Mary Parker Follett Award
Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership & Governance
About the prize
The "Mary Parker Follett Award" is an annual journal award that recognizes an outstanding research article that is informed by theory and contributes to theory development. Mary Parker Follett was a settlement house social worker and management theorist who gained international recognition in the 1920's for her contributions to management theory in the human services.
|2019||Kelly LeRoux, Jaclyn Piatak, Barbara Romzek and Jocelyn Johnston||Informal Accountability in Children's Service Networks: The Role of Frontline Workers||43||3|
|2018||Abigail Powell and Natasha Cortis||Working Time in Public, Private, and Nonprofit Organizations: What Influences Prospects for Employee Control?||41||2|
|2017||Michalle E. Mor Barak et al.||The Promise of Diversity Management for Climate of Inclusion: A State-of-the-Art Review and Meta-Analysis||40||4|