Heidi K. Gardner: Awarded first place in the 2007 INFORMS/Organization Science Dissertation Proposal Competition for “Expertise Utilization in Project Teams: A Status-Based Account of Process and Performance.”
Rakesh Khurana: Won the 2007 Best Professional/Scholarly Publishing Book in Business, Finance and Management from the Professional and Scholarly Publishing Division of the Association of American Publishers, for his book From Higher Aims to Hired Hands: The Social Transformation of American Business Schools and the Unfulfilled Promise of Management as a Profession (Princeton University Press, 2007).
Anthony Mayo: Winner of the 2006–2007 Robert F. Greenhill Award for Outstanding Service to the HBS Community.
Boris Groysberg: Winner of the 2006 Emerald Management Reviews Citation of Excellence for "Which Types of Analyst Firms Are More Optimistic?" (with Amanda Paige Cowen and Paul Healy, Journal of Accounting & Economics, April 2006).
Christopher Marquis: Won the 2006 William H. Newman award for outstanding paper based on a recent dissertation for “Historical Environments, Coordination and Consolidation in the U.S. Banking Industry, 1896-2001” (Best Paper Proceedings of the Academy of Management, 2006).
Christopher Marquis: Won the 2006 Louis R. Pondy award for “Historical Environments, Coordination and Consolidation in the U.S. Banking Industry, 1896-2001” (Best Paper Proceedings of the Academy of Management, 2006).
Christopher Marquis: Received a State Farm Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Award in 2004.
Christopher Marquis: Selected as a finalist in the 2004 INFORMS/Organization Science Dissertation Proposal Competition.
Michael L. Tushman: Winner of the 2004 Academy of Management Review Best Paper Award for "Exploitation, Exploration, and Process Management: The Productivity Dilemma Revisited" (with Mary J. Benner, April 2003).
Christopher Marquis: Winner of the 2003 James D. Thompson Award presented by American Sociological Association for "The Pressure of the Past: Network Imprinting in Intercorporate Communities" (Administrative Science Quarterly, December 2003).