Professor Russell Hassan's article, “The Role of Employee Task Performance and Learning Effort in Determining Empowering Managerial Practices
,” has been named the Best Article Published in 2016 for the Review of Public Personnel Administration.
Professor Russell Hassan is the very first winner of the Center for Organization Research and Design (CORD) "Outstanding Early Career Scholar" award. An award to be given each year to one individual doing especially meritorious research work in one or more fields related to CORD’s mission to promote, support and conduct fundamental research on public, nonprofit and hybrid organizations and their design.
The selection committee for the award noted that Hassan’s work provided “solid theoretical contributions and impressive research designs that focus on important topics related to the influence of managerial practices on motivation, and the commitment and performance of government employees.” They also commented on the sizable number of Hassan’s peer-reviewed articles published in top journals and the impressive rates of citation, as well as his commitment to working with students in co-production of published research.
Dr. Hassan won the Charles H. Levine Award for Best Conference Paper in public and non-profit management at the 2012 Academy of Management Conference for his paper “The Role of Effective Leadership on Turnover in Workgroups: Evidence from Government Agency”. This is not the first Academy of Management award won by Dr. Hassan. In 2011 he was awarded the Carlo Masini Award for outstanding scholarship in the fields of public and non-profit management for the paper Affective Commitment and Variability in the Organizational Climate of Government Offices he co-wrote with Dr. John Rohrbaugh.
Dr. Russell along with Dr. John Rohrbaugh, a professor at the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs (SUNY, Albany), have won the 2011 Carlo Masini Award for outstanding scholarship in the fields of public and nonprofit management from the Academy of Management.
Their paper — "Affective Commitment and Variability in the Organizational Climate of Government Offices" — was judged the best paper from across the entire Academy of Management that examines the behavior of public and/or nonprofit organizations. heir paper — "Affective Commitment and Variability in the Organizational Climate of Government Offices" — was judged the best paper from across the entire Academy of Management that examines the behavior of public and/or nonprofit organizations. The Carlo Masini award was created and is given every year by the Institute for Public and Health Administration at Bocconi University of Milan in recognition of the lifetime achievements of Professor Carlo Masini to the field of public management.
Dr. Hassan has joined the editorial board of the International Public Management Journal.
The International Public Management Journal (IPMJ) publishes high-quality empirical and theoretical work on managing large organizations, particularly public organizations.