Roy Y.J. Chua: Received the 2012 Best Reviewer Award from Management and Organization Review.
Julie Battilana: “How Actors Change Institutions: Towards a Theory of Institutional Entrepreneurship” with Bernard Leca and Eva Boxenbaum (Academy of Management Annals, 2009) was named by Science Watch as the August 2011 “Fast Breaking Paper” in Economics and Business. A Fast Breaking Paper is “a very recent scientific contribution that is just beginning to attract the attention of the scientific community.”
Roy Y.J. Chua: Received the 2011 Outstanding Reviewer Award from the Journal of Trust Research.
William W. George: Awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree in 2011 by St. Thomas University.
Boris Groysberg: Won the 2011 Axiom Business Book Award Gold Medal in the Operations Management category for Chasing Stars: The Myth of Talent and the Portability of Performance (Princeton University Press, 2010).
Linda A. Hill: Included as one of the 2011 Thinkers50—the definitive listing of the world’s top 50 business thinkers.
Michael L. Tushman: Won the 2011 Sumantra Ghoshal Award for Rigour and Relevance in the Study of Management from London Business School.
Ethan S. Bernstein: Won the 2010 Susan G. Cohen Doctoral Research Award in Organization Design, Effectiveness, and Change from the CEO (Center for Effective Organizations at the USC Marshall School of Business) and the Academy of Management's Organization Development and Change Division for his work, "Innovation Boundaries: Deconstructing Autonomy."
Scott A. Snook: Won a 2010 Emerald Literati Network Award for Excellence for an Outstanding Paper in Leadership & Organization Development Journal for "Big Five Personality Factors, Hardiness, and Social Judgment as Predictors of Leader Performance" with Paul T. Bartone, Jarle Eid, Bjorn Helge Johnsen, and Jon Christian Laberg (2009).
Michael L. Tushman: Won the 2010 Accenture Award with Charles O'Reilly and Bruce Harreld for the article "Organizational Ambidexterity: IBM and Emerging Business Opportunities" (California Management Review, summer 2009). The Accenture Award is given each year to the author (or authors) of the article published in the preceding volume of the California Management Review that has made the most important contribution to improving the practice of management.