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Daniel Dayton, PhD

Adjunct Faculty and Doctoral Faculty Advisor

daniel.dayton@franklin.edu

Profile

Dr. Dayton received his PhD in Organization and Management from Capella University, his MBA from the Devry University Keller Graduate School of Management, and his B.S. in Management from the University College of the University of Maryland. He has been with Franklin University since Spring, 2012. Dan and Dottie, his wife of 30 years, live in Mason, Ohio, just north of Cincinnati, and have two grown children, Britanni and Andrew. For fun, he enjoys performing classical choral music, professional hand bells, and in the theater.

Education

2011
Capella University (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Doctor of Philosophy, Organization and Management
2002
DeVry Institute of Technology
Master of Business Administration, Business Administration
1986
University of Maryland University College (College Park, Maryland)
Bachelor of Science, Business + Management

Certifications

2016
Protecting Human Research Participants, The National Institute of Health (NIH) Office of Extramural Research

Work Experience

2017 - 2020
Franklin University, Adjunct Faculty - Urbana
2012 - Present
Franklin University, Adjunct Faculty & Doctoral Faculty Advisor

Publications & Presentations

Dayton, D. (2016, Jul. 14). The Process for Creating Knowledge: From Practical Problem to Research Question and Methodology. Colorado Technical University Doctoral Symposium, Denver, CO.
Dayton, D. (2015, Oct. 31). Leadership Theory Seminar. Colorado Technical University Doctoral Symposium, Denver, CO.
Dayton, D. (2015, Jun. 16). The Process for Creating Knowledge: From Practical Problem to Research Question and Methodology. Colorado Technical University Doctoral Symposium, Denver, CO.
Dayton, D. (2015, Jan. 31). Getting ideas for an academic study: conceptual and empirical. Colorado Technical University Doctoral Symposium, Denver, CO.
Dayton, D. (2014, Jul. 18). Qualitative Research Methodology Workshop. Colorado Technical University Doctoral Symposium, Denver, CO.
Dayton, D. (2014, Jul. 17). The Process for Creating Knowledge: From Practical Problem to Research Question and Methodology. Colorado Technical University Doctoral Symposium, Denver, CO.
Dayton, D. (2013, Apr. 15). Socially Constructed Management Communication and Practice: A Phenomenological Study. Academy of Management Annual Conference, 2013, Orlando, FL, USA.
Dayton, D. (2012, Aug. 6). The Social Construction of Organizational Learning. Academy of Management Annual Conference, 2012, Boston, MA, USA.
Dayton, D. (2011). Communicating organizational quality: A phenomenological study through the lenses of complexity leadership and organizational learning theories. Proquest 2470603901. 0-proquest.umi.com.bianca.penlib.du.edu/pqdweb?did=2470603901&sid=3&Fmt=2&clientId=48347&RQT=309&VName=PQD

Professional Service

2020
Session Chair
Midwest Academy of Management 2020 Annual Conference
(Des Moines, Iowa) End Date: 2021
2018
Member
Midwest Academy of Management
(Omaha, Nebraska) End Date: 2018
2018
Member
Midwest Academy of Management
(Chicago, Illinois)
2018
Reviewer/Paper Reader
Academy of Management
(Boston, Massachusetts) End Date: 2018
2017
Reviewer/Paper Reader
Academy of Management
(Chicago, Illinois) End Date: 2017
2016
Reviewer/Paper Reader
Academy of Management
(Atlanta, Georgia) End Date: 2016
2015
Reviewer/Paper Reader
Academy of Management
(Anaheim, California) End Date: 2015
2014
Reviewer/Paper Reader
Academy of Management
(Vancouver)
2013
Member
Organization Management Journal
2013
Reviewer/Paper Reader
Academy of Management
(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) End Date: 2013
2013
Reviewer/Paper Reader
Journal of Management History
2013
Session Chair
Academy of Management Annual Conference
(Lake Buena Vista, Florida) End Date: 2013
2012
Committee Member
Academy of Management, MED Division
(Lake Buena Vista, Florida) End Date: 2013
2011
Officer, Other Officer
Academy of Management, MED Division
2010
Reviewer/Paper Reader
Journal of Management History
2010
Reviewer/Paper Reader
Management Learning Journal