Dr. Jeff M. Allen
My scholarly passion is workforce innovation in our growing global knowledge economy. Specifically, how to foster wisdom in individuals during all aspects of societal interaction. Additionally, the role of self-learning, personal learning networks, problem-based learning, and mass customization in knowledge acquisition and transfer within the broad context of performance innovation and information literacy.
Scholarship w/ Colleagues
- Allen, J., Bracey, P., Aguilar, M., Zimmerman, T. (in press). Supporting Workforce Wisdom in a Global Economy. In Claretha Hughes (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Attracting, Maintaining, and Balancing a Mature Workforce, Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
- Turner, J., Allen, J., Bracey, P. (2019) Multilevel Theory Development and Dissemination. In V. Wang (Ed.), Scholarly Publishing and Research Methods Across Disciplines (pp. 184-212). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-7730-0.ch009
- Alumneh, D., Allen, J., & Hawamdeh, S.(Eds.). (2017). Knowledge Discovery and Data Design Innovation. Hackensack, NJ: World Scientific.
- Allen, J. [Editor] (2018). Performance Improvement Quarterly, 31(1).
- Allen, J. M. and Turner, A. (2017), Transforming Leaders, Troubleshooting Job Design, and Performance Support. Perf Improvement Qrtly, 30: 91–92. doi:10.1002/piq.21247
Category Archives: Triathlon
Lubbock, Texas June 25, 2017 This was expected to be a 90+ degree race with winds exceeding 20mph. Instead, we had moderate temps in the 80s with a 8-10mph SE winds and overcast skies. This is a tough … Continue reading
April 2, 2017 First ½ Ironman! Weather overcast and 70 – 80 degree for race time with 90% humidity. Water 74.5 This was a much-anticipated race and the first of three 70.3 races in preparation for Ironman Arizona 2017. This … Continue reading
I did this one to myself – on purpose. Why? To make me train the run. This is my first race of the 2017 Triathlon season. There was a choice for this race to run the triathlon or duathlon. … Continue reading
This race report is a little bit different than others since it’s not truly a race report, but self-feedback on a single leg of a race. Additionally, there was no swim leg….so it was a walking start to the line, … Continue reading
September 11, 2016 – Jeff Allen Statistics Swim – 1500 yards (actually ~1850) Bike – 24.0 miles Run – 6.2 miles Temperature was cool and the water was warm. Nearly perfect temperature at the starting line. The Texas wind was … Continue reading
May 22, 2016 – Jeff Allen Statistics: Swim – 500 yards Bike – 16.1 miles Run – 3.1 miles Temperature was perfect at the starting line and the water was cool (wetsuit legal). There was a wind blowing into the … Continue reading