Scott A. Snook: Winner of the 2002 George R. Terry Book Award from the Academy of Management for Friendly Fire: The Accidental Shootdown of U.S. Black Hawks Over Northern Iraq (Princeton University Press, 2000).
Michael L. Tushman: Won the 1999 Distinguished Scholar Award from the Technology and Innovation Management Division of the Academy of Management.
Michael L. Tushman: Winner of the 1998 Stephan Schrader Best Paper Award from the Academy of Management for "Dominant Designs, Innovation Types and Organizational Outcomes" (with P. Murmann, Research in Organizational Behavior, 1998).
Rakesh Khurana: Won the 1997 George S. Dively Award for outstanding dissertation research.
Michael L. Tushman: Winner of the 1997 Anderson Consulting Award for "Ambidextrous Organizations: Managing Evolutionary and Revolutionary Change" (with Charles O'Reilly, California Management Review, summer 1996).
Ranjay Gulati: Won the 1996 Best Paper Award from the Organization and Management Theory Division of the Academy of Management for "Customization or Conformity? An Institutional and Network Perspective on the Content and Consequences of TQM Adoption" with James Westphal and Steve Shortell (Administrative Science Quarterly, June 1997).
Scott A. Snook: Winner of the Sage-Louis Pondy Best Dissertation Award in 1996 from the Academy of Management for "Practical Drift: The Friendly Fire Shootdown Over Northern Iraq" (Harvard Business School, 1996).
Ranjay Gulati: Named a Harvard MacArthur Fellow for 1992–1993.
Robin J. Ely: Winner of the 1991 Dorothy Harlow Best Paper Award for "Gender Difference: What Difference Does it Make?" (Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, January 1991).
Robin J. Ely: Nominated for the 1990 Dorothy Harlow Best Paper Award for "The Role of Men in Relationships among Professional Women" (Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, January 1990).