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.
Quantitative Research Method for Information Science (Stats I)
This will be a 6880 course that well eventually become INFO 6050
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
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Tempe, Arizona November 19, 2017 I’ve looked forward to Ironman Arizona (IMAZ) 2017 for over a year. I traveled to volunteer in 2016 to watch and support team mates AND see what I was getting myself into for 2018. This … Continue reading →
I’m NOT the original author – going to keep it here so it can be linked in the future…. Per Ellen Frasca Evans the original author is Bob Mina. Written before before Ironman Canada in 2002 There are a lot of different sources and a … Continue reading →
The 15k is a strange distance. I haven’t raced this particular distance, but now have enough races under my belt to begin estimating my pace and understand the character of the race as it happens. Why this race? Jared Allen (pictured), my … Continue reading →