About the prize
The Holland Award, established in 1982 in honor of IRI’s founder, Maurice Holland, recognizes the best paper published in Research-Technology Management during the previous year. Papers selected for this award must meet stringent criteria including pertinence to the field of research management, originality, and excellence in presentation.
Research-Technology Management are pleased to award the 2017 prize to Emily Barbara Kennedy & Thomas Andrew Marting for their article “Biomimicry: Streamlining the Front End of Innovation for Environmentally Sustainable Products”.
|2019 - Winner||Anita Friis Sommer and Robert G. Cooper||Agile–Stage-Gate for Manufacturers||61||2|
|2018 - Winner||Andrew Harrison||Design for Service||60||4|
|2017-Winner||Emily Barbara Kennedy & Thomas Andrew Marting||Biomimicry: Streamlining the Front End of Innovation for Environmentally Sustainable Products||59||4|
|2017-Shortlisted||Alan Ayers, Kimberly Miller, Jongwon Park, Lawrence Schwartz & Rich Antcliff||The Hollywood Model: Leveraging the Capabilities of Freelance Talent to Advance Innovation and Reduce Risk||59||5|
|2017-Shortlisted||Jamie N. Jones, Jeff Cope & Andy Kintz||Peering into the Future of Innovation Management||59||4|
|2017-Shortlisted||Seyed Kamran Bagheri, Alberto Di Minin, Andrea Paraboschi & Andrea Piccaluga||It's Not About Being Generous||59||2|