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Radical Change, the Quiet Way Debra Meyerson 2001 08/04/16
A Reverse-Innovation Playbook Vijay Govindarajan 2012 08/04/16
They Bought In. Now They Want to Bail Out. (HBR Case Study and Commentary) Andrew Mcafee Nathaniel Leonard Barry J. Gilway John Freeland Eric Mcnulty 2003 08/04/16
Is It Fair to Blame Fair Value Accounting for the Financial Crisis? Robert C. Pozen 2009 08/04/16
R&D Comes to Services Stefan Thomke 2003 08/04/16
Reverse Innovation: Conclusion: A Call to Action: How Reverse Innovation Can Transform Your Company--and the World Chris Trimble Vijay Govindarajan 2012 08/04/16
How Local Companies Keep Multinationals at Bay Arindam K. Bhattacharya David C. Michael 2008 08/04/16
Is a Share Buyback Right for Your Company? Justin Pettit 2001 08/04/16
A Test for the Fainthearted Walter Kuemmerle 2002 08/04/16
How Leaders Create and Use Networks Herminia Ibarra Mark Hunter 2006 08/04/16
Investing in the IT That Makes a Competitive Difference Erik Brynjolfsson Andrew Mcafee 2008 08/04/16
Losing It (HBR Case Study and Commentary) Kay Redfield Jamison Richard Primus David E. Meen Norman Pearlstine Diane L. Coutu 2004 08/04/16
Reverse Innovation: Appendix B: A Research Agenda: The Methods and Research Behind "Reverse Innovation"--and What's Next Chris Trimble Vijay Govindarajan 2012 08/04/16
Tesla’s Not as Disruptive as You Might Think Harvard Business Review 2015 08/04/16
How Industries Change Anita M. Mcgahan 2004 08/04/16
Investigative Negotiation Max H. Bazerman Deepak Malhotra 2007 08/04/16
The Looming Challenge to U.S. Competitiveness Michael E. Porter Jan W. Rivkin 2012 08/04/16
How I Did It: Building a Company Without Borders Bart Becht 2010 08/04/16
Reverse Innovation: 9. How Harman Changed Its Engineering Culture: Reshaping a Company to Innovate and Grow in Emerging Markets Chris Trimble Vijay Govindarajan 2012 08/04/16
How Hard Should You Push Diversity? (HBR Case Study and Commentary) Martin N. Davidson 2012 08/04/16
How I Did It: Aflac’s CEO Explains How He Fell for the Duck Daniel P. Amos 2009 08/04/16
Inventing HBR Julia Kirby 2012 08/04/16
Inventory-Driven Costs Regine Slagmulder Luk N. Van Wassenhove Xavier De Montgros Linda Wright Gianpaolo Callioni 2005 08/04/16
The Quest for Resilience Gary Hamel Liisa Valikangas 2003 08/04/16
How Great Companies Think Differently Rosabeth Moss Kanter 2011 08/04/16
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