Management - Leadership

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Harvard Business School
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005.8 HAR
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Harvard Business School Press
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n.d.
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Meehan, Paul
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Harvard Business School Press
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Harvard Business Review
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n.d.
Author: 
Christensen, Clayton M.
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658 CHR
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Harvard Business School Press
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Author: 
Porter, Michael E.
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The concept of shared value—which focuses on the connections between societal and economic progress—has the power to unleash the next wave of global growth.

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Harvard Business School Press
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Harvard Business Review,January-February 2011,pp.62-87
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Author: 
Johnson, Mark W.
Nair, Hari
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Many Western multinationals expect to find most of their future growth in emerging economies. But they have frequently struggled to exploit the opportunity, relentlessly cutting costs and accepting profit margins close to zero.

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Harvard Business School Press
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Harvard Business Review,January-February 2011,pp.88-99
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Author: 
Casadesus-Masanell, Ramon
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Strategy has been the primary building block of competitiveness over the past three decades, but in the future, the quest for sustainable advantage may well begin with the business model.

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Harvard Business School Press
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Harvard Business Review,January-February 2011,pp.100-107
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Author: 
Govindaraja, Vijay
Trimble, Chris
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Harvard Business School Press
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Harvard Business Review,January-February 2011,pp.109-114
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Hill, Linda A.
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These thoughts plagued Jason, an experienced manager, as he lay awake one night fretting about a new position he’d taken. For more than five years he had run a small team of developers in Boston. They produced two highly successful lines of engineering textbooks for the education publishing arm of a major media conglomerate.

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Harvard Business School Press
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Harvard Business Review,January-February 2011,pp.125-131
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Bungay, Stephen
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Most organizations have strategic plans, these days, and create them through sometimes detailed and time-consuming processes.

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Harvard Business School Press
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Harvard Business Review,January-February 2011,pp.132-140
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William, Foster
Ditkoff, Susan Wolf
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Many philanthropists have big ambitions, but even the richest individuals and largest foundations don't have enough money to end poverty, reverse climate change, or cure cancer.

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Harvard Business School Press
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Harvard Business Review,January-February 2011,pp.142-153
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