- 2004 CASE Association Fellow’s Award for Outstanding Field Based Case Research: Vegetales Cortados, SA Start-up Strategy selected as the 2004 Best Business Teaching case; Mastitis at Lácteos Pacíficos was also selected as one of five finalists for the 2004 Best Business Teaching case.
- Winner of best practice paper, Academy of Management 2003 annual meeting, Organization Development & Change division
- Organized the symposium selected as the Showcase Symposium at the Academy of Management 2000 annual meeting.
- Best student research paper (also finalist for best research paper) Academy of Management 1998 annual meeting, Managerial and Organizational Cognition division
- Winner of best research paper, Academy of Management 1997 annual meeting, Organization Development & Change division
- American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business Award Winner (1994) -- Ph.D. scholarship providing tuition and stipend for doctoral study at institution of student’s choice
- Center for Organizational Dynamics (2003-present) University of Pennsylvania, School of Arts & Sciences (Graduate Division) Center Scholar
- Rochester Printing Industry Project (2003- present): Grant to study printing industry responses to adverse economic and technological conditions
- TRIAD. Grant to study the organizational consequences of the September 11th (2001) attacks. Extended to conduct a case study explaining the extraordinary resilience of one hard-hit firm.
- Centro Latinoamérica para la Competitividad y el Desarrollo Sostenible (an international research project sponsored by the Harvard Institute for International Development and the AVINA foundation). Grant awarded 1998-99 for the cross-cultural studies of factors affecting values and attitudes. Extended 1999-2000 for the study of cooperation.
- International Motor Vehicle Project. (A private consortium funded by auto manufacturers around the world.) Principal investigator managing projects with three students on organizational effects of adversity. Grant awarded 1995-96 to study organizational change in the US auto industry. Grants extended 1996-97, 1997-98, and 1998-99.