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430 ULRICH [U] ULRICH, David (or Dave) b. 13 September 1953, Ely, NV, USA. Employment history Teaching Assoc., UCLA, 1978–82; Prof., Univ. Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA, 1982–. Degrees received BA, MA (OB), Brigham Young Univ.; PhD (Org. Theory), UCLA. Ofﬁces held Advisory Bds, ProVant; Saratoga Inst.; CSC Index; HR Planning Soc. Editorial duties Ed., HRMJ, 1989–99; Ed. Bds, AMJ, AMR, HR Planning, HR Rev., Strategy & Leadership. Prizes and honours Lifetime achievement awards, Soc. HRM, Intl Assocn Corporate and Professional Recruitment, Intl Personnel Mgmt Assocn, Employment Mgmt Assocn; Res. of Year Award, Society HR, 1991; Paper of the Year Award, HR Planning Soc., 1992; One of ‘top ten’ executive educators in world, Business Week, 1993; Fellow, Natl Acad. HR, 1994; Pro Meritus Award, Employment Mgmt Assocn, 1995. Consultancy work Consulted for over half the Fortune 200 in US and leading ﬁrms around the world. Principal ﬁelds of interest HR; MED; OMT; ODC. Chief publications Books: 1. Organizational Capability: Competing from the Inside-Out (with D. Lake) (Wiley, 1990); 2. The Boundaryless Organization: Breaking the Chains of Organization Structure (with R. Ashkenas, S. Kerr, T. Jick) (Jossey-Bass, 1996); 3. Human Resource Champions: The Next Agenda for Adding Value and Delivering Results (HBSP, 1997); 4. Tomorrow’s ‘HR’ Management, ed. (with M. Losey, G. Lake) (Wiley, 1997); 5. The Boundaryless Organization Field Guide (with R. Ashkenas, T. Jick, K. Paul-Chowdhury) (Jossey-Bass, 1998); 6. Learning Capability (with A. Yeung, S. Nason, M.A. Von Glinow) (OUP, 1998); 7. Delivering Results: A New Mandate...
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