Jennifer J. Dose
Associate Professor of Human Resource Management 

   
Education The Ohio State University, Columbus
Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology

B.A., Business & Psychology, Wittenberg University, Springfield, Ohio

   
Courses Taught

Organizational Behavior (HRM 311)
Principles of Management (HRM 120)
Human Resources Management (HRM 301)
Leading Organizational Change (HRM/LEAD 312)
Netherlands Cross-Cultural (HRM/BUSA 352)

   
Professional Memberships Academy of Management
Christian Business Faculty Association
Society for Human Resource Management
Human Resource Professionals of Central Pennsylvania
Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology
   
 

Publications and Presentations

Publications

Dose, J. J. (2009).  Difficult choices in total compensation: Balancing health care costs and wage increases.  Journal of Human Resource Education, 3(2), 11-19.

 

Dose, J. J. (2009).  Human nature and teaching management theory.  Christian Business Academy Review, 4, 19-28.

Dose, J. J. (2006).  Leader-Member Exchange in Scripture: Insights from Jesus, Noah, and Abraham.  Journal of Biblical Integration in Business, 12, 81-110.

Dose, J. J.  (2003)  Information exchange in personnel selection decisions.  Applied Psychology:  An International Review, 52, 237-252.

Thoms, P., Dose, J. J., & Moore, K. S.  (2003).  Accountability, job satisfaction, and trust in management. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 13, 307-323.

Dose, J. J. (2000).  Information exchange in decision making among interviewers.  Proceedings of the Midwest Academy of Management Annual Meeting.

Dose, J. J., & Murphy, K. (2000).  The effects of demographic minorities on group influence processes.  Proceedings of the Midwest Academy of Management Annual Meeting.

Dose, J. J., & Klimoski, R. J. (1999).  The diversity of diversity: Work values effects on formative team processes.  Human Resource Management Review, 9, 83-108.

Dose. J. J. (1999).  The relationship between work values similarity and team-member and leader-member exchange relationships.  Group Dynamics:  Theory, Research, and Practice, 3, 20-32.

Dose, J. J. (1998).  The effect of diversity of group composition on information exchange in decision making.  Proceedings of the Midwest Academy of Management Annual Conference.

Dose, J. J. (1997).  Work values:  An integrative framework and illustrative application to organizational socialization.  Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 70, 219-240.

Dose, J. J., & Klimoski, R. J. (1995).  Doing the right thing in the workplace: Accountability in the face of responsibility.  Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 8, 35-56.

Selected Conference Presentations

Dose, J. J. (2010).  Teaching Applications of Social Network Analysis.  Proceedings of the Christian Business Faculty Association.

 

Dose, J. J. (2006).  Proverbs:  Ancient Wisdom for Contemporary Organizations.  Proceedings of the Christian Business Faculty Association.

Dose, J. J. (2006, June).  Illustrating Leadership Concepts through Colonial House.  Paper presented at the Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, Rochester, NY.

Dose, J. J. (2004). Ancient wisdom for contemporary organizations. Proceedings of the Eastern Academy of Management Annual Meeting.

Dose, J. J. (2004). Salience of diverse membership in decision-making groups. Proceedings of the Eastern Academy of Management Annual Meeting.

Dose, J. J., Akerboom, P., & Lok, J. (2002, November).  Comparative human resources:  A partnership between Messiah College and Christelijke Hogeschool Ede.  Paper presented at the conference on Innovative Teaching in Human Resources and Industrial Relations, Columbus, OH.

Kilmer, R., & Dose, J. J. (2001, October).  Is "effort OR results" enough in a Christian business classroom?  Paper presented at the Christian Business Faculty Association annual conference, Bourbonnais, IL.

Dose, J. J. (2001, June).  Teaching the characteristics of a good goal.  Paper presented at the Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference (national), Harrisonburg, VA.

Dose, J. J., & Murphy, K. (2000, April).  The effects of demographic minorities on group influence processes.  Paper presented at the Midwest Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Chicago.

Dose, J. J. (1998, April).  The effect of diversity of group composition on information exchange in decision making.  Paper presented at the Midwest Academy of Management Annual Conference, Kansas City, MO.

Murphy, K. A. & Dose, J. J.  (1997, April).  The effect of minority influence on group polarization.  Paper presented at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, Austin, TX.

Dose, J. J. (1995, August).  Work values and team processes and outcomes.  In R. Klimoski (Chair), Work Value and Teams.  Symposium presented at the National Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

Dose, J. J. (1995, May).  Work group diversity:  The effects of gender and ethical values on decision making.  In M. Urban (Chair), An inquiry into a person by intervention perspective.  Symposium presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Meeting, Orlando.

Dose, J. J., Gooden, M., & Von Hippel, W. (1995, May).  The relationship between negative affectivity and health in African-American students:  The implications of self-perceptions for college minority retention.  Paper presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago.

Dose, J. J., & Klimoski, R. J. (1993, November).  Organizational control:  Achieving employee responsibility through accountability.  Paper presented at the Institute for Behavioral and Applied Management National Meeting, Denver.

Dose, J. J. (1992, August).  Accountability and responsibility:  The empirical record.  In R. J. Klimoski (Chair), Doing the right thing:  The forces of accountability and responsibility in organizations.  Symposium conducted at the Academy of Management National Meeting, Las Vegas.

Dose, J. J., & Klimoski, R. J. (1992, April).  Social loafing in an interactive task:  Effects of personal responsibility and accountability on cognitive effort.  Paper presented at the Midwest Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago.

   
Professional
&
Personal Interests

Research interests:  Group decision making, work values

Member, First United Methodist Church Mechanicsburg
               Choir, Administrative Board

   
 

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(717) 766-2511 ext 2320
JDose@messiah.edu

Last updated 04/29/2003