Tamme Quinn Grzebyk

Tamme Quinn Grzebyk

Title

Assistant Professor of Teaching - Management

Phone

734-404-8610

Email

tammequinn@wayne.edu

Office

Mike Ilitch School of Business
2771 Woodward Avenue
Room 440
Detroit, MI 48201

Curriculum Vitae

Tamme Quinn Grzebyk

Academic Programs

  • Management
  • Sport entertainment management

Expertise

Team leadership, appraisal, and performance improvement; emotional intelligence and personality in the workplace; corporate culture evaluation; process improvement; knowledge management; enterprise learning and development; reflection and design thinking; course design and development; marketing communications; event management and implementation

Research and teaching interests

Research Interests
Activities at the intersection of business and education
Effects of top management teams on strategic outcomes
Impacts of personality and reflection in business and education strategies
Design thinking in business and education
Development of employees and teams

Teaching Experience and Interests
Levels and Approaches
Graduate and upper-level undergraduate courses
Executive education
Online, face-to-face, and hybrid
Standard semester, extensive workshops, and day-long seminars

Topics Currently Taught
Strategy; management; leadership; organizational behavior, development, and change; ethics; corporate social responsibility; event management; venue management.

Topics Previously Taught
Human resource management, business communication, entrepreneurship, mobile app design, digital games for learning, classroom technology integration, interactive courseware design, and instructional technology.

Courses in Mike Ilitch School of Business - Graduate
BA7080: Strategic Management
BA7070: Social Perspectives & the Business Enterprise
BA7040: Managing Organizational Behavior
BA6020: Principles of Management
MGT7815: Strategic Leadership
MGT7630: Organizational Development and Change
SEM7120: Event Planning & Management
SEM8000: Venue Management
SEM800: Business Development

Education

Ph.D., Wayne State University - Instructional Technology with a cognate in Management - focus on design and performance improvement
MSMgmt, Walsh College of Accountancy and Business Administration - Management
BA, Wayne State University - Public Relations
 

Biography

Dr. Tamme Quinn Grzebyk serves as an assistant professor of teaching Business and Information Systems in the Mike Ilitch School of Business at Wayne State University, in Detroit. There, she teaches graduate courses in strategy, management, leadership, as well as organizational behavior, development and change. She also assists in the Sport & Entertainment Management program.

She earned her Ph.D. in Instructional Technology with a cognate in Business, focusing on performance improvement and instructional design. She completed her studies as a fellow of the State of Michigan's King-Chavez-Parks Future Faculty Fellowship program at Wayne State. University.

Prior to pursuing her doctoral degree, Quinn led a consulting firm specializing in performance and process improvement for small to mid-sized businesses, as well as executive education for business leaders. She also spent more than two decades in management, business development, and corporate improvement roles, spanning the information technology, healthcare, and business-to-business services industries.

Quinn’s research interests include activities at the intersection of business and education and the relationship between teams and strategic outcomes.

Quinn serves on various committes at the department and college level. She also maintains memberships in multiple professional and academic organizations, and is the President of a metro-Detroit K-8th grade school board.

Publications

Barbour, M. K., Quinn Grzebyk, T., Grant, M. G., & Siko, J. P. (2017). The challenges of integrating mobile technology in the classroom: Examining an iPad professional development project. Journal on School Educational Technology, 12(3), 22-33.
Tracey, M. W., Hutchinson, A., & Grzebyk, T. Q. (2014). Instructional designers as reflective practitioners: Developing professional identity through reflection. Educational Technology Research and Development, 62(3), 315-334.
Tracey, M. W., & Grzebyk, T. Q. (2014). Engaging multiple teams to design a blended learning course. International Journal of Designs for Learning, 5(1).
Barbour, M. K., Quinn Grzebyk, T., & Eye, J. (2014). Any time, any place, any pace – Really? Examining mobile learning in a virtual school environment. Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education, 15(1).

Presentations

International Conference Presentations

Julian, S., Quinn Grzebyk, T. & Karaca, A. (August, 2019). The Role of Breadth and Depth Factors in Understanding Executive Interpretive Ambivalence. A paper submitted for presentation at the annual conference of the Academy of Management, Boston, MA.Quinn Grzebyk, T. (November, 2015). Exploring reflection’s impact on instructional designers and design. A paper submitted for presentation at the annual conference of the Association for Educational Communication and Technology, Indianapolis, IN.
Barbour, M. K., & Quinn Grzebyk, T. (March, 2014). iPads for teachers? The challenges of integrating technology in the classroom. A concurrent session presented at the annual conference of the Society of Information Technology and teaching in Education (SITE), Jacksonville, FL.
Barbour, M. K., Quinn Grzebyk, T., & Eye, J. (March, 2014) Any time, any place, any pace – Really? Examining mobile learning in a virtual school environment. A concurrent session presented at the annual conference of the Society of Information Technology and teaching in Education (SITE), Jacksonville, FL.
Quinn Grzebyk, T. (November, 2013). Exploring the development of expert skills in novice instructional designers through reflection. A paper presented at the annual conference of the Association for Educational Communication and Technology, Anaheim, CA.
Quinn Grzebyk, T. (October, 2013). Implementing an innovative mobile learning and app development course for instructional technology graduate students. A roundtable session presented at the annual conference of the Association for Educational Communication and Technology, Anaheim, CA.
Tracey, M.W., Quinn Grzebyk, T., & Stefaniak, J. (November, 2012). Preparing novice designers through reflection in action. A concurrent session presented at the annual conference of the Association for Educational Communication and Technology, Louisville, KY.
Tracey, M.W., Stefaniak, J., Quinn Grzebyk, T., & Baaki, J. (November, 2012). A multidisciplinary examination of the decision-making process used by designers. A concurrent session presented at the annual conference of the Association for Educational Communication and Technology, Louisville, KY.
Tracey, M.W., & Quinn Grzebyk, T. (November, 2011). Effects of instructional designer self-awareness during design. A concurrent session presented at the annual conference of the Association for Educational Communication and Technology, Jacksonville, FL.

Professional Development Conferences and Seminars Presented

Quinn Grzebyk, T. (October, 2019). Managing Change. A session presented at Wayne Women Lead at Wayne State University. Detroit, MI.
Quinn Grzebyk, T. (February, 2010). Personality styles. A keynote and extended workshop presented at the annual conference of the Michigan Department of Human Services Weatherization Division. Sault Sainte Marie, MI.
Quinn Grzebyk, T. (February, 2010). Pocket MBA marketing. A workshop presented in the Business 360 Program at Walsh College. Troy, MI.
Quinn Grzebyk, T. (May, 2009). Constructive feedback. A workshop presented by invite at the annual Human Resources Conference at Walsh College. Troy, MI.
Quinn Grzebyk, T. (October, 2008). Building professional relationships. A keynote presented at the annual sales and marketing conference of the Macomb Chamber of Commerce. Sterling Heights, MI.
Quinn Grzebyk, T. (September, 2008). Emotional intelligence & personality styles for leadership. A workshop presented to the Tauber Institute of Global Operations graduate leadership program at the University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, MI.
Quinn Grzebyk, T. (May, 2008). Moving from survive to thrive. A keynote presented at the Professional Development Day of the Project Management Institute Thumb Chapter. Grand Blanc, MI.
Quinn Grzebyk, T. (October, 2007). Dealing with difficult people. A keynote presented at the annual conference of the Michigan Fraternal Congress. Mount Pleasant, MI.
Quinn Grzebyk, T. (October, 2007). Thriving in uncertainty. A workshop presented at the annual conference of the Michigan Fraternal Congress. Mount Pleasant, MI.
Quinn Grzebyk, T. (October, 2007). Dealing with difficult people. A workshop presented at Xavier University Leadership Center. Cincinnati, OH.
Quinn Grzebyk, T. (October, 2007). Personality styles. A workshop presented at Xavier University Leadership Center. Cincinnati, OH.
Quinn Grzebyk, T. (September, 2007). Process mapping. A workshop presented by invite at the monthly meeting of The Alternative Board. Bloomfield Hills, MI.
Quinn Grzebyk, T. (September, 2007). Dealing with difficult people. A keynote presented by invite at the monthly meeting of the Novi Chamber of Commerce. Novi, MI.
Quinn Grzebyk, T. (September, 2007). Workplace harmony. A seminar presented at the monthly meeting of the Michigan Association of Certified Professional Accountants (MACPA). Ann Arbor, MI.
Quinn Grzebyk, T. (August, 2007). Dealing with difficult people. A keynote presented at Baker College Faculty Development Day, Sterling Heights, MI.
Quinn Grzebyk, T. (June, 2007). Thriving in uncertainty. A keynote presented at the monthly meeting of the Canton Chamber of Commerce. Canton, MI.
Quinn Grzebyk, T. (May, 2007). Effective communication strategies. A keynote presented at the annual conference of the Michigan Public Employer Labor Relations Association. Ann Arbor, MI.
Quinn Grzebyk, T. (May, 2007). Communication metrics. A workshop presented by invite at the annual small business makeover conference of the Walsh College Business Institute. Troy, MI
Quinn Grzebyk, T. (March, 2007). Effective communication strategies. A keynote presented by invite at the conference of the Oakland County Clerks Association. Bloomfield Hills, MI.
Quinn Grzebyk, T. (December, 2006). Workplace harmony. A workshop presented by invite at the Walsh College Business Leadership Institute. Troy, MI.

Awards

King-Chavez-Parks Future Faculty Fellowship, State of Michigan; Wayne State University Graduate School (2012 - 2013, 2013 - 2014)
Kern Family Foundation Innovative Teaching Program, Lawrence Technological University (2013)
Michigan Council of Women in Technology Scholarship, MCWT Foundation (2011 - 2012, 2012 - 2013)
Adams Entrepreneurial Fellowship, Community Foundation of Southeast Michigan (2009 - 2010)