Beyond the Buzz: A Conversation About Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging | Dean Michelle Duguid
In this episode, Michelle Duguid discusses the effects of diversity on group performance, its relationship to status, power, and influence, and the importance of sponsorship and allyship within organizations. Newly appointed Dean of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging for the College of Business, Duguid also reflects on what those three words really mean and how they inform her vision for change.
Michelle Duguid is the Associate Dean of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging and an Associate Professor of Management and Organizations at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University.
Dean Duguid received her MS and PhD in organizational behavior from Cornell and her primary area of research investigates the interplay of social status, power, politics, influence, and diversity in organizations. She also does research which examines individual and group processes that affect creativity and decision-making. Dean Duguid serves on the editorial board of several publications and her work has been published in numerous academic journals. Her research has also been cited in media outlets such as Forbes, the New Yorker, NPR, the New York Times, and the Economist.Links from the Episode at presentvaluepodcast.com Faculty Profile: Michelle Duguid LinkedIn: Michelle Duguid (LinkedIn)