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Dr Stephen Dann

Dr Stephen Dann

Research School of Management


Position:
Senior Lecturer
Email: stephen.dann@anu.edu.au
Phone: +61 2 612 54516
Office: Room 1070, LF Crisp Bld (26)

Research areas

Marketing; Management.

Biography

Stephen Dann is a Senior Lecturer of Marketing. Stephen’s research spans marketing, management, leadership, with specific examples including: the pioneering of Marketing definitions and applications, a marketing perspective on Twitter analysis including textual analysis of timelines and hashtag events; examining the ideology of Political Marketing and Stakeholder Engagement; the applications of Services Marketing in postgraduate supervision’; and the art and uptake of #Selfies on Instagram.  As an experienced Certified Lego® Serious Play™ Facilitator, Stephen’s research also explores the marketing applications of Lego Serious Play. Stephen’s work has been published in top-ranked journals including European Journal of Marketing, Journal of Business Research, Marketing Theory, Australasian Marketing Journal and Journal of Macromarketing.

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Twitter: @stephendann

 

Research publications

Publication List

Six best publications

1. - Dann, S (2010) “Redefining Social Marketing: Adapting and adopting contemporary commercial marketing thinking into the social marketing discipline”, Journal of Business Research 63 (2) 147-153 doi:10.1016/j.jbusres.2009.02.013 (388 citations)

2. - Dann, S (2010) Twitter content classification, First Monday, 15 (12)- 6 December 2010, http://firstmonday.org/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/viewArticle/2745/2681 (174 citations)

3. - Hughes, A., & Dann, S. (2009). Political marketing and stakeholder engagement. Marketing Theory, 9(2), 243-256.(71 citations)

4. - Dann, S (2008) Applying services marketing principles to postgraduate supervision, Quality Assurance in Education 16 (4), 333-346, (59 citations)

5. - Dann, S. Harris, P, Mort, G. Fry, M.L. and Binney W (2007) Reigniting the Fire : A contemporary research agenda for social, political and non profit marketing, Journal of Public Affairs, 7 pp291-304  DOI: 10.1002/pa.269 (52 citations) 

6. - Eagar, T., & Dann, S. (2016). Classifying the narrated# selfie: genre typing human-branding activity. European Journal of Marketing, 50(9/10), 1835-1857. (49 citations)

For more publications, and most up to date citation counts, head to my Google Scholar Profile 

Teaching and Learning Publications

  • Dann & Dann (2011), E-marketing Theory and Application, Palgrave (50 citations) 
  • Solomon, Dann, Dann, & Bennett (2007), Consumer Behaviour, Pearson Education (79 citations)
  • Dann & Dann, Competitive Marketing Strategy, Pearson Education (2007) (11 citations)
  • Dann, S and Dann, S (2005) Insight and Overview of Social Marketing, Department of Premier and Cabinet, Queensland Government. (4 citations)
  • Dann, S. and Dann, S (2004), Strategic Internet Marketing 2nd edition, Brisbane: Wiley  (86  citations)
  • Dann, S. & Dann, S (2004), Introduction to Marketing, Brisbane: Wiley (15 citations)
  • Lawrence, E, Newton, S., Corbitt, B., Lawrence, J., Dann, S. & Thanasankit, T (2001) Internet Commerce: Digital Models for Business (3rd Edition), John Wiley Publishers, Brisbane (202 citations)

 

 

Research grants and awards

Funding


Research Grants (Australian)
 

Year

Grant

Award

Topic

2020

Discovery DP200101462 with with Prof Bronwyn Hemsley and Prof Susan Balandin

371,623.00

An Appetite for the Future: 3D Printed Food for People with Swallowing Disability


Research Grants (Canadian)

Year

Grant

Award

Topic

2018

Visiting Fellowship

CAD$6000

Dhillon School of Business Burns Visiting Fellow, University of Lethbridge

2017

University of Lethbridge Community of Research Excellence Development Opportunities (CREDO) grant with Adriane MacDonald

CAD$25000

Navigating Paradoxical Tensions with Sense-making Tools: A Study of Lego Serious Play for MultiStakeholder Partnerships

2018

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) grant with Adriane MacDonald

CAD$55000

Navigating Paradoxical Tensions with Sensemaking Tools: A Study of Lego Serious Play for MultiStakeholder Partnerships


Research Grants (Australian National University)

Year

Grant

Award

Topic

2018

Kambri Project Teaching Award

3,480

Innovative Course Delivery

2018

ANU Teaching Enhancement Grant

$9742

Building the Innovative/Reflective Learner: Using Lego Serious Play processes to enhance metacognitive practice in postgraduate professional learning environments

2016

Research School Grant

$7500

Development and Refinement of an Instagram Content Classification Framework

2014

Research School Grant

$8500

Establishing the Social Marketing Research Agenda 2016-2021

2013

Research School Grant

$8300

“Raising the Stakeholders” A qualitative exploration of how political marketing practitioners manage stakeholder relationships and deliver promises of political value to the electorate

2009

College of Business and Education Outreach Grant

$6000

The Social Marketing Agenda: A benchmarking study of Australian Teaching and Research Capacity in social marketing

2008

Vice Chancellor’s Travel Grant

$7000

World Social Marketing Conference to present a new global definition of social marketing

2007

College Internal Grant

$8900

Impact of social networks on consumer decision making for on-line services consumption


Industry Income (Lego Serious Play Workshops)

Year

Agency

Income

Topic

2018

University of New England

$7500

Lego Serious Play Day Length Stakeholder Consultation Event

 

Australian Catholic University

$2000

Senior Executive Retreat

 

YMCA

$3000

Senior Management Leadership Retreat

 

MoodleMoot

$5000

Product Specification Event

 

Council of Australasian University Leaders in Learning and Teaching (CAULLT)

$1500

Strategy Development Day

 

University of Technology Sydney School of Health (Speech Pathology)

$3000

Team building workshop

2017

ACU

$1000

Technical Demonstration


Other Industry Income

Year

Agency

Income

Topic

2006

Equestrian Queensland

$1875

Participation motivation for equestrian sports

 

Productive Ageing Centre

$1500

Volunteering in older demographics: an exploratory study

2005

PWX Games (Canada)

USD$7000

Viability of Canadian based video games in a global wrestling fan base.

2004

Office of the Premier and Cabinet Grant

$10000

Development of “Insight and overview of social marketing” guide to social marketing practice for the Queensland State Government.

Awards

Senior Social Marketing Expert, World Social Marketing Conference (2008)

Post Doctoral Fellowship, AMPR, Queensland University of Technology (2005)

University of the Sunshine Coast and AGB Australia, Best Academic Paper Award (1999)

Griffith University Postgraduate Research Scholarship (1996)

 

Research engagement and outreach

Memberships

  • Lifetime member, Australian Association of Social Marketing
  • Australia and New Zealand Marketing Academy 
  • Australian Institute of Training and Development
  • British Academy of Management
  • Media Entertainment Arts Alliance
  • NTEU
  • Senior Fellow, Advance HE (formerly Higher Education Academy)

Prior Professional Associations Executive Roles

  • Executive Member, Australian Association of Social Marketing (2009-2010,2015-2018)
  • Webmaster, Australia and New Zealand Marketing Academy (2010-2013, 2015-2018)
  • Executive Member, Australia and New Zealand Marketing Academy (2010-2013; 2015-2018)
  • unOrganisation Committee, Barcamp Canberra (2011-12), UnConference Canberra (2016)  


Outreach:

An experienced Certified Lego® Serious Play™ Facilitator, Stephen has run over 100 workshops. He has delivered to audiences of industry practitioners, academics, students and conference attendees in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Darwin and Brisbane, along with running workshops in Canada and the United Kingdom.  He has facilitated individual personal development sessions, academic career goal-setting events, industry stakeholder engagement, and in-class teaching events for management, marketing, economics and engineering cohorts.  Stephen’s work in the Lego Serious Play field is a combination of industry impact through consulting, public workshops and seminar series, and research-led benchmarking of the effectiveness of LSP as a pedagogical tool. 

Stephen has been funded almost $10,000 by the Australian National University Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Enhancement Grant to assess the value of LSP for asking problem specification and solution ideation processes for professional practice courses in the College of Engineering and Computer Sciences.

Stephen is the 2018 recipient of the University of Lethbridge Dhillon School of Business Burns Visiting Fellowship to continue his Lego Serious Play engagement with the Lethbridge and Calgary business communities.

 

Teaching

Awards and Scholarships

  • ANU Vice Chancellor’s Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning (2010)
  • ANU Achievement award: Candidate for Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Learning (2010)
  • ANU Commendation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning  (2010)
  • Pearson ANZMAC Emerging Educator of the Year (2010)
  • ANU College of Business and Economics Award for Teaching Excellence (2010)
  • Senior Social Marketing Expert, World Social Marketing Conference (2008)

 

Education Award Nominations

  • Nominated for the 2014 ANU College of Business and Economics Award for Excellence in Supervision 
  • Nominated for the ANU Last Lecture award (2010-2011, 2014)
  • Nominated for Vice Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence (2008-2010)
  • Nominated for Best Tertiary (Adaptation) Single Title for "Consumer Behaviour – Buying, Having, Being" in the Australian Awards for Excellence in Educational Publishing 2007 Shortlist
  • Nominated for Best Teaching and Learning Package for “Introduction to Marketing; Study Guide to Accompany Introduction to Marketing; Introduction to Marketing CD” in the Australian Awards for Excellence in Educational Publishing 2004 Shortlist

 

Teaching and Learning Publications

 

  • Dann & Dann (2011), E-marketing Theory and Application, Palgrave (50 citations) 
  • Solomon, Dann, Dann, & Bennett (2007), Consumer Behaviour, Pearson Education (79 citations)
  • Dann & Dann, Competitive Marketing Strategy, Pearson Education (2007) (11 citations)
  • Dann, S and Dann, S (2005) Insight and Overview of Social Marketing, Department of Premier and Cabinet, Queensland Government. (4 citations)
  • Dann, S. and Dann, S (2004), Strategic Internet Marketing 2nd edition, Brisbane: Wiley  (86  citations)
  • Dann, S. & Dann, S (2004), Introduction to Marketing, Brisbane: Wiley (15 citations)
  • Lawrence, E, Newton, S., Corbitt, B., Lawrence, J., Dann, S. & Thanasankit, T (2001) Internet Commerce: Digital Models for Business (3rd Edition), John Wiley Publishers, Brisbane (202 citations)

 

Teaching Experience (ANU)

  1. 2016 Services Marketing (UG, PG), Social Marketing (UG),  eMarketing (UG)
  2. 2015 Introduction to Marketing (UG), Services Marketing (UG, PG)
  3. 2014 Social Marketing (UG), Introduction to Marketing (UG, PG), Services Marketing (PG)
  4. 2013 Social Marketing (UG), Introduction to Marketing (PG)
  5. 2012 Marketing Research (UG), Social Marketing (UG)
  6. 2011 Marketing Strategy (PG), Social Marketing (UG, PG), Introduction to Marketing (UG, PG)
  7. 2010 Social Marketing (UG), Marketing Strategy (UG, PG), Business Decision Making (UG, PG)
  8. 2009 Consumer Behaviour (UG), Social Marketing (UG),
  9. 2008 Consumer Behaviour (UG, PG), eMarketing (UG, PG),
  10. 2007 Introduction to Marketing (UG), eMarketing (UG, PG), Marketing Management (UG), Services Marketing (PG)
  11. 2006 Marketing Management (UG), eMarketing (UG), Non-Profit and Government Marketing (UG) Services Marketing (PG)

Teaching and Learning Presentations

 

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