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2011 Conference - Schedule at a Glance, Friday

Conference At-a-Glance: Friday, February 25

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Friday, February 25

7 to 8:30 a.m.

ADHR Editorial Board Breakfast

7:15 to 8:15 a.m.

Food 'n' Thought Sessions

Storberg-Walker & Boulay
Research and Practice
Developing a Grant Budget, "I Wish I Knew Then What I Know Now"

Worlow
Research Horizons
The Impact of the Recession on Leadership Development Programs in Small Companies  

Hahn
Research and Practice
Book Club – Drive by Daniel Pink

Friday
Research and Practice
Using HRD Theories to Research Across Disciplines

Sepulveda, Alfred, Kissack
Research Horizons
The Journey to the Professoriate: A Dialogue Between HRD Professors and Graduate Students

Whitener-Fellows
Research and Practice
Special Interest Group (SIG) Sponsored by Scholar Learning & Development

7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Conference Registration Desk Open

8:30 to 10 a.m.

Symposium User Key

RTF:

Research & Theory Full Paper

SPF:

Scholar-Practitioner Full Paper

RTA:

Research & Theory Abstract

SPA:

Scholar-Practitioner Abstract

RR:

Research Roundtable

IS:

Innovative Session

P:

Poster

 

SYMPOSIA 10-19; Innovative Sessions 4-5

Symposium 10

104
RTF

 Advancing the Affective Domain and its Interventions for HRD
Sunyoung Park, University of Minnesota
Yeol Huh and DaBae Lee, Indiana University
Doo Hun Lim, University of Oklahoma
Seung Won Yoon, Western IllinoisUniversity

10-1

240
RTF

The Effects of Affective Commitment and Empowerment on Patient Safety Culture
Sujin K. Horwitz and Irwin B. Horwitz, University of St. Thomas

10-2

093
RTF

Strong Ties in a Developmental Network: Direct and Indirect Relationships with Organizational Commitment, Organizational Citizenship Behavior, and Knowledge Sharing
Sung Jun Jo, Utica College
Baiyin Yang, Tsinghua University

10-3

Symposium 11

022
SPF

Expectation Breaches, Promise Violations, and Behavioral Outcomes
Chi-jung Fu, Kainan University
Chin-I Cheng, Central Michigan University

11-1

161
SPF

Critical HRD and Culturally Appropriate Human Rights-Based Projects for Refugees
Maria Beltran-Figueroa, Refugee Resource & Research Institute of Indiana, Inc.
Rey Ty, International Training Office, Northern Illinois University

11-2

247
SPF

A Study of Emotional Intelligence, Organizational Citizenship Behavior and Procedural Justice With Reference to the Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) Industry
Ashwini Joshua, Madurai Kamaraj University, India

11-3

Symposium 12

041
SPF

Using Organization Development for a Major Social Change Effort with Women and Education in Utah
Susan R. Madsen and Cheryl Hanewicz, Utah Valley University

12-1

105
SPA

Leaders and Change: Make it Personal
Ann Gilley, Ferris State University
Jerry W. Gilley, The University of Texas at Tyler
Joyce Heames, West Virginia University

12-2

077
RTA

Preparing More Hispanic Women for Effective Workplace Learning
Nicolle M. Johnson and Susan R. Madsen, Utah Valley University

12-3

Symposium 13

050
RTF

Making Connections Between the Career Transition and Voluntary
Turnover Literatures

Judy Y. Sun, Greg G. Wang and Andrea D. Ellinger, The University of Texas at Tyler

13-1

152
RTF

Cultural Diversity Management and Its Impact on Organizational Performance
Priyanka Doshy and Jia Wang, Texas A&M University

13-2

162
RTF

Identifying the Gaps in Employee Training and Learning:  A Study of New Employee Orientation Training
Mesut Akdere, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Steven W. Schmidt, East Carolina University

13-3

Symposium 14

164
RTA

Continuing Professional Development Motives and Activities of Nurses in the Netherlands
Gerard Brekelmans, Erasmus University Hospital
Rob F. Poell, Tilburg University
Kees van Wijk, Erasmus University

14-1

029
RTA

The Role of White Racial Identity Development:  Examining the Experiences of White Organization Leaders who Supervise Racially Diverse Teams
Alicia Friday and Elsa Gonzalez, Texas A&M University

14-2

098
SPA

Group Decision-making and its Powerful Role in Corporate Governance
Kim Villeneuve, The George Washington University

14-3

Symposium 15

081
RTF

The "Science of HRD Research:" Reshaping HRD Research through Scientometrics
Greg G. Wang, Jerry W. Gilley, and Judy Y. Sun, The University of Texas at Tyler

15-1

024
RTF

The Locus of Flow: a Framework for Research and Practice
Katie P. Desiderio, Moravian College
David M. Kopp, Barry University

15-2

027
RTF

Identifying Organizational Knowledge Creation Enablers through Content Analysis: The Voice from the Industry
Ji Hoon Song
, Oklahoma State University
Seung Won Yoon, Western Illinois University
Hea Jun Yoon, University of Minnesota

15-3

Symposium 16

106
RTF

The Development and Validation of a Career Coach Competency Model
John-Paul Hatala, Rochester Institute of Technology
Lee Hisey, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

16-1

249
RTF

Work Value Congruence and Career Satisfaction: Toward Identifying Moderating Variables at the Individual and Organizational Levels
Sohee Park, Sookmyung Women's University

16-2

250
RTF

Behind the Virtual Anonymous Curtain: Content Analysis of Career Transition of Korean Engineers
Un-Yeong Park, Seung-hyun Han, and Jeonghwan Choi, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

16-3

Symposium 17

133
RTF

Theoretical and Practical Implications for Role Salience and Work-Family Conflict Linkages
Tomika Wilson Greer and Toby Marshall Egan, Texas A&M University

17-1

177 RTF

Women in Student Affairs: Navigating the Role of Mother and Administrator
Krista Bailey and Jia Wang, Texas A&M University

17-2

156 RTF

Experiences of Women Leaders in a Predominantly Male Dominated Institution in Mexico
Ana Patricia Moreno, Texas A & M University

17-3

Symposium 18

179
RTA

The Current Status of Human Resource Development
Master's Programs in the United States

Paul B. Roberts, The University of Texas at Tyler

18-1

090
SPA

Aligning Interdisciplinary Expertise to Strengthen the HRD Scholar Practitioner Exchange
David A. Boulay, Julia Storberg-Walker, and Diane Chapman, North Carolina State University

18-2

Symposium 19

139
RTF

Making a Change:  Urban School Reform Through School-based Intermediary Coaching
Anysia Mayer, University of Connecticut
Larisa Warhol, Arizona State University
Robin S. Grenier, University of Connecticut

19-1

OPEN

OPEN

19-2

086
RTF

A Diffusion of Competence: Reframing the Competence Research
David A. Boulay, North Carolina State University
Heeyoung Han, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine

19-3

Innovative Session papers are not included in the 2011 proceedings file. Conference patrons who attend innovative sessions will receive handouts and materials.

Innovative Sessions 4-5

IS-4

Evidence-Based Organizational Change Initiatives for Long-Term Financial Sustainability
Karen E. Watkins, The University of Georgia
Victoria J. Marsick and Lyle Yorks, Teacher's College
Young Saing Kim, KRIVET
Paddy O'Toole, Monash University, Austrailia

Innovative Session Papers Are Not Published

IS-5

Comparison of Global Trends in Workforce Education and Development: A Perspective of Seven Developing Countries
Philip Acheampong, Cavil Anderson, Stacey deShield, Hong Min Kim,
Cynthia Petrovich-Corn, Hsin-Ling Tsai, and Aileen Guerrero Zaballero, The Pennsylvania State University

Innovative Session Papers Are Not Published

10 to 10:30 a.m.

Break

9 to 10:30 a.m.

HRDI Managerial Board Meeting

10:30 a.m. to Noon

Strategic HRD Capabilities: Guaranteeing Value and Impact
Keynote Presenter: Robert O. Brinkerhoff, EdD

12 to 2 p.m. Conference Redesign Meeting

12 to 2 p.m.

HRDI Editorial Board Meeting & Lunch

12:15 to 1:15 p.m.

Food 'n' Thought Sessions

Venneberg & Eversole
Scholar Practitioner
Book Club Review – The boomer retirement time bomb: How companies can avoid the fallout from the coming skills shortage.

Zheng
Research Horizons
Social Network Formation

Yoon & Jacobs
Research and Practice
How To Improve the Ability of Expatriates and Local Managers to Effectively Communicate with Each Other to Achieve Organizational Outcomes: A Systems Approach

Weas
Research Horizons
Humor in HRD & Training

Jacobs & Scott
Research Horizons
Critical Workplace Violence Trends: A Model

Kim, Kim & McLean
Research Horizons
Why Should HRD Pay Attention to Talent Management

Cheney
Research Horizons
Innovative Dialogue on a Topic of Current or Future Research Interest in HRD

McWhorter & Bennett
Research and Practice
Virtual HRD, Technology and Distance Learning: A Discussion of Future Trends in HRD Practice and Research

1:30 to 3 p.m.

Symposium User Key

RTF:

Research & Theory Full Paper

SPF:

Scholar-Practitioner Full Paper

RTA:

Research & Theory Abstract

SPA:

Scholar-Practitioner Abstract

RR:

Research Roundtable

IS:

Innovative Session

P:

Poster

 

SYMPOSIA 20-27, Innovative Sessions 6-7

Symposium 20

112
RTF

Social Media as a Means to Improve Organizational Learning:
Implications for HRD

Kristopher Thomas and Mesut Akdere, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee

20-1

064
RTF

The Impact of the Learning Organization Environment on the Organizational Learning Process: Does the Better Learning Process Occur in the Better Learning Organization?
Ji Hoon Song, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater
Chang-Wook Jeung, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Sei Hyoung Cho, Ohio State University, Columbus

20-2

255
RTF

Understanding Team Learning, its Antecedents, and Outcomes
Seung Won (Christine) Hong, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Seung Won Yoon, Western Illinois University
Peter Kuchinke, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

20-3

Symposium 21

192
RTF

Integrated Human Resource Development through Social Entrepreneurship in the Developing World: Cases of India and China
Madhulika Sagaram & Jia Wang, Texas A&M University

21-1

221
RTF

Human Resource Development: Appraising Nigeria's Vision 2020 Educational Goals
Anthony Kola-Olusanya, Osun State University, Okuku Campus

21-2

182
RTF

Human Resource Development in Pakistan: An Exploratory Study
M. Abdur Rahman Malik. Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan
Nadir N. Budhwani, Grant MacEwan University, Canada

21-3

Symposium 22

036
SPF

Coaching the Faltering Executive
William P. Macaux, Generativity LLC

22-1

256
RTF

Trust and Presence as Executive Coaching Competencies:
Reviewing Literature to Inform Practice and Future Research
Terrence E. Maltbia, Teachers College, Columbia University
Rajashi Ghosh, Drexel University
Victoria J. Marsick, Teachers College, Columbia University

22-2

181
RTF

Does Your Boss's Feedback Matter?
Sewon Kim, SUNY Empire State
Toby Egan and Homer Tolson, Texas A&M University

22-3

Symposium 23

103
RTF

Country-wide Human Capital: The Case of Ukraine
Olga A. Verkhohlyad, Ukrainian-American Liberal Arts Institute "Wisconsin International University Ukraine"
Gary N. McLean , Texas A&M University

23-1

089
RTF

A Feminist Perspective on Women's Employment in South Korea: Implications for HRD
Sunyoung Park and JiHyun Shim, University of Minnesota

23-2

130
RTA

The U.S. Youth Unemployment Trend, Implications and Remedies
Brian Mackey, GEI Consultants, Inc.

23-3

Symposium 24

063
SPF

Big 'C', Little 'c', D: How's Your Connection?
Wally Smith and Laticia Thompson, LPM Associates, New Lenox, Illinois

24-1

015
SPF

Driven to Distraction: How Electronic Media is Affecting the Brain and the Implications for Human Resource Development in an Uncertain Economy
Edie Williams, The George Washington University

24-2

171
SPF

Trust in Virtual Teams: A Review of the Literature and Recommendations for HRD Practice
Marie-Line Germain, Western Carolina University

24-3

Symposium 25

039
SPF

Assessing How New Products Go To Market: A Stakeholder Framework
Denise Marie Cumberland and Rod Patrick Githens, University of Louisville

25-1

193
SPF

Improving a Blended Learning Model in a Large-Enrollment Business Course
Norma I. Scagnoli, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Carol Packard, University of Illinois, College of Medicine at Peoria

25-2

146
SPF

Evaluating E-learning Transfer of Training in Industry
Dorothy Carole Yaw, Indiana State University

25-3

Symposium 26

208
RTA

Recovered Alcoholics and Career Development: Implications for Human Resource Development
Julie Gedro, Empire State College/State University of New York
Jody Iodice, Argosy University

26-1

158
RTA

Good-looking accountants? It seems they are looking not so bad after all!
Renato Ferreira Leitão Azevedo and Edgard B. Cornachione Jr., University of Sao Paulo

26-2

198
SPF

Strategy of Career Interventions for Battered Women
Joshua C. Collins, Texas A&M University

26-3

Symposium 27

265
SPA

Certification and the Branding of HRD
Saul Carliner, Concordia University

27-1

254
SPA

Bridging Research and Practice: An Interim Report on 5 Pilot Projects
Saul Carliner, Concordia University

27-2

065
SPA

Best Practices in the Use of Case Studies as Teaching Tools
Steven W. Schmidt, East Carolina University

27-3

Innovative Session papers are not included in the 2011 proceedings file. Conference patrons who attend innovative sessions will receive handouts and materials.

Innovative Sessions 6-7

IS-6

Human Resource Development and Understanding Human Experience
Craig Polsfuss, Vantage Place Consulting

Innovative Session Papers Are Not Published

IS-7

Educating the Scholar-Practitioner
Catherine Lombardozzi, Vanguard

Innovative Session Papers Are Not Published

3 to 3:30 p.m.

Break

3:30- 5 p.m.

Symposium User Key

RTF:

Research & Theory Full Paper

SPF:

Scholar-Practitioner Full Paper

RTA:

Research & Theory Abstract

SPA:

Scholar-Practitioner Abstract

RR:

Research Roundtable

IS:

Innovative Session

P:

Poster

 

SYMPOSIA 28-35, Innovative Sessions 8-9

Symposium 28

115
RTA

Effects of Spirituality and Social Responsibility on Job Satisfaction: A Conceptual Analysis from Religious Perspectives
Naail Mohammed Kamil, Mohamed Sulaiman, Aahad Osman-Gani and Khaliq Ahmad International Islamic University Malaysia

28-1

224
RTA

Volunteers Needed: A Study of Volunteer Recruitment and Retention Strategies in Churches
Abigail J. Veliquette, Colorado State University

28-2

034
RTF

Multi-Level Model of Expatriate Social Network Composition: An Empirical Analysis of the Moderating Role of Country-Level Culture Distance
AAhad M. Osman-Gani,IIUM University, Malaysia
Thomas Rockstuhl, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

28-3

Symposium 29

189
RTF

Executive Coaching: An Integrative Literature Review
James E. Bartlett, II , Robert V. Boylan, and Jim E. Hale , North Carolina State University

29-1

196
SPF

Examining the Impact of Executive Coaching On the Organizational Performance of Female Executives
Lily Benavides, San Francisco, California

29-2

OPEN

OPEN

29-3

Symposium 30

108
RTA

Using Multi-Rater Feedback to Predict Managerial Career Derailment: A Model of Self-Boss Rating Patterns
Louis N. Quast, Bruce A. Center, Chu-Ting Chung, Joseph M. Wohkittel, and Bai Vue , University of Minnesota

30-1

245
RTA

The Influence of National Cultural Values on the Nature of Women's Careers: A Literature Review of the Hungarian Context
Nisha Nambisan Manikoth and Maria Cseh, The George Washington University

30-2

215
RTA

Extending the Dimensions of Career Adaptability Research and Practice
SeonJoo Kim, The University of Georgia

30-3

Symposium 31

200
SPA

Emotional Intelligence and Leadership Development Training in an International Organization
Fredrick M. Nafukho & Helen M. A. Muyia, Texas A&M University
Kit Kacirek, University of Arkansas
Sue Lynham, Colorado State University

31-1

069
RTA

Leadership Development in Korea: A Delphi Study
Myungweon Choi, University of Georgia
Hea Jun Yoon, University of Minnesota
Chang-Wook Jay Jeung, University of Minnesota

31-2

233
RTA

Learners' Educational Orientation as a Design Tool for Human Resource Development Professionals in Law Enforcement: A Caribbean Context
Yvonne O. Hunter-Johnson and Rosemary B. Closson, University of South Florida

31-3

Symposium 32

168
RTA

Predictors of Expatriate Adjustment: A Meta-Analysis
Sharjeel Saleem, University of Vienna, Austria

32-1

219
RTA

Identifying the Cross-Cultural Stresses that Emerge During an International Assignment
Katherine Rosenbusch, The George Washington University

32-2

023
RTA

Unique Challenges in Succession Planning Management of Multinational Companies
Yeonsoo Kim, Cecilia Maldonado and Sterling Saddler, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

32-3

Symposium 33

207
RTA

Understanding Strategic Learning: Review and Synthesis of the Literature
Hanna Moon & Wendy Ruona, University of Georgia

33-1

107
RTA

Exploring the Influence of Frames of Reference on the Informal Learning Process
M. Grant Wofford, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Andrea D. Ellinger, The University of Texas at Tyler
Karen E. Watkins, The University of Georgia

33-2

030
RTA

Transcending the Learning Organization and Becoming a Corporate Socially Responsible Organization
Renada Goldberg, University of Minnesota

33-3

Symposium 34

210
RTF

The Business Case for Human Resource Development: A Strategic Overview
Jennifer L. Schultz and Marcia Hagen, Metropolitan State University
Sunyoung Park, University of Minnesota—Twin Cities

34-1

259
RTA

Managerial Effectiveness, and Employee and Customer Outcomes: A Stakeholder Theory Perspective
Mesut Akdere, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Toby M. Egan, Texas A&M University

34-2

238
RTA

An Integrative Review of Literature on Perceptions of Training Held by its Clients
Saul Carliner, Concordia University
Colleen Bernard, Bombardier Aircraft

34-3

Symposium 35

137
RTA

Mountains as Places of Learning: An Autoethnographic Exploration
Kenneth R. Bartlett, University of Minnesota

35-1

096
RTA

Human Resource Development and Medical Education:
Exploring the Potential

Heeyoung Han, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine
David A. Boulay, North Carolina State University

35-2

113
RTA

Positive Psychology: An Overview and Discussion of Its Impact on Work and Human Resource Education
Denise A. Bonebright, University of Minnesota

35-3

Innovative Session papers are not included in the 2011 proceedings file. Conference patrons who attend innovative sessions will receive handouts and materials.

Innovative Sessions 8-9

IS-8

Ensuring High Quality Qualitative Research Sponsored by: The Qualitative Inquiry Special Interest Group
Neal Chalofsky, The George Washington University
Vanessa Doran, Northern Illinois University
J. Kori Whitener Fellows, Texas A & M University
Robin Grenier, University of Connecticut
Jia Wang, Texas A & M University

Innovative Session Papers Are Not Published

IS-9

A Speed Dating Innovative Session – Facing Fears and Frustrations When Writing for Publication Sponsored by the Scholar Learning and Development Special Interest Group
Tonette S. Rocco, Florida International University
Linda M. Hite, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne
Laura Bierema, University of Georgia
Andrea Ellinger,University of Texas at Tyler
Ron Jacobs,The Ohio State University
Gary McLean,Texas A&M University
Rob Poell, Tilburg University
Tom Reio, Florida International University
Tonette Rocco, Florida International University
Richard Torraco, University of Nebraska
Sunny L. Munn, The Ohio State University

Innovative Session Papers Are Not Published

5 to 6 p.m. Asia Chapter Meeting

5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Awards Presentations

6 to 8:30 p.m.

HRDQ Editorial Board Dinner and Meeting

6:30 p.m.

Dinner on your own (free evening)

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