2013

  • Rawi E. Abdelal: Received the 2012 Charles M. Williams Award for Excellence in Teaching.

  • Rawi E. Abdelal: Received the 2013 Robert F. Greenhill Award.

  • Juan Alcacer: Awarded Best Paper at the DRUID 2013 Conference in Barcelona, Spain, for "Spatial Organization of Firms: Location Choices through the Value Chain" (with Mercedes Delgado).

  • Juan Alcacer: Received the Meritorious Service Award from Management Science in 2013 for excellence in quality and timeliness of editorial work, in the role of Associate Editor.

  • David J. Collis: “Can You Say What Your Strategy Is?” (with Michael G. Rukstad, April 2008) was selected by the editors at Harvard Business Review for the 2013 HBR OnPoint issue entitled, “Turn Smart Strategy into Winning Performance,” due to the article’s timely relevance in today’s workplace.

  • David J. Collis: Elected a fellow of The International Academy of Management in 2013 in recognition of an outstanding international contribution to the science and art of management.

  • Michael E. Porter: Received an Honorary Doctorate in 2013 from the Universidad Católica Nuestra Señora de la Asunción in Paraguay.

  • Raffaella Sadun: Named Harvard Business School Richard Hodgson Fellow in 2013.

  • Raffaella Sadun: Named a Research Affiliate at the Center for Economic Policy Research in 2013.

  • Hirotaka Takeuchi: Selected as an AIB (Academy of International Business) Fellow in 2013 in recognition of contributions to the scholarly development of the field of international business.

  • David B. Yoffie: Elected 2013 Fellow of The International Academy of Management due to outstanding contribution to science and management.

2012

  • Rawi E. Abdelal: Received the 2012 HBS Student Association Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching in the Required Curriculum.

  • David J. Collis: In 2012, Harvard Business Review ranked “Competing on Resources: Strategy in the 1990s” (with Cynthia Montgomery) as one of the top twenty-five most cited articles of all time.

  • Andrei Hagiu: Winner of the 2012 Association of Competition Economics Best Paper Award for "Why Do Intermediaries Divert Search?" (RAND Journal of Economics, 2011) with Bruno Jullien.

  • Felix Oberholzer-Gee: Received the 2012 Robert F. Greenhill Award.

  • Michael E. Porter: Received an Honorary Doctorate in 2012 from the Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla in Mexico.

  • Jan W. Rivkin: Received the 2012 HBS Student Association Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching in the Elective Curriculum from the HBS Class of 2012.

  • Raffaella Sadun: Recipient of a 2012 Kauffman Foundation Junior Faculty Fellowship in Entrepreneurship Research.

  • Hirotaka Takeuchi: Winner of the 2012 Apgar Award for Innovation in Teaching for his role in developing the Harvard Business School IXP (Immersion Experience Program) Course in Japan.

2011

  • Rawi E. Abdelal: Received the 2011 Apgar Award for Innovation in Teaching.

  • Rebecca M. Henderson: Appointed the John and Natty McArthur University Professor in 2011. The position, which was created in 1935 by the President and Fellows of Harvard University, seeks to recognize exemplary faculty members who have pushed the boundaries of their discipline. President Drew G. Faust called Henderson "a leading voice on the environmental challenges of our time."

  • Felix Oberholzer-Gee: Received the 2011 Apgar Award for Innovation in Teaching.

  • Michael E. Porter: Received an Honorary Doctorate in 2011 from the Illinois Institute of Technology in the United States.

  • Michael E. Porter: Won the first place 2011 McKinsey Award for the best article in Harvard Business Review for “Creating Shared Value” with with Mark R. Kramer.

  • David B. Yoffie: Overall winner of the 2011 European Case Clearing House (ecch) Awards for “Apple Inc. in 2010” with Renee Kim (HBS Case 710-467).

2010

  • David J. Collis: Harvard Business Review Best Selling Author in 2010 with over one quarter of a million reprints sold.

  • Rebecca M. Henderson: Won the 2010 Dan and Mary Lou Schendel Best Paper Award from the Strategic Management Society for her paper with Ian Cockburn, "Measuring Competence? Exploring Firm Effects in Pharmaceutical Research" (Strategic Management Journal, 1994). The award is for a paper published five or more years prior so that the paper's impact on teaching, research, and/or practice can be assessed.

  • Raffaella Sadun: Named a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research in 2010.

  • David B. Yoffie: Won the 2010-2011 Charles M. Williams Award for Teaching Excellence.

2009

  • David J. Collis: Named first-place co-winner of the 50th Anniversary McKinsey Award for the best article in Harvard Business Review during 2008 for the paper (with the late Michael G. Rukstad) "Can You Say What Your Strategy Is?"

  • Tarun Khanna: Elected a fellow of the Academy of International Business in 2009.

  • Michael E. Porter: Received an Honorary Doctorate in 2009 from McGill University in Montreal, Canada.

  • Michael E. Porter: Received an Honorary Doctorate in 2009 from the Nyenrode Business Universiteit in The Netherlands.

  • Michael E. Porter: Received an Honorary Doctorate in 2009 from the Universidad del Pacífico in Lima, Peru.

  • Michael E. Porter: Received an Honorary Doctorate in 2009 from the University of Toronto in Canada.

  • Jan W. Rivkin: Received the 2009 Charles M. Williams Award for Excellence in Teaching.

  • Jan W. Rivkin: Received the 2009 HBS Student Association Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching in the Required Curriculum from the HBS Class of 2009.

  • Raffaella Sadun: Named a Research Associate at the Centre for Economic Performance at the London School of Economics and Political Science in 2009.

2008

  • David J. Collis: Selected as the Outstanding Reviewer for Business Policy and Strategy Division of the Academy of Management in 2008.

  • Michael E. Porter: Received an Honorary Doctorate in 2008 from the Leipzig Graduate School of Management in Germany.

  • Michael E. Porter: Received the first Lifetime Achievement Award in Economic Development from the U.S. Department of Commerce in 2008.

  • David B. Yoffie: Winner of the 2008-2009 Robert F. Greenhill Award for Outstanding Service to the HBS Community.

2007

  • Tarun Khanna: Nominated as a Young Global Leader 2007 by the World Economic Forum. The honor, bestowed annually, recognizes a group of 250 top leaders in business, government, academia, and the media--all below the age of 41--for their professional accomplishments, their commitment to society, and their potential to contribute to shaping the future of the world. This year's group was chosen from a pool of more than 4,000 candidates.

  • Michael E. Porter: Winner of the 2007 James A. Hamilton Book of the Year Award from the American College of Healthcare Executives for Redefining Health Care with Elizabeth O. Teisberg (Harvard Business School Press, 2006).

  • Michael E. Porter: Received an Honorary Doctorate in 2007 from the Universidad de los Andes in Bogota, Colombia.

  • Michael E. Porter: Received an Honorary Doctorate in 2007 from the Universidad Deusto in Bilbao, Spain.

2006

  • Andrei Hagiu: Invisible Engines: How Software Platforms Drive Innovation and Transform Industries, co-authored with David S. Evans and Richard Schmalensee (MIT Press, 2006), won the 2006 Annual Book Award for Excellence in Business, Management, and Accounting from the Association of American Publishers (AAP) Professional and Scholarly Publishing Division (PSP).

  • Felix Oberholzer-Gee: Received the 2006 HBS Student Association Faculty Teaching Award.

  • Michael E. Porter: Received an Honorary Doctorate in 2006 from the Háskóli Islands (University of Iceland) in Reykjavik.

  • Michael E. Porter: Won the first place 2006 McKinsey Award for the best article in Harvard Business Review for “Strategy and Society: The Link Between Competitive Advantage and Corporate Social Responsibility” with Mark R. Kramer.

2005

  • Michael E. Porter: Elected a charter member of the Fellows of the Strategic Management Society in 2005.

  • Michael E. Porter: Received the 2005 Distinguished Contributor to Case Research and Teaching Award from the North American Case Research Association (NACRA).

  • Michael E. Porter: Elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh in 2005.

  • Michael E. Porter: Awarded the 2005 John Kenneth Galbraith Medal by the American Agricultural Economics Association (AAEA) for his “breakthrough discoveries in economics and outstanding contributions to humanity through leadership, research, and service.”

2004

  • Rawi E. Abdelal: Received the 2004 HBS Student Association Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching in the Required Curriculum.

2003

  • Michael E. Porter: Won the 2003 Academy of Management Career Achievement Award for Distinguished Scholarly Contributions to Management.

  • Michael E. Porter: Received an Honorary Doctorate in 2003 from Handelshøyskolen BI (the BI Norwegian School of Management) in Oslo.

2002

  • Rawi E. Abdelal: Winner of the 2002 Marshall Shulman Prize for Outstanding Book on International Relations for National Purpose in the World Economy: Post-Soviet States in Comparative Perspective (Cornell University Press, 2001).

  • Rawi E. Abdelal: Received the 2002 Robert F. Greenhill Award.

  • Felix Oberholzer-Gee: Winner of the 2002 Helen Kardon Moss Anvil Award for best teacher in the Wharton MBA program.

  • Michael E. Porter: Won the second place 2002 McKinsey Award for the best article in Harvard Business Review for “The Competitive Advantage of Corporate Philanthropy” with Mark R. Kramer.

  • Michael E. Porter: Received the Order of José Dolores Estrada, Batalla de San Jacinto, with the rank of Great Cross, from the government of Nicaragua in 2002.

2001

  • Rebecca M. Henderson: Named the 2001 Teacher of the Year at the MIT Sloan School of Management.

  • Michael E. Porter: Won the first place 2001 McKinsey Award for the best article in Harvard Business Review for “Strategy and the Internet.”

  • Michael E. Porter: Received an Honorary Doctorate in 2001 from the Universidad de San Martín de Porres in Lima, Peru.

2000

  • David B. Yoffie: Won the 2000-2001 Harvard Business School Apgar Award for Innovation in Teaching.

1999

  • Tarun Khanna: Winner of the 1999 Best Paper Prize from the Business Policy and Strategy Division of the Academy of Management for "Estimating the Performance Effects of Networks in Emerging Markets" (with Jan Rivkin, Strategic Management Journal, January 2001).

  • Michael E. Porter: Received an Honorary Doctorate in 1999 from the Ecole des hautes études commerciales et Paris (HEC School of Management) in France.

  • Jan W. Rivkin: Winner of the 1999 Best Paper Prize from the Business Policy and Strategy Division of the Academy of Management for "Estimating the Performance Effects of Networks in Emerging Markets" (with Tarun Khanna, Strategic Management Journal, January 2001).

1998

  • Rawi E. Abdelal: Winner of the Harrison Prize for Best Article Published in Political Studies during 1998 for "The Politics of Monetary Leadership and Followership: Stability in the European Monetary System Since the Currency Crisis of 1992" (June 1998).

  • Michael E. Porter: Received the Creu de Sant Jordi in 1998 from the Government of Catalonia, Spain

  • Michael E. Porter: Received the 1998 Award for Distinguished Contribution to the Field of Management from the International Academy of Management.

1997

  • Felix Oberholzer-Gee: Winner of the 1997 Raymond Vernon Prize for outstanding article for "Fair Siting Procedures—An Empirical Analysis of Their Importance and Characteristics" (with Bruno S. Frey, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, summer 1996).

  • Michael E. Porter: Won the 1997 Adam Smith Award from the National Association for Business Economics.

1996

  • Rebecca M. Henderson: Winner of the 1996 Shingo Prize for Excellence in Manufacturing Research for "Maintaining Leadership across Product Generations: The Case of Canon in Photolighographic Alignment Equipment" (Managing Product Development, 1996).

  • Michael E. Porter: Received an Honorary Doctorate in 1996 from INCAE Business School in Alajuela, Costa Rica.

  • Michael E. Porter: Won the second place 1996 McKinsey Award for the best article in Harvard Business Review for “What Is Strategy?”

1995

  • Michael E. Porter: Selected as a Fellow of the World Academy of Productivity Science in 1995.

  • Michael E. Porter: Received an Honorary Doctorate in 1995 from the Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez in Santiago, Chile.

1994

  • Michael E. Porter: Received the 1994 Award for Outstanding Contribution to Competitiveness from the American Society for Competitiveness.

  • Michael E. Porter: Received an Honorary Doctorate in 1994 from Mount Ida College in the United States.

  • Michael E. Porter: Received an Honorary Doctorate in 1994 from the Universidade Técnica de Lisboa in Portugal.

1993

  • Michael E. Porter: Received an Honorary Doctorate in 1993 from Erasmus University in The Netherlands.

  • Michael E. Porter: Received the 1993 Irwin Outstanding Educator Award from the Academy of Management.

1991

  • Michael E. Porter: Won the 1991 Charles Coolidge Parlin Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Field of Marketing and Strategy from the American Marketing Association.

  • Michael E. Porter: Elected in 1991 as a foreign member of the Ingenjörsvetenskapsakademien (Royal Academy of Engineering Sciences) in Sweden.

  • Michael E. Porter: Received an Honorary Doctorate in 1991 from Johnson & Wales University in the United States.

1989

  • Michael E. Porter: Received an Honorary Doctorate in 1989 from Stockholm School of Economics in Sweden.

1987

  • Michael E. Porter: Won the first place 1987 McKinsey Award for the best article in Harvard Business Review for “From Competitive Advantage to Corporate Strategy.”

1986

  • David J. Collis: Named 1986 Dean's Doctoral Fellow at Harvard Business School.

1985

  • Michael E. Porter: Elected a Fellow of the International Academy of Management in 1985.

  • Michael E. Porter: Winner of the 1985 George R. Terry Book Award from the Academy of Management for Competitive Advantage (Free Press, 1985).

1980

  • Michael E. Porter: Winner of a 1980 Graham and Dodd Scroll Award from the Financial Analysts Journal for "Industry Structure and Competitive Strategy: Keys to Profitability" (1980).

  • Michael E. Porter: Competitive Strategy (Free Press, 1980) was selected as one of the Outstanding Academic Books for 1980–1981 by Choice Magazine.

1979

  • Michael E. Porter: Won the first place 1979 McKinsey Award for the best article in Harvard Business Review for “How Competitive Forces Shape Strategy.”

1978

  • David J. Collis: Selected as a 1978 Baker Scholar at Harvard Business School.

1976

  • David J. Collis: Selected as a 1976 Downing Scholar at University of Cambridge.

  • David J. Collis: Named the 1976 Wrenbury Scholar at University of Cambridge (top academic economist of the class).

1973

  • Michael E. Porter: Winner of the 1973–1974 David A. Wells Prize in Economics from Harvard University for “Consumer Behavior, Retailer Power, and Manufacturer Strategy in Consumer Goods Industries” (Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Harvard University, 1973).

1971

  • Michael E. Porter: Distinguished as a Baker Scholar in 1971 at Harvard Business School.

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1965

  • Michael E. Porter: Member, All State Baseball Team, New Jersey, 1965 and previous years.

  • Michael E. Porter: Member, All State Football Team, New Jersey, 1965 and previous years.