Ph D, Yale University, Organizational Psychology, 1980.
M. Phil, Yale University, Organizational Behavior, 1978.
MA, Yale University, Organizational Behavior, 1976.
MS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Behavioral Sciences and Management, 1973.
BS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Behavioral Sciences and Management, 1972.
SMG SM456 A1
Management Honors Seminar: Careers in the 21st Century
Actively advise student concentrators on non-classroom programming for the academic year. Meet with student leaders regularly and attend most events. Help to recruit new concentrators, and serve as t
Academic, Cape Cod Institute, Wellfleet, MA. (July 22, 2013 - July 26, 2013).
5 day workshop on mentoring, coaching and developmental networks for talent development practitioners
Helped founders design an online mentoring initiative for individuals and organizations in the creative industries.
Strategic Consultation with HR officers regarding the infusion of mentoring and peer coaching in to their leadership development efforts.
Strategic Consultation with members of the Diversity Committee for Novartis Worldwide. Planning for degvelopment of women and minority group members in junior and senior executive roles.
Kram, K., Journal of Applied Behavior Science, Editorial Review Board, Editorial Board Member, International, Standing Editorship (Edited Multiple Publications), Appointed, Academic. (January 2002 - Present).
Editorial Review Board Member
review papers as needed and available
The Marion F. Gislason Award for Leadership in Executive Development, Boston University Executive Development Roundtable, Research. (October 16, 2013).
Award for outstanding research that contributes to leadership development practice
Award as "symposium panelist" for Best Symposium in the Management Education Division
Highest Award given for Career Scholarship in the Academy of Management
The Management Education Division of the Academy of Management chooses one paper each year as the best one submitted for review. The paper entitled "Developmental Networks as Holding Environments for Growing Leaders" was given this award.
Annual award from the Careers Division of the National Academy of Management for outstanding scholarship in the Careers field. Named after sociologist Everett Hughes.
Chosen by the School of Management Chaired Professors to be awarded the new chaired professorship awarded to the school by Richard Shipley, Jr.
Faculty Director, MBA Portfolio Program