Montgomery Named INFORMS Fellow
STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS David B. Montgomery has been named a fellow of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS). The Kresge Professor of Marketing Emeritus, Montgomery was cited for "research contributions to marketing science, marketing strategy, and global marketing and management."
He was one of 11 new INFORMS fellows honored at a celebration in San Diego in October. Montgomery is the fifth member of the Business School faculty be named a fellow of the prestigious organization. Others are: Hau Lee, J. Michael Harrison, Evan Porteus, and Lawrence Wein.
INFORMS recognizes "outstanding contributions, achievements, and services that have advanced the profession of operations research and the management sciences." Also honored as a fellow was Margaret Brandeau of Stanford University’s Department of Management Sciences and Engineering.
Montgomery is dean emeritus and consultant/visiting professor of marketing and management at Singapore Management University. He has published over 100 articles and 10 books.
He received the 2002 Mahajan Award for career contributions to marketing strategy from the American Marketing Association and his paper on First Mover Advantages received the 1996 best paper award from the Strategic Management Society.