William I. MacKenzie, Ph.D.Management Assistant Professor Office: 376 BAB Phone: 256.824.6811 Email: William.MacKenzie@uah.edu Curriculum Vitae Education Ph.D. – Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management, University of South Carolina 2010 M.B.A. – East Carolina University, 2005 B.S.B.A. – East Carolina University, 1998 Research Interests Strategic Human Resources Human Capital Staffing Current Teaching Responsibilities Organizational Behavior (MGT 361) Human Resources and Labor Relations Management (MGT 363) Strategic Human Resource Management in a Technological Environment (MGT 631) Selected Journal Publications MacKenzie, W. I., Klaas, B. S., & McClendon, J. (2012). Information Use in Counter-offers: Identifying factors that influence manager counter-offer decisions. Journal of Labor Research, 33, 370-387. Ployhart, R. E., Van Iddekinge, C., and MacKenzie, W. I. (2011). Acquiring and Developing Human Capital in Service Contexts: The Interconnectedness of Human Capital Resources. Academy of Management Journal, 54(2), 353-368. MacKenzie, W. I., Ployhart, R. E., Weekley, J., and Ehlers, C. (2010). Contextual Effects on SJT Responses: An Examination of Construct Validity and Mean Differences across Applicant and Incumbent Contexts. Human Performance, 23(1), 1-21. Harris, M., Grubb, W.L., and MacKenzie, W.I. (2006). Business students’ perceptions of employment in small and medium-sized enterprises versus multinational corporations: Investigating the moderating effects of academic major, gender, and personality. Journal of Small Business Strategy, 17(2) 27-35.