Professor Dave Ulrich Wins Prestigious Honor
HR guru receives Lifetime Achievement Award in Workplace Learning and Performance from the American Society for Training and Development.
ANN ARBOR, Mich.---Ross Professor Dave Ulrich recently received the Lifetime Achievement Award in Workplace Learning and Performance from the American Society for Training and Development, the world's largest association dedicated to workplace learning and performance professionals.
The award recognizes individuals for their extensive body of work and the significant impact they have had on human development and learning in the workplace. It was first presented in 1998 to Peter Drucker and has been given to Chris Argyris, Edgar Schein, Warren Bennis, Ed Lawler, Henry Mintzberg, Don Kirkpatrick, Howard Gardner and Christopher Handy in the years since.
"This is a very elite group of thought leaders," said Ron Bendersky, executive director of executive education at Ross. "Dave's Lifetime Achievement Award is very special."
Tony Bingham, president and CEO of the American Society for Training and Development said that Ulrich has been "a pioneer in motivation, building organizational capability and linking human resources to bottom line measures. (His) work has greatly influenced managers, human resource practitioners, CEOs and other leading thinkers to understand the value of people in the equation for organizational success."
Ulrich, who directs the Human Resource Executive Program at the Ross School, has taught at Michigan since 1988. He also is a partner and co-founder of The RBL Group, a consulting firm based in Provo, Utah.
He has consulted and done research with more than half of the Fortune 200 companies. His research focuses on how organizations build capabilities of speed, learning, collaboration, accountability, talent and leadership through leveraging human capital. He has helped generate multiple award-winning databases that assess alignment between strategies, human resource practices and HR competencies.
Among his many books are the forthcoming Leadership Brand and Memo to the CEO: The Leadership Code. He also has co-written Human Resource Value Proposition; The Future of Human Resource Management; Why the Bottom Line Isn't: How to Build Value Through People and Organization; GE Workout; HR Scorecard: Linking People, Strategy and Performance; Results-Based Leadership: How Leaders Build the Business and Improve the Bottom Line; and many more.
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