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Reserves Salazar: Mgt 6354

Management 6354

Nooyi, I. K., & Govindarajan, V. (2020). Becoming a Better Corporate Citizen. Harvard Business Review98(2), 94–103.

Frei, F., & Morriss, A. (2020). Begin with Trust. Harvard Business Review98(3), 112–121.

Suarez, F. F., & Montes, J. S. (2020). Building Organizational Resilience. Harvard Business Review98(6), 47–52.

Mayo, A. J., Margolis, J. D., & Gallo, A. (2020). CASE STUDY: Give Your Colleague the Rating He Deserves—or the One He Wants? Harvard Business Review98(1), 140–145.

Miller, J. C., Stanko, M. A., & Diallo, M. D. (2020). CASE STUDY: When Your Brand Is Racist. Harvard Business Review98(6), 140–145.

Badaracco Jr., J. L. (1998). The Discipline of Building Character. Harvard Business Review76(2), 114–124.

Likierman, S. A. (2020). The Elements of Good Judgement. Harvard Business Review98(1), 102–111.

Grote, D. (2016). Every Manager Needs to Practice Two Types of Coaching. Harvard Business Review Digital Articles, 1.

Ingram, P. (2021). The Forgotten Dimension of Diversity. Harvard Business Review99(1), 58–67.

Podolny, J. M., & Hansen, M. T. (2020). How Apple Is Organized for Innovation. Harvard Business Review98(6), 86–95.

Watkins, M. D. (2012). How Managers Become Leaders. Harvard Business Review90(6), 64–72.

Peterson, S. J., Abramson, R., & Stutman, R. K. (2020). How to Develop Your Leadership Style. Harvard Business Review98(6), 68–77.

Spitzer, T. M. (2020). The Importance of Human Leadership with Integrity in a Highly Regulated and Tech-Relevant Corporate Environment. Harvard Business Law Review Online10, 1–31.

Carlson, C. R. (2020). Innovation for Impact. Harvard Business Review98(6), 124–133.

Snowden, D. J., & Boone, M. E. (2007). A Leader’s Framework for Decision Making. (cover story). Harvard Business Review85(11), 68.

Newark, D. (2018). Leadership and the Logic of Absurdity. Academy of Management Review43(2), 198–216.

Goleman, D. (2000). Leadership That Gets Results. Harvard Business Review2.

Tulgan, B. (2020). Learn When to Say No. Harvard Business Review98(5), 135–139.

Antonakis, A. & Fenley, M. & Liechti, S. (2012). Learning Charisma. Harvard Business Review. 90(6), 127-130.

Giles, S. (2016). The Most Important Leadership Competencies, According to Leaders Around the World. Harvard Business Review Digital Articles, 2–6.

Bazerman, M. H. (2020). A New Model for Ethical Leadership. Harvard Business Review98(5), 90–97.

Lingo, E. L., & McGinn, K. L. (2020). A New Prescription for Power. Harvard Business Review98(4), 66–75.

O’Toole, J. (2019). The Prospects for Enlightened Corporate Leadership. California Management Review61(3), 72–92.\

Wedell-Wedellsborg, M. (2019). The Psychology Behind Unethical Behavior. Harvard Business Review Digital Articles, 2–6.

Spain, E. (2020). Reinventing the Leader Selection Process. Harvard Business Review98(6), 78–85.

Van Quaquebeke, N., & Felps, W. (2018). Respectful Inquiry: A Motivational Account of Leading through Asking Questions and Listening. Academy of Management Review43(1), 5–27.

Ignatius, A. (2021). Rivals and Friends. Harvard Business Review99(1), 10.

Bitterly, B., & Brooks, A. W. (2020). Sarcasm, Self-Deprecation, and Inside Jokes: A User’s Guide to Humor at Work. Harvard Business Review98(4), 96–103.

Schoemaker, P. J. H., & Tetlock, P. E. (2012). Taboo Scenarios: How to Think About the Unthinkable. California Management Review54(2), 5–24.

Colin Grant. (1999). Theodore Levitt’s Marketing Myopia. Journal of Business Ethics18(4), 397.

Mayer, D. M. (2018). Urban Meyer, Ohio State Football, and How Leaders Ignore Unethical Behavior. Harvard Business Review Digital Articles, 18–22.

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Needham, P., & Snyder, C. (2009). Speed and the fog of war [electronic resource] : sense and respond logistics in Operation Iraqi Freedom-I / Paul Needham and Christopher Snyder. [Washington, D.C.] : Center for Technology and National Security Policy, 200 

Epley, N., & Kumar, A. (2019). How to Design an Ethical Organization. Harvard Business Review97(3), 144–150.

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