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Cutting Edge Awards

The Human Resource Development Cutting Edge Awards are given to the author(s) of up to ten outstanding scholarly papers from those published in the annual Conference Proceedings of the Academy of Human Resource Development for the same year.

Chair, Jessica Li and Board Liaison, Carole Elliott

Award Criteria

  • New knowledge contribution to the HRD profession
  • Theoretical and/or practical importance of the problem
  • Appropriateness of approaches and/or methods used
  • Extent to which the results justify the conclusions
  • Quality of the reporting

 

Nomination Process

In a three-stage process, the Cutting Edge Award Committee members will read and evaluate all manuscripts that appear in the AHRD Conference Proceedings of the same year.

Deadlines

Committee decisions must be forwarded to the Board Liaison, Carole Elliott, and the AHRD Office by January 5.

Award Winners

 

2015

 

2014

Employee Engagement: The Impacts of Perceived Learning Organization Culture, Learning Goal Orientation, and Psychological Empowerment; Leadership and Career Development Track                 

  • Baek-Kyoo (Brian) Joo, Winona State University

The Impact of Ethical Leadership on Employees' In-Role Performance: The Mediating Effect of Employees' Psychological Ownership; Leadership and Career Development Track

  • Cho Hyun Park, The Pennsylvania State University; Woocheol Kim; The Pennsylvania State University;
  • Ji Hoon Song, University of North Texas; Yu Kyoung Park, The Pennsylvania State University

The Effects of Empowering Leadership on Psychological Well-being and Job Engagement: The Mediating Role of Psychological Capital; Leadership and Career Development Track

  • Jong Gyu Park, The Pennsylvania State University;
  • Seung Won Yoon, Western Illinois University;
  • Jeong Sik Kim, Sungkyunkwan University;
  • Baek-Kyoo (Brian) Joo, Winona State University

Knowledge Sharing: The Impacts of Learning Organization Culture and Learning Goal Orientation, Workplace Learning Track

  • Seung Won Yoon, Western Illinois University;
  • Jong Gyu Park, The Pennsylvania State University

The Impact of Organizational Learning Culture, Goal Orientation, Managerial Effectiveness, and Psychological Empowerment on Employees’ Workplace Learning Organization Development and Change Track

  • Sunyoung Park, Louisiana State University;
  • Gary N. McLean, McLean Global Consulting, Inc.

Leadership and Engagement: Proposing Research Agendas Through a Synthesis of Literature Leadership and Career Development Track

  • Marie Saul, The Pennsylvania State University;
  • Woocheol Kim, The Pennsylvania State University;
  • Taesung Kim, The Pennsylvania State University

The impact of innovative climate on creating knowledge: The mediating relationships of knowledge sharing and work engagement in the workforce education school context Organization Development and Change Track

  • Ji Hoon Song, University of North Texas;
  • Woocheol Kim, The Pennsylvania State University;
  • Dae Seok Chai, Texas A & M University;
  • Sang Hoon Bae, Sungkyunkwan University;
  • Brian Ahn, University of North Texas

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2013

Stories of Innovation: Roles, Perspectives, and Players

  • Jon Martens

There Can Be No Action with Experience: Integrating Action Learning and Experimental Learning Theories for HRD

  • Roland Yeo
  • Michael Marquardt

Perceived Learning Organization Culture: Its effect on Intrinsic Job Satisfaction and Affective Organizational Commitment

  • Taejo Lim
  • Baek-Kyoo (Brian) Joo

A Proposed Framework for Virtual Teams

  • Jeanette Andrade
  • David Huang

The Learning Organisation and Innovative Behaviour: The Mediating Effect of Work Engagement

  • Yu Kyoung Park
  • Ji Hoon Song
  • Seung Won Yoon
  • Jungwoo Kim

Workplace Technology and the Creation of Boundaries: The Role of HRD in a 24/7 Work Environment

  • Kristopher Thomas

Career Authenticity Based Voluntary Career Transition: A Grounded Theory Study

  • Yi Sun
  • Greg G. Wang
  • Jerry W. Gilley
  • D. Harold Doty

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2012

System Induced Voluntary Career Transitions among Chinese Managers: A Grounded Theory Study

  • Judy Sun
  • Greg Wang

Construct Validation of the Managerial Coaching Scale Tailored for the Chinese Context

  • Xuya Chen
  • Baiyin Yang
  • Xuefen Chen

Do work relationships matter? Exploring the Impact of the Organizational Social Climate on Health Promotion

  • Karen Mastroianni
  • Julia Storberg-Walker

Development and Validation of the Ethical Business Culture Construct and Survey Instrument

  • Douglas Jondle
  • Alexandre Ardichvili
  • James Mitchell

Toward Further Conceptualizations of Strategic Learning

  • Hanna Moon
  • Wendy Ruona

Structuration Theory's Relevance to HRD: A Review and Application

  • Abby Veliquette

Training Design with eLearning

  • Larry Dooley

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2011

Does Your Boss’s Feedback Matter?

  • Sewon Kim
  • Toby Egan
  • Homer Tolson

The Development and Assessment of an Instrument for Measuring Mental Model Styles

  • Thomas J. Chermack
  • Ji Hoon Song
  • Kim Nimon
  • Myungweon Choi
  • Russell F. Korte

Trust and Presence as Executive Coaching Competencies: Reviewing Literature to Inform Practice and Future Research

  • Terrence E. Maltbia
  • Rajashi Ghosh
  • Victoria J Marsick

Towards a Social Constructivist Theory of Scenario Planning

  • Thomas J. Chermack
  • Susan A. Lynham
  • Yvonna S. Lincoln
  • Rochell McWhorter

The Promise of Virtual Worlds to Learning in Organizations

  • Jessica Li
  • Derrick D'Souza
  • Yunfei Du

The Current State of Human Performance Technology: A Citation Network Analysis of Performance Improvement Quarterly, 1988-2010

  • Yonjoo Cho
  • Sung Jun Jo
  • Sunyoung Park
  • Ingu Kang
  • Zengguan Chen

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2010

Exploring the Informal Learning Process of Aviation Instructors

  • M. Grant Wofford
  • Andrea D. Ellinger
  • Karen Watkins
Mapping a Social Foundation of HRD: A Framework for Theoretical Development
  • Russell Korte
The Structure and Mechanism of Organizational Cultural Identification: An Exploratory Study in Chinese Business Context
  • Chih-Chung Chen
  • Baiyin Yang
  • De Zhang
The Relationship between Self-Efficacy and Career Development Behaviors of Chinese Community College Students
  • Junqing Jason Fu
  • K. Peter Kuchinke
  • Jinquan Wan
Structural Determinants of Team Performance: The Mutual Influences of Learning Culture, Creativity, and Knowledge
  • Seung Won Yoon
  • Ji Hoon Song
  • Doo Hun Lim
  • Baek-Kyoo Joo
New Media as a New Medium: Work and Learning in an Emerging Postindustrial Occupation
  • Ellen Scully Russ
Knowledge Management for Talent Development & Retention: An Empirical Study of Professionals in Financial Sector of Asia
  • AAhad M. Osman-Gani
Collective (Team) Learning Process Models: An Integrative Literature Review
  • Randall Knapp

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2009

2009 Cutting Edge Editors:

  • Judy Jacobs, Oakland University
  • Chaunda L. Scott, Oakland University

Workplace Violence - The Persistance of Hate Crimes: Implications for HRD

  • Brian A. Altman
    University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Workplace Bullying Examined through the Lens of Novak's (1998) Learning Theory

  • Julia Storberg-Walker
    North Carolina State University
  • Wendy E.A. Ruona
    University of Georgia

Social Captial: Pluralistic Perspectives for HRD Research and Practice

  • Laura Holyoke
    University of Idaho

Defining a Group Dynamics Dysfunction: Group Hijacking

  • Michael Lane Morris
    University of Tennessee - Knoxville
  • Heather S. McMillan
    Southeast Missouri State University
  • Joyce Thompson Heames
    West Virginia University

Examining the Strategic Impact of Work/Life Initiatives: Individual and Organizational Performance

  • Darlene F. Russ-Eft
    Oregon State University
  • Greg Sampson-Gruener
    Oregon State University
  • Michael Dalton
    Oregon State University

Communication Styles: Development of an Assessment

  • Sujin K Horwitz
    University of St. Thomas
  • Irwin B. Horwitz
    University of St. Thomas

Reliability, Statistical Power, and Cost Optimization: Implications for Strategic Human Resource Interventions

  • Polly Silva
    Texas A&M University
  • Jamie L. Callahan
    Texas A&M University

The Epistemology of Incidental Learning

  • Vijay Krishna
    American National Standards Institute

Exploring Organizational Commitment from an Organizational Perspective: Organizational Learning as a Determinant of Affective Commitment in Indian Software Firms

  • Ann Brooks
    Texas State University
  • Monirith Ly
    Royal University of Phnom Penh

Developing Research Capacity at the Royal University of Phnom Penh

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2008

2008 Cutting Edge Editors:

  • Shani Carter, Rhode Island College
  • Jennifer Calvin, Southern Illinois University

Executive Beliefs About the Critical Success Factors In Defining, Designing, Developing and Delivering e-Learning For Adult Professional Development in Corporations

  • Ann W. Armstrong
    Western Governor's University

Team Learning Performance and Collaboration between Online and Blended Learning Delivery Groups

  • Seung Won Yoon
    Western Illinois University
  • Doo Hun Lim
    University of Oklahoma

Employee Perceptions of Organizational Learning as Determinants of Affective Commitment in Knowledge Intensive Firms

  • Vijay Krishna
    American National Standards Institute
  • Andrea Casey
    George Washington University

An Empirical Typology of Nurses' Individual Learning Paths

  • Rob F. Poell
    Tilburg University
  • Ferd J. Van der Krogt
    Radboud University Nijmegen

A Case Study of the Socialization of Newly Hired Engineers: How New Engineers Learn the Social Norms of an Organization

  • Russell F. Korte
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Knowledge Sharing at NASA: Extending Social Constructivism to Space Exploration

  • Tina M. Chindgren
    Virginia Tech

An Examination of the Dynamics of Organization Culture and Values-based Leader Identities and Behaviors: One Company's Experience

  • Murray D. MacTavish
    Trinity Western University
  • Judith A. Kolb
    Pennsylvania State University

Breaking the Glass Wall: The Experience of Being a Woman Enterprise Leader

  • Nancy K. Weidenfeller
    MDA Leadership Consulting
  • Sharon K. Gibson
    University of St. Thomas

An Investigation of Chinese Concept of Organizational Citizenship Behavior: Using Grounded Theory Research Approach

  • De Zhang Wang
    Tsinghua University
  • Yuqin Wang
    Tsinghua University
  • Baiyin Yang
    Tsinghua University

Constructs of the Work/Life Interface and Their Importance to HRD

  • Heather S. McMillan
    Southeast Missouri State University
  • Michael Lane Morris
    University of Tennessee
  • E. Kate Atchley
    University of Tennessee

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2007

2007 Cutting Edge Editors:

  • Denise Peroune
  • Rex Foster, University of Minnesota

Dynamic Dyads: Sharing and Creating Knowledge

  • Sophie T. Paul
    Barry University
  • Jia Wang
    Barry University

How Organizational Culture Shapes a Corporate Intranet and Enables Virtual HR

  • Elisabeth E. Bennett
    University of Oklahoma

Do Practitioners Use HRD Research (and Why or Why Not?)

  • Jeffrey M. Keefer
    New York University
  • Sophia Stone
    North Carolina State University

Generating New HRD Knowledge: Discourse, Gender, and Theory Building

  • Julia Storberg-Walker
    North Carolina State University
  • Laura Bierema
    University of Georgia

The Gold Standard: A Case Study of Best Practices in Exemplary Service Delivery

  • Karen Kelly Wollard
    Florida International University
  • Tonette S. Rocco
    Florida International University

Toward a Multilevel Theory of Career Development: Advancing Human Resource Development

  • Matthew Upton
    Texas A&M University
  • Toby Marshall Egan
    Texas A&M University

The Speed of Obsolescence: Evidence from the Dutch Public Sector

  • Jasper B. van Loo
    Maastricht University

Global Diversity Strategy Development: A Review and Conceptual Model

  • Anne W. Drewry
    Wal-Mart Corporation
  • Baiyin Yang
    University of Minnesota

The Construct Validation of Learning Organization and its Influence upon Firm Performance in Mainland China

  • Mingfei Li
    Dalian University of Technology
  • Xiaojun Lu
    Dalian University of Technology

Living in Interesting Times: Chinese Workforce Response to State Owned Enterprise Reform

  • Jie "Jessica" Li
    University of North Texas
  • Kim Nimon
    University of North Texas

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2006

2006 Cutting Edge Editors:

  • Denise Peroune
  • Rex Foster, University of Minnesota

Emotional Intelligence as a Mediator in Executive Burnout

  • Radha R. Sharma
    Management Development Institute, India

What Experts Are Not: Factors Identified by Managers as Disqualifiers for Selecting Subordinates for Expert Team Membership

  • Marie-Line Germain
    Barry University and City College

The Machine Operator's Signature: Formation of Worker Self-Identity in Problem-Solving Contexts

  • Julie L. Brockman
  • John M. Dirkx
    Michigan State University

Midlife Transition Decision Processes and Career Success: The Role of Identity, Networks, and Shocks

  • Holly S. Slay
    Rochester Institute of Technology
  • M. Susan Taylor
  • Ian O. Williamson
    University of Maryland, College Park

Ethical Issues Experienced by Learning Technology Practitioners in Design and Training Situations

  • Hong Lin
    Oklahoma State University
  • Judith A. Kolb
    Pennsylvania State University

Instructional and Learner Factors Influencing Learning Outcomes within Online Learning Environment

  • Doo H. Lim
  • Michael Lane Morris
    University of Tennessee
  • Seung-Won Yoon
    Western Illinois University

Consulting across Cultures: Trails in Organization Development and Change

  • Maria Cseh
  • Beatriz Coningham
    George Washington University

Researcher as Stegophilist? Reaching to Develop and Extend Research on CEOs

  • Manda H. Rosser
  • Toby Marshall Egan
    Texas A&M University

Evidence-Based Practice through HRD Professional Partnership Research

  • Robert G. Hamlin
    University of Wolverhampton

Towards Further Development of HRD as an Academic Discipline: Comparing HRD Research Published in HRD and Mainstream Journals

  • S. Arzu Wasti
    Sabanci University
  • Rob F. Poell
    Tilburg University

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2005

2005 Cutting Edge Editors:

  • Julie Gedro, SUNY Empire State College
  • Julia Storberg-Walker, North Carolina State University

Employer Assessment of Work-Related Competencies and Workplace Adaptation

  • Thomas G. Reio, Jr.
    University of Louisville
  • Faye C. Sutton
    University of Louisville

Effective Evaluation of Training: Beyond the Measurement of Outcomes

  • Reid Bates
    Louisiana State University
  • Thomas H. Coyne
    Teacher's College, Columbia University

Toward a Strategic Blending Model: A Conceptual Framework to Improve Learning and Performance

  • Seung-Won Yoon
    Western Illinois University
  • Doo Hun Lim
    University of Tennessee

Using Methodological Pluralism to Develop Theory: Analytical Triangulation Enhancing Understanding of Managerial Effectiveness in Supporting Learning

  • Rona S. Beattie
    Glasgow Caledonian University
  • Andrea D. Ellinger
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Robert G. Hamlin
    University of Wolverhampton

An Integrative Literature Review of Organizational Cultural Factors that Facilitate Knowledge Management: Implications for HRD

  • Wei Zheng
    University of Minnesota

Effects of Cross-Cultural Training on Expatriates' Self-Efficacy, and Adjustments in Overseas Assignments: An Empirical Study of Managers in Asia

  • AAhad Osman-Gani
    Nanyang Technological University

Exploratory Research on the Effect of Autonomous Learners to Team Learning within Healthcare Systems

  • Patricia R. Goodman
    George Washington University
  • Neal Chalofsky
    George Washington University

Virtual OD: Facilitating Groups Online

  • Judy Milton
    University of Georgia
  • Karen E. Watkins
    University of Georgia
  • Barbara J. Daley
    University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee

Fostering Ethical Practices in HRD: Toward an Ethic of Inner Voice

  • John M. Dirkx
    Michigan State University

How Do Human Resource Development Professionals Deal with Organizational Politics?

  • Baiyin Yang
    University of Minnesota
  • Ji-Young Han
    Korea Institute of Curriculum and Evaluation

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2004

2004 Cutting Edge Editors:

  • Julie Gedro, SUNY Empire State College
  • Julia Storberg-Walker, North Carolina State University

Grounding our HRD Practice in the Challenges of Management Development: A Case of China

  • Jia Wang
    University of Georgia
  • Wendy Ruona
    University of Georgia

Do Formal Mentoring Programs Matter? A Longitudinal Randomized Experimental Study of Women Healthcare Workers

  • Toby Marshall Egan
    Texas A&M University
  • Manda H. Rosser
    Texas A&M University

Perceived Effectiveness and Application of Organizational Career Development Practices

  • Carroll M. Graham
    University of Arkansas
  • Fredrick Muyia Nafukho
    University of Arkansas

Seeking Symmetry between Supervisory Ratings and Self-Ratings of Employee Problem-Solving Skill

  • Margaret C. Lohman
    Pennsylvania State University

Testing a Model of Employee Selection: A Contextual Approach

  • Kiyoe Harada
    HRD Research
  • Jeffry S. Bowman
    Bowling Green State University

Cross Cultural Differences in Online Learning Motivation

  • Doo H. Lim
    University of Tennessee

Reconceptualizing the Learning Transfer Conceptual Framework: Empirical Validation of a New Systemic Model

  • Constantine Kontoghiorghes
    Cyprus International Institute of Management

HRD in Latin America: An Exploratory Review of the Literature

  • Michael G. Hasler
    Texas A&M University
  • Monica D. Thompson
    Texas A&M University
  • Susan A. Lynham
    Texas A&M University
  • Kenneth E. Paprock
    Texas A&M University

Expatriate Practices in Taiwan's Multinational Companies

  • Chi-jung Fu
    Shu-Te University
  • Hui-chin Chu
    Shu-Te University

Bridging the Great Divide: Exploring Resistance to HRD in Adult Education

  • Laura Bierema
    University of Georgia
  • Wendy Ruona
    University of Georgia
  • Karen Watkins
    University of Georgia
  • Maria Cseh
    Oakland University
  • Andrea Ellinger
    University of Illinois

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2003

2003 Cutting Edge Editors:

  • Tonette Rocco, Florida International University
  • Germain Ludwig, Palm Beach Atlantic University

The Adoption of e-learning Across Professional Groups in a Fortune 500 Company

  • James Gallaher
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Tim Wentling
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Work Environment Characteristics and Implications for Training Transfer: A Case Study of the Nuclear Power Industry

  • Joni K. Barnard
    The Ohio State University
  • Joshua D. Hawley
    The Ohio State University

Using Online Learning Systems: The Role of Self-Efficacy

  • Reid Bates
    Louisiana State University
  • Samer Khasawneh
    Louisiana State University

The Journey of Becoming a Diversity Practitioner: The Connection Between Experience, Learning, and Competence

  • Terrence E. Maltbia
    Columbia University

Workforce Development: Emotional Intelligence and Emotion Work

  • Rose Opengart
    The University of Georgia

Business Associations and Workforce Development: Implications for Human Resource Development

  • Joshua D. Hawley
    The Ohio State University
  • Judith Combes Taylor
    Jobs for the Future

An Exploration of Value Structure and Value Priority across Occupational and Stakeholder Groups

  • Hsin-Chih Chen
    Louisiana State University
  • Reid A. Bates
    Louisiana State University

Exploring the Evolutions of HRM, HRD, and OD

  • Wendy E. A. Ruona
    University of Georgia
  • Sharon K. Gibson
    University of St. Thomas

Using Phenomenology to Come to Know and Understand in Human Resource Development

  • Larry M. Dooley
    Texas A&M University
  • Susan A. Lynham
    Texas A&M University

Development and Validation of an Instrument for Early Assessment of Management Potential

  • Robert L. Zehner
    Louisiana State University
  • Elwood F. Holton, III
    Louisiana State University

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2002

2002 Cutting Edge Editor:

  • Tonette Rocco, Florida International University

The Complex Roots of Human Resource Development

  • Monica M. Lee
    Lancaster University

Collaboration in a Virtual Team Environment: A Case Study in Planning the ASTD/AHRD 2001 Future Search Conference

  • Gary L. May
    Clayton College & State University
  • Teresa J. Carter
    Executive Learning Strategies, Inc.
  • Jennifer D. Dewey
    North Central Regional Educational Laboratory

Post-Millennial Discourses of Organizational Spirituality: The Critical Role of HRD

  • Sharon Turnbull
    Lancaster University

Sales Superstars: Defining Competencies Needed for Sales Performance

  • Darlene Russ-Eft
    AchieveGlobal, Inc.
  • Edward Del Gaizo
    AchieveGlobal, Inc.
  • Jeannie Moulton
    GroundWork
  • Ruth Pangilinan
    Independent Researcher/Consultant

Training Evaluation with 360-Degree Feedback

  • Froukje A. Jellema
    University of Twente

Transfer of Learning: How Managers Develop Proficiency

  • Michael D. Enos
    Clark-Bardes Consulting
  • Marijke Kehrhahn
    University of Connecticut

The Process of Women's Gender Consciousness Development

  • Laura L. Bierema
    University of Georgia

Self-Management and Labor Market Outcomes

  • Jasper B. van Loo
    Maastricht University

Theory-driven Evaluation: An Alternative

  • Katie Robertson
    University of Georgia

Mixed Methods Use in HRD and AE

  • Tonette S. Rocco
    Florida International University
  • Linda Bliss
    Florida International University
  • Sue Gallagher
    Florida International University
  • Aixa Perez-Prado
    Florida International University

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2001

2001 Cutting Edge Editor:

  • Rob F. Poell

A Refusal to Define HRD

  • Monica M. Lee
    Lancaster University

The Role of the Learning Coach in Action Learning

  • Judy O'Neill
    Partners for the Learning Organization

A Study of Informal Learning in the Context of Decision Making

  • Andy R. Walker
    People 3
  • Victoria J. Marsick
    Columbia University

The Influence of Theories of Action on Action Research Initiatives: One Dying Division's Case

  • Linda Neavel Dickens
    Dickens & Associates

Career Goals of Non-Managerial Women: An Adaptive Approach

  • Linda M. Hite
    Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne
  • Kimberly S. McDonald
    Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne

The Intersection of Training and Careers: An Examination of Trends of Vocational and Professional Certification and a Call for Future Research

  • Shani D. Carter
    Rhode Island College

A Multilevel Theory of Organizational Performance: Seeing the Forest and the Trees

  • Susan Reynolds Fisher
    Barry University

Performance-Level Evaluation Methods Used in Management Development Studies from1986-2000

  • Doris B. Collins
    Louisiana State University

An Examination of Learning Transfer System Characteristics Across Organizational Settings

  • Elwood F. Holton, III
    Louisiana State University
  • Hsin-Chih Chen
    Louisiana State University
  • Sharon S. Naquin
    Louisiana State University

Motivation to Improve Work Through Learning in Human Resource Development

  • Sharon S. Naquin
    Louisiana State University
  • Elwood F. Holton, III
    Louisiana State University

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2000

2000 Cutting Edge Editor:

  • Donna H. Redmann, Louisiana State University

An Empirical Assessment of the Relationship Between the Learning Organization and Financial Performance

  • Andrea D. Ellinger
    The Pennsylvania State University
  • Alexander E. Ellinger
    Villanova University
  • Baiyin Yang
    University of Idaho
  • Shelly W. Howton
    Villanova University

Developing Workplace Leaders Through Their Emotional Reactions: Creating Committed Change Agents to Build a Learning Organization

  • Darren C. Short
    Office for National Statistics, UK
  • Peter Jarvis
    University of Surrey

The Role of HRD in Promoting Job Satisfaction in Malaysian SMEs

  • Robert W. Rowden
    Mercer University
  • Shamsuddin Ahmad
    Universiti Putra Malaysia

The Impact of the Corporate University – Case Study Analysis Developments in the UK

  • John S. Walton
    London Guildhall University
  • Michele C. Martin
    London Guildhall University

The Role of Feedback in Management Development Training

  • K. Peter Kuchinke
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Coaching in Organizations: Self-Assessment of Competence

  • Gary N. McLean
    University of Minnesota
  • Min-Hsun Kuo
    University of Minnesota

When Caring is Not Enough: Competencies Needed by Service Providers

  • Darlene Russ-Eft
    AchieveGlobal, Inc.
  • Caryl Berrey
    AchieveGlobal, Inc.
  • Tim Boone
    AchieveGlobal, Inc.
  • Julie Winkle
    AchieveGlobal, Inc.

A Systems Model for Evaluating Learning and Performance

  • Hallie Preskill
    University of New Mexico
  • Darlene Russ-Eft
    AchieveGlobal, Inc.

Exploring Alignment: A Comparative Case Study of Alignment in Two Organizations

  • Steve W. Semler
    University of Minnesota

Identification of Power and Influence Styles in Program Planning Practice

  • Baiyin Yang
    University of Idaho

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1999

1999 Cutting Edge Editor:

  • Tim Hatcher, University of Louisville

Motivating Community College Instructors to Teach On-Line: An Exploration of Selected Motivators

  • Harold L. Shoemaker, Jr.
    Mississippi State University
  • James J. Kirk
    Western Carolina University

Design and Development of an Evaluation System for On-Line Instruction

  • Scott D. Johnson
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Tim L. Wentling
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Comparative Analysis of Online versus Face to Face Instruction

  • Najmuddin Shaik
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Norman Bilsbury
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Scott D. Johnson
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Steve R. Aragon
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Nilda Palma-Rivas
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

A Discussion of the Methodological Appropriateness of Research Represented in the AHRD Proceedings - A Strategic Perspective for Journey Management

  • Christopher R. Hardy
    Innolog, Inc.

Operationalizing Alignment: Testing Alignment Theory

  • Steven W. Semler
    Honeywell, Inc.

The Relationship between Human Resource Development and Business Strategy in 1998 Fortune 500 Companies

  • Erica D. Kalata
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Tim L. Wentling
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Ethical Aspects of Human Resource Development

  • Jean Woodall
    Kingston University
  • Danielle Douglas
    Phoenix Human Resource Consultants

Application and Test of a Model of Team Effectiveness to Self-Managing Interdisciplinary Psychiatric Treatment Teams

  • Reid A. Bates
    Louisiana State University

Emotion Management and Organizational Functions: A Study of Action in a Not-for-Profit Organization

  • Jamie Callahan
    Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Theory in "Theory to Practice": Voices of Practitioners

  • Wendy E. A. Ruona
    University of Georgia

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1998

1998 Cutting Edge Editor:

  • Wim J. Nijhof

The Politics of Program Evaluation and the Misuse of Evaluation Findings

  • Hallie M. Preskill
    University of New Mexico
  • Robin Lackey
    University of New Mexico

Investments in Intellectual Capital: Developing Methods for Measuring Impact and Value of HRD

  • Lauri J. Bassi
    American Society for Training and Development
  • Mark E. van Buren
    American Society for Training and Development

Strategic HRD Alignment and HRD Effectiveness

  • Ida A. M. Wognum
    University of Twente
  • Roel J. Bosker
    University of Twente

Examining Construct Validity of Dimensions of the Learning Organization Questionnaire

  • Baiyin Yang
    Auburn University
  • Karen E. Watkins
    University of Georgia
  • Victoria J. Marsick
    Columbia University

Leadership Effects of Decision Making

  • Baiyin Yang
    Auburn University
  • Karen E. Watkins
    University of Georgia
  • Victoria J. Marsick
    Columbia University

Leaders Behaving Badly: How to Block Innovation in Organizations

  • Darlene F. Russ-Eft
    AchieveGlobal, Inc.

Mid-Stream Corrections: Decisions Leaders Make During Organizational Change Processes

  • David W. Frantz
    Purdue University

Leadership and Culture: Work-Related Values and Leadership Styles among U.S. and German Employees

  • Peter Kuchinke
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Behaviors Related to Perceptions of Leadership in Self-directed Project Groups

  • Judith A. Kolb
    Pennsylvania State University

Moderators of Managerial Behavior Ratings: An Analysis from Multiple Perspectives

  • Allan H. Church
    W. Warner Burke Associates Inc.

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1997

1997 Cutting Edge Editors:

  • Robert L. Dilworth
  • Verna J. Willis

Factors Affecting Transfer of Training in an Industrial Setting

  • Reid A. Bates
    Louisiana State University
  • Elwood F. Holton, III
    Louisiana State University
  • Dian L. Seylor
    Louisiana State University

Research as Development: Evaluating a Learning Organization Implementation

  • Laura L. Bierema
    Michigan State University

The Integration of Human Resource Development Into a Strategic Planning Process: a Comparative Case Study of Three Corporations

  • Clyde T. Conine, Jr.
    Macon College

Creating Mosaics: The Interrelationships Between Knowledge and Context

  • Barbara J. Daley
    University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Rethinking Boundaryless Organizations: a Framework for the Implementation and Management of Cultural Teams in the Global High-Performance Organization

  • Lisa Horvath
    George Washington University
  • Deborah Duarte
    George Washington University

Changing Work Cultures: Assessing HRD Needs in Francophone West Africa

  • Carol D. Hansen
    Georgia State University
  • Janet Headley
    Georgia State University

Training Effects on Productivity and Work Quality after the Introduction of New Technologies in the Organization: an Exploratory Study

  • Constantine J. Kontoghiorghes
    Georgia State University

HRD Evaluation as the Catalyst for Organizational Learning

  • Hallie Preskill
    University of New Mexico

Goal Integration in a Multi-divisional Organization

  • Richard J. Torraco
    University of Nebraska
  • Mary Finnegan
    University of Nebraska

Human Resource Development in the People's Republic of China

  • Bohua Yan
    Personnel Center of Liaoning Province
    People's Republic of China
  • Gary N. McLean
    University of Minnesota

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1996

1996 Cutting Edge Editors:

  • Hallie Preskill
  • Robert L. Dilworth

Using Managers as Trainers: Impact of a Large Scale Change Effort at a Fortune 10Company

Karen E. Watkins
University of Georgia

  • T. Valentine
    University of Georgia
  • Andrea D. Ellinger
    University of Georgia
  • Maria Cseh
    University of Georgia
  • Lewis J. Bellinger
    Ford Design Institute
  • Carol Barnas
    Ford Design Institute
  • Donald Blum
    Ford Design Institute

The Chief Learning Officer: A Case Study at Millbrook Distribution Services

  • Verna J. Willis
    Georgia State University
  • Gary L. May
    Millbrook Distribution Services

The Need for an Indigenous Approach to Management Development in Bangladesh

  • Gary McLean
    University of Minnesota

The Relationship of Training and Team Diversity on the Productivity of Service Technicians at Bell South

  • Anthony D. Machado
    Bell South Telecommunications
  • Douglas H. Smith
    Florida International University

Empowerment: Who Wants It and Who Doesn't?

  • William M. Kahnweiler
    Georgia State University
  • Margaret A. Thompson
    Georgia State University

The Effect of Locus Control and Performance-Contingent Incentives on Productivity and Job Satisfaction in Self-Managing Teams

  • Bonnie E. Garson
    Southern College of Technology
  • Douglas J. Stanwyck
    Georgia State University

Electronic Performance Support for Telephone Operators

  • Theo J. Bastiaens
    University of Twente
  • Wim J. Nijhof
    University of Twente
  • Harman J. Abma
    University of Twente

Enhancing New Employee Development: A Longitudinal Examination of Socialization Processes and Turnover

  • Elwood F. Holton, III
    Louisiana State University
  • Craig J. Russell
    Louisiana State University

Using Organizational Learning in an Action Research Intervention to Maintain Critical Technical Knowledge and Skills

  • Deborah Duarte
    George Washington University
  • David Schwandt
    George Washington University

Looking through a New Lens: Different Views of Human Resource Development

  • Darlene Russ-Eft
    Zenger Miller

The Realities of Communicating and Reporting Practices and Outcomes for Internal and External Evaluators

  • Rosalie T. Torres
    Torres Consulting Group
  • Hallie Preskill
    University of New Mexico
  • Mary E. Piontek
    RMC Research Corporation

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