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2012 AHRD Conference - Friday Schedule at a Glance

AHRD 2012 International Research Conference in The Americas

Conference At-a-Glance: Friday, March 2

Many changes have been made to the conference schedule. The final version is available in the Conference Program.

Friday, March 2, 2012

7:30 am – 4:00 pm

Registration Desk Open

7:15 – 8:15 am

Food N Thought Sessions

Using Politics to Enact Change: An Interactive Session
Katryna Johnson, Marcia Hagen, Carol Bormann Young

Mechanisms to Transform Situated Identity to Deep Structured Identity
Saphon Ren

7:30 – 8:30 am

Journal Editors Meeting (Including How to Get Published)

8:30 – 10:00 am

Symposium User Key

RTF:

Research & Theory Full Paper

SPF:

Scholar-Practitioner Full Paper

RA:

Research Abstract

RPA:

Research Practice Abstract

RR:

Research Roundtable

IS:

Innovative Session

IRP:

Interactive Poster Session

 

SYMPOSIA 9-16, INNOVATIVE SESSION 3, RESEARCH ROUNDTABLE 2

Symposium 9:

 

0018
RT

Understanding the Learning Organization 30 years on: An integrative literature review
Elizabeth  Jayanti

9-1

0027
RTA

Learning Environment Design: A framework for designing comprehensive learning solutions in organizations
Catherine Lombardozzi, Vanguard

9-2

0044
SPA

Rethinking Technology Acceptance
Jason Moats, Vanguard

9-3

Symposium 10:

 

0165
RA

Facilitating Self-Reflection and Experiential Learning in Medical Education: The Critical Role of Post-Simulation Debriefing
Rebecca Blanchard

10-1

0157
RTF

Effective Training Strategies: A Collective Case Study
Vishal Arghode

10-2

0163
RA

Developing a Literate and Skilled US Workforce: Perspectives of Human Resource Development Scholars and Practitioners
Merlissa Alfred

10-3

Symposium 11:

 

0095
RTF

Evaluating Leadership Development Using A Developmental Change Framework
Karen Watkins, University of Georgia

11-1

0236

Trailblazing Women: The Story of Career and Family Balance
Donald Bernard, Jung Song, Yeonsoo Kim

11-2

0144
RTF

The Effectiveness of Informal Learning and Formal Training on Improving Job Competences in Small Business
Gun Sung Joung and Cho Hyun Park, The Pennsylvania State University

11-3

Symposium 12:

 

0024
RA

The Cost of Employee Turnover in a Banking Institution in Kenya
Dan Obiero, Central Bank of Kenya

12-1

0028
SPF

A Physician Group’s Movement Toward Electronic Health Records:
A Case Study using the Transtheoretical Model for Organizational Change
Robert Boswell, The Pennsylvania State University,

12-2

0041
RP

Beyond Organization Structure: Whether line-business and function based organization works in replacing Geographic based organization?
Saptiadi Nugroho

12-3

Symposium 13:

 

0032
RTF

Development and Validation of an Instrument for Measuring Dogmatism in the Workplace
Margaret Lohman

13-1

0123
RA

Social Network Analysis as a Needs Assessment Tool for Team Building Intervention
Cho Hyun Park

13-2

0196
RTF

Establishing a Strategic Training and Development Function while using Balanced Scorecard in a Newly Structured/Merged Multinational Bank
Muhannad Burdbar Khan, Al Akhawayn university, Morocco

13-3

Symposium 14:

 

0063
SPF

Recruiting and Risk: Female Financial Advisor Candidates
Kelsey Swanson, Gustavus Adolphus College

14-1

0119
RA

Managerial Behaviors Associated with High Advancement Potential: Understanding the Glass Ceiling
Joseph Wohkittel, University of Minnesota

14-2

0226
RP

Coaching Through Assessment: Women’s Leadership in the Workplace
Rubina Malik,  The University of Georgia

14-3

Symposium 15:

 

0038
RP

Strengthen Leadership by Developing Your Emotional and Social Intelligence
Matthew Hurtienne

15-1

0173
SPF

Perceptions and Expectations of African American Women Who Engage in Mentoring Relationships with Faculty
Rhonda Fowler

15-2

0213
RA

Case Studies: Identifying the Evaluation Techniques of Leadership Development
Programs
Aileen Zaballero, Pennsylvania State University

15-3

Symposium 16:

 

0083
RTF

Effects of Spirituality, Religiosity, Personal Values, and Commitment on Employee Performance: An Empirical Analysis using Structural Equation Model
Aahad OsmanGani,  IIUM University

16-1

0215
SPF

Emotion and turnover: How emotion labor in quick service restaurants affect turnover
Alonso Fierro, Gizoes, LP, College Station

16-2

0254
RA

HRD Practitioners as Change Agents for Sustainability in Competitive Organizations
Petulia Blake, Indiana State University

16-3

Innovative Session 3

Innovative Sessions Are Not Published or included in the 2012 proceedings file. Conference patrons who attend innovative sessions will receive handouts and materials.

 

0093 IS

A Civil Conversation between Scholars and Practitioners about Workplace Incivility: Tensions and Challenges in the Discourse
Julie Gedro, Empire State College; Jia Wang, Texas A&M University

3

Research Roundtable 2:

 

128
RR

Examining Two Sides of the Knowledge Sharing Equation in the Workplace
EunJee Kim

RR 2-1

0075
RR

Measuring Performance Improvement: An Exploration of New Tools for Practitioners
Margaret Glick

RR 2-2

8:30 am – 12 noon

Conference Workshop: Navigating the Promotion and Tenure Process: A Workshop for Early and Mid-Career Faculty Development

Academia has always held high and somewhat elusive standards for promotion and tenure. With challenges to the role of universities and the role of faculty in those universities, the route to promotion and tenure can seem mysterious, and at times overwhelming. So, what must a early career faculty member do to achieve promotion and tenure? After having achieved promotion and tenure, what must a mid-career faculty member do to attain the position of Full Professor?

The path to promotion and tenure can become even more difficult for women, given social expectations that they are the primary family caregivers and the challenges of balancing life and work. Should one stop the tenure clock? Opt out of service activities? Make teaching a lower priority? What might be the consequences? These issues become even more complex for dual-career couples that choose academic positions. This interactive workshop focuses on key steps in working toward promotion and tenure and then promotion to Full Professor. While promotion and tenure expectations will differ among institutions, workshop participants will explore common challenges grounded in recent literature exploring factors that influence faculty success. Participants will also develop useful skills to achieve promotion and tenure at different career stages, learn tips on managing their time and handling stress, creating research partnerships, developing a research agenda and strategy, and navigating political issues associated with tenure and promotion. This is the first in a series of professional development opportunities focused on early and mid-career faculty sponsored by AHRD.

Presenters: The workshop will be co-led by Laura Bierema, Professor at the University of Georgi,a and Holly M. Hutchins, Associate Professor at the University of Houston. Both facilitators have been actively involved in faculty development initiatives for several years, serving as mentors for early and mid-career faculty.

For those interested in participating in the workshop, please contact Holly M. Hutchins (hmhutchins@uh.edu) on/before February 15. Session materials will be sent to participants before the workshop date.

10:30 am – 12 noon

SYMPOSIA 17-24, INNOVATIVE SESSION 4, RESEARCH ROUNDTABLE 3

Symposium 17:

 

0214
RTF

Toward Further Conceptualizations of Strategic Learning
Hanna Moon, University of Georgia

17-1

0064
RTF

Mediators and Outcomes of Scenario Planning: A Canonical Correlation Analysis
Thomas Chermack

17-2

0082
RTF

The Strategic Value of HRD in Lean Strategy Implementation
Meera Alagaraja

17-3

Symposium 18:

 

0183
RTF

The Application of a Theoretical Framework of Responsible Leadership to a South African Study on Business Leadership
Susan Lynham, Colorado State University

18-1

0216
RTF

Exploring the Relationship between Supervisor’s Leadership Style and Employee Loyalty
Xi Yu, University of Minnesota

18-2

0077
SPF

Supervision of Part-time Student Employees by Professional Staff in Higher Education Settings: A Pilot Study to Determine the Qualifications of a Mentor
David Frock

18-3

Symposium 19:

 

0094
RP

Designing Online Professional Development to Reduce Culture Clash between HRD Academics and Practitioners
Diane Chapman

19-1

0099
RTF

Students’ Perceptions of Master’s Level Online Learning A Phenomenological Study - Microsoft Word
Michael E. Smith, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA (1)

19-2

0247
RTF

Knowledge Sharing and Organizational Effectiveness
Khalil M. Dirani, University of Georgia

19-3

0128
RA

Examining Two Sides of the Knowledge Sharing Equation in the Workplace
EunJee Kim

19-4

Symposium 20:

 

0050
SPF

Social Media in the Workplace and Implications for HR and HRD Professionals
Charlotte Akers, Western Carolina University; Ann Locklear, Scotland Health Care System; Fawad Rafi, Western Carolina University; Marie-Line  Germain, Western Carolina University

20-1

0180
SPF

In Pursuit of Learning: Sense making the Quality of Work Life
Jessica Li

20-2

0054
RTF

Identity Matters in Workplace Learning
Robert  Mizzi

20-3

Symposium 21:

 

0172
RP

Korean Employees’ Learning Style and Cognitive Traits: Implication on Korean Organizations’ Collaborative Performance
Yujin Kim

21-1

0177
RTF

Failure to Launch: The Role of Self-Efficacy in Workforce Training Deployment
Dave Hamilton

21-2

0181
SPF

Do Work Relationships Matter? Exploring the Impact of the Organizational Social Climate on Health Promotion
Karen Mastroianni

21-3

Symposium 22:

 

0138
RTF

Burke-Litwin Organizational Assessment Survey: The unofficial instrument manual
Kyle Stone

22-1

0241
RTF

Using propensity scores to evaluate the long-term effect of work-related training on wages among middle-aged people in Taiwan
Chueh-An Hsieh

22-2

0026
RTF

The Development and Initial Validation of the Assessment of Human Agency: Utilizing Albert Bandura’s Human Agency Theory
Hyung Joon Yoon

22-3

Symposium 23:

 

0197
RTF

Educating Managers through Computer-Mediated Action Learning: Solving Problems, Developing Leaders, Building Teams, and Transforming Organizations
Sharon Norris

23-1

0217
RA

Training Design with eLearning
Larry Dooley

23-2

0207
RA

When feedback fails: A literature review
Christine Wiggins-Romesburg

23-3

Symposium 24:

 

0158
RTF

Workplace Career Counselors: Who Are They and Why Are They Valued?
Priyanka Doshy, Texas A&M University

24-1

0203
RP

Utilization of Standardized Personality Assessments by Executive Coaches
Rubina F. Malik, University of Georgia

24-2

0210
RTF

Organizational Justice and Predictors of Career Satisfaction: A Conceptual Framework from an Integrative Literature Review
Jeong Rok Oh,  University of Minnesota

24-3

Innovative Session 4

Innovative Sessions Are Not Published or included in the 2012 proceedings file. Conference patrons who attend innovative sessions will receive handouts and materials.

 

0053 IS

Unlocking Fabulosity: What can HRD Learn from Fashion?
Joshua Collins, Florida International University

4

Research Roundtable 3:

 

0198
RR

Human Resource Development for Corporate Social Responsibility and National Development: A Literature Review
Muhammad Burdbar Khan

RR 3-1

0188
RR

Pathways to Organizational Commitment Among Different Groups of Employees Within Organizations
Carissa Semanski

RR 3-2

0243
RR

The Practice-Research Gap in the Use of Workplace Assessments for Selection: A Content Analysis of Top Scholar and Practitioner HR Publications
Whitney Martin, University of Louisville; Ann Herd, University of Louisville; Meera Alagaraja; Brad Shuck

RR 3-3

12 – 1:30 pm

HRDI Editorial Journal Meeting Lunch

12:15 – 1:15 pm

Food N Thought Sessions

Diagnosis System for HRD Maturity Level
Chan Lee, Dong Won Jeon, Young Jun Choi, Hae Sun Park & Bo Young Cheong

Managing Talent Retention in Organizations
Meera Alagaraja

"Face”ing the Music: Metaphors and Symbols about the Meaning of Social Media and Technology in the 21st Century
Wenhao David Huang (Corresponding Organizer)
Jennifer Stanigar, Heeyoung Han, Paul Roberts, Diane Chapman,Rochell R. McWhorter, Elisabeth E. Bennett

Qualitative Inquiry Special Interest Group
J. Kori Whitener Fellows, Barbara Eversole and Se Jin Ho

1:30 – 3:00 pm

Symposium User Key

RTF:

Research & Theory Full Paper

SPF:

Scholar-Practitioner Full Paper

RA:

Research Abstract

RPA:

Research Practice Abstract

RR:

Research Roundtable

IS:

Innovative Session

IRP:

Interactive Poster Session

 

SYMPOSIA 25-32, INNOVATIVE SESSIONS 5-6, RESEARCH ROUNDTABLE 4

Symposium 25:

 

0047
RTF

Structuration Theory’s Relevance to HRD: A Review and Application
Abby Veliquette,  Colorado State University

25-1

0009

Conflict Management Principles for Groups and Teams: Integrating Research and  Practice
Judith A. Kolb, The Pennsylvania State University

25-2

0022
RTF

The Relationship Between Work Engagement and Performance: A Literature Review and Proposed Research Agenda
Woocheol Kim, The Pennsylvania State University

25-3

Symposium 26:

 

0046
RA

Leadership Programs for Women in Higher Education
Susan Madsen

32-1

0174
SPF

Understanding the Value of Education: A Critical Component of a Major Social Change Effort
Susan Madsen

26-2

0150
RP

State-Based Networks for Women: Developing Leadership in Higher Education
Leah Jackson,Baylor University, Waco, Tx, USA

26-3

0200
RP

Developing Women Leaders at the University of Minnesota
Denise Bonebright, University of Minnesota, Minnesota, USA

26-4

0030
RA

Leadership Development for Senior Women in New Zealand Universities: Participant Perspectives and Experiences
Sarah Leberman

26-5

Symposium 27:

 

0058
SPF

Developing Public Sector Leaders to Engage Employees: A Primary Synthesis of the Literature
David Rude

27-1

0065
RA

Preparing Women for Leadership in Faith-Based Higher Education
Karen Longman

27-2

0071
RTF

The impact of an organization’s procedural justice and transformational leadership on employees’ citizenship behaviors in the Korean business context
Ji Hoon Song

27-3

Symposium 28:

 

0148
RTF

A Conceptual Exploration of Trust and Distrust
Sam Adams,  Virginia Tech, Falls Church, VA, USA

28-1

0155
RTF

Tournament theory and HRD or why you are not/will not be at the top
Eric C. Larson, Univ. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA

28-2

0161
RA

Role of HRD in Corporate Socio-Ecological Sustainability Implementation in a Family Run Indian Business
Yogita Abichandani, University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA

28-3

Symposium 29:

 

0061
RTF

The Jingle Jangle of Employee Engagement: Exploring the Nomological Network of an Emerging Construct & Implications for Organizational Learning and Workplace Performance
Brad Shuck

29-1

0072
RTF

The Relationship between Training Outsourcing and Organizational Commitment
Sanghamitra Chaudhuri

29-2

0029
RTF

Construct Development for Systemic Workplace Learning and Performance
Seung Won Yoon

29-3

Symposium 30:

 

0218
RTF

Workplace Learning: Basic Concepts and Foundational Areas
Sunyoung Park

30-1

0248
RTF

The Affect of Training and Development Departments on Individual and Organizational Performance
Mark Hutt

30-3

Symposium 31:

 

105
RTF

The Work Intention Inventory: Initial Evidence of Construct Validity
Kim Nimon

31-1

219
RTF

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

31-2

0007
RTF

Attraction of Foreign Students to Higher Education of Iran:
A cultural Analysis
Kourosh Fathi Vajaargah,  Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran

31-3

Symposium 32:

 

0037
RTF

Managerial Coaching Efficacy in West and East: Two Studies across the U.S. and South Korea
Sewon Kim, SUNY Empire State; Toby Egan,  Texas A&M University

32-1

0056
RTF

Toward a Comparative Strategy for HRD Research
Greg Wang, The University of Texas at Tyler

32-2

0070
SPF

The Cost-Benefit-Analysis Of Nigeria's Cultural Diversity In Human Resources Management (HRM) In The Public Sector
Peter Nwaoma,  Michael Okpara, University Of Agriculture, Umudike, Umuahia, Abia, West Afrcia, Nigeria

32-3

Innovative Session 5

Innovative Sessions Are Not Published or included in the 2012 proceedings file. Conference patrons who attend innovative sessions will receive handouts and materials.

 

0014 IS

Giving Voice to Women of Color Experiences in Work Settings: Implications for HRD: Sponsored by the Cultural Diversity SIG
Chaunda Scott, Chairperson; Marilyn Byrd, Publications, Manager; Angelia Titi Amayah, Member; Johana P. Lopez, Member; Wei Zheng, Member

5

Innovative Session 6

Innovative Sessions Are Not Published or included in the 2012 proceedings file. Conference patrons who attend innovative sessions will receive handouts and materials.

 

0013 IS

Going to the Dark Side: Moving to Academic Administration
Kimberly S. McDonald, Indiana University-Purdue University  Fort Wayne; Kenneth R. Bartlett, University of Minnesota; Paul B. Roberts, University of Texas at Tyler; Karen E. Watkins, The University of Georgia

6

Research Roundtable 4:

 

0178
RR

Self-conscious Emotions in the Workplace
Andrea Shirocky and Jamie Cllahan, Texas A&M University

RR4-2

0252
RR

Critical Feminist Theory and Research in Human Resource Development: Implications for Diversity
Maria Cseh, The George Washington University; Laura Bierema

RR4-3

3:30 – 5:00 pm

SYMPOSIA 33-40, INNOVATIVE SESSION 5, RESEARCH ROUNDTABLE 4

Symposium 33:

 

0107
RA

Organizational Interventions for an Ethical Workplace: Using the Six Boxes TM Model
Hyung Joon  Yoon,  Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, USA

33-1

0139
RTF

An Exploratory Study of the Restorative Benefits of Hiking In Wilderness Solitude and the Relationship to Job Satisfaction
Mark Ellison, Cabarrus College, Charlotte, NC, USA

33-2

0179
RTF

The Moderating Effects of Stereotype Threat on Parental Role Salience and Family-to-Work Conflict
Tomika  Greer, University of Houston, Houston, TX, USA

33-3

0074

An Exploratory Examination of Ethics and Learning in Organization: Implication for HRD
Kate Guerdat and Tim Hatcher, North Carolina State University

 

Symposium 34:

 

0167
RTF

Reframing Human Resource Development for a Complex World
Suzanne Armatas Dickson,  Colorado State University

34-1

0182
RTF

A Review and Critique of Foundational Change Theories and Implications for the Modern Workforce
Tabitha Coates,  Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA

34-2

0187
RA

Towards a Theory of Workforce Development Through Human Resource Development
Julia Storberg-Walker, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA

34-3

Symposium 35:

 

0076
RTF

Studying Executives: Tools for Gaining Access
Margaret Glick

35-1

0086
RTF

Models of Leadership Development: A Comparative Analysis and Conceptual Framework
Gail Latta

35-2

0092
RTF

The Emerging Leader: Towards a Model of Leader Identity Development
Douglas Muir

35-3

Symposium 36:

 

0031
SP

Generation Y and Tacit Knowledge
Katherine Gonzalez

36-1

0042
RTF

Transfer of Learning from Managerial Harassment-Free Workplace Training To the Job
Marijke Kehrhahn

36-2

0043
RTF

Organizational Social Capital Formation through an HRD Intervention: An Exploratory Study of Structural, Relational, and Reflective Aspects in Social Networks Formed during a Corporate Leadership Development Conference
Yoshie Tomozumi Nakamura

36-3

Symposium 37:

 

0212
SPF

Developing and Delivering an Online Professional Certificate in Training & Development
Larry Dooley

37-1

0225
RA

Facilitating Transition from Higher Education to the Workforce: A Literature Review of ePortfolios as Virtual Human Resource Development
Rochell McWhorter

37-2

0228
RA

Eportfolios as Virtual HRD: A Review of Literature and Analysis of a Tool in a Graduate Medical Education Program
Elisabeth Bennett

37-3

Symposium 38:

 

0201
RTF

Establishing an Au Courant 21st Century Definition of HRD Based Upon Five Identifiable Practitioner and Scholar Competencies
Vanessa Ann, Texas A&M University

38-1

0229
RA

Affective Organizational Commitment - A Grounded Theory Study
Michael Kroth,  University of Idaho

38-2

0227
RTF

An Elucidatory Addition to the field of HRD: A Hierarchical Competency Model Based on the Au Courant 21st Definition of HRD
Amanda Nicole Boyd, Texas A&M University

38-3

Symposium 39:

 

0101
RA

Linking Managers’ Self-Awareness to Advancement Potential: Exploring a Model of Self-Other Agreement
Louis Quast

39-1

0193
RTF

The Relationships Among Organizational Service Orientation, Customer Service Training, and Employee Engagement
Karen Johnson

39-2

0246
RTF

Organizational Diversity, Commitment and Creativity: Are They Related?
Mariya Gavrilova Aguilar

39-3

Symposium 40:

 

0232
RA

Exploring linkages between organizational alignment and employee engagement
Meera Alagaraja, University of Louisville

40-1

0234
RTF

Building a Systematic Model of Employee Engagement: The Implications to Research in Human Resource Development
Woocheol Kim, Oklahoma State University

40-2

0221
RTF

The Co-evolution of Human Resource Development and Sustainability
Ellen Scully-Russ, The George Washington University

40-3

Innovative Session 7

 

0034 IS

Sculpting Psycho-social Space with Forms and Formlessness: A Storytelling Event
Jo A. Tyler, Penn State University – Harrisburg

7

Innovative Session 8

Innovative Sessions Are Not Published or included in the 2012 proceedings file. Conference patrons who attend innovative sessions will receive handouts and materials.

 

0033 IS

Teaching Team Leadership: Experiential Activities for Educators and Trainers: Sponsored by the Leadership Special Interest Group (SIG)
Susan Madsen and Jessica Burnham, Utah Valley University; Katherine A. Tunheim, Gustavus Adolphus College;

8

Research Roundtable 5:

 

0175
RR

Student Perceptions of a Virtual Learning Environment for Nanotechnology Safety Training
Krystle A. Lindhjem and Rochell R. McWhorter, The University of Texas at Tyler

RR 5-1

0176
RR

Group Decision-making and its Powerful Role in Corporate Governance
Rochell McWhorter

RR 5-2

5:00 – 6:00 pm

Asia Chapter Meeting

5:15 – 6:15 pm

Awards Presentation

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