Awards

The British Academy of Management has a number of awards which are presented at the Annual Conference which include the Richard Whipp Lifetime Achievement Award, Companionships, BAM Medals and the Education Practice Award.

Richard Whipp Lifetime Achievement Award:

The Richard Whipp Lifetime Achievement Award is made in memory of Professor Richard Whipp, an outstanding scholar in the field of business and management and former Chair of the British Academy of Management. The purpose of the Award is to acknowledge the course of a career within the management field where the beneficiary will have done one or more of the following: enhanced a field of study, founded or effectively led a major national / international academic initiative or provided unusually effective service to a major professional institution and/or the Academy.

Please find below a list of receipients of the Richard Whipp Lifetime Achievement Award:

  • 2021 - Gibson Burrell
  • 2020 - Ken Starkey
  • 2019 - Sue Cox, OBE and Abby Ghobadian
  • 2018 - Gary Powell
  • 2017 - Susan Vinnicombe, CBE and Ruth Simpson
  • 2016 - Mike Reed
  • 2015 - John Child and Peter McKiernan
  • 2014 - Sir George Bain and Richard Thorpe
  • 2013 - Karen Legge and Howard Thomas
  • 2012 - Robin Wensley
  • 2011 - Andrew Pettigrew
  • 2010 - Mark Easterby-Smith, Peter Buckley and David Otley
  • 2009 - Sir Cary Cooper and Derek Pugh

Companionships

Companions of BAM (CBAM) include:

  • Leaders in the private, public, and third sector who have had a significant impact on management practices and thinking in their own organizations and/or beyond;
  • Leaders of professional institutions and bodies, trade and business associations, and trades unions who have influenced management thinking and the conduct and activity of management in the UK and beyond;
  • People who have played a significant institutional role in the leadership and development of scholarly associations advancing management knowledge – in related fields, in sibling management academies and equivalent beyond the UK, and within BAM itself;
  • Thought leaders on management outside academia, including journalists, politicians and other public intellectuals.

The recipients of Companionships are: 

  • 2021 - Lord Blunkett, Rt Hn Chris Skidmore MP, Dr David Nabarro, John Atkinson, Prof Kerry Brown, Prof Xavier Castañer, Prof Sandro Castaldo, Prof Anthony McDonnell , Prof Kathrin Moeslein, Prof Arabella Mocciaro, Prof Alberto Pastore
  • 2020 - Dr Andrew Hawkins, Dr Melanie Knetsch, Dr Joe MacDonagh, Professor Robert MacIntosh, Professor Sue Rigby
  • 2019 - Prof Melanie Bryant, Prof Julia Clarke, Dr Felicity Kelliher, Prof Angus Laing, Sir Michael Marmot
  • 2018 - Lord Bichard, Lord Bilimoria, Prof Lee Di Milia, Jonathan Dimbleby, Dr Margaret Linehan, John Manzoni, Vicky Pryce
  • 2017 - Eliat Aram, Chris Daly, Dr Jacky Holloway, Prof Kate Kearins, Howard Kerr, Andy Rubin

Medals

2021

  • The Cooper Medal for Outstanding Leadership and Contribution, Prof Greg Bamber
  • BAM Medal for Research, Prof Peter Buckley, OBE
  • BAM Medal for Research, Prof Gerard Hodgkinson
  • BAM Medal for Leadership, Prof Pawan Budhwar
  • BAM Medal for Leadership, Prof Sharon Mavin
  • President's Medal for Management Practice, Pavita Cooper
  • President's Medal for Management Practice, Dr Heather Melville, OBE

2020

  • BAM Medal for Leadership. Prof Rick Delbridge
  • BAM Medal for Research, Prof Caroline Gatrell
  • BAM Medal for Research, Prof Luis Araujo
  • Cooper Medal for Outstanding Leadership, Prof Yehuda Baruch
  • BAM President's Medal for Management Practice, Dr Wilson Wong

2019

  • BAM Medal for Leadership, Dr Adelina Broadbridge
  • BAM Medal for Research, Prof Jean Hartley
  • BAM President's Medal for Management Practice or Policy, Chris Webber

2018

  • BAM Medal for Research, Prof Katy Mason
  • BAM Medal for Outstanding Leadership, Prof Sir Cary Cooper

2017

  • BAM Medal for Leadership, Prof Mark N K Saunders
  • BAM Medal for Research, Prof Christine Coupland
  • BAM Medal for Knowledge Development, Prof Paul Hibbert and Dr Leonard Holmes

Education Practice Award

The Education Practice Awards are designed to recognise individual and/ or team initiatives that enhance management learning and education.

Please find the list of recipients of the Awards below:

2021

  • Experienced Practitioner Award:  Dr Muhammad Usman Mazhar, Dr Richard Howarth, Dr Shaun Gordon, Fiona Winfield and Professor Dr Petra Molthan-Hill for their ‘Carbon Management consultancy project’.
  • Early Career Practitioner Award: Dr Anna Dubiel, King's College London for her International Marketing Communications Consulting Project: ‘Don’t Blame Bats: How King’s Students Fight Misinformation.’

2020

  • Experienced Practitioner Award: Dr Inge Hill, Royal Agricultural University
  • Early Career Practitioner Award: Dr Paul-Joseph Richard, Ulster University

2019

  • Experienced Practitioner Award: Prof Denis Fischbacher-Smith, University of Glasgow
  • Early Career Practitioner Award: Dr Thomas Elston, University of Oxford

2018

  • Experienced Practitioner Award: Dr Ian Stewart, University of Manchester
  • Early Career Practitioner Award: Ms Victoria McCall and Dr Ahmed Al-Abdin, University of Liverpool

2017:

  • Experienced Practitioner Award: Professor Rafael Ramirez, University of Oxford

2016: 

  • Experienced Practitioner Award: Professor Karise Hutchinson, University of Ulster