Lee Dyer : Biography
Lee Dyer is professor of Human Resource Management and Chair of the Department
of Human Resource Studies at the ILR School, Cornell University. He holds BBA,
MBA, and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His research
and teaching interests focus on the specifics of and the interplay
among organizational agility, the future of work, and human resource strategy.
Over the years, he has addressed these and related topics in several dozen journal
articles, a smattering of book chapters, and over a dozen books and monographs,
as well as in numerous speaking engagements and consulting assignments worldwide.
He served as founding director of Cornell's Center for Advanced Human Resource
Studies (CAHRS) for seven years and currently sits on the Center's Advisory Board.
Professor Dyer was elected a Fellow of the National Academy of Human Resources
in 1994 and received the Academy of Management's Herbert G. Heneman Jr. Career
Achievement Award in 2003 and the Society of Human Resource Management's Michael
R. Losey Human Resource Research Award in 2004.