Professor Adrian Wilkinson has been appointed as a British Academy of Management fellow.
A BAM Fellowship is the highest accolade offered by the Academy, and is only awarded to the most influential and respected contributors to the management field.
To be given the fellowship, Professor Wilkinson had to demonstrate a substantial and original contribution to the intellectual pursuit of the field of management by developing new insights, new methods or substantial empirical achievements which have been internationally recognised.
Professor Wilkinson’s most recent published research includes books on Human Resource Management and Employee Participation published by Sage and Oxford University Press respectively and articles on employee voice at work.
Professor Wilkinson is Director of the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing within the Griffith Business School and a member of the ARC College of Experts.
Contributed by Julia Phipps.