The Arizona State University Center for Services Leadership and the Co-Chairs of the Third Annual Organizational Frontline Symposium (February 2017) are pleased to announce the awards for 2017 Young Scholar Research Competition.
The competition accepted research proposals focused upon ‘frontline’ topics, and the lead author was required to be either a current doctoral student or an assistant professor who is fewer than three years removed from graduation. Twenty submissions were received and evaluated by an expert panel of judges.
The awarded projects include (in alphabetical order):
Corinne Kelley, Florida State University, “The Ambassador Effect: A Frontline Tactic to Enhance Customer Commitment, Loyalty, and Prosocial Behavior”
Advisors: Maura Scott and Martin Mende
Blake Runnalls, Michigan State University, “The Impact of Social Networks on Sales Training Transfer and Performance”
Advisor: Doug Hughes
Sunil Singh, University of Missouri, “Email B2B Sales Negotiation: Dynamic Use of Textual Cues as Influence Strategies”
Advisor: Detelina Marinova
We congratulate the winners of the 2017 Young Scholar Research Competition and wish the award recipients and all the applicants the best with their research projects!