This award is in honor of Edgar Schein a former professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management, has made notable marks on the field of organizational development in many areas, including career development group process consultation, and organizational culture. This award will be given to an undergraduate(s), graduate(s) or doctoral student(s) making a presentation at ISODC conferences. The recipient(s) will receive a total award of $200.00, a certificate and acknowledgement from the ISODC.
This award is in honor of Jack Gibb a pioneer in humanistic psychology often referred to as the grandfather of organizational development. He was the original proponent of the importance of trust in team dynamics and organizational behavior, and the effect of trust on creativity. He was an early innovator at the renowned National Training Laboratories in Bethel, Maine. This award will be given to an undergraduate(s), graduate(s) or doctoral student(s) presenting a paper at ISODC conferences. If the paper is submitted to the Organization Development Journal (OD Journal) and is accepted by the OD Journal Review Board for publication, the recipient will receive a total award of $800.00, a certificate, and acknowledgement from the ISODC.
This award will be presented to a person or group who clearly demonstrates outstanding contributions to their client and our profession. A committee of consultants will make the determination based on a paper that clearly describes the consultant(s) contributions to the field of OD&C and consulting. A description of their work, accomplishments and lessons learned should be included which can be shared with colleagues. The recipient(s) will receive a certificate, will be featured in the ISODC Newsletter, and acknowledged on the ISODC website. This award is open to all ISODC members and colleagues and will be presented once a year at an ISODC Conference. This nomination may be a self-nomination or by others.
This award will be presented to a person or group who prepares a case study that clearly describes the project/research including the purpose, the OD&C areas involved, outcomes, lessons learned and experiences which can be shared with colleagues. The recipient(s) will receive a certificate, will be featured in The ISOD Newsletter, and acknowledged on The ISOD website. This award is open to all ISOD members and colleague and will be presented annually at one of the ISOD Conferences.
This award is presented to the author(s) of an article published in the OD Journal by The OD Journal Review Board based on an article published during the year previous. For instance, the 2014 award will be based on an article published between January – December 2013. The recipient(s) will receive a certificate and will be acknowledged in the ISODC Newsletter and on this website. This award is open to those who have an article published in the ODJ; it will be presented annually and may or may not be presented at an ISODC conference.
OD Research and Practice in the Early 21st Century | Don Van Eynde, Jeanne Maes, Dixie Van Eynde, and Austen Untzeitig
Rigor and Burden: Striking the Right Balance in Organizational Capacity Assessments | Joanna Krause, Malcolm Bryant, Amiya Bhatia, Anthony Buono, and Karthik Subbiah
Organization Development as Identity Change | Ken Hultman and Justin Hultman
The Dialogic Mindset: Leading Emerging Change in a Complex World | Gervase R. Bushe and Robert J. Marshak