Susan Jean Dann


Contact categoryResearcher
Job titleCampus Dean (Queensland)
Research instituteNon-faculty
Non-faculty

Research outputs

Leadership and governance issues in faith based organisations
Dann, Susan. (2018). Leadership and governance issues in faith based organisations. In In Wiltshire, Ken, Malhotra, Aastha and Axelsen, Micheal (Ed.). Transformational leadership and not for profits and social enterprises pp. 172-188 Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315468570-14

Book chapter

Exploring Catholic Social Teaching in a Social Marketing Context: History, Lessons and Future Directions
Dann, Susan Jean and Dann, Stephen. (2016). Exploring Catholic Social Teaching in a Social Marketing Context: History, Lessons and Future Directions. Journal of Macromarketing. https://doi.org/10.1177/0276146716641988

Journal article

e-Marketing: Theory and application
Dann, Stephen and Dann, Susan. (2011). e-Marketing: Theory and application Palgrave Macmillan.

Book

Service dominant logic and social marketing: Exploring the opportunity to enhance social marketing with service dominant logic
Dann, Stephen and Dann, Susan. (2011). Service dominant logic and social marketing: Exploring the opportunity to enhance social marketing with service dominant logic. Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference. Australia: Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy. pp. 1 - 7

Conference item

Challenges in implementing marketing in the context of social enterprises
Dann, Susan and Hollis, Charles. (2011). Challenges in implementing marketing in the context of social enterprises. In A. de Bruin and Stangl, L. M. (Ed.). Proceedings of the Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Conference: Extending theory, integrating practice. New Zealand: Massey University. pp. 301 - 314

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