K. Doreen MacAulay
K Doreen MacAulay is an instructor in the Department of Information Systems Decision Sciences, teaching organizational behavior analysis and strategic management.
Her research focuses on the areas of organizational change and history. MacAulay holds a PhD in management from St. Mary's University in Nova Scotia, an MBA from the University of New Brunswick, and a Bachelor of Science in psychology from St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia.
MacAulay has teaching experience at St. Mary's University and the University of New Brunswick, where she was also the director of undergraduate studies. MacAulay has served on the USF Muma College of Business case competition committees since 2011 and is a member of the Academy of Management Association and the Southern Academy of Management Association. She has also served as a reviewer for several conferences and journals.
- MAN 3025 - Principles of Management
- MAN 3240 - Organizational Behavioral Analysis
- GEB 4890 - Strategic Management
- MAN 6147 - Leadership/Management Concepts
- MacAulay, K.D., Yue, A. R. & Thurlow, A.B., (2010). "Ghosts in the hallways: Unseen actors and organizational change." Journal of Change Management, Vol 10 (4): 335-346.
- MacAulay, K. D., Rinehart, S. M., (2003). "The Success of Chains: Customer Loyalty of Customer Comfort?" Journal of Business and Economics Research, Vol 2 (4): 27-33.