Roy Lewicki received the IACM Lifetime Achievement Award in 2013. He is the Emeritus Irving Abramowitz Memorial Professor of Business Ethics at the Ohio State Max M. Fisher College of Business. A longtime IACM member and former President, Roy is a familiar friendly face to IACM members and has an incredible list of achievements. Roy has published 36 books and over 43 articles in the areas of negotiation and conflict management, interpersonal trust, framing dynamics in environmental dispute resolution, ethics, organizational justice, and leadership. He has served regularly on the editorial board of major academic journals including Negotiation Journal, Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. His many awards include annual best article awards from the International Communication Association, IACM, and the Journal of Organizational Behavior. He has received the annual best book award (twice) and conference paper awards (twice) from IACM. In addition to his impressive research record, Roy has also received many accolades for his work in teaching and education. He is well known for his collection of textbooks (Negotiation; Negotiation: Readings, Exercises, and Cases; Negotiation Essentials) first published in 1985 and now in their 6th edition. He has received the Distinguished Educator Award from the Academy of Management and multiple Outstanding Professor awards from his home university. He was founding editor of the Academy of Management Learning and Education journal and serves on the editorial board of Journal of Management Education. Roy also appears regularly in teaching-related professional development workshops at Academy of Management and IACM, and he designs and delivers executive training programs on negotiation, conflict management, and general management to a wide range of clients including global corporations, as well as local organizations in the Columbus area.
NCMR: Tomlinson, E. C., Polin, B., Gray, B., & Barry, B. (2017). Lessons learned from working with Roy J. Lewicki. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 10(2), 126–140. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ncmr.12091