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People, Places, and Life Transitions: Consequential Experiences in the Lives of Management Laureates
Eric W. Ford, W. Jack Duncan, Arthur G. Bedeian and Peter M. Ginter
Academy of Management Learning & Education
Vol. 5, No. 4 (Dec., 2006), pp. 408-421
Published by: Academy of Management
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40214400
Page Count: 14
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We analyzed the autobiographies of 55 "management laureates" to learn how their life experiences influenced their careers and intellectual contributions. Our results indicate the probability of becoming a management laureate is enhanced by (a) receiving a doctoral degree from a prestigious university under the tutelage of an accomplished scholar; (b) seeking out and affiliating with a hot group at the beginning of one's career; (c) devoting a majority of one's energy to research; and (d) pursuing a research agenda with long-term implications, as reputations are rarely established early in one's career.
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