2012 Susan G. Cohen Doctoral Research Award
The 2012 winner of the Susan G. Cohen Doctoral Research Award in Organization Design, Effectiveness, and Change is Faaiza Rashid of Harvard University for the dissertation, Authorized Peer Pressure: Effective Real-time Accountability in Cross-disciplinary Teams.
Congratulations to Faaiza!
The Susan G. Cohen Research Award in Organization Design, Effectiveness, and Change, jointly given by CEO and the Organization Development and Change (ODC) division of the Academy of Management, is offered in remembrance of Dr. Susan Cohen, who was a research scientist at CEO, in the Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, from 1988-2006.
The award provides $2,500 in research funding to a doctoral student whose research work is compatible with the work that captivated Dr. Cohen throughout her career and will make a contribution to both academic theory and management practice. The award is to be used to support the completion of dissertation research. Contact Vivian Jimenez for more information.
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