M. David Albritton

Associate Professor of Management

M. David Albritton

At NAU since 2004

(928) 523-7390

Office Number: 307

Email: David.Albritton@nau.edu


Educational Background

Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D), 2004
Auburn University, Department of Management

Masters of Business Administration (MBA), 2000
Auburn University, College of Business

Bachelor of Science (B.S.), 1991
University of Florida, College of Journalism and Communications, Minor: Business Administration

Courses Usually Taught

MGT 300 Managing, Organizing and Leading
MGT 490C Strategic Management
MGT 300 (Integrated) BizBlock
BA650 MBA Systems, Orientation and Training

Employment History

Northern Arizona University
Assistant Professor of Management
Flagstaff, Arizona
Fall 2004 - current

Auburn University
Graduate Instructor
Auburn, Alabama
Spring 1999 - Summer 2004

Turner Broadcasting Systems, Inc.
Senior Media Manager—Entertainment
Atlanta, Georgia
March 1997 to September 1998

Bates USA (Advertising Agency)
Media Manager
Atlanta, Georgia
August 1996 to January 1997

BBDO South (Advertising Agency)
Media Planner
Atlanta, Georgia
July 1995 - August 1996

Morris & Fellows, Inc. (Marketing Consultancy)
Media Buyer/Media Planner
Atlanta, Georgia
March 1994 - July 1995

Ad Action Group (Advertising Agency)
Media Buyer
Atlanta, Georgia
March 1992 - March 1994

Area(s) of Emphasis

Management: Strategic Management, Operations Management

Research Work

Research interests are centered on organizational decision-making and decision models. Research activities include: (1) management science—optimization and heuristics, (2) strategic uses of technology, (3) organizational change and organization diagnostics, and (4) information systems—virtual collaboration and virtual learning

Professional Organizations

Academy of Management, Decision Sciences Institute, INFORMS, Southern Management Association

Publications & Projects

See Curriculum Vitae

A Kodak Moment with the Class of 2013 

Professor Albritton and the MBA class of 2013

The MBA students are striking a typical Albritton pose during their "Dress like David Albritton Day".

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