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The Maurice Holland Award

The Maurice Holland Award recognizes the best papers published in Research-Technology Management and honors IRI’s founder, Maurice Holland. The award is traditionally given at the IRI Member Summit for papers published during the previous year. Papers are judged by RTM's Board of Editors according to the criteria of significance to the field of R&D, technology, and innovation management; originality of new management concepts; and excellence in clarity of presentation.

Congratulations to the 2014 Holland Award Winners Ray O. Johnson, Senior Vice President and CTO, Lockheed Martin, and John D. Evans, VP of International Engineering & Technology, also of Lockheed Martin.  Their article, "Tools for Managing Early-Stage Business Model Innovation," was published in the September-October 2013 issue of Research-Technology Management.

Recent Holland Award Winners

2014   Ray O. Johnson and John D. Evans
2013    Peter Toft, Bill Crandall, Paul Henderson
2012 Jane Edison Stevenson and Bilal Kaafarani
2011    Dr. William F.  Banholzer 
2010    Seongkeun Jang, Dr. Yongki Yoon, Dr. Inseong Lee and Dr. Jinwoo Kim 
2009   Ronald Taylor and Paul Germeraad
2008 Raymond Cosner, E. Jefferson Hynds, Alan R. Fusfeld, Carl V. Loweth, Charles Scouten and Richard Albright
2007 Miles P. Drake, Nabil Y. Sakkab and Ronald Jonash
2005 Jay Paap and Ralph Kaatz
2004 Jeffrey T. Glass, Ingrid M. Ensing and Gerardine DeSanctis
2003 Robin A. Karol, Ross C. Loeser and Richard H. Tait
2002 Marc H. Meyer and Paul C. Mugge
2001 Ian C. MacMillan and Rita Gunther McGrath
2000 William C. Herbeiu, Robert C. Morris and Gregory R. Smith
1999 John Seely Brown
1998 Sheldon A. Buckler

2013 Maurice Holland Awardees

From left to right: James Eucher, RTM Editor-in-Chief; Peter Toft, H-P; Bill Crandall, Clarify LLC; Paul Henderson, Clarify LLC; Martha Collins, IRI Chair

Congratulations to the 2013 Holland Award Winners Peter Toft, Bill Crandall and Paul Henderson for their paper "Do You Need a New Product-Development Strategy? Aligning Process with Context," from the Jan-Feb 2012 issue of Research-Technology Management.