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Mark Jordan, Ph.D.

Mark Jordan
Title: Part Time Faculty

Office: Dahlonega
Areas of Expertise: Leadership, Organizational Behavior


Dr. Mark Jordan joined the University of North Georgia in 2007 after spending more than 25 years in the United States Air Force. Prior to joining UNG, Dr. Jordan served as an assistant professor with the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado.

Courses Taught

BUSA 3910: Business Leadership: Theories & Process, MGMT 3661: Fundamentals of Management, MGMT 4665: Human Resources Management, MGMT 4669: Organizational Behavior


  • Ph.D., Management, Auburn University, 2001
  • M.S., Adult Education, Troy State University, 1988
  • B.A., Mathematics, Mississippi State University, 1981


Schraeder, M., Jordan, M., Self, D., Hoover, D. (2016). Unlearning cynicism: A supplemental approach in addressing a serious organizational malady. International Journal of Organizational Analysis.

Gabriel, T. J., Teasley, R., Walker, W., Schraeder, M., Jordan, M. (2016). The ‘Corps’ of the Matter: An Illustration of Collaborative Engagement for Organizational Development. Organization Development Journal, 34(3), 25-42. 

Schraeder, M., Jordan, M., Gabriel, T.  J. (2016). Pre-teaching Strategies Contributing to a Positive Learning Environment. Quality Approaches in Higher Education, 7(1), 23-30.

Jordan, M., Gabriel, T. J., Teasley, R., Walker, W., Schraeder, M. (2015). An integrative approach to identifying factors related to long-term career commitments: a military example. Career Development International, 20(2), 163-178.

Jordan, M., Schraeder, M., Lindsay, D. (in press). An examination of salient, non-monetary, factors influencing performance in public-sector organizations: A conceptual model. Public Personnel Management, 41(4).

Teasley, R., Jordan, M., Sangtani, V. (2012). The human side of technology project performance: Effects of satisfaction, perceived technology policy, task significance and training. Academy of Information and Management Sciences Journal, 15(2), 53-72.

Jordan, M., Schraeder, M. (2011). Enhancing education through service learning. A project overview. Development and Learning in Organizations Journal, 25 (5).

Jordan, M., Schraeder, M. (2011). Managing performance: A practical perspective on managing employee performance. Journal for Quality and Participation, 34 (2).

Jordan, M., Orwig, R. (2010). Service learning: informing the science & art of leadership. Nonprofit World, 28 (2), 10-13.

Jordan, M., Hassan, A., Jackson, R. (2009). An integrated approach to leadership development: Preparing leaders for critical positions. Management in Practice, 13(1), 1-10.

Jordan, M., Gabriel, A. J. (2009). Journey to the center: core leadership philosophy. Development and Learning in Organizations Journal, 23(1), 16-18.

Work Experience

Assistant Professor
U.S. Air Force Academy
2004 - 2007

Assistant Professor
Air Force Command and Staff College, Department of Leadership, Command and Communication Studies
2001 - 2004

Division Chief
Air Command and Staff College, Leadership and Command Division
1996 - 1998

Systems Support Division
Air Force Technical Applications Center (AFTAC)

Auxiliary Seismic Network; Southern Hemisphere Acquisition Program
Air Force Technical Application Center (AFTAC)
1993 - 1994

Deputy Manager for Logistics
Air Force Technical Applications Center (AFTAC)
1991 - 1993

Curriculum Developer
Air Force Officership and Force Employment Division, Squadron Officer School
1989 - 1991

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