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Lisa Benton (B) Linda A. Hill Katherine S. Weber 1994 08/03/16
Lisa Benton (A) Linda A. Hill Katherine S. Weber 1994 08/03/16
Liquidity Ratios: Can We Pay Our Bills? John Case Karen Berman Joe Knight 2005 08/03/16
Clouds (Level C) (Lesson 39) Liz Ray 2009 08/03/16
Lipman: Vertical Integration in Fresh Tomatoes Carin-Isabel Knoop Jose B. Alvarez 2015 08/03/16
Lion Capital and the Blackstone Group: The Orangina Deal Josh Lerner G. Felda Hardymon Ann Leamon 2006 08/03/16
Linux vs. Windows Ramon Casadesus-Masanell Jordan Mitchell 2006 08/03/16
Linking the Balanced Scorecard Measures to Your Strategy Robert S. Kaplan David P. Norton 1996 08/03/16
Linking Strategy and Innovation: Materials Technology Corp. Clayton M. Christensen 1996 08/03/16
LinkedIn Corporation, 2012 David B. Yoffie Liz Kind 2012 08/03/16
Leading the Josie Esquivel Franchise (A) Boris Groysberg Laura Morgan Roberts 2003 08/03/16
Leading the Enterprise: Improvisation and Adaptability-What Western Business Leaders Can Learn from the India Way Michael Useem Peter Cappelli Harbir Singh Jitendra V. Singh 2010 08/03/16
Leading Teams Jeffrey T. Polzer 2003 08/03/16
Leading Global Teams: Managing SPLIT to Bridge Social Distance Tsedal Neeley 2015 08/03/16
Leading: Fundamental to Achieving Payback John Butman Harold L. Sirkin James P. Andrew 2007 08/03/16
Leading from Any Chair: Empowering Those We Lead to Realize their Full Potential and to Become Leaders Themselves Rosamund Stone Zander Benjamin Zander 2001 08/03/16
The Leading-Former-Peers Challenge: A Guide to Navigating this Important Career Transition Michael D. Watkins 2009 08/03/16
Leading Citigroup (B) Carin-Isabel Knoop Aldo Sesia Lynn Sharp Paine 2008 08/03/16
Leading Citigroup (A) Carin-Isabel Knoop Aldo Sesia Lynn Sharp Paine 2008 08/03/16
Leading Change: Leadership, Organization, and Social Movements Marshall Ganz 2010 08/03/16
Leading Change at Simmons (E) Amy C. Edmondson Susan Thyne 2010 08/03/16
Leading Change at Simmons (D) Amy C. Edmondson Tiziana Casciaro 2007 08/03/16
Leading Change at Simmons (C) Amy C. Edmondson Tiziana Casciaro 2007 08/03/16
Leadership Through an Organization Behavior Lens: A Look at the Last Half-Century of Research Mary Ann Glynn Rich Dejordy 2010 08/03/16
Leading an IT-Savvy Firm: The Critical Role of Senior Management in Making IT a Strategic Asset Jeanne W. Ross Peter Weill 2009 08/03/16
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