2014

  • Jill J. Avery: Won a 2014 Case Centre Award in the Marketing Category for her case with Thomas Steenburgh and Naseem Dahod, “HubSpot: Inbound Marketing and Web 2.0” (HBS Case No. 509-049).

  • Geoffrey G. Jones: Awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the Faculty of Philosophy at University of Helsinki, Finland, for distinguished research in business history, 2014.

  • Casey M. Lurtz: Recipient of a 2013–2014 Predoctoral Fellowship from the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies.

2013

  • Geoffrey G. Jones: Winner of the 2013 Oxford Journals Article Prize with Christina Lubinski for the best article published in Enterprise & Society in the previous year for their paper, "Managing Political Risk in Global Business: Beiersdorf 1914-1990" (March 2012).

  • Rosabeth M. Kanter: Received the 2013 William Foote Whyte Distinguished Career Award from the Sociological Practice and Public Sociology Section of the American Sociological Association.

  • Lynn S. Paine: Received the 2013 Robert F. Greenhill Award.

  • Krishna G. Palepu: Elected a Fellow of the International Academy of Management in 2013.

2012

  • Jill J. Avery: Winner of the 2012 Marketing Science Institute Best Paper Award for articles published in the "Consumer Identities" special issue of the International Journal of Research in Marketing for the article entitled "Defending the Markers of Masculinity: Consumer Resistance to Brand Gender-Bending."

  • Nancy F. Koehn: Selected in 2012 as one of the World's Best Business School Professors by Poets and Quants.

  • Casey M. Lurtz: Awarded the 2011–2013 Bessie Pierce Prize Preceptorship from the University of Chicago.

  • Casey M. Lurtz: Recipient of a 2012 Williams Dissertation Research Grant from the University of Chicago, Division of the Social Sciences.

2011

  • Jill J. Avery: Received the 2011 MBA Award for Teaching Excellence at Simmons School of Management by vote of the graduating MBA students.

  • Clayton M. Christensen: Won the 2011 Thinkers50 Innovation Award for his application of disruptive innovation to the social issues of education and healthcare. The biennial award recognizes a management thinker who has “reshaped the way we think about and practice innovation.”

  • Robert G. Eccles: Selected on January 31, 2011 as one of the Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior by Trust Across America.

  • William W. George: Awarded an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree in 2011 by St. Thomas University.

  • Rebecca M. Henderson: Appointed the John and Natty McArthur University Professor in 2011. The position, which was created in 1935 by the President and Fellows of Harvard University, seeks to recognize exemplary faculty members who have pushed the boundaries of their discipline. President Drew G. Faust called Henderson "a leading voice on the environmental challenges of our time."

  • Geoffrey G. Jones: Honored in 2011 as the May Ushiyama Honorary Professor of Beauty Business.

  • Rosabeth M. Kanter: Given the 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award by the Massachusetts Women's Political Caucus for her work on removing barriers to women's inclusion in the corporate and public worlds and for personal service as advisor to Governors and other public officials on economic issues.

  • Rosabeth M. Kanter: Won the second place 2011 McKinsey Award for the best article in Harvard Business Review during 2010 for “How Great Companies Think Differently.”

  • Casey M. Lurtz: Recipient of a 2010–2011 Fulbright Hays Dissertation Development Research Award.

  • Lynn S. Paine: Won the 2011 Faculty Pioneer Lifetime Achievement Award from The Aspen Institute Center for Business Education.

  • Robert C. Pozen: Received the 2011 Fund Action Lifetime Achievement Award for his work in the mutual fund industry.

  • Robert C. Pozen: Received an Honorary Master of Business Administration Degree in 2011 from Boston College.

2010

  • Clayton M. Christensen: Received the 2010 James A. Hamilton Award from the American College of Healthcare Executives for the book (with Jerome H. Grossman M.D. and Jason Hwang M.D.) The Innovator's Prescription: A Disruptive Solution for Health Care (McGraw-Hill, 2009). Given annually, the award honors a management or healthcare book deemed most outstanding.

  • Clayton M. Christensen: Received the 2010 Lifetime Achievement Award for Disruptive Innovation at the Tribeca Film Festival.

  • Alnoor Ebrahim: "Putting the Brakes on Impact: A Contingency Framework for Measuring Social Performance" (with V. Kasturi Rangan) was runner-up for the 2010 Carlo Masini Award for Innovative Scholarship from the Public and Nonprofit Division of the Academy of Management.

  • Alnoor Ebrahim: Nominated for the 2010 Carolyn Dexter Award from the Academy of Management with V. Kasturi Rangan for “Putting the Brakes on Impact: A Contingency Framework for Measuring Social Performance” (Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings, August 2010).

  • Robert G. Eccles: Won the 2010 PROSE Award for Professional and Scholarly Excellence in the Business, Finance & Management category for his book with Michael Krzus, One Report: Integrated Reporting for a Sustainable Strategy (John Wiley and Sons, 2010). This award is given by the Professional and Scholarly Publishing Division of the Association of American Publishers.

  • David A. Garvin: Rethinking the MBA: Business Education at a Crossroads (Datar, Garvin, Cullen, Harvard Business Press, 2010) was selected by Strategy + Business as one of the Best Business Books of 2010.

  • Rebecca M. Henderson: Won the 2010 Dan and Mary Lou Schendel Best Paper Award from the Strategic Management Society for her paper with Ian Cockburn, "Measuring Competence? Exploring Firm Effects in Pharmaceutical Research" (Strategic Management Journal, 1994). The award is for a paper published five or more years prior so that the paper's impact on teaching, research, and/or practice can be assessed.

  • Rosabeth M. Kanter: Honored with the 2010 International Leadership Award from the Association of Leadership Professionals at its annual meeting in Fort Worth, Texas.

  • Rosabeth M. Kanter: Named one of the 125 women who changed our lives over the past 125 years by Good Housekeeping in the May 2010 issue celebrating the magazine's 125th anniversary. She was cited for her ground-breaking research on the toll of tokenism, work/family conflicts, fostering diversity, and the creation of successful organizations which has helped women become stronger, more strategic leaders.

  • William C. Kirby: Received an Honorary Doctor of Humanities Honoris Causa in 2010 from Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

2009

  • Clayton M. Christensen: Received the 2009 Big Picture Award in recognition of his work in the field of disruptive innovation in public education. This was the inaugural award for creative innovation in education given by Big Picture Learning.

  • Clayton M. Christensen: Received the Second Place McKinsey Award for the best article in Harvard Business Review during 2009 for the paper "The Innovator's DNA" (with Jeffrey H. Dyer and Hal B. Gregersen)

  • Geoffrey G. Jones: Elected a Fellow of the Academy of International Business in 2009.

  • Rosabeth M. Kanter: Rosabeth Moss Kanter was honored with the 2010 International Leadership Award from the Association of Leadership Professionals at their annual meeting in Fort Worth, Texas.

2008

  • Jill J. Avery: Winner of the Best Paper Award for papers presented at the 2008 Association for Consumer Research (ACR) Conference on Gender, Marketing, and Consumer Behavior for the paper entitled "Defending the Markers of Hegemonic Masculinity: Consumer Resistance to Gender-Bending Brand Extensions."

  • Regina E. Herzlinger: Awarded honorary membership in the American College of Physician Executives in 2008 in recognition of her many contributions to the advancement of medical management.

  • Rosabeth M. Kanter: Awarded an Honorary Doctoral degree by Aalborg University, Denmark, in November 2008.

2007

  • Regina E. Herzlinger: Winner of the 2007 Pioneer in Health Economics Award from Consumers for Health Care Choices.

2006

  • Jill J. Avery: Won the 2006 Wyss Award for Excellence in Doctoral Research.

2005

  • Alnoor Ebrahim: Winner of the 2005 Editors' Prize for Best Scholarly Paper in Nonprofit Management and Leadership for "Making Sense of Accountability: Conceptual Perspectives for Northern and Southern Nonprofits" (winter 2003).

  • David A. Garvin: Robert F. Greenhill Award for service, Harvard Business School, 2005.

2004

  • Jill J. Avery: Nominated for the 2004 Joseph R. Levenson Memorial Teaching Prize for exceptional teaching of undergraduates at Harvard.

  • Alnoor Ebrahim: Winner of the Outstanding Book Award in 2004 from the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action for NGOs and Organizational Change: Discourse, Reporting and Learning (Cambridge University Press, 2003).

2003

  • Jill J. Avery: Awarded the Harvard University Certificate of Distinction in Teaching in 2003 from the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning for her service as a teaching fellow for the undergraduate course "Social Psychology of Organizations" at Harvard College.

  • Alnoor Ebrahim: Winner of the 2003 Outstanding Article in Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly Award for "Information Struggles: The Role of Information in the Reproduction of NGO-Funder Relationships" (March 2002).

  • David A. Garvin: Smith-Weld Prize for the best Harvard Magazine article about the University, 2003.

2001

2000

  • Regina E. Herzlinger: Winner of the 2000 Articles of Merit Competition of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) Financial and Management Accounting Committee for "The Outsiders" (Management Accounting, June 2000).

  • Geoffrey G. Jones: Winner of the Wadsworth Prize for the most outstanding book published on British business history in 2000 for Merchants to Multinationals (Oxford University Press, 2000).

1999

  • Geoffrey G. Jones: Winner of the Newcomen-Harvard Award for the most outstanding book published in business history in the United States 1998–2000 for Merchants to Multinationals (Oxford University Press, 2000).

  • Krishna G. Palepu: Business Analysis and Valuation Using Financial Statements (South-Western College Publishing, 1996), with Victor L. Bernard and Paul M. Healy, won the 1999 American Accounting Association Notable Contributions to Accounting Literature Award.

1998

  • David A. Garvin: Richard Beckhard Memorial Prize for the best MIT Sloan Management Review article on planned change and organizational development, 1998.

  • Regina E. Herzlinger: Winner of the 1998 James A. Hamilton Book of the Year Award presented by American College of Healthcare Executives for Market-Driven Health Care (Addison-Wesley Publishing Co. Inc., 1996).

1997

  • Krishna G. Palepu: Business Analysis and Valuation Using Financial Statements (South-Western College Publishing, 1996), with Victor L. Bernard and Paul M. Healy, won the 1997 Wildman Medal Award from the American Accounting Association.

1996

  • Rebecca M. Henderson: Winner of the 1996 Shingo Prize for Excellence in Manufacturing Research for "Maintaining Leadership across Product Generations: The Case of Canon in Photolighographic Alignment Equipment" (Managing Product Development, 1996).

1993

  • David A. Garvin: McKinsey Award, Second Place for the best article in Harvard Business Review, 1993.

1992

  • David A. Garvin: National University Continuing Education Association Frandson Award for Outstanding Publication in Higher Education, 1992.

1991

  • David A. Garvin: International Film and TV Festival of New York, Finalist, Film, Video, Slide and A/V Productions Competition, 1991.

1983

  • David A. Garvin: McKinsey Award, First Place for the best article in Harvard Business Review, 1982.

1982

  • David A. Garvin: McKinsey Award, First Place for the best article in Harvard Business Review, 1981.