope with uncertainty. A new approach to scenario planning can help companies reframe their long-term strategies by developing several plausible scenarios. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 31-37.

Ransbotham, S. 2017. A bank on the edge of a deep river. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 14-15.

Ransbotham, S. 2017. The subtle sources of sampling bias hiding in your data. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 20-22.

Ransbotham, S. and D. Kiron. 2017. Analytics as a source of business innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 1-16.

Ransbotham, S., D. Kiron, P. Gerbert and M. Reeves. 2017. Reshaping business with artificial intelligence. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 1-17.

Ready, D. and A. Mulally. 2017. How to become a game-changing leader. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 63-71.

Reeves, M., S. Levin, J. D. Harnoss and D. Ueda. 2017. The five steps all leaders must take in the age of uncertainty. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 62.

Reeves, M., T. Fink, R. Palma and J. Harnoss. 2017. Harnessing the secret structure of innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 37-41.

Repenning, N. P., D. Kieffer and T. Astor. 2017. The most underrated skill in management. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 39-48.

Richtner, A., A. Brattstrom, J. Frishammar, J. Bjork and M. Magnusson. 2017. Creating better innovation measurement practices. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 45-53.

Ross, J. W., I. M. Sebastian and C. M. Beath. 2017. How to develop a great digital strategy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 7-9.

Schoemaker, P. J. H. and P. E. Tetlock. 2017. Building a more intelligent enterprise. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 28-37.

Short, J. E. and S. Todd. 2017. What's your data worth? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 17-19.

Simchi-Levi, D. 2017. The new frontier of price optimization. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 22-26.

Sodhi, M. S. and C. S. Tang. 2017. Supply chains built for speed and customization: As emerging technologies like 3-D printing begin to bring personalized manufacturing to scale, a new "high-speed bespoke" supply chain model is following suit. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 7-9.

Svahn, F., L. Mathiassen, R. Lindgren and G. C. Kane. 2017. Mastering the digital innovation challenge. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 14-16.

Tapscott, D. and A. Tapscott. 2017. How blockchain will change organizations. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 10-13.

Todd, H. 2017. The trouble with corporate compliance programs. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 55-62.

Webb, A. 2017. The flare and focus of successful futurists: The ability to plausibly forecast the future requires alternating between broad and narrow ways of thinking. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 55-58.

Wilson, H. J., P. R. Daugherty and N. Morini-Bianzino. 2017. The jobs that artificial intelligence will create: A global study finds several new categories of human jobs emerging, requiring skills and training that will take many companies by surprise. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 14-16.

Winig, L. 2017. A data-driven approach to customer relationships. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 3-13.

Wixom, B. H. and J. W. Ross. 2017. How to monetize your data. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 10-13.