|Michelle M. Duguid
Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior
Area of Expertise:
Organizational Behavior, Diversity, Human Resource Management/Industrial Relations, Organizational Change and Development
Social Status & Group Dynamics, Group Creativity & Decision Making, Demographic Effects on Inter- & Intra-group Relations, Social Categorization
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- "Living Large: The Powerful Overestimate Their Own Height", Psychological Science, 36-40, with J. Goncalo, 2012
- "Female Tokens in High-Prestige Work Groups: Catalysts or Inhibitors of Group Diversification?", Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 104-115, 2011
- "The Impact of Categorical Status, Numeric Representation and Work Group Prestige on Preference for Demographically Similar Others: A Value Threat Approach", Organization Science, with D. Loyd, P. Tolbert
- "Hidden Consequences of the Group Serving Bias: Causal Attributions and the Quality of Group Decision Making", Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 219-233, with J. Goncalo, 2008
Professor Duguid is a native of the island of Barbados and therefore loves all water-related activities. She also enjoys all types of music and likes traveling and cooking.
Michelle Duguid joined the Olin faculty in 2009. She received her Ph.D. from Cornell University. She has two major research streams: (i) group demography and social status and (ii) group creativity and decision-making. The first line of work focuses on how group demography and status differences among group members shape individuals perceptions, interactions and behaviors and group relations. Her other area of research investigates group creativity and the quality of group decision-making.
Phone: (314) 935-3436
PhD 2008, Cornell University
MS 2005, Cornell University