Lord's paper, "Smaller university endowments: Team characteristics, portfolio composition and performance" was selected by Qualitative Research in Financial Market's editorial team as the Outstanding Paper of 2014.
Amatullo was the featured presenter at an event hosted by UNICEF's Innovation Unit this July. Parts of her panel discussion at the event with Manuel Toscano and John Paul Stephens, PhD, assistant professor of organizational behavior, will be included in a forthcoming Nesta report on the state of the art in development innovation.
Lord's paper "Smaller university endowments: Team characteristics, portfolio composition and performance” was selected by Qualitative Research in Financial Market’s editorial team as the Outstanding Paper of 2014.
Lyytinen, PhD, professor of Design & Innovation, Lindberg, PhD '15, and Berente, MBA '04 and PhD '09, receive the Academy of Management OCIS best paper award for their paper "Towards Open Source Software Development Life-Cycle."
A study by Buse showed how organizations can develop more engaged employees by helping female employees craft a personal vision and providing growth opportunities, increased engagement at engineering organizations.