Faculty News | | 07 Jul 2010
Innovation in Entrepreneurship Pedagogy Award
Re: Noam T. Wasserman
Associate Professor Noam T. Wasserman has won the Innovation in Entrepreneurship Pedagogy Award from the Academy of Management in recognition of his second-year MBA elective course, Founders' Dilemmas. Based on his research during the past decade, the popular course examines the early founding decisions that have important and often unexpected long-term consequences for both founders and their enterprises. He will formally receive the award at the Academy's annual meeting in Montreal in August. Wasserman received his Ph.D. in organizational behavior from Harvard University in 2002 and his MBA (with high distinction as a Baker Scholar) from Harvard Business School in 1999.

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