The IM Division Outstanding Service to the Global Community Award recognizes continuous excellence in serving the international community. While the IM Division provides opportunities to serve the global community, this is not an award for service to our division. Rather, the award scope is sufficiently broad to recognize service made via many organizations, including international institutions, governments, and/or non-governmental organizations. The award favors longstanding service, but impactful service in a concentrated period of time will also be considered.
The award is selected by the division's Professional Awards Committee, chaired by the Past Division Chair and consisting of the three past chairs and two recent winners of the IM Division Hyundai Motor Eminent Scholar Award. Nominations for this award are solicited from the IM Division Membership each year in the spring. This year the committee was comprised of Katherine Xin (Chair, 2022 IM Division Chair), Don Lessard (2022 Eminent Scholar), Rosalie Tung (2021 Eminent Scholar), Jaeyong Song (2021 IM Division Chair) and Anu Phene (2020 IM Division Chair). The IM Division thanks them for their fantastic efforts overseeing our division's professional awards selection process.
We are pleased to announce that Arie Lewin of Duke University has been selected as the recipient of the 2023 IM Division Outstanding Service to the Global Community Award! Please join us at the International Management Division Awards & Recognition Session during the 2023 AOM Meeting from 6:00 to 7:30 pm on Monday, August 7 in the Hilton Boston Back Bay Fenway Ballroom where Dr. Lewin will be recognized.
Arie Y. Lewin 乐文睿 is Professor Emeritus Strategy and International Business, Duke University; Distinguished Visiting Professor: Fudan University School of Management, Shanghai Jao Tong University Antai College, China University of International Business and Economics, and School of Economics and Management Tsinghua University.
Professor Lewin is the founding Editor in chief of Organization Science, past Editor in Chief of Journal of International Business Studies and of Management and Organization Review which focuses on management research in context of China.
Professor Lewin's research and consulting focuses on organization adaptation and change, directed co-evolution of innovation, sustaining open innovation organizations, and global sourcing in the context of emerging economies especially China. He was the Lead Principal Investigator (PI), of the multi-year Global Offshoring Research Network (Duke ORN) project that tracked the evolution of unbundling and dispersal of work (especially innovation activities) enabled by advances in information and communication technologies. Recent research and consulting involve case studies of open innovation at Haier, deglobalization and decoupling, and emergence and evolution of China Battery Energy vehicle automotive ecosystem. His book "China's Innovation Challenge: Overcoming the Middle Income Trap" has been published by Cambridge University Press in 2016. The Chinese translation was published by Peking University Press.
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Once again, please join me in congratulating Arie Lewin as the 2023 recipient of the IM Division Outstanding Service to the Global Community Award!