Edward E. Lawler III

Edward E. Lawler III is Distinguished Professor of Business and Director of the Center for Effective Organizations in the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California. He has been honored as a top contributor to the fields of organizational development, human resources management, organizational behavior and compensation.  He is the author of over 450 articles and 52 books.  His books include Built to Change (2006), The New American Workplace (2006), America at Work (2006), Talent:  Making People Your Competitive Advantage (2008), Achieving Excellence in HR Management:  An Assessment of Human Resource Organizations (2009), Useful Research: Advancing Theory and Practice (2011), Management Reset: Organizing for Sustainable Effectiveness (2011), Effective Human Resource Management: A Global Analysis (2012), The Agility Factor (2014),  Global Trends in Human Resource Management: A Twenty-Year Analysis (2015), Corporate Stewardship: Achieving Sustainable Effectiveness (2015), Reinventing Talent Management: Principles and Practices for the New World of Work (2017), and Human Resource Excellence: An Assessment of Strategies and Trends (2018). For more information, visit:  https://ceo.usc.edu/bio/ed-lawler/