Since the 23rd EGOS Colloquium in Vienna in 2007, EGOS has granted two annual prizes for outstanding papers:?
The winning papers must display methodological rigor, theoretical relevance, innovativeness, and new insights into organizational phenomena.
Since the 28th EGOS Colloquium in Helsinki in 2012, EGOS has granted an additional prize for papers that might not necessarily comply with standard paper formats, but advance a particularly challenging new idea:
The winning paper must cross intellectual boundaries, challenge taken-for-granted assumptions, attract the reader's attention and make an original argument.?
All three prizes are awarded at the following EGOS Colloquium.