Allison Burgess Duke
Associate Professor, Management
Director, Graduate Business Programs
Office: Swang 248
- Ph.D. University of Mississippi (2007)
- MBA Lipscomb University (2002)
- B.S. Murray State University (1996)
Teaching & Research Interests:
- Strategic human resources
- Human capital analytics
- Social influence processes
- Individual differences
- Social effectiveness
- Designing Strategic HR Systems
- Emerging Issues in HR
- Organizational Entry
- Global Travel Course (Europe)
- Organizational Behavior: Global Perspectives
- Human Resources Management
- Recruiting, Selection, and Retention
- The Employment Relationship
- Special Topics: Women in Corporate Leadership
Professional Experience & Activities:
- 2003-2006 Management Instructor, University of Mississippi
- 2001-2003 Human Resources Manager, Progeny Marketing Innovations
- 1999-2001 HR Systems Manager, Aspect Communications
- 1997-1999 HR and Payroll Systems Trainer, PayMaxx, Inc.
- 1997-1997 Business Instructor, Jefferson Community College
- 1997-1997 Business Teacher, Bullitt Central High School
- Southern Management Association
- Academy of Management
- Society for Human Resource Management
- Middle Tennessee Society for Human Resource Management
- 2012 MT-SHRM Partner of the Year (Lipscomb University)
- Outstanding Teacher Award
- Nashville Emerging Leader Award (NELA)
- Best Paper Award - Academy of Management
Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR)
Publications and Presentations:
Treadway, D. C., Duke, A. B., Perrewe, P. L., Breland, J. W., & Goodman, J. M. (2011). Time May Change Me: The Impact of Future Time Perspective on the Relationship between Work-Family Demands and Employee Commitment. Journal of Applied Social Psychology.
Treadway, D. C., Bentley, J., Duke, A. B., & Adams, G. (2011). Stress and Emotional Intelligence in Affectivity Distance-Induced Individual Outcomes in Teams. Southern Management Association.
Treadway, D. C., Breland, J. W., Adams, G. L., Duke, A. B., & Williams, L. A. (2010). The interactive effects of political skill and future time perspective on career and community networking behavior. Social Networks.
Duke, A.B., Goodman, J.M., Treadway, D.C., & Breland, J.W. (2009). Perceived organizational support as a moderator of emotional labor-outcomes relationships. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 1013-1034.
Brouer, R., Duke A.B., Treadway, D.C., & Ferris, G.R. (2009). The Moderating Effect of Political Skill on the Democratic Dissimilarity - Leader-Member Exchange Quality Relationship. Leadership Quarterly, 61-69.
Harvey, M., Treadway, D.C., Heames, J.T. & Duke, A.B. (2009). Bullying in the 21st Century Global Organization: An Ethical Perspective. Journal of Business Ethics, 27-40.
Novicevic, M.N., Duke, A.B., Holmes, E.R., Breland, J.W., Buckley, R.M., & Bing, M.N. (2009). Customers co-creating value with the firm: Implications for IHRM. International Journal of Human Resource Management.
Treadway, D. C., Breland, J. W., Cho, J., Yang, J., Duke, A.B., Ferris, G.R. (2009). Performance Is Not Enough: Political Skill in the Longitudinal Performance-Power Relationship. Academy of Management Conference.
Duke, A.B., & Novicevic, M.N. (2008). Historical Foundations of Social Effectiveness? Dale Carnegie's Principles. Social Influence, 132-142.
Duke, A.B., & Long, C.S. (2007). Trade from the Ground Up: A Case Study of a Grass Roots NGO Using Agricultural Programs to Generate Economic Viability in Developing Countries. Management Decision.
Treadway, D.C., Ferris, G.R., Duke, A.B., Adams, G.A., & Thatcher, J.B. (2007). The moderating role of subordinate political skill on supervisors’ impressions of subordinate ingratiation and ratings of subordinate interpersonal facilitation. Journal of Applied Psychology. 848-855
Breland, J.W., Treadway, D.C., Duke, A.B., & Adams, G.A. (2007). The interactive effect of leader-member exchange and political skill on subjective career success. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies. 1-14
Novicevic, M.N., Sloan, H.J., Duke, A.B., Holmes, E.R., & Breland, J.W. (2006). Customer relationship management: Barnard’s foundations. Journal of Management History, 12, 306-318.
Harvey, M.G., Novicevic, M., Ready, K.L., Kuffel, T., & Duke, A.B. (2006). Managing change in business schools: Focus on faculty responses. Journal of Education for Business, 81, 160-164.
Treadway, D.C., Duke, A.B., & Adams, G.L. Political Skill, Networking Activity, and the Impact of Future Time Perspective: Predictions from Socioemotional Selectivity. Proceedings of the 2006 Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Dallas, TX.
Treadway, D.C., Duke, A.B., Perrewé, P.L., Breland, J.W., & Goodman, J.M. Commitment and Work Family Interface: Predictions from Socioemotional Selectivity Theory. Proceedings of the 2006 Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Dallas, TX.
Duke, A.B. Boundaryless career transitions: The role of value attainment. Proceedings of the 2005 Annual Meeting of the Southern Management Association, Charleston, SC.
- Youth Encouragement Services, Board Vice President
- HR Excellence Awards Examiner Training Program Lead
- Mission work in Tegucigalpa, Honduras
- Volunteer for Room in the Inn and Nashville Rescue Mission
- Nashville Emerging Leaders Award Judge