David Teece received the CK Prahalad Distinguished Scholar-Practitioner Award on September 24. Introduced in 2011, this award was created to honor the legacy of CK Prahalad. The award recognizes excellence in the application of theory and research in practice. This includes, but is not limited to, contributions to knowledge through the extraction of learning from practice; authored scholarly works that have substantially affected the practice of management; and/or the integration of research and practice. A scholar-practitioner who has used applied learning to influence how theory and research guide practice is honored with this award, with special attention given to individuals whose contributions have shaped the understanding of global strategic leadership.
On September 25, Dr. Teece took part in a panel on “Revisiting the Geographic Space of Value Creation and Appropriation from the Complementary Assets Framework.”