Alexandra M. Dunn, Assistant Professor of Management, is an organizational scientist whose research focuses on creating supportive work environments, onboarding, high-reliability organizations (e.g., firefighters, police officers), and how to design effective surveys. Her work has been published in numerous academic journals, including “How Far Can Support Go? Supported Supervisors’ Performance and Subordinate Dedication” in the Journal of Business and Psychology, “Quantity and Quality: Increasing Safety Norms through After-Action Reviews” in Human Relations, and “Less Acting, More Doing: How Surface Acting Relates to Perceived Meeting Effectiveness and Other Employee Outcomes” in the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. She also has co-authored “Implementing After-Action Review Systems in Organizations: Key Principles and Practical Considerations,” which appears in The Cambridge Handbook of Meeting Science, and has contributed to The SAGE Encyclopedia of Industrial Organizational Psychology on topics of perceived organizational support and after action reviews. Dr. Dunn’s work has been quoted in multiple media outlets include Men’s Health, “The Job Habit That Can Burn You Out,” the Charlotte Business Journal, “How to Succeed as a Millennial Woman in Business,” and recently on Fredericksburg.com, “Fit and Fairness Are Two Words that Managers Should Live By.” She has received fellowship awards from the National Science Foundation and P.E.O. International.
Alexandra Dunn in the News
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