Dr Jake DUKE

Assistant Professor

Pôle : Management and Organisation

Nationalités :

Teaching

  • Organization & Management Theories
  • Managing Cultural Diversity
  • Financial Accounting
  • Entrepreneurial Thinking and Behavior

 

Qualifications

  • PhD (Entrepreneurship), Oklahoma State University, USA (May 2019)
  • MBA (Finance), Oklahoma State University, USA (Dec 2013)
  • BS (Hotel & Restaurant Administration), Oklahoma State University, USA (Dec 2008)

 

Research interests

  • Intra- and Inter-organizational Networks
  • Network Centrality, Density, and Structural Holes
  • Behavioral Theory of the Firm
  • Venture Capital Financing

 

Work Experience

Academic

  • Assistant Professor in Management and Organization, Rennes School of Business (September 2019-present)

Non Academic

  • Beardon Services, Inc: Special Projects Manager & Project Lead – Floorizon Business Unit, August 2013-October 2015

 

Service

Service to Profession

  • Reviewer for Academy of Management (AOM)

 

Intellectual contributions

Refereed proceedings – Discipline-Based Scholarship

  • Duke, J., Havakhor, T., Mui, R., & Parker, O. (2018). Status Centrality and Structural Holes as Drivers of Aspiration Salience. Accepted and nominated for the best conference paper award at the 2018 Strategic Management Society’s 38th Annual Conference in Paris, France.
  • Duke, J., Havakhor, T., Mui, R., & Parker, O. (2018). When is it Time to Shift Gears: How Performance Failures, Successes, and Network Structure Influence Change in Venture Capital Investment Strategies. Presented at the 2018 Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference in Waterford, Ireland.
  • Duke, J. & Havakhor, T. (2018). To Dance with Strangers One Needs a Good Wingman: How Existing Ties Enable Search for New Partners. Presented at the 2018 Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference in Waterford, Ireland.
  • Duke, J., Havakhor, T., & Mui, R. (2018). The Role of Network Position and Structure in Determining Attainment Discrepancy Attentiveness. Accepted for presentation at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Chicago, USA.
  • Duke, J. (2016). Risk Management and Strategic Actions of New Family Ventures Entering Foreign Markets Early in Their Formation. Presented at the International Family Enterprise Research Academy (IFERA) Developmental Workshop, Catania, Sicily.
  • Duke, J. & Button, J. (2016). Community-based Enterprises Utilization of Networks to Create Sustainable Community Development. Presented at the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) Conference in San Diego, California.
  • Duke, J. & Sutter, T. (2016). Creativity as Problem Solving for Entrepreneurial Work Environments. Presented at the annual United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) Conference in San Diego, California.

 

Presentations of Refereed Papers

National & International

  • Duke, J., Havakhor, T., Mui, R., & Parker, O. (2018). Status Centrality and Structural Holes as Drivers of Aspiration Salience. Accepted and nominated for the best conference paper award at the 2018 Strategic Management Society’s 38th Annual Conference in Paris, France.
  • Duke, J., Havakhor, T., Mui, R., & Parker, O. (2018). When is it Time to Shift Gears: How Performance Failures, Successes, and Network Structure Influence Change in Venture Capital Investment Strategies. Presented at the 2018 Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference in Waterford, Ireland.
  • Duke, J. & Havakhor, T. (2018). To Dance with Strangers One Needs a Good Wingman: How Existing Ties Enable Search for New Partners. Presented at the 2018 Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference in Waterford, Ireland.
  • Duke, J., Havakhor, T., & Mui, R. (2018). The Role of Network Position and Structure in Determining Attainment Discrepancy Attentiveness. Accepted for presentation at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Chicago, USA.
  • Duke, J. (2016). Risk Management and Strategic Actions of New Family Ventures Entering Foreign Markets Early in Their Formation. Presented at the International Family Enterprise Research Academy (IFERA) Developmental Workshop, Catania, Sicily.
  • Duke, J. & Button, J. (2016). Community-based Enterprises Utilization of Networks to Create Sustainable Community Development. Presented at the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) Conference in San Diego, California.
  • Duke, J. & Sutter, T. (2016). Creativity as Problem Solving for Entrepreneurial Work Environments. Presented at the annual United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) Conference in San Diego, California.