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Jennings, Dev

Bio

P. Devereaux (Dev) Jennings is a Professor of Strategy and Organization in the Alberta School of Business at the University of Alberta. Dev is co-lead of the Future Energy Systems theme on Resilient Reclaimed Land and Water Systems. His Future Energy Systems research is currently focused on creating Behavioral Success Indicators (BSIs) and methodologies to combine with biophysical indicators of land and water reclamation success and, in the longer run, on applying his knowledge of cleantech startup organizations to encourage more involvement by business in Alberta's renewable energy sector.


Dev’s work as an organizations scholar has been in four areas: organizational structure and strategy, environmental management and regulation, innovation and tech start-ups, and gender and family business. Over the past twenty-five years, he has published with a diverse group of co-authors in a wide array of journals, including Administrative Science Quarterly, the Academy of Management Journal, the Academy of Management Review, the Journal of Business Venturing and Organization and Environment.


Dev received his Ph.D. and M.A. from Stanford University and his A.B. from Dartmouth College. He is the Thornton A. Graham Professor of Strategy and Organization and the Coordinator of the Canadian Center for Corporate Social Responsibility (CCCSR) at the Alberta School of Business. Dev has served as Action Editor for the Academy of Management Review, Co-Founding Editor of Strategic Organization, Field Editor of the Journal of Business Venturing and Associate Editor at Administrative Science Quarterly. He served on the leadership track of the Organizations and the Natural Environment (ONE) Division of the Academy of Management including as program chair.  

Jennings, Dev

Publications, Activities, and Awards

  • Assessing The Sustainability Of Passive Treatment Systems For Land And Water Reclamation For Energy Systems
  • Behavioural Success Indicators (BSI): A Review And Application
  • Institutional Dynamics For Redefining Sustainability In The Anthropocene
  • Integrated Land And Water Reclamation Approached For Energy Systems To Minimize Landscape Disturbances And Improve Waste Management
  • National Science Foundation (NSF) Workshop On Organizational Issues In Technology Transfer
  • Organizing In / For The Anthropocene: Radical And Transdisciplinary Thinking
  • Reclaimed Resilient Land And Water Systems – Land
  • Reclaimed Resilient Land And Water Systems – Success Indicators
  • Reclaimed Resilient Land And Water Systems – Water
  • Resilient Climate Implementation: Weathering Political Shocks
  • Resilient Reclaimed Land And Water Systems Monthly Theme Lead Meetings
  • Resilient Reclaimed Land And Water Systems Theme Organizational Meeting
  • Resilient Reclaimed Land And Water Systems Theme Workshop
  • Resilient Reclaimed Land And Water Systems Theme Workshop
  • The Worldwide Transition To Renewable Energy Production And Innovation: How Financial Markets And Policies Matter