Prof. Reitzig receives Bill Nobles Fellowship


The selection committee at the Rutgers University (NJ) has chosen Prof. Reitzig as recipient of the Bill Nobles Fellowship.

We are proud to announce that Prof. Reitzig has been awarded the Bill Nobles Fellowship by the Rutgers University (New Jersey, USA), School of Management and Labor Relations. Prof. Reitzig will be a fellow of the Institute for Study of Employee Ownership and Profit Sharing at the SMLR.

This Fellowship recognises the research done by Prof. Reitzig in the areas of leadership and non-hierarchical organizations. As part of the fellowship, Prof. Reitzig will give several keynote lectures to the broader public over the coming two years and advise the Institute for the Study of Employee Ownership and Profit Sharing at Rutgers University on the selection and sponsoring of new research projects.

Most recently Prof. Reitzig's related research has culminated in the writing of a book on how to change to and operate with flat hierarchical structures, and when such a thing is feasible for a company (or when it might not be). The book "Get Better at Flatter: A Guide to Shaping and Leading Organizations with Less Hierarchy" is currently in production and will be published early next year.