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Roxanne Helm-Stevens, DBA

MAM Program Director
Associate Professor
Phone: (626) 815-6000, Ext. 3463
Email: rhelm@apu.edu
Roxanne Helm-Stevens joined the School of Business and Management faculty in 2000, teaching in the graduate and undergraduate programs. In 2007, she accepted the chair position for the Master of Arts in Human Resources and Organizational Development (now the MAM degree), which she has since given up. Her areas of teaching include organizational behavior, management, business, and employee development.

Prior to joining APU, Helm-Stevens worked in public and private industry for 20 years, during which time she held management positions in various industries. Throughout her corporate career, she received recognition and numerous awards for her work in performance improvement, benchmarking, and best practices. Active in her field, she has received national certifications from the International Society for Process Improvement and the American Society for Training and Development.

Helm-Stevens received her MBA with specializations in leadership and human and organizational development from Azusa Pacific University. She is in the dissertation stage of her doctorate in strategic management from Alliant International University. She has participated in national and international conferences, presenting and publishing on the topics of strategic business management, organizational behavior, educational leadership, and service-learning.

Education

DBA (ABD), Strategic Management, Alliant International University
MBA, Human and Organizational Development, Azusa Pacific University (1999)
B.S., Business Administration/B.A. in Business Management, University of Phoenix (1992)
A.A., Mount San Antonio College (1990)

Credentials/Certifications
International Society for Process Improvement
American Society for Training and Development

Departments

  • School of Business and Management
    • Graduate Programs
    • Undergraduate Programs

Expertise

  • Leadership
  • Management
  • Organizational Effectiveness

Courses Taught

BUSI 210 – Principles of Management
BUSI 448 – Organization and Administrative Behavior
BUSI 496 – Senior Seminar: Business Ethics
BUSI 528 – Consulting for Organizations
HROD 500 – Human Resource Development
HROD 521 – Organizational Development and Change
HROD 550 – Instructional Design and Training Methods
HROD 561 – Group Dynamics and Conflict Management
MGMT 516 – Organizational Behavior
MKTG 362 – Consumer Behavior
BUSI 110 – Business and Entrepreneurship

Office Location

Wilden Hall, Room 214, East Campus

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