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Academy of Management awards Noam T. Wasserman

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Noam T. Wasserman, associate professor at Harvard Business School (HBS), has won the Innovation in Entrepreneurship Pedagogy Award from the Academy of Management in recognition of his second-year M.B.A. elective course “Founders’ Dilemmas.”

Based on his research during the past decade, the popular course examines the early founding decisions that have important and often unexpected long-term consequences for both founders and their enterprises.

He will formally receive the award at the academy’s annual meeting in Montreal in August. Wasserman earned a Ph.D. in organizational behavior from Harvard in 2002 and an M.B.A. (with high distinction as a Baker Scholar) from HBS in 1999.