Tracey Dodd

Tracey Dodd

Adelaide Business School

Faculty of the Professions


Dr Dodd is a Research Fellow and Lecturer at the University of Adelaide (Australia) and Honorary Senior Research Fellow, University of Exeter (UK). She earned her PhD with UniSA in 2017 and a Masters of Public Policy and Management with Carnegie Mellon University in 2009. Her research in the area of innovation, entrepreneurship, and sustainability has been published and presented internationally. In addition to her academic contribution, Dr Dodd has two decades of project management experience, including intergovernmental reforms valued at $40M and oversight of project teams who have won over $16M in funding.

Tracey Dodd is also founder and Chief Executive Officer of Sustainable Innovation, an advisory firm providing project management and strategic planning advice to national clients. Current and past clients include: the Australian Government, the Victorian Government, the South Australian Government, Housing Choices Australia, Centacare, AnglicareSA, the Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People (SA), the Australian Centre For Social Innovation, and the Jodi Lee Foundation.

Publications                 

Dodd T., Yengin D. (2021), Deadlock in sustainable aviation fuels: A multi-case analysis of agency Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 94:14

Dogramaci E, Dodd T, Rossi-Fedele G. (2021), Homeless and dentistry Australian Business Council Journal List 2021 (Journal article)

Dodd, T., Rai, A., Caught, K., (2020), "Electricity markets in flux: The importance of a just transition",  The Electricity Journal. November. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1040619020301275

Dodd, T. (2020). Bushfire recovery for Kangaroo Island, United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Report, https://sdgs.org.au/project/bushfire-recovery-for-kangaroo-island/.

Dodd, T, Rai, A., & Caught, K (2020), "How to Make the Climate Transition Fair: Lessons from Australia", Network for Business Sustainability, 24 March 2020.

Dodd, T., Yengin, D. (2020), "Flight shame won’t fix airline emissions. We need a smarter solution", The Conversation, 15 January 2020.

Dodd, T., Nelson, T. (2019), "Trials and tribulations of market responses to climate change: Insight through the transformation of the Australian electricity market", Australian Journal of Management. DOI: 10.1177/0312896219874096

Dodd, T., Reaiche, C. (2019), “How could entrepreneurship theory aid the grand challenge of poverty”, Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research Exchange Meeting Proceedings.  

Dodd, T., Orlitzky, M., =Nelson, T. (2018), “What stalls a renewable energy industry?  Industry outlook of the aviation biofuels industry in Australia, Germany, and the USA”, Energy Policyhttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2018.08.048.

Dodd, T. (2018), “An entrepreneurial lens: Same problem, different mindset”, Entrepreneurship Theory/Process/Practice, Kuratko, D., O'Connor, A., Frederick, H., (Eds), Cengage Learning, Victoria, Australia. 

Dodd, T. (2018), “Creating shared value: Hogwash or path to sustainable capitalism?”, Academy of Management Meeting Proceedings.  

Dodd, T., Reaiche, C.,=Corral de Zubielqui, G. (2018), “Regional innovation systems and economic transformation: A critical examination”, Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research Exchange Meeting Proceedings.  

Dodd, T., Orlitzky, M. (2017), “Eco-innovation: Sensemaking and strategic responses to institutional uncertainty”, Academy of Management Meeting Proceedings.  

Dodd, T., Orlitzky, M. (2017), “Value creation, delivery, and capture in sustainability alliances: The case of aviation biofuels.” International Conference Innovation and Entrepreneurship Proceedings.  

Dodd, T., Orlitzky, M. (2016), “Strategy enablers and constraints of green innovation in a new industry”, Strategic Management Society Meeting Proceedings. 

Dodd, T., Orlitzky, M. (2016), “Sensemaking and cognitive schemas in an emergent industry: The case of aviation biofuels”, Academy of Management Meeting Proceedings.  

Dodd, T., Orlitzky, M., Johnson, M. (2016), “Environmental Entrepreneurship: Is extant theory fit for purpose?”, Panel Symposium Submission, Academy of Management Meeting Proceedings.  

Martin, R., Dodd, T. (2015), “Quantifying our impact: Evaluating the impact of homelessness services and interventions - the challenges of evaluating long-term impact on client life trajectories”, Parity, Vol. 28, No. 9, pp. 30-32. 

Dodd, T. (2015), “Environmental and sustainability management accounting for sustainable aviation fuels”, Environmental Management Accounting Network Conference Proceedings. 

Buss, T., Dodd, T., Durst, A. (2011), “Evidence Based Management”, Encyclopaedia of Public Administration and Policy, 30 September

Dodd, T. (2007), The role of broadband in the quest for environmental sustainability, Telecommunications Journal of Australia, Dec 2007, Vol 57, No. 2-3.

Industry publications       

2017, South Australian Department for State Development, Northern Adelaide Innovation Ecosystem Literature Review 

2016, Australian Government Department of Human Services, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy.

2016, Mental Health Coalition of South Australia, South Australia’s Community Mental Health Priority Statement. 

2015, Australian Government Department of Communications, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy.

2015, Mental Health Coalition of South Australia, Justice Reform Submission. 

2015, Workskil Australia, Green Army Operations Manual.

2015, Workskil Australia, Job Seeker Induction Training Manual. 

2011, Government of South Australia, Stepping up the Pace, South Australia’s Aboriginal Employment Strategy. 

2009, Government of South Australia (SA), SA Government Digital Inclusion Strategy.  

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  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2021 Dodd, T., & Yengin, D. (2021). Deadlock in sustainable aviation fuels: A multi-case analysis of agency. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 94, 14 pages.
    DOI
    2021 Dogramaci, E., Dodd, T., & Rossi-Fedele, G. (2021). Homeless and dentistry. Australian Business Council Journal List.
    2020 Dodd, T., Rai, A., & Caught, K. (2020). Electricity markets in flux: The importance of a just transition. Electricity Journal, 33(9), 106835.
    DOI Scopus1
    2019 Dodd, T., & Nelson, T. (2019). Trials and tribulations of market responses to climate change: Insight through the transformation of the Australian electricity market. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT, 44(4), 614-631.
    DOI Scopus2 WoS1
    2018 Dodd, T., Orlitzky, M., & Nelson, T. (2018). What stalls a renewable energy industry? Industry outlook of the aviation biofuels industry in Australia, Germany, and the USA. Energy Policy, 123, 92-103.
    DOI Scopus10 WoS10
    2015 Dodd, T., & Martin, R. (2015). Quantifying our impact: Evaluating the impact of homelessness services and interventions - the challenges of evaluating long-term impact on client life trajectories. Parity, 28(9), 30-32.
    2011 Dodd, T., & Buss, T., Dodd, T., Durst, A. B.. (2011). Evidence Based Management. Encyclopaedia of Public Administration and Policy, 30 September.
    2007 Dodd, T. (2007). The role of broadband in the quest for environmental sustainability. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 57(2/3), 28.1-28.12.
    DOI
  • Conference Papers

    Year Citation
    2018 Dodd, T., Reaiche, C., & Corral de Zubielqui, G. (2018). Regional innovation systems and economic transformation: A critical examination. In Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research Exchange Meeting Proceedings.
    2015 Dodd, T. (2015). Environmental and sustainability management accounting for sustainable aviation fuels. In Environmental Management Accounting Network Conference Proceedings. Geneva.
  • Conference Items

    Year Citation
    2017 Dodd, T. (2017). Value creation, delivery, and capture in sustainability alliances: The case of aviation biofuels. Poster session presented at the meeting of International Conference Innovation and Entrepreneurship Proceedings.
    2017 Dodd, T. (2017). Eco-innovation: Sensemaking and strategic responses to institutional uncertainty. Poster session presented at the meeting of Academy of Management Meeting Proceedings.
    2016 Dodd, T., & Orlitzky, M. (2016). Environmental Entrepreneurship: Is extant theory fit for purpose?. Poster session presented at the meeting of Academy of Management Meeting Proceedings.
    2016 Dodd, T., & Orlitzky, M. (2016). Sensemaking and cognitive schemas in an emergent industry: The case of aviation biofuels. Poster session presented at the meeting of Academy of Management Meeting Proceedings.
    2016 Dodd, T. (2016). Strategy enablers and constraints of green innovation in a new industry. Poster session presented at the meeting of Strategic Management Society Meeting Proceedings.

2018-20: Social Innovation Research Fellow (Junction Australia/University of Adelaide): $381,500 for a three year research fellow position hosted by the Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation, and Innovation Centre, University of Adelaide.

2017: Government of South Australia (RenewalSA): 20 year lease (value over $144M) Social Housing Transfer, Adelaide CBD & East (client: Housing Choices South Australia).

2017: Government of South Australia (Department of the Premier and Cabinet): $9M Social Impact Bond (client: Common Ground Adelaide and the Hutt Street Centre). 

2017: Government of South Australia (Department for State Development) and the University of Adelaide: $20,00 Innovation Ecosystem Research Project.

2016: University of South Australia Industry Engagement Fund: $15,000 for the establishment an Asia-Pacific Network for Sustainable Development. 

Program Director, Adelaide Business School. 

Masters: 

  • Project Management Fundamentals (Adelaide)
  • Portfolio and Program Management (Adelaide)
  • Applied Project Management (Singapore)
  • Applied Project Management (online) 

Undergraduate:     

  • Foundations of Project Management (Adelaide) 
  • Project Management I and II (Adelaide) 
  • Corporate Responsibility for Global Business III (Adelaide)

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