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Roy J. Lewicki

Lewicki, who serves as the Irving Abramowitz Memorial Professor Emeritus at Fisher, is a leading scholar in the study of trust development, negotiation and conflict management processes. He is the author or editor of over 32 books, including the leading academic textbooks on negotiation. His most recent book is Mastering Business Negotiations with Alex Hiam. Another recent book, Making Sense of Intractable Environmental Conflicts, won the Best Book Award from the International Association of Conflict Management.

Companies such as Nestle, DTE, Sterling Commerce, Limited Stores, American Electronic Power, Siemens, The Richard M. Ross Heart Hospital and The Ohio State Medical Center have utilized Lewicki’s executive education services on conflict management, negotiation skills and leadership development.

Lewicki is founding editor of Academy of Management Learning and Educationand has served as associate editor of the Academy of Management Executive.

He received the Fisher College Pace Setters Service Award in 2001, the Westerbeck Teaching Award in 2007 and 1998, and was designated the Distinguished Connelly Scholar by the Leavey Graduate School of Business at Georgetown University in 1996. He was recently elected a Fellow of the Academy of Management. At Fisher, he teaches courses in Negotiation, Advanced Negotiation and Leadership, Values and Decision Making.