Kim Cameron, Robert Quinn named AOM Pasmore-Woodman Award winners

July 24, 2018

Robert Quinn and Kim Cameron (L-R)

Robert Quinn and Kim Cameron (L-R)

Kim S. Cameron and Robert E. Quinn were unanimously selected as the 2018 winners of the Academy of Management (AOM) Organizational Development and Change (ODC) Division’s Pasmore-Woodman Award.

The award is “made to two or more colleagues who, for a sustained period of time, have maintained a significant working relationship that has resulted in work that is original and innovative and that has informed ODC research and practice.” The award was established in recognition of the divisional contributions of Bill Pasmore and Dick Woodman.

Cameron and Quinn are two of the three co-founders of the Center for Positive Organizations. Cameron is the William Russell Kelly Professor Emeritus of Management and Organizations and Professor Emeritus of Higher Education. Quinn is the Margaret Elliott Tracy Collegiate Professor Emeritus in Business Administration and Professor Emeritus of Management and Organizations.

The Pasmore-Woodman Award will be presented at the 78th meeting of AOM that will take place in Chicago from August 10-14, 2018. The Center for Positive Organizations will host its annual breakfast Gathering of Positive Organizational Scholarship Researchers during the meeting on Sunday, August 12.