The Brigham Young University Marriott School of Management has selected Warner P. Woodworth, professor of organizational behavior, as its 1989 Outstanding Faculty Member.

Before coming to BYU in 1976, Woodworth taught at Wayne State University, the University of Rio de Janeiro, the University of Michigan and BYU-Hawaii. His expertise is in industrial democracy, worker ownership and ethics.He has been director of the BYU Small Business Center, the National Center for Employee Ownership and Hyatt Clark Industries and has been a visiting scholar at the International Institute for Labor Studies in Switzerland.

A recipient of various research grants, Woodworth is a frequent consultant to major corporations, unions and governmental organizations. He is co-author of "Managing by the Numbers: Absentee Ownership and the Decline of American Industry."