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Management, Marketing, & Business Administration
Dr. Chynette Nealy currently teaches business communication, a core requirement for all business majors. Dr. Nealy has also taught courses that focus on how a business should be organized, and the practices an effective manager should follow. Her learner-centered teaching strategy identifies skill gaps and engages students to “close skill gaps” for academic, professional, and personal successful outcomes. Her research addresses issues related to competencies (e.g. business communication, managerial), cultural diversity in organizations, challenges and opportunities (business, education, and government).
Dr. Nealy has co-authored two books and published numerous articles on these topics in scholarly and practitioner’s journals. Her latest book contributions examine and offer insight into closing the gap, theory to practice, Intercultural Communication.
She is a frequent presenter at international, national, and regional conferences as well as consultant to private sector corporations, educational agencies, and government. The recipient of numerous awards, Dr. Nealy is recognized in the academic and professional community as an innovative educator.
Chunyang, Zhang, Denise Gates, John Stark, and Chynette Nealy. "Intercultural Communication." Managerial Communication Theory and Application 21st Century Management Textbook Series for Experimental and Practical Teaching. Guangzhou: SCUT Press, 2009. 121-45.
Khoja, F. and Nealy, C.. “The Moderating Effect Of Culture On Full Versus Partial Mode Of Communication On Managerial Decision-Making.” Journal of Business & Economics Research 4.7 (2006): 77-84.
Nealy, Chynette. "Enhancing Achievement of First Generation and Traditional College Student Through Active Learning." Business Research Yearbook. XI. Saline: McNaughton & Gunn Inc, 2004. 532-536.
Ashe, Carolyn, and Chynette Nealy. Records Management: Effective Information Systems. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: PearsonPrentice Hall, 2004.
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