Michael W. Toffel: Winner of the 2013 Paul Kleindorfer Award in Sustainability from the Production and Operations Management Society (POMS). The award recognizes “young scholars who have already distinguished themselves through the breadth and innovativeness of their scholarly work on questions related to sustainable operations and the social and environmental impact of business."
Frances X. Frei: Received multiple HBS Student Association Faculty Teaching Awards.
Douglas S. Fearing: Winner of the 2013 Alpha Award for Best Research Paper at the 2013 Sloan Sports Analytics Conference for his paper with Timothy Chan, "The Value of Flexibility in Baseball Roster Construction."
Pian Shu: Received the Kauffman Foundation Dissertation Fellowship in Entrepreneurship in 2012.
Anita L. Tucker: "Designed for Workarounds: A Qualitative Study of Hospitals' Internal Supply Chains" (with C. Folck, W.S. Heisler, and L. Janisse) was selected for publication in the 2012 Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.
Amy C. Edmondson: Honorable Mention, 2012 Best Conference Paper Prize from the Strategic Management Society for "Managing Ambiguity: Growing a New Business in a Nascent Industry" with Tiona Zuzul.
Amy C. Edmondson: Winner of the Best Paper with Practical Implications Award from the Organizational Behavior Division of the Academy of Management for her paper with Melissa Valentine, "Team Scaffolds: How Minimal In-Group Structures Support Fast-Paced Teaming" (HBS Working Paper 12–062 and Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, 2012).
Alan D. MacCormack: Finalist for the Best Paper Award from the Technology and Innovation Management Division of the Academy of Management for the paper “The Architecture of Complex Systems: Do Core-Periphery Structures Dominate?” (2010).
Alan D. MacCormack: Won the Outstanding Teacher Award at MIT Sloan School of Management in 2009.
Ryan W. Buell: Winner of the 2012 Doctoral Programs Dean's Award, honoring graduating students who have made extraordinary contributions to the overall success of the doctoral programs, and to the Harvard, HBS, and broader communities.