Dr Lynn Gribble
Senior Lecturer

Dr Lynn Gribble

Doctor of Philosophy - Identifying the psychological underpinnings of retrenchment and how outplacement ameliorates these. SCU 2001

Master Labour Law and Relations (MLLR) Sydney University 2004

Master Education (Training & Development) SCU 1998

Graduate Diploma Tourism Management University of Technology 1995

 

Professional recognition:

Certified Member Association for Learning Technology (CMALT)

“The CMALT Accreditation Framework provides pathways to peer-assessed accreditation for Learning Technology professionals in the UK and internationally. We Learning Technology as the broad range of communication, information and related technologies that can be used to support learning, teaching and assessment. The CMALT Accreditation Framework is for professionals who are actively involved in understanding, managing, researching, supporting or enabling learning with the use of Learning Technology. Achieving Certified Membership is recognition from your peers that you are a current practitioner.”

Senior Fellow Higher Education Academy (SFHEA)

Being awarded Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA)  (2020) constitutes internationally accredited, quality-assured recognition of my ‘thorough understanding of effective approaches to teaching and learning support as a key contribution to high quality student learning’ —including successful peer engagement, influence and leadership—through evidence-based practice, research, reflection and development, measured against global peer-reviewed standards. Of >160,000 HEA fellows globally, about 11% are Senior Fellows (<50 at UNSW)

https://www.advance-he.ac.uk/fellowship/senior-fellowship

Business School
School of Management and Governance

Lynn joined UNSW after a long corporate career in Learning and Development as well as Human Resources.  Holding Masters qualifications in both Education (Training and Development, with a focus on aligning personal and organisational values) and Labour Law and Relations (focusing on transmission of business) Lynn’s PhD looked at the “Psychological constructs underpinning retrenchment and how outplacement ameliorates these”. 

As an Education Focused academic, Lynn has used her keen interest in transformative learning through engagement, belonging and personalisation of each student’s learning experience. Over the past three years she has extensively considered how to develop authentic assessment and has worked on University wide feedback projects to enhance the student experience.   

 

In developing the Masters course, Professional Skills and Ethics, Lynn looked to bring her corporate experience to university learning focusing on Ethics and sustainability as the future differentiator for our students.  

 

Known for her continual innovation, Lynn uses technology to connect with her students and personalise their experience.  Her work on teaching innovation dissemination through “The 4Cs (Classroom, Corridor, Campus and Community) Strategy” has seen her practices adopted and adapted both locally and globally. As a regularly invited guest, Lynn’s innovations are changing practice across the university and beyond particularly in the online and blended learning space.

 

Following from Lynn’s Global Innovation Award from Turnitin Lynn has been the School Student Integrity Advisor (SSIA, Management and Governance) supporting students and faculty to develop practices and uphold the spirit of integrity in all academic work.

She co-authored the first Australian and New Zealand Edition (2020) of Organisational Behaviour: Engaging people and organisations published through Cengage Educational Publishing Awards Australia Winner - Best Teaching and Learning Resource – Print or Blended Learning - (Adaptations)’ category

As an award winning teacher and researcher she has earned

2021 - Best Long paper ASCILITE Conference - Beckmann, E.A., & Gribble, L.C., 2021 CMALT 2011 and 2021: Personal Narratives for Professional Recognition, Ascilite 2021: Back to the Future, Conference proceedings Nov 29-30

2020 - Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT) Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning - Innovation and Leadership for “a decade of creating, sharing and advocating deeply personalised, learner-centred and innovative online teaching strategies for Business students using readily available technologies.”

2020 Education Publishing Awards Australia - Best Teaching and Learning Resource – Print or Blended Learning - (Adaptations)’ category - Organisational Behaviour: Engaging people and organisations, Cengage 

2019 - School of Management Teaching Excellence for large course awarded at a School level for outstanding Student satisfaction scores rated above the school and faculty averages over two or more terms

2019  -Turnitin Global Innovation Awards winner for Australia & New Zealand

2014 - Outstanding Technology Enabled Teaching Innovation Award  Best Australian Researcher Published by the Australian Journal of Career Development in 2009,

2011 - Vice Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence  

2011 - Facilitation, Teaching Excellence Award for the Masters of Business and Technology (MBAx)

In 20201 she was recognised as a certified member of the association for learning Technology (CMALT) and was awarded Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA) by Advance HE (UK) in 2020. Achieving SFHEA constitutes internationally accredited and quality-assured professional recognition that has successfully evidenced ‘a thorough understanding of effective approaches to teaching … as a key contribution to high quality student learning’, including through peer engagement, influence, leadership, and a scholarly and evidence-based reflective practice. Of 130,000 Higher Education Academy fellows globally (April 2020), fewer than 10% are Senior Fellows, of whom only 50 are at UNSW. 

2022 Education Focused Fellowship to further investigate assessment and feedback practices at UNSW

2021 Education Focused Fellowship to further investigate assessment and feedback practices at UNSW

2021 Society for the Advancement of Management Studies (SAMS) with Dr Janis Wardrop to conduct training for Early Career Academics and Researchers to teach online

2020 Education Initiative Fund  (EIF) to investigate assessment and feedback practices at UNSW

2021 - Best Long paper ASCILITE Conference - Beckmann, E.A., & Gribble, L.C., 2021 CMALT 2011 and 2021: Personal Narratives for Professional Recognition, Ascilite 2021: Back to the Future, Conference proceedings Nov 29-30

The Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education “ASCILITE is a globally recognized and professionally connected community of professionals and academics working in fields associated with enhancing learning and teaching through the pedagogical use of technologies. We seek to shape the future of tertiary education in relation to technology enhanced learning by enabling and sharing high quality research, innovation and evidence-based technology-enhanced practices.”

 

2021 - Educational Publishing Awards Australia Winner - Best Teaching and Learning Resource – Print or Blended Learning - (Adaptations)’ category for  Organisational Behaviour: Engaging People and Organisations

 

2020 - Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT) Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning - Innovation and Leadership for “a decade of creating, sharing and advocating deeply personalised, learner-centred and innovative online teaching strategies for Business students using readily available technologies.”

In 2020, 78 citations are awarded to recipients at universities across the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia. The Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT) were established in 1997 by the Australian Government to celebrate and reward excellence in university teaching. Since then, the Awards have become a valued form of recognition for university educators Australia wide. The AAUT recognise the impact that educators have on the learning and teaching experiences and outcomes of university students. They celebrate and reward programs and practices that support students and enhance learning. They promote excellence in learning and teaching in all aspects of higher education. Recipients, with the support of their institutions, contribute to systemic change in learning and teaching through the ongoing sharing and dissemination of knowledge. https://www.universitiesaustralia.edu.au/policy-submissions/teaching-learning-funding/australian-awards-for-university-teaching/

2019 - Australian and New Zealand Turnitin Global Innovator Award 

https://www.turnitin.com/stories/lynn-gribble

The Turnitin Global Innovation Awards recognizes educators and administrators worldwide who demonstrate a commitment to academic integrity, excellence in enhancing student learning, or champion the innovative and effective use of Turnitin to support learning at their school or institution.

https://www.turnitin.com/community/global-innovation-awards/2019

 

2019 -UNSW School of Management Teaching Excellence for large course -  awarded at a School level for outstanding student satisfaction scores rated above the school and faculty averages over two or more terms

 

2014- UNSW Australian School of Business Outstanding Technology Innovation in Teaching Award -This School award recognised my contribution to using technology to innovate student experience and delivery including voice feedback and commencing Turnitin use.

2011 - UNSW Vice Chancellor's Award for Teaching Excellence - For creating student centred learning focused on academic excellence, innovation and creativity. For sustained excellence with technology including Voice active PDF, voice over slides, video messaging and webinars to provide in-depth and personalised  feedback.

2011 - UNSW MBT (now MBAx) Teaching Excellence Award -For creating student centred learning focused on academic excellence, innovation and creativity. For sustained excellence with technology including Voice active PDF, voice over slides, video messaging and webinars to provide in-depth and personalised feedback for both distance and face to face learning across the MBT program.

2011 - Griffith University Simple Teaching Innovation Apple Award - This recognition was as a result of my voice embedding work and how it changed Griffith online delivery. Today this is still being used.

2009 - Australian Journal of Career Development – Research paper of the year Gribble, L., & Miller, P., 2009, ‘Employees in outplacement services, do they really get the help they need?’, Australian Journal of Career Development, vol. 18, no. 3, pp. 18-28.

Impact: this paper has continued to be discussed particularly during COVID 19 in relation to dealing with uncertainty. It underpinned an international podcast with the Actionable Futurist ( rated one of the top 50 Business podcasts March 23, 2020

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/s2-episode-6-thriving-in-time-uncertainty-dr-lynn-gribble/id1464301023?i=1000469184063

and also see: August 25, 2019

https://actionablefuturist.com/2019/08/the-future-of-people-management-with-dr-lynn-gribble/

 

PUBLICATIONS

2023     Gribble L., & Wardrop J., (under review) 2023 Creating engagement and order: managing the competing demands of online learning In P. Kumar & J. Eisenberg, Synchronous and Asynchronous Approaches to Teaching: Higher Education Lessons in Post-Pandemic Times’

2022     Wardrop, J., & Gribble L., 2022 (under review) Developing tolerance for uncertainty through a sense of belonging in online learning, Special Issue 2022 Pedagogies of belonging in an anxious world, Journal of University Learning and Teaching Practice

2022     Gribble L., & Wardrop J., (in press) 2022 Maintaining student engagement when taking case-based learning online in a Business Master's Degree Chapter 18, In M. G. Jamil & D.A. Morley, Agile learning environments amid disruption: Evaluating academic innovations in higher education during COVID-19. Palgrave Macmillan.

2021     Beckmann, E.A., & Gribble, L.C., 2021 CMALT 2011 and 2021: Personal Narratives for Professional Recognition, Acsilite 2021: Back to the Future, Conference proceedings Nov 29-30

2021     Gribble L., & Wardrop J.,2021, Learning by engaging: Connecting with our students to keep them active and attentive in online classes, A Compendium of the Learning Development community’s responses to the Covid-19 pandemic,  Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education, Autumn

2021     Gribble L., & Wardrop J., 2021, Maintaining ‘incidental’ feedback in synchronous online learning environments in Baughan, P., Assessment and Feedback in a Post-Pandemic Era: A Time for Learning and Inclusion Advance HE England

2021     Griffin, R.W., Phillips J.M., Gully S.M., Creed A., Gribble L., and Watson M., 2021 Australian Edition of Organizational Behaviour Griffin RW, Phillips JM & Gully SM Cengage Learning Australia

2021     Gribble L, 2021 Motivation beyond money CBM Australia In Kinicki, A., Williams. B.K., Scott-Ladd B., Perry. B.,  Groth. M. Ward. C., Mitchell. B., Management: a practical introduction 3rd edition McGrawHill Sydney

2021     Gribble L, 2021 Motivating employees through intrinsic factors make a big difference  In Kinicki, A., Williams. B.K., Scott-Ladd B., Perry. B.,  Groth. M. Ward. C., Mitchell. B., Management: a practical introduction 3rd edition McGrawHill Sydney

2021     Zhuavieve, E., & Gribble, L., Culture in action Commonwealth Bank of Australia, management in Action Chapater 8 In Kinicki, A., Williams. B.K., Scott-Ladd B., Perry. B.,  Groth. M., Ward. C., Mitchell. B., Management: a practical introduction 3rd edition McGrawHill Sydney

2021     Gribble L., 2021 Attracting and retaining the right people- Canva In Kinicki, A., Williams. B.K., Scott-Ladd B., Perry. B., Groth. M. Ward. C., Mitchell. B., Management: a practical introduction 3rd edition McGrawHill Sydney

2018     Gribble L., 2018, Social Media in the Workplace in Australia Master Human Resources Guide 12th edition, CCH in partnership with Baker & McKenzie Lawyers, the Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM) Sydney Australia

2016     Gribble L., 2016, Social Media in the Workplace in Australia Master Human Resources Guide 10th edition, CCH in partnership with Baker & McKenzie Lawyers, the Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM) Sydney Australia

2015 Gribble L., 2015 When worlds collide. How social media use is an organisational behaviour issue too, case study in McShane, Olekalns and Travaglione, Organisational Behaviour on the Pacific Rim

2013     Gribble L., 2013 Instructor Resource Manual to accompany Robbins, Millet, Judge and Boyle Organisational Behaviour 7th edition Pearson Australia.

2009     Slezak P., and Gribble L., 2009 21 things to do to get a new job NOW! Lulu press USA

2009     Gribble, L., & Miller, P., 2009, ‘Employees in outplacement services, do they really get the help they need?’, Australian Journal of Career Development, vol. 18, no. 3, pp. 18-28. – note this was awarded Australian Research Paper of the Year by Australian Journal of Career Development

2009     Gribble L., & Miller P., 2009, Identifying the psychological constructs underpinning the effects of retrenchment, Australasian Journal of Business and Social Inquiry, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 36-52

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

2022     Gribble L., Wardrop J., 2022 From understanding to action: Mobilising SDGs in a large postgraduate compulsory core class Teaching and Learning Conference 2022: Teaching in the spotlight: Where next for enhancing student success? July 6. Northumbria University, Newcastle.

2022     Gribble L., Wardrop J., 2022 Creating Belonging in Online Classrooms. UNSW & Victeach: Sharing what makes us most excited about teaching. July 4, Via Zoom UNSW and University of Wellington

2022     Gribble L., Wardrop J., 2022 Using influence tactics in teaching online to drive student learning behaviour Professional Development Workshop MOBTS International 2022 at DHBW Mannheim June 23 – 24

2021.   Beckmann, E.A., & Gribble, L.C., 2021 CMALT 2011 and 2021: Personal Narratives for Professional Recognition, Ascilite 2021: Back to the Future, Conference proceedings Nov 29-30

2021     Gribble, L., Godoy, A, Su, J. 2021 Encouraging students to engage  by using Personalized learning Developer, UNSW Educational Festival November 23

2021     Gribble L., Wardrop J., 2021 Using summative reflective assessment to foreground student learning Higher Education Academy Assessment and Feedback Symposium  4-5 November 

2021     Gribble L., 2021 Building real life skills that demonstrate knowledge with integrity, Advance HE Global Torch Relay July

2021     Gribble L & Wardrop J 2021 Using technology to increase engagement in large synchronous learning environments Professional Development Workshop MOBTS V June 16 – 19

2021     Gribble L., & Wardrop J., 2021 Engaging students in online learning. Invited Speak at ASEAN AUN TEPL SoTL seminar online Singapore  May 21,

2021     Gribble L., & Wardrop J., 2021 Engaging a growth mindset:  harnessing assessment feedback to engage students in learning Professional Development Workshop MOBTS Oceania online January 29 

2020     Gribble L., 2020, Online feedback - Using Turnitin to create efficiencies, Staff development Higher Education Conference Warwickshire University United Kingdom (online) Dec 14

2020     Gribble L., and Wardrop J., 2020 Building course learning communities through synchronous  learning environments, UNSW Learning and Teaching Forum November 20

2020     Gribble L., & Wardrop J., 2020, Giving feedback - Incidentally online Higher Education Academy Conference on Assessment and Feedback 29 October.

2020     Gribble L., & Wardrop J., 2020, Challenge accepted! Re-assessing assessment in 2020. Reimagining group work, presented at CAULLT conference October 14.

2014     Gribble L., and Wardrop J., 2014, December, Beyond ethical awareness, to ethical action: developing ethical ability through experience and voice. Paper presented at 4th Annual Australasian Business Ethics Network Conference, December 1, Sydney Australia

 

2014     Gribble, L., 2014, October, Making learning personal – connecting individually and collectively through personal interaction. Poster presented at UNSW Learning and Teaching Forum, Personalised Learning. What is it? How do we do it? Sydney Australia

**note selected as one of 6 posters to be presented at Universitas 21 (U21) Educational Innovation Conference October 2014 Sydney Australia

2014     Gribble L., and Wardrop J., 2014, The use of games for personalised learning. Poster presented at UNSW Learning and Teaching Forum, Personalised Learning. What is it? How do we do it? Sydney Australia October

 

2014     Gribble L., 2014, Giving voice to feedback, using voice comments to give feedback that is personalised and developmental. Poster presented at UNSW Learning and Teaching Forum, Moving Feedback Forward: Innovation and Opportunity. Sydney Australia May

2014 Gribble L., and Wardrop J., 2014, Beyond grading: feedback that develops critical thinking. Poster presented at UNSW Learning and Teaching Forum, Moving Feedback Forward: Innovation and Opportunity. Sydney Australia May

 

Internal to UNSW presentations

Gribble L., 2021  Online Leaning and Innovation, Community of Practice Emojis as an engagement tool

Gribble L., 2020  Personalising@Scale: using analytics, Education focused retreat August 19

Gribble L., 2021  Educational Technology Services “lets meet” using Personalised Learning Developer

Gribble L., 2020 & 2021   Educational Technology Services “lets meet” using Turnitin for grading and assessment

Gribble L., 2019  Business Digital Learning Showcase – authentic learning

Gribble L., 2019  Education Focused Lunch and Learn Managing up

Gribble L., 2019- PVCE portfolio university wide - use of Turnitin

Gribble L., 2017  Business Digital Learning Showcase Using Office 365 as to enhance learning

Gribble L., 2016  CoP Flipped Classroom Next Meeting - Stories from the Flipped Trenches

Gribble L., 2015  Business School Academics eLearning Showcase - Practicing oral communication via group video submission - facilitating peer review in a large course.’

Gribble L., 2014  Business School Academic eLearning Showcase – facilitating online

 

ADVISORY, REPRESENTATIVE AND LEADERSHIP ROLES

International

2022     I am currently a Certified Member Association Learning Technology Assessor

2022     Committee member and reviewer 2022 MOBTS Roethlisberger Award.  Best paper on the teaching of organizational behavior and management published in the preceding year Journal of Management Education (JME).

2021 - 2022 Reviewer MOBTS conference streams

2021 - current Global Undergraduate Awards Panel– Judge, Business 2021,2022

2021     Aga Khan University - Advance Higher Education mentorship collaboration 2021

2019 - current    Publons reviewer profile and review for Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education

 

External

2007 – 2009       Board member Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, University of Technology Sydney

 

Institutional

2022/3 - Co-Lead Peer Orientation and Development Support (PODS)

2022 - Masters of Commerce Steering Committee 

2022 - EF Fellowship Assessment and Feedback

2021 - Co-lead Education Focused Fellowship- Assessment and Feedback

2021 - current Co-lead Online Learning and Innovation Community of Practice.

2020 - current Informal Faculty Wide Integrity Group leader

2020 - current School Student Integrity Advisor

2020 - Current School of Management & Governance, Teaching and Learning Committee

2013 - 2016 School of Management, Academic representative to ELearning committee (Business Digital Learning Team)

2017 Dean’s Unit EQS Academic Integrity Project - exploring for the Business School as a faculty what is currently done and recommending future actions in regard to plagiarism, and ghost writing completed Dec 2017

2013 - 2016 School of Management, Academic representative to ELearning committee (Business Digital Learning Team)

2014 School of Management - Research Innovation Project, explore international and local courses available to explore possible MOOC offerings

 

Group membership contributions UNSW

2021                 Community of Practice member:

Student Feedback and Digital Assessment, 

New Education Focused Academics,

Sessional Academics

2020                 Integrated first year working group

2020 - 2021       Innovation major working group

2019 - current    Central Integrity Officer, working group

2019                 Turnitin power user for TELT

2013 - 2018       Member, Community of Practice- Flipped classroom

2012 - 2013       UnFED (UNSW Faculty Educational Developers) presentations

 

 

MEDIA AND COMMUNITY

Global – external

2022     Linkedin loop with The Actionable Futurist podcast – S4 Episode 2: Mark Sweeney from Citrix on Hybrid Learning and Remote Working Feb 13. Rated in the top 50 podcasts for business internationally

2020     Guest on The Actionable Futurist podcast – S2 episode 6: Dr Lynn Gribble, Thriving in a time of uncertainty March 23. Rated in the top 50 podcasts for business internationally

2019     Guest on The Actionable Futurist podcast – S1, Episode 8: The future of work August 25. Rated in the top 50 podcasts for business internationally

Current 2000 Direct Facebook followers

2019     Viral video 29  Million views on are you addicted to your phone  also shared across China to over 10,000 followers (https://www.crossfit616.com/blog/2019/3/13/thursday-march-14) picked up and also shared by at least 6 other content providers

2016     Wired for Wonder key note presentation (4000 views)

2012     Wired for Wonder 2012 Workshop on multitasking

2011     Wired for Wonder 2011 Leadership for the Future panel

2019     Guest speaker on the Female Project

2019     Guest speaker on Good Morning Ottawa

2019     White S, 2019 White Lion Café serves up innovation with Jobs - Commentator on Social Impact for team building * Jan 25 Sydney Morning Herald (https://www.smh.com.au/business/workplace/whitelion-cafe-serves-up-innovation-with-jobs-20181213-p50m42.html?fbclid=IwAR2itRBZMyYlPZTb4QCGxE5ew5vP9ox3q7EflumyqFivszDDnmPChDDXGCM

 

My Teaching

Lynn is an Education Focused Academic currently teaching Masters students. Her teaching areas include:Professional Skills and Ethics, Managing People and Organisations in Context, and Change Management. She is currently the School of Management Student Integrity Advisor. Previously taught Management and Change in the MBA program and Management and Organisational Behaviour our undergraduate programs.

UNIVERSITY TEACHING EXPERIENCE  2020 - current

Professional skills and Ethics

Post graduate

Compulsory Core MCom

460 - 1045 students per term

Lecturer in Charge course redesign in 2021

Organisations and People in Context

Post Graduate

Core HRM major

50 students per annum

Lecturer in charge and tutor 2020, 2021

Strategy, Marketing and Management

Post Graduate

Compulsory Core MCom

75 students per term

Co lecturer 2020 T1, Lecturer in Charge T2, T3, T1 2020/21

Indigenous Pre program

Undergraduate

Entry into BCom

2- 8 students per year

2020 - current

UNIVERSITY TEACHING EXPERIENCE  2008 – 2019 UNSW Sessional

Indigenous Pre program

Undergraduate

Entry into BCom

2- 8 students per year

2015 - 2019

Introduction to Management

Post graduate

Masters of Business and Technology (now MBAx)

100 students per year

2010 – 2017

Course co-ordinator, course writer and facilitator

Fundamentals of People Management

Post graduate

Masters of Business and Technology (now MBAx)

100 students per year

2010 – 2015

Course co-ordinator, course writer and facilitator and again 2018 and 2019

Professional skills and Ethics (formerly Teams Ethics and Competitive Advantage)

Post graduate

Compulsory Core MCom

460 students per year

Since 2013 Lecturer in Charge Lecturer and tutor, Co developed the course

Managing Organisations and People

Undergraduate

Compulsory Core BCom

2300 + students per year

Since 2010 – 2017 Lecturer in Charge, lecturer and tutor

Organisational Behaviour

Undergraduate

BCom

320 students per year

2010 – 14 Lecturer in Charge, lecturer and tutor

Managing People and Organisations

Post graduate

MBA(E)

60 students per year

Class facilitator 2008 – 2010, 2018/19

Leadership in Complex Environments

Post graduate

MBA (E)

160 Students per year

Strategic management year coordinator 2015 - current

Executive Blueprint

Post graduate

MBA(E)

40 per cohort, 2 cohorts per yer

2016 - 2017

Strategic HRM

Post graduate

MBA (E)

160 students per year

Sessional 2008