Meet The Professor: Andrew Knight, organizational behavior


Olin Business School

Area of Expertise:

Leadership, Diversity, Diversity

Research Interests:

Leadership, Team dynamics, Entrepreneurship, Healthcare


  • Reviewer of the Year Award, Small Group Research, 2017
  • Outstanding Reviewer Award, Academy of Management Journal, 2016
  • Outstanding Reviewer Award, Organization Science, 2016
  • Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award, Washington University in St. Louis, 2016
  • Luke Vincent Powers Memorial Lecture, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (Harvard Medical School teaching hospital), 2015
  • Olin Award for Research that Transforms Business (for "Who defers to whom?"), 2015
  • ASQ Award for Scholarly Contribution (for "Dynamic Delegation"), Administrative Science Quarterly, 2012
  • Best Paper Based on a Dissertation (for "Mood at the midpoint"), Academy of Management Organizational Behavior Division, 2011
  • Graduate Fellowship for Teaching Excellence, University of Pennsylvania, 2006
  • Penn Prize for Excellence in Teaching by Graduate Students, University of Pennsylvania, 2006

Prior to joining Olin in 2010, Professor Knight was a founding member of a healthcare analytics firm, leading its Research and Development function.

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