Management and Organizations
In the world of business, managers are a critical element of the workforce. They are the leaders who can adapt to countless business climates and changes; they inspire, strategize, motivate, and lead others.
At Tippie, students can major in management and receive degrees at the undergraduate, graduate, and Ph.D. level. Students who graduate with a management major have developed the skills required for working with people. They've learned the principles of effective management, and they're prepared to become tomorrow's business leaders.
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Several members of the M&O "family" attended this year's Presidential Lecture, given by M&O faculty member Sara Rynes-Weller.
Front row: Andrew Hosmanek, Maria Kraimer, Brian McCormick, Amy Kristof-Brown. Middle row: Pat Downes, Terry Boles, Sara Rynes-Weller, Ken Brown, Scott Seibert. Back row: Eean Crawford, Frank Schmidt, Jay Christensen-Szalanski.
Sara Rynes, John F. Murray Professor of Management and Organizations, delivered the 2013 Presidential Lecture. We applaud Sara for this prestigious honor.
View a video of the lecture
Amy Colbert, associate professor of management and organizations and the Martin and Barbara Johnson Research Fellow, was recently elected a representative-at-large in the Organizational Behavior division of the Academy of Management.
Amy Kristof-Brown has been named a Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology (SIOP) Fellow. Society Fellows are distinguished industrial and organizational psychologists who have made an unusual and outstanding contribution to the field.
Greg Stewart was recently named the Henry B. Tippie Research Professor of Managment and Organizations. His expertise is in the areas of human resource management, personality and performance, and self-directed teams.
Frank Schmidt has received the Thomas A. Mahoney Mentoring Award, which is given annually by the Human Resources Division of the Academy of Management to an individual who has had a distinguished career mentoring Ph.D. students.
At its December 2010 meeting, the Academy of Management selected Ken Brown to be the next editor of Academy of Management Learning and Education (AMLE). Ken and his editorial team will begin fielding manuscripts on July 1, 2011, and he will officially assume the editorship on Jan. 1, 2012.
Maria Kraimer received the 2010 Cummings Scholarly Achievement Award from the Organizational Behavior Division of the Academy of Management. This honor is given to only one person in the entire field each year, recognizing significant scholarly achievement of an early- to mid-career scholar.
Professor Nancy Hauserman received a 2010 President and Provost Award for Teaching Excellence. This award recognizes faculty who have sustained a high level of teaching excellence. A leader in educational innovation, she has been an early and successful adopter of new teaching technologies, and she was one of the university's first and most passionate advocates of service learning.
Sara Rynes, John F. Murray Professor of Management and Organizations, received the $50,000 Michael R. Losey Human Resource Research Award from the boards of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the HR Certification Institute, and the SHRM Foundation. The award recognizes HR professionals or researchers whose contributions significantly advance the field of HR management.