The Center for Positive Organizational Scholarship
at the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business
is the inaugural recipient of the Academy of Management's research impact award.
The award recognizes researchers or research centers that have had a major impact on management practice in the real world. The Center for Positive Organizational Scholarship was selected as the first winner of AOM Practice Theme Committee's Research Center Impact Award for its work in helping to create purpose-driven organizations and uplifting work environments.
"Producing research that influences academics is rewarding. Producing research that also impacts the world of practice is deeply satisfying," said Bob Quinn, faculty director of the center. "We are grateful to receive this recognition from the Academy of Management."
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