Julie Battilana: Selected by the French-American Foundation as one of 20 participants (10 French and 10 American) in the 2009 Young Leader program. The French-American Foundation is the principal non-governmental organization linking France and the United States at leadership levels and across the full range of the French-American relationship.
Roy Y.J. Chua: “Guanxi versus networking: Distinctive configurations of affect- and cognition-based trust in the networks of Chinese and American managers” with M.W. Morris and P. Ingram (Journal of International Business Studies, 2009) was selected as one of the top five articles in International Human Resources Management for 2009 by the International HRM Scholarly Achievement Award committee, Human Resources Division, Academy of Management.
Heidi K. Gardner: Selected as the Outstanding Reviewer for Organizational Behavior Division of the Academy of Management in 2009.
Heidi K. Gardner: Won the 2009 Outstanding Practical Implications for Management Paper from the Organizational Behavior Division of the Academy of Management for “Feeling the Heat: The Effects of Performance Pressure on Teams’ Knowledge Use and Performance” (Best Paper Proceedings of the Academy of Management, 2009).
Ranjay Gulati: Elected a fellow of the Strategic Management Society in 2009.
Jay W. Lorsch: Elected to Directorship magazine's Corporate Governance Hall of Fame in 2009. Hall of Fame members are a select number of exemplary individuals who have so uniquely contributed to the shape of modern corporate governance that they deserve special recognition.
Joshua D. Margolis: Won the 2009 Outstanding Publication in Organizational Behavior Award from the Academy of Management for the paper (with Andrew Molinsky) "Navigating the Bind of Necessary Evils: Psychological Engagement and the Production of Interpersonally Sensitive Behavior" in the Academy of Management Journal (2008).
Christopher Marquis: Runner-up for the Best Published Paper in Organization and Management Theory from the Academy of Management in 2009 for “The Contingent Nature of Public Policy and the Growth of U.S. Commercial Banking” (Academy of Management Journal, 2009) with Zhi Huang.
Jay W. Lorsch: Jay W. Lorsch was elected to Directorship magazine's Corporate Governance Hall of Fame in 2009. Hall of Fame members are a select number of exemplary individuals who have so uniquely contributed to the shape of modern corporate governance that they deserve special recognition.
Ethan S. Bernstein: Selected as one of the inaugural Kauffman Foundation Fellows in Law, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship (later known as the Kauffman Foundation Fellow in Law, Innovation, and Growth) for 2008-2010.