“Transforming Life, Transforming Business: The Life-Science Revolution” by Juan Enriquez and Ray A. Goldberg, published in the March-April 2000 issue of Harvard Business Review, tied for the second-place award in the annual McKinsey Awards.
Juan Enriquez is a DRCLAS research associate, former Visiting Scholar, and a member of the DRCLAS Advisory Board.
Ray Goldberg is the George M. Moffet Professor of Agriculture and Business, Emeritus, at the Harvard Business School.
Since 1959, the McKinsey Foundation for Management Research has offered cash awards for the best articles published each year in the Harvard Business Review (HBR). These awards, judged by an independent panel of leaders in the business community, recognize outstanding works that are likely to have a major influence on the actions of business managers worldwide. The 2000 McKinsey Award winners will be announced in the March 2001 issue of HBR.
The first-place award for 2000 is going to “Why Should Anyone Be Led By You?”
Robert Goffee is a Professor of Organizational Behavior at London Business School.
Gareth Jones has taught at the London Business School, the University of East Anglia, Henley, INSEAD, and IE Business School in Madrid.
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