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The Reboot, BSOD Reference List

Reboot References & Bibliography

A good friend asked over the weekend what it took to write Reboot and if there were any other related texts that I would want to recommend and suggest.

Reboot, the book would not be what it is without the prior work, research and support of all of the following Authors and texts.

References

1. Macroeconomics, Abel Bernanke, Wesley Publishing Company Inc., 1998.
2. Bootstrap Finance-The Art of Start-ups, Amar Bhide, Harvard Business Review, December 1992.
3. How Entrepreneurs Craft Strategies That Work, Amar Bhide, Harvard Business Review, April 1994.
4. The Questions Every Entrepreneur Must Answer, Amar Bhide, Harvard Business Review, December 1996.
5. The origin and evolution of new business, Amar Bhide, Oxford University Press, 2000.
6. Strategy vs. Tactics from a Venture Capitalist, Arthur Rock, Harvard Business Review, December 1987.
7. The New Rules for Bringing Innovations to Market, Bhaskar Chakravorti, Harvard Business Review, March 2004.
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8. The Accelerated Learning Handbook, By Dave Meier, McGraw-Hill, 2000.
9. The Ambidextrous Organization, Charles A. O’Reilly III and Michael L. Tushman, Harvard Business Review, April 2004.
10. High St@kes No Prisoners, Charles H. Ferguson, Three Rivers Press, 1990.
11. What’s a Business For?, Charles Handy, Harvard Business Review, December 2002.
12. Getting IT Right, Charlie S. Feld and Donna B. Stoddard, Harvard Business Review, February 2004.
13. The Rise And Fall of An Internet Star, Chris Hassett, Business Week., April 1999.
14. Delusions of Success-How Optimism Undermines Executives’ Decisions, Dan Lovallo and Daniel Kahneman, Harvard Business Review, July 2003.
15. The Google story, David A. Vise, Macmillan, 2005.
16. Entrepreneurship, Donald F. Kuratko, Richard M.Hodgetts, South Western Thomson Learning , 2001.
17. Why Good Companies Go Bad, Donald N. Sull, Harvard Business Review, August 1999.
18. Every mistake in the book, F. J. Lennon, ReganBooks, 2001.
19. Improving The Odds of Success: The Effect Of Screening And Professional Advice, Dr. John Watson, Professor Jim Everett and Mr. Rick Newby.
20. Customize Your Product Development, Edward G. Krubasik, Harvard Business Review, December 1988.
21. The Fall of Bombay, Edward O. Welles, Inc.com, January 1996.
22. Don’t Trust Your Gut, Eric Bonabeau, Harvard Business Review, May 2003.
23. How to Identify Your Enemies Before They Destroy You, Farshad Rafi and Paul J. Kampas, Harvard Business Review, November 2002.
24. Show-Stopper!, G. Pascal Zachary, Publishing Co Inc., 1994.
25. Living on the Fault Line, Geoffrey A. Moore, Harper Business, 2002.
26. When to Walk Away from a Deal, Geoffrey Cullinan, Jean-Marc Le Roux, and Rolf-Magnus Weddigen, Harvard Business Review, April 2004.
27. The Art of War for Managers 50 Strategic Rules, Gerald A. Michaelson, Adam Media Corporation , 2001
28. Saving the Sun , Gillian Tett, Harper Business, 2003.
29. Minding their own Business, Gloria Meltzer, McGraw-Hill, 2001.
30. The Invisible Touch, Harry Beckwith, Warner Books, 2000.
31. Harvard Business Review on Compensation, Harvard Business School Press, Harvard Business School Press, 2001.
32. Harvard Business Review on Managing the Value Chain, Harvard Business School Press, Harvard Business School Press, 2000.
33. Harvard Business Review on Measuring Corporate Performance, Harvard Business School Press, Harvard Business School Press, 1998.
34. Contextual Design, Hugh Beyer Karen Holtzblatt, Harcourt, 1998.
35. Global Gamesmanship, Ian C. MacMillan, Alexander B. Van Putten, and Rita Gunther McGrath, Harvard Business Review, May 2003.
36. Why Bad Project Are So Hard To Kill, Isabelle Royer, Harvard Business Review, February 2003.
37. Uncovering Hidden Value in a midsize Manufacturing Company, James E. Ashton, Frank X. Cook, Jr., and Paul Schmitz, Harvard Business Review, June 2003.
38. Starving To Death On $200 Million, James Ledbetter, , 2003.
39. How Much Money Does Your New Venture Need? , James Mcneill Stancill, Harvard Business Review, June 1986.
40. Innovating for Cash, James P. Andrew and Harold L. Sirkin., Harvard Business Review, September 2003.
41. Exit – Success Or Failure?, Jan Sten, Swedish School of Economics & Business Administration.
42. The Rediscovered Benjamin Graham, Janet Lowe, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1999.
43. It’s Not the Big that Eat the Small. It’s the Fast that Eat the Slow, Jason Jennings and Laurence Haughton, Harper Collins Publisher Inc., 2000.
44. Startup Stall-Ten Myths That Kill, Jawwad Ahmed Farid, Unpublished paper, 2003.
45. The Set-Up-to-Fail Syndrome, Jean-Francois Manzoni and Jean-Louis Barsoux, Harvard Business Review, April 1998.
46. Six IT Decisions Your IT People Shouldn’t Make, Jeanne W. Ross and Peter Weill, Harvard Business Review, November 2002.
47. Mastering the Complex Sale, Jeff Thull, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2003.
48. Who needs budgets? , Jeremy Hope and Robin Fraser, Harvard Business Review, February 2003.
49. Failure of Genius, Jess McCuan, Inc.com, August 2003.
50. The EVA Challenge, Joel M.Stern & John S.Shielt With Irwin Ross, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2001.
51. Managing Credit Risk, John B.Caouette, Edward I. Altman & Paul Narayanan, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1998.
52. Why Entrepreneurs Don’t Scale, John Hamm, Harvard Business Review, December 2002.
53. Taking Charge, John O. Whitney, Beard Books Washingon DC, 1999.
54. Rebel with A Cause, John Sperling, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2000.
55. Business and Battles-Lessons from Defeat, Joseph L. Bower, Harvard Business Review, August 1990.
56. The High Cost of Accurate Knowledge, Kathleen M. Sutcliffe and Klaus Weber, Harvard Business Review, May 2003.
57. Annals of Communications: The Last Sure Thing, Ken Auletta, The New Yorker, 1998.
58. The Young and the Clueless, Kerry A. Bunker, Kathy E. Kram, and Sharon Ting, Harvard Business Review, December 2002.
59. How to Pitch a Brilliant Idea, Kimberiy D. Elsbach, Harvard Business Review, September 2003.
60. Thinking Inside the Box, Kirk Cheyfitz, Simon & Schuster Inc., 2003.
61. Success That Lasts, Laura Nash and Howard Stevenson, Harvard Business Review, February 2004.
62. Is Silence Killing Your Company?, Leslie Perlow and Stephanie Williams, Harvard Business Review, May 2003.
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63. Becoming a Manager, Linda A. Hill Harvard Business School, Penguin Books, 1992.
64. An Inquiry into Entrepreneur Preparation And A Morning-After Evaluation Of Results, Lisa D. Spiller, Christopher Newport University.
65. Who Says Elephants Can’t Dance?, Louis V. Gerstner, Jr., Harper Business, 2002.
66. The Design and Development of Information Products, Marc H. Meyer and Michael H. Zack, Sloan Management Review, Spring 1996.
67. Entrepreneurship, Marc J. Dollinger, William Schoof, 1995.
68. Developing Products, Marco Iansiti and Alan MacCormack, Harvard Business Review, October 1997.
69. What is the Right Supply Chain for Your Product?, Marshall L. Fisher., Harvard Business Review, April 1997.
70. How to Have an Honest Conversation About Your Business Strategy, Michael Beer and Russell A. Eisenstat, Harvard Business Review, February 2004.
71. Managing Codified Knowledge., Michael H. Zack, Northeastern University., Summer 1999.
72. The Money Culture, Michael Lewis, Penguin Books, 1991.
73. The First 90 Days, Michael Watkins, Harvard Business School Press, 2003.
74. Why Good Projects Fail Anyway, Nadim F. Matta and Ronald N. Ashkenas, Harvard Business Review, September 2003.
75. IT Doesn’t Matter, Nicholas G. Carr., Harvard Business Review, May 2003.
76. MBA Desk Reference, Nitin Nohria – Harvard Business School Editorial Director, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1998.
77. What Really Works, Nitin Nohria, William Joyce and Bruce Roberson, Harvard Business Review, July 2003.
78. How the Quest for Efficiency Corroded the Market., Paul M. Healy and Krishna G. Palepu, Harvard Business Review, July 2003.
79. Iridium LLC., Professor Benjamin Esty, Harvard Business Review, April 2003.
80. Cypress Semiconductor (A): Vision, Values, and Killer Software, Professor Charles O’Reilly and Professor David Caldwell, Stanford University, April 1998.
81. Cypress Semiconductor (B): Vision and Values, But No Killer Software, Professor Charles O’Reilly and Professor David Caldwell, Stanford University, April 1998.
82. The Failure-Tolerant Leader, Richard Farson and Ralph Keyes, Harvard Business Review, August 2002.
83. Take It Or Leave It: The Only Guide to Negotiating You Will Ever Need, Rob Walker, Inc.com, August 2003.
84. The World Bank’s Innovation Market, Robert Chapman Wood and Gary Hamel, Harvard Business Review, November 2002.
85. The Enemies of Trust, Robert Galford and Anne Seibold Drapeau, Harvard Business Review, February 2003.
86. Managing the New Product Development Process, Robert J. Dolan, Wesley Publishing Company Inc., 1993.
87. Storytelling That Moves People, Robert Mackee, Harvard Business Review, June 2003.
88. Reasons Why Small Businesses Fail: And How To Avoid Failure, Robert N. Lussier, Springfield College, Fall 1996.
89. Capital Versus Talent-The Battle That’s Reshaping Business, Roger L. Martin and Mihnea C. Moldoveanu, Harvard Business Review, July 2003.
90. Where Really Bad Ideas Come From, Ron MacLean, Inc.com, 2003.
91. Hear No Evil, Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Harvard Business Review, May 2003.
92. Evolve Succeeding the Digital Culture of Tomorrow , Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Harvard Business School Press, Harvard Business School Press, 2001.
93. Leadership and the Psychology of Turnarounds, Rossbeth Moss Kanter, Harvard Business School Publishing, June 2003.
94. The Wrong Move, Scott Shaw, Inc.com, August 1995
95. What would Machiavelli Do?, Stanley Bing, Harper Collins Publishers Inc., December 1999.
96. Commercializing Technology-What the Best Companies Do?, T. Michael Nevens, Gregory L. Summe and Bro Uttal, Harvard Business Review, June 1990.
97. No Excuses Management, T.J. Rodgers, Harvard Business Review, August 1990.
98. Does IT Matter? An HBR Debate, Thomas A. Stewart, Harvard Business Review, June 2003.
99. Bringing the Market Inside, Thomas W. Malone, Harvard Business Review, April 2004.
100. The Intelligent Investor, Warren E. Buffet, Harper Collins Publisher Inc., 1973.
101. How to Write Great Business Plan, William A. Shalman, Harvard Business School Publishing, August 1997.
102.Milestones for Successful Venture Planning, Zenas Block and Ian C. Macmillan, Harvard Business School Publishing, October 1985.
103.Microsoft Secrets, Michael A. Cusumano & Richard W. Selby, HarperCollins Business, 1996
104.A good hard kick in the ass, Rob Adams, Crown Business, 2002
105.Not just a living, Mark Henricks, Perseus Publishing, 2002
106.The six month fix, Gary Sutton, John Wiley, 2002
107.The Mouse Driver chronicles, John Lusk & Kyle Harrison, Perseus Publishing, 2002
108.Whoever makes the most mistakes wins, Richard Farson and Ralph Keyes, Free Press, 2002
109.F’d Companies, Philip J. Kaplan, Simon & Shuster, 2002
110.Integrating Corporate Risk Management, Prakash Shimpi, TexRe, 1999

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