Dr Eliat Aram’s contributions to the field of Management are recognised through this prestigious award.
As the Chair of Council at the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, it gives me great pleasure to announce that Dr Eliat Aram has been conferred the prestigious Companionship of the British Academy of Management award.
Eliat received the Companionship on 5th September during the British Academy of Management conference at the University of Warwick. The award is made by invitation only in recognition of outstanding contributions to the field of Management.
The Companionship is a way in which the British Academy of Management (BAM) community honours those who have provided leadership in management practice or thought, or development of the field and its diverse community. BAM is the leading authority on the academic field of management in the UK.
The award was presented to Eliat by the president the academy Professor Sir Cary Cooper CBE who spoke of her outstanding leadership of an institution which has influenced management thinking and the conduct and activity of management in the UK and beyond.
I would like to congratulate her on this both personally and on behalf of the Tavistock Institute. It is richly deserved.
Professor Cliff Oswick
Chair of Council, the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations