2014

  • Ryan L. Raffaelli: Selected as a finalist for the 2014 Best Dissertation Award from the Technology and Innovation Management Division of the Academy of Management.

  • Ryan L. Raffaelli: Winner of the 2014 Giarratani Rising Star Award for Best Paper from the Industry Studies Association for “Mechanisms of Technology Re-Emergence and Identity Change in a Mature Industry: Swiss Watchmaking, 1970-2008” (HBS Working Paper 14-048, 2013).

  • Ryan L. Raffaelli: Winner of the 2014 Grigor McClelland Doctoral Dissertation Award from the European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), the Journal of Management Studies (JMS), and the Society for the Advancement of Management Studies (SAMS).

  • Ryan L. Raffaelli: Selected as a finalist for the 2014 INFORMS Best Dissertation Award, Technology, Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship Section.

  • Michael L. Tushman: Winner of the 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD).

2013

2012

2011

  • 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.”

  • 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.

  • Gautam Mukunda: Received a 2011 BioBricks Foundation Fellowship to present at Synthetic Biology 5.0 at Stanford University.

  • Gautam Mukunda: Selected as a Regional Finalist for the 2011 White House Fellowship.

  • Michael L. Tushman: Won the 2011 Sumantra Ghoshal Award for Rigour and Relevance in the Study of Management from London Business School.

2010

  • 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."

  • Gautam Mukunda: Selected as a 2010 Next Generation Fellow at the American Assembly.

  • Gautam Mukunda: Winner of the 2010 SynBERC Poster Award at the SynBERC Annual Retreat.

  • 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.

  • Michael L. Tushman: Honored with the 2010 INFORMS Distinguished Lecture in Technology Management.

2009

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Gautam Mukunda: Received a 2009 American Political Science Association Travel Grant.

2008

  • 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.

  • Ranjay Gulati: Won the 2007–2008 Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA Program Best Professor Award.

  • Rakesh Khurana: Received the 2008 Charles M. Williams Award for Excellence in Teaching.

  • Rakesh Khurana: Won the 2008 Max Weber Award for Best Book from the American Sociological Association Section on Organization, Occupations and Work 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).

  • Gautam Mukunda: Received a 2008 BioBricks Foundation Fellowship to present at Synthetic Biology 4.0 in Hong Kong.

  • Gautam Mukunda: Awarded the Harvard University Certificate of Distinction in Teaching in 2008 from the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning.

  • Gautam Mukunda: Awarded a 2007-2009 National Science Foundation Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (NSF IGERT) to study the forecasting, management, and implications of emerging technologies.

  • Michael L. Tushman: Received the Doctorate Honoris Causa from the Université de Genève in 2008.

2007

  • Robin J. Ely: Received the 2007 Academy of Management Mentoring Best Practices Award and the Making Connections Award from the Organizational Behavior Division of the Academy of Management.

  • Robin J. Ely: Won with David A. Thomas the 2007 Administrative Science Quarterly Award for Scholarly Contribution for their paper, "Cultural Diversity at Work: The Effects of Diversity Perspectives on Work Group Processes and Outcomes" (Administrative Science Quarterly, June 2001). The award was established in 1995 to recognize authors of papers published in ASQ that have made exceptional contributions to the field of organization studies and is given annually for the most significant paper published in ASQ five years earlier.

  • 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.

  • Gautam Mukunda: Awarded a 2007 Seminar on Public Policy and Nuclear Threats Fellowship from the Institute on Global Conflict & Cooperation.

  • Gautam Mukunda: Received a 2007 Synthetic Biology 3.0 Travel Fellowship to present at Synthetic Biology 3.0 in Zurich, Switzerland.

2006

  • 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 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: 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).

  • Gautam Mukunda: • Awarded a 2006 Carnegie Endowment Biosecurity Fellowship to attend a Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation Biosecurity Seminar.

  • Gautam Mukunda: Awarded a 2005-2007 Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans.

  • Gautam Mukunda: Selected to attend the 2006 Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation Seminar on Public Policy and Biological Threats.

2004

  • Christopher Marquis: Selected as a finalist in the 2004 INFORMS/Organization Science Dissertation Proposal Competition.

  • Christopher Marquis: Received a State Farm Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Award in 2004.

  • 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).

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).

  • Jeffrey T. Polzer: Winner of the 2003 Outstanding Publication in Organizational Behavior from the Academy of Management's Organizational Behavior Division for "Capitalizing on Diversity: Interpersonal Congruence in Small Work Groups" (with L.P. Milton and W.B. Swann Jr., Administrative Science Quarterly, June 2002).

  • Michael L. Tushman: Won the 2003 Distinguished Scholar Award from the Organization and Management Theory Division of the Academy of Management.

2002

  • 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).

1999

  • Michael L. Tushman: Won the 1999 Distinguished Scholar Award from the Technology and Innovation Management Division of the Academy of Management.

1998

  • 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).

1997

  • 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).

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).

1993

  • Ranjay Gulati: Named a Harvard MacArthur Fellow for 1992–1993.

1991

  • 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).

1990

  • 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).

1986

  • Michael L. Tushman: Winner of the 1986 Pacific Telesis Foundation Award for "Convergence and Upheaval: Managing the Unsteady Pace of Organizational Evolution" (with W. Newman and E. Romanelli, California Management Review, fall 1986).