Linda Dunn-Jensen, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Management
Department of Management, Operations, and Marketing
Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior, New York University, 2006.
MS in Human Resource Management, Loyola University, 1995.
BS in Computer Science, Marquette University, 1986.
Management Theory and Practice, Organization and Environment, Executive Leadership, Organizational Behavior
Interruptions, gender and negotiations, work-role complexity
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
- Johnson, C. S., Dunn-Jensen, L. M., Wells, P. M. (2019). Sketchy communication: An experiential exercise for learning about communication in business. Journal of Education for Business, 94(1), 46-56.
- Jackon, N. C., Lescent-Giles, I., Dunn-Jensen, L. M. (2017). Managing Careers for Ambidexterity and Organizational Alignment: Why It Matters Today to HR Practice. Organization Management Journal, 14(3), 147-159.
- Dunn-Jensen, L. M., Jensen, S., Calhoun, M. A., Ryan, K. C. (2016). Revealing Gender Bias: An Experiential Exercise. Organization Management Journal, 13, 101-114.
- Calhoun, M. A., Dunn-Jensen, L. M. (2014). Who needs to know? Knowledge LOF risk and the subsidiary staffing decision. International Journal of Business Environment, 6, 146-160.