Organizational Behavior

Karen Golden-Biddle Honored with 2011 Distinguished Mentor Award

Karen Golden-Biddle, Everett W. Lord Distinguished Faculty Scholar in Organizational Behavior, has been honored with Boston University School of Management’s 2011 Distinguished Mentor Award. This accolade, given by the PhD School of Management Association, recognizes a faculty member who has... More

Colin Fisher Named a Peter Paul Career Development Professor

Colin Fisher, Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior, has been named a Peter Paul Career Development Professor for the Academic Year 2011-2012. This highly competitive one-year award honors promising faculty with no more than two years in residence at Boston University.  The... More

Kathy Kram Honored by Academy of Management

Professor of Organizational Behavior Kathy E. Kram, Shipley Professor of Management, has been honored with the 2011 Everett Cherrington Hughes Award from the Academy of Management. It is the Academy’s premier award in the Careers Division and recognizes scholarship which has... More

Professor Michelle Barton on What Wildland Firefighters Can Teach Us about Crisis Management

Boston University School of Management Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior Michelle Barton’s recent research takes a unique approach to exploring crisis management.  Along with co-author Kathleen M. Sutcliffe, Barton analyzed teams of wildland fire fighters, gleaning clues about the leadership... More

New Book Spotlight: Barry Dym’s Managing Leadership Transition for Nonprofits

Boston University School of Management’s Barry Dym sees a watershed moment approaching for nonprofits across the U.S., one that could have repercussions for the nation’s broader economy. Dym is Founder and Executive Director of the School’s Institute for Nonprofit Management &... More