2010 Academy of Management Review Best Paper Award
The Academy of Management Review Award for Best Paper of 2010 was presented to: Charalampos Mainemelis for “Stealing Fire: Creative Deviance in the Evolution of New Ideas” at this year’s Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas.
The Academy of Management Review Best Paper Award is given on a yearly basis to the selected paper published the previous year. Finalists were selected by the AMR award committee, including: Cynthia E. Devers (Chair), Wendy Boswell, Russell Coff, Ingrid Fulmer, Devi Gnyawali, Scott Graffin, Rich Makadok, Chris Meyer, Anthony Nyberg.
The Academy of Management Review Best Paper Award Committee selects the annual recipient, according to the following criteria: the discussion of literature is complete and accurate, presentation is concise and logical, and the contribution is clear and important.
Finalists for the AMR Award for Best Paper of 2010 included:
“Cross-Understanding: Implications for Group Cognition and Performance”
George P. Huber and Kyle Lewis
“When Worlds Collide: The Internal Dynamics of Organizational Responses to Conflicting Institutional Demands”
Anne-Claire Pache and Filipe Santos
“Stealing Fire: Creative Deviance in the Evolution of New Ideas”