Best Paper Award for Gender and Diversity research

The paper ‘Group Goal Setting in Age-Diverse Teams: Investigating the Role of Goal Clarity and Reflexivity’, written by Tina Davidson, Shari De Baets, and Koen Dewettinck has been awarded ‘Best Paper’ in the GDO (Gender & Diversity in Organizations) Division of the 2012 Academy of Management Meeting in Boston (US). Overall, this study highlights the importance of examining the impact of diversity on the group goal setting process and the boundary conditions that impact this relationship.

A shortened version of their paper will be published in the Best Paper Proceedings and the paper will be presented at the 2012 Annual Meeting, 3-7 August.

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