Essential voices in discovering the lost voices of African American management history and airing the vital need for cooperation.
Winner of the Thinkers50 2021 Breakthrough Idea Award.
Thinkers50 Radar Class of 2021.
Phipps is the 2021 winner of Middle Georgia State University’s Excellence in Scholarship Award.
Ground-breaking research into African American management history and the contributions of African Americans to the development of management as a discipline. Picking up on the work of Charles Clinton Spaulding, they champion the power of cooperative advantage to reimagine capitalism.
Prieto is associate professor of management in the College of Business at Clayton State University; Phipps is associate professor of management in the School of Business at Middle Georgia State University. Associate research fellows at University of Cambridge, Judge Business School.
African American Management History: Insights on Gaining a Cooperative Advantage (2019); and “Cooperative Advantage: Rethinking the Company’s Purpose” (MIT Sloan Management Review).
“‘Cooperation really could — and should — be the future. Prieto and Phipps are potentially setting the new course of business advantage.”
Stuart Crainer & Des Dearlove, Thinkers50