Researchers lauded for contribution to management scholarship
LONDON, ON, Aug. 10 /CNW/ - Richard Ivey School of Business professors
were honoured in Chicago this past weekend with the Decade Award from the
Academy of Management Review, the pre-eminent journal for management and
organization scholars around the world.
The award recognizes the article published in Academy of Management
Review (AMR) from 10 years earlier that has the highest citations. The
article, "An Organizational Learning Framework: From Intuition to
Institution," was written by Mary M. Crossan, Professor, Richard Ivey School
of Business; Henry W. Lane, Professor, Northeastern University and a former
Ivey professor; and Roderick E. White, Associate Dean, Faculty Development &
Research, Richard Ivey School of Business.
"It is clear your article has made a significant impact on management
scholarship and we're delighted to have published it in AMR," said Amy J.
Hillman, Executive Dean, W. P. Carey School of Business and Editor, Academy of
"This is a great honour for Ivey's Mary Crossan, Rod White and their
former Ivey colleague Harry Lane," said Carol Stephenson, Dean, Richard Ivey
School of Business. "This award shows what a dedicated team of Ivey faculty
can accomplish and speaks to their role in leading and shaping management
The article develops a framework for the process of organizational
learning. It presents organizational learning as four processes - intuiting,
interpreting, integrating and institutionalizing - linking the individual,
group and organizational levels.
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(www.ivey.ca) offers undergraduate (HBA) and graduate (MBA, Executive MBA and
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Ivey has campuses in London (Ontario), Toronto, and Hong Kong. Ivey recently
redesigned its curriculum to focus on Cross-Enterprise Leadership - a holistic
issues-based approach to management education that meets the demands of
today's complex global business world.
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