Josh Baron
TitlePublication Type
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "What To Do If a Feud Threatens Your Family Business." HBR.org, 15 April 2015.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "Surviving in a Family Business When You're Not Part of the Family." HBR.org, 15 January 2015.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "Family Businesses Need One Person to Conquer and Another One to Rule." HBR.org, 3 December 2014.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "Can an Outside CEO Run a Family-Owned Business." HBR.org, 15 August 2015.Article
Baron, Josh, Steve Salley and Judith L. Walsh. "Obamacare Rules Pose Challenges for S Corp Owners." Family Business Magazine, July/August, 2014.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "Working With Your In-Laws Isn't Always a Terrible Idea." HBR.org, 16 June 2014.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "If You're Feeling Unappreciated, Give Someone Else Credit." HBR.org, 2 May 2014.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "Keep Your Kids out of the Entitlement Trap." HBR.org, 18 February 2014Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "How to Thrive While Leading a Family Business." HBR.org, 20 February 2014Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "Family Businesses Must Set the Agenda." HBR.org, 15 March 2014.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "Dealing with the Unique Work-Life Challenges of Family Businesses." HBR.org, 19 March 2014.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "Family Business Advisors Shouldn't Hunt for Superstar CEOs." HBR.org, 6 December 2013.Article
Baron, Josh. "Five Tips for Running an Effective Charitable Foundation." Philanthropy Journal, 15 July 2013Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. “Coddled Relatives Can Kill a Family Business.” HBR.org, 19 August 2013. (Republished by Today Online and The Malay Mail Online, 14 October 2013.)Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. “How to Spot a Problem Patriarch.” HBR.org, 24 July 2013.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. “Why Fights Erupt in Family Businesses.” HBR.org, 9 July 2013.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "Banyan Family Business Advisors On The Keys to Long-Term Resilience." Family Wealth Report. 23 October 2013.Article
Baron, Josh and Henry Foley. “The Tyranny of Minority Shareholders.” WealthManagement.com, 20 June 2013.Article
Baron, Josh and Devin Bird. “Downton Abbey: Real Life Lessons for Trust & Estate Advisors.” WealthManagement.com, 27 March 2013. (Republished by REP Magazine, May 2013.)Article
Baron, Josh and Marion McCollom Hampton. “The Unintended Consequences of Ownership Transfer Planning.” Trust & Estates Magazine, Vol 152, Issue 3, March 2013.Article
Baron, Josh. “Is Doing Good ‘Good Enough’? Unleashing the Power of Self-Interest in Philanthropy.” Huffington Post’s Impact Blog, 7 February 2013.Article
Baron, Josh. “Embracing the ‘I’ in Philanthropy.” Philanthropy News Digest’s PhilanTopic Blog, 10 December 2012.Article
Parent, Joseph M., and J. Baron. “Elder Abuse: How the Moderns Mistreat Classical Realism.”  International Studies Review, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 193-213, June 2011.Article
The Bridgespan Group. “Growth of Youth-Serving Organizations: A white paper commissioned by The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation.” The Bridgespan Group, Inc., March 1, 2005.Article
Baron, J.  Great Power Peace and American Primacy. Palgrave MacMillan, 2014
Book
Devin Bird
TitlePublication Type
Bird, Devin and Omar Romman. “To Hire or Not To Hire: Bringing Children Into the Family Business.” NY Report, 30 August 2013.Article
Baron, Josh and Devin Bird. "Downton Abbey: Real Life Lessons for Trust & Estate Advisors." WealthManagement.com, 27 March 2013.Article
Diane Coutu
Title
Publication Type
Diane Coutu and Cory Doctorow. “Predicting the Present.” Harvard Business Review, July-August 2009. Article
Coutu, Diane and J. Richard Hackman “Why Teams Don’t Work.” Harvard Business Review, May 2009. Article
Coutu, Diane and Doris Kearns Goodwin. “Leadership Lessons from Abraham Lincoln.” Harvard Business Review, April 2009. Article
Carol Kauffman and Diane Coutu. “What Can Coaches Do for You?” Harvard Business Review, January 2009. Article
Coutu, Diane and Josephs S. Nye, Jr. “Smart Power.” Harvard Business Review, November 2008. Article
Coutu, Diane, and John J. Medina. “The Science of Thinking Smarter.” Harvard Business Review, May 2008.Article
Coutu, Diane and Twyla Tharp. “Creativity Step by Step.” Harvard Business Review, April 2008. Article
Coutu, Diane and John M. Gottman. “Making Relationships Work.” Harvard Business Review, December 2007. Article
Coutu, Diane, et al. “Peak Job Performance: Preparing Mentally and Physically for the Challenges of Leadership” (HBR OnPoint Executive Edition). Harvard Business Review, November 2007. Article
Coutu, Diane. “We Googled You.” Harvard Business Review, June 2007. Article
Coutu, Diane and Daniel J. Socolow. “Picking Winners: How the ‘Genius’ Grants Are Awarded.” Harvard Business Review, May 2007. Article
Coutu, Diane L. and James G. March. “Ideas as Art.” Harvard Business Review, October 2006. Article
Coutu, Diane and G. Clotaire Rapaille. “Leveraging the Psychology of a Salesperson.“ Harvard Business Review, July-August 2006. Article
Coutu, Diane and Robert A. Caro. “Lessons in Power: Lyndon Johnson Revealed.” Harvard Business Review, April 2006. Article
Coutu, Diane and Joseph L. Badaracco, Jr. “Leadership in Literature.” Harvard Business Review, March 2006. Article
Coutu, Diane L. and Garry Kasparov. “Strategic Intensity.” Harvard Business Review, April 2005. Article
Coutu, Diane L. “Losing It.” Harvard Business Review. April 2004. Article
Coutu, Diane and Manfred Kets de Vries. “Putting Leaders on the Couch.” Harvard Business Review, January 2004. Article
Coutu, Diane L. and Judith Martin. “In Praise of Boundaries: A Conversion with Miss Manners.” Harvard Business Review, December 2003. Article
Coutu, Diane L. and Sherry Turkle. “Technology and Human Vulnerability.” Harvard Business Review, September 2003. Article
Coutu, Diane L. and Karl E. Weick. “Sense and Reliability.” Harvard Business Review, April 2003. Article
Coutu, Diane L. “I Was Greedy, Too.” Harvard Business Review, February 2003. Article
Coutu, Diane L. and Dominick Misino. “Negotiating Without a Net.” Harvard Business Review, October 2002.Article
Coutu, Diane L. “How Resilience Works.” Harvard Business Review, May 2002. Article
Coutu, Diane L. and Edgar H. Schein. “Anxiety of Learning.” Harvard Business Review, March 2002. Article
Collingwood, Harris and Diane L. Coutu. “Jack on Jack: The HBR Interview.” Harvard Business Review, February 2002. Article
Coutu, Diane L. and Steven Hyman. “Parting Remarks form America’s Top Psychiatrist.” Harvard Business Review, February 2002. Article
Coutu, Diane L. and Robert Coles. "The Inner Life of Executive Kids." Harvard Business Review, November 2001. Article
Coutu, Diane L. “Genius at Work: A Conversation with Mark Morris.” Harvard Business Review, October 2001. Article
Coutu, Diane L. and Harold Bloom. “Reading List for Bill Gates – and You.” Harvard Business Review, May 2001. Article
Coutu, Diane L. and Richard Dawkins. “What Is Science Good For?” Harvard Business Review, January 2001. Article
Coutu, Diane L. “Too Old To Learn?” Harvard Business Review, November-December 2000. Article
Nick Di Loreto
Title
Publication Type
Di Loreto, Nick and Marion McCollom Hampton. “A Lesson from the Royals: Succession is a Two Way Street.” WealthManagement.com, 30 August 2013.Article
Di Loreto, Nick and Omar Romman. "The Family Business System. A Robust Model for Saudi Succession." FamilyBusinessUnited.com 20 May 2015.Article
Henry Foley
Title
Publication Type
Stalk Jr., George and Henry Foley. “Avoid the Traps That Can Destroy Family Businesses.” Harvard Business Review, 1 January 2012.Article
Family Business Association. “FBA Webinar Wednesdays: Philanthropy & Your Family Business.” Family Business Association Webinar, February 23, 2011Webinar
Marion McCollom Hampton
TitlePublication Type
Di Loreto, Nick and Marion McCollom Hampton. "A Lesson from the Royals: Succession is a Two-Way Street." WealthManagment.com, 30 August 2013.Article
Baron, Josh and Marion McCollom Hampton. "The Unintended Consequences of Ownership Transfer Planning." Trust & Estates Magazine, March 2013.Article
Review of three books on Women in Family Business. Family Business Review. December, 2009: 366-369.Book Reviews / Biographies
Hampton, M. McCollom, with Yiannis Gabriel. 1999. “Work Groups.” In Organizations in Depth, Yiannis Gabriel, pp. 112-138.   London: Sage Publications.Book Chapters
Kram, K., and Hampton, M. McCollom. 1998.  “When Women Lead: The Visibility-Vulnerability Spiral.”  In The Psychodynamics of Leadership, E. Klein, F. Gabelnick & P. Herr, eds., pp. 193-218. Madison, CT: Psychosocial Press.Book Chapters
Biography of Richard Beckhard. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science. June 1997.Book Reviews / Biographies
Gersick, K., J. Davis, M. McC. Hampton, and I. Lansberg. Generation to Generation: Family Business Development, Growth and Continuity. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Business School Press, 1996.Book
Davidson, S., M. McCollom, and J. Heineke. The Physician-Manager Alliance: Building the Healthy Health Care Organization. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1996.Book
Gillette, J., and M. McCollom (eds.) Groups in Context: A New Perspective on Group Dynamics. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1995 (originally published by Addison-Wesley, 1990).Book
McCollom, M., and J. Gillette. “The Emergence of a New Experiential Tradition,” in Groups in Context. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1995 (originally published by Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA, 1990).Book Chapters
McCollom, M. “Reevaluating Group Development: A Critique of the Familiar Models,” in Groups in Context. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1995 (originally published by Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA, 1990).Book Chapters
McCollom, M. “Group Formation: The Individual, Boundaries, and Culture,” in Groups in Context. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1995 (originally published by Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA, 1990).Book Chapters
Davidson, S., M. McCollom, and J. Heineke. “Physicians in a Management-Dominated Health Care System.” Journal of Medical Practice Management, July/August, 1995.Refereed Journals
McCollom, M. “Entering the Family Business.” Three-part series for Family Relationships, Chicago, IL, 1995.Teaching Cases and Notes
Hunt, J., and M. McCollom. 1994. “Methodological Issues in the Application of Psychoanalytic Theory to Organizational Analysis.” Consulting Psychology, vol. 46, no.2, 1-11.Refereed Journals
Grossman, J., and M. McCollom (supervisor). “The Boston Red Sox.” 1994. Topics: introduction to business systems, marketing, financial decisions. Boston University School of Management.Teaching Cases and Notes
McCollom, M. Teaching note, Boston Red Sox case. 1994. Boston University School of Management.Teaching Cases and Notes
McCollom, M.  1993. “Immigrant Entrepreneurs.” In The American Edge: Leveraging Manufacturing’s Hidden Assets, J. Klein & J. Miller, eds., pp.161-179. New York: McGraw Hill.Book Chapters
McCollom, M., and J. Gillette. 1993. “Time and Task in the Valley: A Case Analysis of an Employee Buyout Effort.” Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 29 (1), 96-116.Refereed Journals
McCollom, M. “Comparing Organizational Cultures as Complex Wholes: A Framework.”  Journal of Management Inquiry, vol.2, no.1, March, 1993.Refereed Journals
Grossman, J., and M. McCollom (supervisor). “Legal Sea Foods.” 1993. Topics: introduction to systems, quality, family business.  Boston University School of Management.Teaching Cases and Notes
McCollom, M. Teaching note, Legal Sea Foods case. 1993. Boston University School of Management.Teaching Cases and Notes
Stone, M., and McCollom, M. “Appalachian Mountain Club (B).” 1993. Topic: implementation of mission statement.  Boston University School of Management.Teaching Cases and Notes
Review of Creating Effective Boards for Private Enterprises: Meeting the Challenges of Continuity and Competition, by John Ward. Family Business Review, vol.5, no.3, 1992.Book Reviews / Biographies
McCollom, M. “The Ownership Trust and Succession Paralysis in the Family Business.” Family Business Review, vol. V, no.2, 1992.Refereed Journals
McCollom, M. “The Group Dynamics Instructor as Boundary Manager.” Journal of Management Education, vol.16, no.2, May, 1992.Refereed Journals
McCollom, M. “Organizational Stories in a Family-Owned Business: Reflections of the System Dynamics.” Family Business Review, vol. 5, no.1, 1992.Refereed Journals
Clarkson, A., McCollom, M. and Stone, M. “Appalachian Mountain Club (A).” 1992 (revised by M. Stone 1996). Topics: non-profit revitalization, change, centralization of controls.  Boston University School of Management.Teaching Cases and Notes
Note on Creating a Family Plan. Topics: managing family dynamics in family business. 1991. Owner-Managed Business Institute, Santa Barbara, CA.Teaching Cases and Notes
Note on Managing Conflict in Family Business Families. 1991. Owner-Managed Business Institute, Santa Barbara, CA.Teaching Cases and Notes
Note on Occupational Choice and the Family Business. 1991. Owner-Managed Business Institute, Santa Barbara, CA.Teaching Cases and Notes
McCollom, M. “Problems and Prospects in Clinical Research in Family Firms,” Family Business Review, vol.3, no.3, 1990.Refereed Journals
McCollom, M. (ed.) “Managing Succession in Family Firms: A Multidisciplinary Perspective.” Proceedings of the 1988 Family Firm Institute Conference held in Boston, MA (Johnstown, NY: Family Firm Institute, June 1989).Refereed Journals
McCollom, M. “Integration in the Family Firm: When the Family System Replaces Controls and Culture,” Family Business Review, vol.1, no.4, 1988.Refereed Journals
“Stew Leonard’s — The World’s Largest Dairy Store.” With J. Hunt. Topic: succession in family business. 1988. Family Firm Institute, Boston, MA.Teaching Cases and Notes
“Torin Machine Co. (A) and (B).” With J. Gillette. Topics: managing change, social impact of corporate divestment, employee ownership. 1987. Boston University School of Management.Teaching Cases and Notes
“Esteys Children’s Store.” Topics: management style, management effectiveness, family business. 1986. Boston University School of Management.Teaching Cases and Notes
Rob Lachenauer
TitlePublication Type
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "What To Do If a Feud Threatens Your Family Business." HBR.org, 15 April 2015.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "Surviving in a Family Business When You're Not Part of the Family." HBR.org, 15 January 2015.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "Family Businesses Need One Person to Conquer and Another One to Rule." HBR.org, 3 December 2014.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "Can an Outside CEO Run a Family-Owned Business." HBR.org, 15 August 2014.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "Working With Your In-Laws Isn't Always a Terrible Idea." HBR.org, 16 June 2014.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "If You're Feeling Unappreciated, Give Someone Else Credit" HBR.org, 2 May 2014.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "Dealing with the Unique Work-Life Challenges of Family Businesses." HBR.org, 19 March 2014.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "Family Businesses Must Set the Agenda (Without Micromanaging)." HBR.org, 15 March 2014.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "How To Thrive While Leading a Family Business." HBR.org, 15 March 2014.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "Keep Your Kids Out of the Entitlement Trap." HBR.org, 18 February 2014.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "Family Businesses Shouldn't Hunt for Superstar CEOs." HBR.org, 6 December 2013.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. "Banyan Family Business Advisors On The Keys to Long-Term Resilience." Family Wealth Report, 10 October 2013.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. “Coddled Relatives Can Kill a Family Business.” HBR.org, 19 August 2013. (Republished by Today Online and The Malay Mail Online, 14 October 2013.)Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. “How to Spot a Problem Patriarch.” HBR.org, 24 July 2013.Article
Baron, Josh and Rob Lachenauer. “Why Fights Erupt in Family Businesses.” HBR.org, 9 July 2013.Article
Lachenauer, Rob. “Leadership From Within.” Family Business Magazine, March 2013.Article
Stalk Jr., G., and R. Lachenauer. “Hardball: Five Killer Strategies for Trouncing the Competition.” Harvard Business Review, 1 April 2004.Article
Stalk Jr., George and Rob Lachenauer. Hardball: Are You Playing to Play or Playing to Win? Harvard Business School Press, 2004.Book
Omar Romman
TitlePublication Type
Di Loreto, Nick and Omar Romman. "The Family Business System. A Robust Model for Saudi Succession." FamilyBusinessUnited.com 20 May 2015. Article
Bird, Devin and Omar Romman. “To Hire or Not To Hire: Bringing Children Into the Family Business.” NY Report, 30 August 2013.Article
Stephen Salley
TitlePublication Type
Baron, Josh, Steve Salley and Judith L. Walsh. "Obamacare Rules Pose Challenges for S Corp Owners." Family Business Magazine. July/August 2014.Article
George Stalk
TitlePublication Type
Stalk, George. "Is Your Supply Chain Ready for the Congestion Crisis?" HBR.org, 22 June 2015.Article
Stalk, George and Ari Axelrod. "The Seasons in the Life of a Family Firm: Time to Sell or Not?" Family Wealth Report, 3 June 2013.Article
Stalk, George. “How One Family Found Its Sweet Spot.” HBR.org, 5 April 2013.Article
Stalk, George. "What You Can Learn from Family Business." Harvard Business Review, November 2012.Article
Stalk Jr., G., and H. Foley. “Avoid the Traps That Can Destroy Family Businesses.” Harvard Business Review, 1 January 2012.Article
Mercier and Stalk. “The Coming Infrastructure Crisis: Is Your Supply Chain Ready?” The Boston Consulting Group, February 2011.Article
“Governance Priorities, Succession Tools,” YPO/WPO Family Business Network, Global Conference Call, Jan 18, 2011.Podcast / Interview
Lindgardt, Reeves, Stalk, and Deimler. “Business Model Innovation: When the Fames Gets Tough, Change the Game.” The Boston Consulting Group, December, 2009.Article
Stalk Jr., G. “The Threat of Global Gridlock.” Harvard Business Review, July/August 2009.Article
Ciampa and Stalk. “Changing Your Company’s Strategy? Better Change Its Personality, Too: The CEO-HR Executive Partnership.” The Journal of The Human Resource Planning Society, Vol.31, Issue 2 (Special CEO Issue), 2008.Article
Stalk Jr., George. Memos to the CEO: Five Strategies You Need Right Now. Harvard Business School Press, 2008.Book
Stalk and Waddell. “Surviving the China Riptide: How to Profit from the Supply Chain Bottleneck.” The Boston Consulting Group, May 2007.Article
Stalk. “Hardball Innovation.” Industrial Research Institute, Inc., 2006.Article
Stalk Jr., G. “Curveball: Strategies to Fool the Competition.” Harvard Business Review, 1 September 2006.Article
Stalk Jr., G. “Surving the China Riptide.” Supply Chain Management Review, June 2006.Article
Stalk Jr., G. “The Role of the Center.” Harvard Business Review, January 2005.Article
Lachenauer and Stalk. “Hardball: Five Killer Strategies for Trouncing the Competition.” Harvard Business Review, 1 April 2001Article
Stalk Jr., George and Rob Lachenauer. Hardball: Are You Playing to Play or Playing to Win? Harvard Business School Press, 2004.Book
Silverstein and Stalk. Breaking Compromises. Wiley, 2000. (Multiple Translations)Book
Stern and Stalk. Perspectives on Strategy. Wiley, 1998. (Multiple Translations)Book
Pecaut, Burnett, and Stalk. “Breaking Compromises.” Harvard Business Review, 1996.Article
Abegglen and Stalk. “Japan’s Dark Side of Time.” Harvard Business Review, 1993.Article
Evans, Shulman, and Stalk. “Competing on Capabilities.” Harvard Business Review, April 1992.Article
Sikin and Stalk. “Fix the Process Not the Problem.” Harvard Business Review, 1990.Article
Hout and Stalk. Competing Against Time. Free Press, 1990. (Multiple Translations)Book
Stalk Jr., G. “Time: The Next Source of Competitive Advantage.” Harvard Business Review, 1988. (Won the McKinsey Award)Article
Abegglen and Stalk. “The Japanese Corporation as Competitor.” California Management Review, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p9, March 1986.Article
Abegglen and Stalk. Kaisha: The Japanese Competitor. Basic, 1985. (Multiple Translations)Book
Asman and Meyerson. The Wall Street Journal on Management. DJI, 1985. (Contributors, Hout and Stalk. “Product Diversity at Lower Costs: the Payoff from Flexible Manufacturing”)Book
“Organizational Passages: The Seven Predictable Management Crises of Growing Companies – and How Successful Companies Solve Them.” 1984. (Source unknown.)Article
Kanter, Rosabeth Moss. The Change Masters. Simon & Schuster, 1983. (Contributor)Book
Judy L. Walsh
TitlePublication Type
Baron, Josh, Steve Salley and Judith L. Walsh. "Obamacare Rules Post Challenges for S Corp Owners." Family Business Magazine. July/August 2014.Article