I empower scholars and practitioners to make evidence-based decisions that fosters individual wisdom and cultivate collective wisdom. Together with my colleagues, I prepare students for jobs that are not yet created.
Influencing generations of scholars and scholar-practitioners through mentored scholarship. It is important to have faculty and student engagement in each other’s research, teaching, and service scholarship projects as part of the professorate mentoring process. This compatibility and common professional interest help ensure long-term collegiality as students join and move through the ranks of academic scholarship.
Innovation drives how I think about and advance scholarship. I generate, integrate, and disseminate research, teach and provide service in the area of workforce innovation in our growing global knowledge economy.
My students require integration of my research into my teaching to provide the first-hand experience with reading, interpreting and creating new theories and practices that guide workforce innovation. This integration provides a seamless transition from the theories of the classroom into the everyday innovative process and practices for the global workforce.
Allen, J. (2022). Fostering Wisdom at Work. Rutledge Taylor & Francis Group. https//doi.org:10.4324/9781003018759
Articles and Chapters
Allen, J., Khadar, M., Rosellini, A., & Njeri, M. (in-press). Leveraging Collective Wisdom to Impact Workplace Culture. In T. Merlo (Ed.), Understanding, Implementing, and Evaluating Knowledge Management in Business Settings. IGI Global.
Rosellini, A., Allen, J., Khadar, M., & Njeri, M. (in-press). Work Tribes Present an Opportunity for Firms in Knowledge Management Systems. In T. Merlo (Ed.), Understanding, Implementing, and Evaluating Knowledge Management in Business Settings. IGI Global.
Njeri, M., Jennings, G., Allen, J. (accepted) Assessing the Application of 𝛽-Weights and Structure Coefficients in Published Hospitality and Tourism Research. International Journal of Hospitality Management.
Zimmerman, T., Khader, M., Njeri, M., Allen, J. (2022). Default to Truth in Information Behavior: A Proposed Framework for Understanding Vulnerability to Deceptive Information. Information, and Learning Science, https://doi.org/10.1108/ILS-08-2021-0067
Allen, J., Zimmerman, T. (2022, January 20). Arbiters of Truth. Information Matters. https://informationmatters.org/2022/01/arbiters-of-truth/
Allen, J., Allen, D., & Tajallipour, P. (2022, January 7). Artificial intelligence: What are we trying to achieve? Information Matters. https://informationmatters.org/2021/12/artificial-intelligence-what-are-we-trying-to-achieve/
Farmer, K, Allen, J., Khader, M., Zimmerman, T., Johnstone, P. (2021). Paralegal students’ and paralegal instructors’ perceptions of synchronous and asynchronous online paralegal course effectiveness: A comparative Study. International Journal for Educational and Vocational Studies, 3(1), 1-16. https://doi.org/10.29103/ijevs.v3i1.3550
Allen, J., Bracey, P., Aguilar, M., Zimmerman, T. (2020). Supporting Workforce Wisdom in a Global Economy. In C. Hughes (Eds.), Strategies for Attracting, Maintaining and Balancing a Mature Workforce (pp. 152 – 178). IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-7998-2277-6.ch007
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