Professor of Organizational Behavior Paul Lawrence Dies
The pioneering professor at Harvard Business School died November 1 at age 89.
Paul Lawrence, M.B.A. ’47, D.C.S. ’50, a Harvard Business School professor whose work on a unifying theory of organizational behavior was the subject of an article in the September-October issue of this magazine, died November 1 at the age of 89. The Donham professor of organizational behavior emeritus at the time of his death, Lawrence was a leading scholar in his field, the author of 26 books and countless articles.
An obituary appears on the Harvard Business School website.
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