Donald D. Dunn

Dr. Donald (Don) D. Dunn, MidAmerica Nazarene University

Dr. Donald (Don) D. Dunn, an Instructor of Business, teaches 20 different courses in leadership, management, ethics, and practical ministry for four universities, including MidAmerica Nazarene University.

Ordination, Church of the Nazarene

Education:

  • PhD, Organization and Management, 2013, Capella University
  • MLS, Organizational Leadership, 2009,¬†Fort Hays State University
  • BA, Religion, 1977, MidAmerica Nazarene College

In addition to his teaching roles, Dr. Dunn offers The Moldable Model to help companies create ethical workplaces, committed employees, and competitive advantage. Don also is employed as the Director of Quality Management at Alvamar, Inc. (Lawrence, KS), and he is part of the consulting team at Maxim Golf Solutions. Don has been married to Janice (Moore) Dunn for 37 years and has two sons, David and Jared, and daughter-in-law, Stephanie. Don enjoys teaching, working with corporate management staff, time with family, action-adventure reading and movies, and golf.

"Luke 14:27 is my favorite verse because in order for me to be a discipline (one who acquires the customs and habits) of Christ, I must carry my cross, which means death to sin, death to self, and death to the comfort zones of life!"

Works by this author

Language: English

Designing Ethical Workplaces: The Moldable Model

Faculty Poster, Week of Scholarship, presented during Faculty Poster Session, April 5, 2017.

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Designing Ethical Workplaces: The Moldable Model Textbook, forthcoming September 2015

Poster, presented at MNU Week of Scholarship, April 2015.

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The Moldable Model: Designing an Effective Corporate Ethical Management System

Donald D. Dunn

From the Abstract: The current literature that discussed ethical leadership, specifically the management of corporate ethics, lacked a consensus toward a consistent component model for a corporate ethical management system (CEMS).

The current literature that discussed ethical leadership, specifically the management of corporate ethics, lacked a consensus toward a consistent component model for a corporate ethical management system (CEMS). This qualitative, multiple case study utilized semi-structured interviews of six executives and 15 employees, organizational document analysis, and an observational tour of each case or organization in order to discover and design a consistent component CEMS, including participant perceptions of the effectiveness of their CEMS.
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Dissertation
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WHDL-00001828