The Pearse Walsh Medal Award 2016 awarded to Dr Steven Kilroy
Congratulations to Dr Steven Kilroy who has been awarded the Pearse Walsh Medal Award 2016.
Now in its second year, the Pearse Walsh Medal Award is presented to one outstanding graduate of the DCU Business School PhD Programme, whose research demonstrates an approach to innovation in industry in the fields of Organisation Development, Change Management, Cultural Change, Learning and Development, Management and Leadership Development.
Dr. Kilroy’s thesis ‘The Impact of Organisational Practices on Employee Burnout – What Organisations Should Do’ impressed the judging panel which included Professor David Collings of DCU Business School, Sinead Heneghan, CEO at Irish Institute of Training & Development, Mark Latuske, Organisational Effectiveness Consultant at Danske Bank and Frank Rock, Director at Harvest.
Dr. Kilroy will showcase his research to industry specialists at a Harvest lunch event in the Spencer Hotel, Dublin on Friday 16th December 2016.
The Pearse Walsh Medal Award is sponsored by Harvest to honour the late Pearse Walsh who founded Harvest over thirty years ago. In addition to the Pearse Walsh Medal, Dr. Kilroy receives a fund to assist with further study and research.
For more information about Harvest and the Pearse Walsh Award visit: www.harvest.ie
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