F.C. Manning Faculty & Staff

Kelly Dye
Area: Management
  (902) 585-1285
  • BComm (Dalhousie) CCEDP
  • MBA (Fort Hays State)
  • PhD (Saint Mary’s)
Research Interests
Gender and Diversity, Gendering Processes, Organization Change

Kelly Dye (PhD) brings with her more than twelve years of industry experience in sales and marketing, corporate training, small business ownership, and business consulting. She began her career in sales and marketing, and received several sales awards. Her sales career led her to sales training. Kelly enjoyed training so much that she set her sights on a career in academia. Along the way, she opened her own successful small business, sold two franchises, and began consulting.

She has been teaching in the field of business management since 1998, in various capacities, including one-day seminars, customized training, and master’s level management courses. She currently teaches Organizational Behaviour, Gender and Diversity in Organizations, and Change Management at the F.C. Manning School of Business, covering topics such as leadership, conflict management, team dynamics, and stress management.

Key areas of her research include organization change management, gender and diversity in organizations, and stress management. Kelly’s work has been published in various books and scholarly journals, and has been presented internationally at conferences in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Poland. Her most recent projects include a presentation of her work at Keele University in the U.K., an organization change textbook (to be published by Routledge), and an encyclopedia entry for the International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. She also serves on the editorial boards of the Workplace Review and the Journal of Workplace Rights.