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2011 Conference - Schedule at a Glance, Thursday

Conference At-a-Glance: Thursday, February 24

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Thursday, February 24

7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Conference Registration Desk Open

8 a.m. to Noon

Preconference Sessions

  • Emerging Research
  • Pursuing Research in Organizations that is Useful to Practice by Victoria Marsick & Karen Watkins
8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Preconference Session

  • Emerging Research
10 to 10:30 a.m. Break
8 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Program Excellence Network Meeting

1 to 2 p.m.

New Student/Member/Professional Conference Orientation Session

1 to 2 p.m.

Symposium Chairs Meeting

2 to 3 p.m.

Opening General Session – Welcome and conference kick-off

3 to 4:30 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 1-9, Innovative Sessions 1-3

Symposium 1

075
RTF

Towards the Identification of Indicators for Effective Managerial Behavior: Case of Mexico
Carlos E. Ruiz, Georgia Gwinnett College Jia Wang, Texas A&M University

1-1

005
RTF

Global Competence for Managers in India, Japan, and the Netherlands: A Qualitative Study
Gerard Ras, Wayne State College

1-2

211
RTF

Exploring Leadership Qualities in a Midwestern Casino: A Case Study
Endea M. Sizemore, Grand Victoria Casino and Resort; Cindy L. Crowder and Barbara A.W. Eversole, Indiana State University

1-3

Symposium 2

066
RTF

Aging Workers Perceptions on Opportunities for Professional Reinvention: Implications for Human Resource Development
Carrie Johnson and Katherine Layden, National-Louis University
Catherine Marsh, North Park University

2-1

038
RTF

Including an Aging U. S. Workforce in the 21st Century Workplace:
An Educational Approach to Implementing Two Action Frameworks

James H. Brown, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

2-2

119
RTF

Literature Review: The Known and Unknown about Generational
Differences in Organizations

Tabitha K. L. Coates, Colorado State University

2-3

Symposium 3

141
RTF

Exploring the Differences, Similarities, and Relationships between HRD and HRM Disciplines
Carlos Sepulveda Jr. and Fredrick M. Nafukho, Texas A&M University

3-1

118
RTF

Returning to the Foundations of HRD:  How HRD is Positioned at the Intersection of Micro and Macroeconomics, and why all HRD Research Should Explicate its Implications for Economics
Shani D. Carter, Rhode Island College
Claretha Hughes, Univesity of Arkansas, Fayetteville

3-2

035
RTF

Theorising and Practitioners in HRD: The Role of Abductive Reasoning
Jeff Gold, Leeds Business School, UK
John Walton, London Metropolitan University, UK
Peter Cureton, Liverpool John Moores University, UK
Lisa Anderson, University of Liverpool, UK

3-3

Symposium 4

043
RTF

360-degree Feedback Systems in Employee's Appraisal as a Competitive Advantage for Employee Development. A Study in Malaysia Private Enterprise.
Rusli Ahmad and Chalinya Kroup, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak
Ali Baig, University of Bradford

4-1

044
RTF

Relationships between Selected Factors of Rating Dissatisfaction and Employees' Satisfaction on the Performance Appraisal Decisions. A Study in a Broadcasting Agency, Malaysia.
Rusli Ahmad and Lydia Paya, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia
Ali Baig, University of Bradford

4-2

242
SPA

Human Resource Development and competencies in Environmental Sustainability
Anthony Kola-Olusanya, Osun State Univeristy, Nigeria

4-3

Symposium 5

147
RTF

Employee Engagement and Leadership: Exploring the Conceptual Convergence of Two Paradigms and Implications for Leadership Development in HRD
M. Brad Shuck and Ann Herd, University of Louisville

5-1

028
RTF

Four Emerging Perspectives of Employee Engagement: An Integrative Literature Review
M. Brad Shuck, University of Louisville

5-2

007
RTF

Antecedent and Outcome Variables of Employee Engagement: An Examination of a Hypothesized Model
M. Brad Shuck, University of Louisville
Thomas G. Reio, Jr., and Tonette S. Rocco, Florida International University

5-3

Symposium 6

159
RTF

Team Creativity: The Effects of Perceived Learning Culture, Developmental Feedback, Team Cohesion and Their Interactions
Baek-Kyoo (Brian) Joo, Winona State University
Ji Hoon Song, Oklahoma State University
Doo Hun Lim, University of Oklahoma
Seung Won Yoon, Western Illinois University

6-1

222
RTF

The Effects of Organizational Learning and Managerial Coaching on Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment, and Turnover Intention
Baek-Kyoo (Brian) Joo, Winona State University
Sung Jun Jo, Utica College

6-2

145
SPF

A Profile of NHRD in the 2nd National Lifelong Learning Promotion Plan in Korea
Soonok Jo, The University of Georgia
Hee-su Lee, Chung-Ang University
Ikseon Choi, The University of Georgia

6-3

Symposium 7

202
SPF

Performance Appraisals: The Unnecessary Evil in Organizations
Geoffrey Muraguri, Metropolitan State University

7-1

067
SPF

"Relaax, I Remember the Recession in the Early 1980s…" Organizational Storytelling as a Crisis Management Tool
David M. Kopp and Irena Nikolovska, Barry University
Katie P. Desiderio, Moravian College
Jeffrey T. Guterman, Barry University

7-2

016
SPF

Psychological Contract Breaches and Their Consequences: Mediating Effects of Organization and Employee Performance
Chi-jung Fu, Kainan University
Chin-I Cheng, Central Michigan University

7-3

Symposium 8

153
RTA

Aligning Macro-, Micro-, and Mid-Level Learning Theories from HRD Perspectives
Seung Won Yoon, Western Illinois University
Ji Hoon Song, Oklahoma State University
Yonjoo Cho, Indiana University
In Gu Kang, Indiana University

8-1

134
SPA

A Theoretical Model of the Direct Correlation between Trust and Non-Trust in an Organizational Culture
Judy B. Smetana, Colorado State University
Kristina Johansson Natt och Dag, North Carolina State University

8-2

175
RTA

A Literature Review Exploring the Organizational Factors Contributing to or Impeding Employee Creativity
Mariya Gavrilova-Aguilar, University of North Texas

8-3

Symposium 9

236
RTA

The Changing Role of Leaders in Workplace Learning through CoPs
Sunyoung Park, University of Minnesota
EunJee Kim, Posco, South Korea

9-1

061
RTF

Women's Experience of Leadership: Advice for New Female College Graduates
Chantel M. Rice and Katherine A. Tunheim, Gustavus Adolphus College

9-2

155
SPA

Applying Ethics to HRD Professionals
Tim G. Hatcher, Tara K. Shollenberger, and Erin T. LeGrand, North Carolina State University

9-3

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

Innovative Sessions 1-3

IS-1

The "Science of HRD": Assessing and Evaluating HRD Research
Greg G. Wang, Jerry W. Gilley, and Judy Y. Sun, The University of Texas at Tyler
Baiyin Yang, Tsinghua University, China
Russell Korte, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Innovative Session Papers Are Not Published

IS-2

Excellence in Scholarly HRD Practice
Darren Short , AHRD Chair of the Award Committee
Tara Gray and Catherine Lombardozzi, AHRD Award Recipients

Innovative Session Papers Are Not Published

IS-3 Developing Research Skills: Using Vee Diagrams with Graduate Students in Human Resource Development
Barbara J. Daley and Larry G. Martin, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
Innovative Session Papers Are Not Published

4:30 to 5:30 p.m.

Town Hall Reception & Poster Sessions

Poster Sessions

197
P

Theory of Transitional Learning in HRD:  Why Adult Learning Styles are Important among a Multi-Generational Workforce?
Larry D. Weas, Northern Illinois University

Town Hall
vicinity

026
P

A Multicultural Curriculum: A Learning Model Applied on Combating Racism in the Workplace
Adrian Huang, Northern Illinois University

Town Hall
vicinity

206
P

Using Blended Learning to Bridge the Gap Between Theory and Practice: Curriculum Design and Evaluation in Higher Education
Chun-Yu Lin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Chung-Kai Huang, University of Texas at Austin
Chun-Yu Lin, Aletheia University, Taiwan
Yung-Kuei Huang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Town Hall
vicinity

176
P

Self-initiated Expatriation of Highly-skilled Migrants:  How to Attract and Keep the Brightest Minds
Lan Cao, Leuphana University Lueneburg

Town Hall
vicinity

148
P

Foundations of HRD: Breaking New Ground, or Deming's Disciples?
Marcia Hagen and Jennifer Schultz,Metropolitan State University

Town Hall
vicinity

5:30 to 7 p.m. Networking with Leading HRD Scholars

Wednesday | Thursday | Friday | Saturday & Sunday

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