2019 Award Winners

BEST PUBLISHED PAPER AWARD

3rd Runner-upSocial Media and the Development of Shared Cognition: The Roles of Network Expansion, Content Integration, and Triggered Recalling (Organization Science), authored by Paul Leonardi, University of California, Santa Barbara

2nd Runner-upThe Value of Questions in Organizing: Reconceptualizing Contributions to Online Public Information Goods (Communication Theory), authored by Lelia Bighash, University of Southern California, LA, Poong Oh, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Janet Fulk, University of Southern California, LA, and Peter Monge, University of Southern California, LA

1st Runner-up: “Making” Your Numbers: Engendering Organizational Control through a Ritual of Quantification (Organization Science), authored by Melissa Mazmanian, University of California, Irvine, and Christine M. Beckman, University of Maryland

Winner: Dismantling Knowledge Boundaries at NASA: The Critical Role of Professional Identity in Open Innovation (Administrative Science Quarterly), authored by Hila Lifshitz-Assaf, New York University

BEST DIVISION PAPER AWARD

1st runner-up: Uncertainty and Rhetoric: Letting the Numbers Speak for Themselves, authored by Michael S. McLeod, Wichita State University

Winner: Front-Line Professionals in the Wake of Digital Scrutiny: The Paradox of Public Accountability, authored by Arvind Karunakaran, McGill University

BEST STUDENT PAPER AWARD

1st runner-up: Uncertainty and Rhetoric: Letting the Numbers Speak for Themselves, authored by Michael S. McLeod, Wichita State University

Winner: Front-Line Professionals in the Wake of Digital Scrutiny: The Paradox of Public Accountability, authored by Arvind Karunakaran, McGill University

DEXTER AWARD NOMINEE

Coordinating Openness to Diversity and Contesting Contributions in Online Communities, authored by Aljona Zorina and Joana Pereira, Leeds University

DESANCTIS AWARD AND NEWMAN AWARD NOMINEE

Front-Line Professionals in the Wake of Digital Scrutiny: The Paradox of Public Accountability, authored by Arvind Karunakaran, McGill University (Review Committee: Diane Bailey, Steven Johnson, Anastasia Sergeeva)

BEST REVIEWER AWARD

Tawfiq Alashoor, Georgia State University

Silvia Masiero, Loughborough University

OUTSTANDING AE AWARD

Maha Shaikh, King's College London

Thomas Mattson, University of Richmond

 

OCIS LIFETIME SERVICE AWARDS

WinnerNoshir Contractor, Jane S. & William J. White Professor of Behavioral Sciences in the McCormick School of Engineering & Applied Science, the School of Communication and the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, USA; Director of the Science of Networks in Communities (SONIC) Research Group at Northwestern University, USA

 

Congratulations to all of our nominees, runners-up and award winners!

 

We also would like to thank all Associate Editors who provided an incredible contribution to the review process, thank you all!!

Associate Editors

  • Anthony P. Ammeter
  • Bijan Azad
  • Diane E. Bailey
  • Jon W. Beard
  • Roberta Bernardi
  • Orneita Burton
  • Katherine Chudoba
  • Kevin Crowston
  • Diane Dromgold
  • Julia Eisenberg
  • Ingrid Erickson
  • Andreas Janson
  • Steven L. Johnson
  • Barbara D. Klein
  • Harris Kyriakou
  • Eric C. Larson
  • Massimo Magni
  • Marco Marabelli
  • Likoebe Maruping
  • Thomas A. Mattson
  • Mareike Moehlmann
  • Elaine Mosconi
  • Christine Moser
  • Melvin E. Murphy
  • Paula M. O’Kane
  • Naren Peddibhotla
  • Anastasia Sergeeva
  • Azar Shahgholian
  • Maha Shaikh
  • Claire A. Simmers
  • Anu Sivunen
  • Bart Van Den Hooff
  • Heinz-Theo Wagner
  • Ta-Wei Wang
  • Mary Beth Watson-Manheim
  • Matt Weber