Associate Professor Martin Grimmer, Deputy Dean of the Tasmanian School of Business and Economics at the University of Tasmania (and an Affiliated Researcher with the Institute for the Study of Social Change), has just been recognised as a Companion of the British Academy of Management and presented with the award at the BAM Conference in Newcastle, UK.
Companionship of the British Academy of Management is an award, made by invitation only, in recognition of outstanding contributions to the field of Management.
The award honours those who have provided leadership in management practice or thought, or development of the field and its diverse community, and recognises Associate Professor Grimmer’s outstanding contributions to the field of Management at an international level.
Associate Professor Grimmer was one of only seven, and significantly the only Australian, to be recognised as a Companion of the Academy.
The British Academy of Management has a membership of over 2000 across 36 countries.