European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) Case Writing Competition - European Categories/ Corporate Social Responsibility 2009 Award
« Hayleys PLC: Focusing on Corporate Responsibility » by Luk Van Wassenhove and Mark Lee Hunter.
European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) Case Writing Competition - European Categories/ Public Sector Innovations 2009 Award
« Safety in Numbers: Reducing Road Risk with Danida's Multi-Sector Partnership » by Gatignon Aline and Luk Van Wassenhove.
European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) Case Writing Competition - European Categories/African Business Cases 2009 Award
« Paving the Road to Healthy Highways: A partnership to Scale up HIV & AIDS Clinics in
Africa » by Aline Gatignon and Luk Van Wassenhove.
Lifetime Achievement Award 2009
Aspen Institute Centre for Business Education - European Academy of Business in Society (EABIS). The Lifetime Achievement Award 2009 meant to recognize European Faculty Pioneers has been received by Professor Luk Van Wassenhove.
The Faculty Pioneers Awards recognise that the commitment of business school faculty is critical in ensuring the mainstreaming of social and environmental issues in business education and practice. Since 2003, Aspen has partnered with EABIS to honour European faculty members who have demonstrated great vision and outstanding leadership in integrating social and environmental issues into research, teaching, student communities and corporate practice.
Manufacturing Service Operations Management Society Distinguished Fellows Award 2009
The award established to recognise outstanding research and scholarship in operations management has been received by Professor Luk Van Wassenhove.
Production and Operations Management Society (POMS) College on Sustainable Operations - PhD Proposal Competition 2009
The PhD proposal competition has the purpose of highlighting the most promising PhD research projects in the field of sustainable operations and providing visibility to the doctoral students carrying out these initiatives. The winner of the PhD Proposal Competition 2009 is Alfonso Pedraza Martinez, PhD Humanitarian Research Group.
Production and Operations Management Society (POMS) Skinner Award 2009 Professor Paul Kleindorfer and Nitin Bakshi of London Business School received the Production and Operations Management Society Skinner Award 2009 for the best paper published in Production and Operations Management: “Co-opetition and Investment for Supply-Chain Resilience” POMS 18 (6) p.583-603.
Production Planning & Control Award 2009
Professor Luk Van Wassenhove, Marc Chouinard, Daoud Aït-Kadi, and Sophie D’Amours 2009 received the Best Paper Award 2009 for Production Planning & Control: “Conceptual Framework for the Design and Management of Value Loops”, published in Production Planning & Control, Vol. 20, No. 8, 2009, pp. 703-723.
Teaching Achievements Award 2009
Rolando Tomasini and Professor Luk Van Wassenhove have been given the award for their series of cases, articles, reports and courses developed on Humanitarian Logistics. Together they have published 30 case studies, 15 articles, reports and a book. Their material has been widely adopted by several schools including INSEAD, Georgia Tech, Hanken, Cranfield, Georgetown, and Dartmouth. Several humanitarian organisations like United Nations Joint Logistics Center and the International Federation of the Red Cross have adopted the material for their internal management training. As we hear of disasters in countries such as Haiti and Chili, it is gratifying to know that members of our profession are turning their skills to contribute to addressing the OM issues related to meeting humanitarian needs.
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