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2012 AHRD Conference - Saturday Schedule at a Glance

AHRD 2012 International Research Conference in The Americas

Conference At-a-Glance: Saturday, March 3

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

Saturday, March 3, 2012

7:30 am – 3:00 pm

Registration Desk Open

7:15 – 8:15 am

Food N Thought Sessions

Mobilizing Social Capital in the White Space
Laurie Brummitt, Lisa Smith and Jennifer Stanigar, North Carolina State University

Web 2.0 Technologies and the Changing Paths of HRD Research on Learning
J. Li, W. David Huang & Rose Mary Cordova-Wentling

7:30 - 9:30 am HRDR Editorial Meeting

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 41-48, INNOVATIVE SESSIONS 9-11, ROUNDTABLE 6

Symposium 41:

 

0078
SPF

Emotional Intelligence and Leadership – A Case for Quality Assurance Managers in a Kenyan public university
Laban Ayiro and Fredrick Nafukho, Texas A&M University

41-1

0109
RTF

The Efficacy of Diversity Training as Preparation for Organizational Change: Perceptions of Diversity Trainees at a Large Public Health Department
Catherine Marsh and Meryl Fury, North Park University

41-2

0110
RA

Informal Learning and Complex Problem Solving in a Medical Imaging Workplace
Jennifer Yates and Victoria Marsick, Merritt College

    41-3

Symposium 42:

 

0231
SPF

The Coworking Industry and Contingent Workers: Implications for HRD
Laura Coons, Abby Veliquette, Henry Luckel, Tabitha Coates, Rene Gonzalez, and Brian Gauck, Colorado State University

42-1

0235
RTF

Human Resource Development Practices in an emerging Virtual Human Resource Development World:  The need for Businesses to Become Active Stakeholders in 21st Century K-12 Pedagogy
Jerry Zellars and Bojan Ljubenko, Colorado State University

42-2

0253
RA

Using Virtual 3D Simulations for Management Development
Barbara A.W. Eversole, Indiana State University

42-3

Symposium 43:

 

0088
RA

The Impact of Race on Role Salience, Work-Family Conflict and Working Parent Stereotype Threat in Working Mothers
Tomika Greer, University of Houston;
Toby Egan, Texas A&M University

43-14

0249
RP

Training for Project Management: A Review of the Critical Factors
Marcia Hagen, Jennifer Schultz, Carol Borman Young, and Katryna Johnson, Metropolitan State University

43-2

0052
SPF

The Role of HRD in the Use of Social Media at the Workplace
Marie-Line Germain

43-3

Symposium 44:

 

0239
RTF

Contemporary careers of skilled migrants: The role of national, organizational, and professional cultures
Nisha Manikoth and Maria Cseh, The George Washington University

44-1

0242
SPF

National Human Resource Development in Brazil: Lessons from KoreaTania Kjerfve, Sehoon Kim, Minjung Kim, and Gary McLean, Texas A&M University

44-2

0115
RF

System Induced Voluntary Career Transitions among Chinese Managers:
A Grounded Theory Study
Judy Sun and Greg Wang, The University of Texas at Tyler

44-3

Symposium 45:

 

0004
RTF

The role of demographics on business-to-business sales performace
Michael  Frino, David Kopp, and Lawrence Ross, Barry University

45-1

0189
SPF

An Examination of the Position of Performance Consultant: What is and What could be
Ria  Roy, Randa Fathy, and Ray Haynes,  Indiana University

45-2

0042
RTF

Transfer of Learning from Managerial Harassment-Free Workplace Training To the Job
Mark Myers, Howard County District Junior College
Marijke Kehrhahn, University of Connecticut

45-3

Symposium 46:

 

0126
RTF

A Conceptual Framework: Exploring the dimensions of Learning Organization having the most significant influence on learning transfer
Junhee Kim and Jamie Callahan, Texas A&M University

46-1

0066
RA

The "Practice" of Planned Change
Jeanne L. Koehler and Andrea D. Ellinger, Illinois Wesleyan University

46-2

0122
RP

Strategies and Tactics of HRM and HRD in Innovatively Active Companies
Elena Zavyalova, Sofia Kosheleva, Vera Minina, and Victoria Tsybova,  St.Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia

46-3

Symposium 47:

 

0020
RTF

Citation Network Analysis of ETR&D and Implications for HRD
Yonjoo Cho and Sunyoung Park, Indiana University;
Sung Jun Jo,Utica College;
Susan Suh,Indiana University

47-1

0146
RTF

Review on theoretical relationship between the horizontal and vertical dimensions of individualism and collectivism and conflict management styles
Irena Nikolovska, David Kopp, and Katsiaryna Matusevich, Barry University

47-2

0162
RA

The Study Leaves System in South Korea: Looking through the Lens of Policy Borrowing for National Human Resource Development
Jeong Rok Oh and Sung Jun Jo, University of Minnesota–Twin Cities

47-3

Symposium 48:

 

0098
RA

Contextual Performance Behavior Expectations: Interpersonal Hierarchy Expectation and Target Gender as Interactive Predictors
Heather Kissack and Dan Chiaburu, Texas A&M University

48-1

0089
RTF

Charismatic Leadership, Loyalty to Supervisor and Work Performance in China
Jia Wang and Min Wu, Texas A&M University

48-2

0155
RTF

Tournament theory and HRD or why you are not/will not be at the top
Ross E. Azevedo, University. of Minnesota;
Mesut Akdere, University. of Wisconsin;
Eric C. Larson, University. of Minnesota

48-3

Innovative Session 9

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

 

0143 IS

Instructional Strategies for Fostering Professional Skills with Problem-Based Learning
Jane Ostrander, Truckee Meadows Community College;
Rosemary Closson, University of South Florida

9

Innovative Session 10

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

 

0169 IS

Innovative Approaches to Phenomenological Studies within the Field of HRD: Sponsored by The Qualitative Inquiry Special Interest Group
Mary A. Adeniyi, The George Washington University;
Teresa J. Carter, Virginia Commonwealth University;
J. Kori Whitener Fellows, Texas A & M University;
Robin Grenier, University of Connecticut;
Jia Wang, Texas A & M University

10

Innovative Session 11

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

 

0133 IS

Speed-dating: Scholarly Writing
Thomas G. Reio, Jr.and Tonette S. Rocco, Florida International University;
Linda Hite, Indiana University-Purdue University

11

Research Roundtable 6

 

0012
RR

Human Resource Development Practices in South Korea
Dennis Awen, Northern Illinios University

RR 6-1

0113
RR

Highly Educated, New Foreign Employees' Perceptions of their Acculutration into a Large Korean Company in Korea
Dae Seak Chai and Gary McLean, Texas A&M University

RR 6-2

0192
RR

Does investment in technology lead to the productivity of CTE administrators?
Ashwini  Joshua-Gojer, University of North Texas

RR 6-3

10:30 am – 12 noon

SIG Meetings – 2 sessions, 45 minutes each

12:15 – 1:30 pm

SIG Leadership Meeting

 

Annual Business Meeting

12:15 – 1:15 pm

Food N Thought Sessions

Rethinking Administrative Strategies: A Shift in the Treatment of Adjunct Faculty
Princess Cullum

Eco-HRD: Exploring the Connections Between HRD and the Environment
Mark A. Ellison, Ed.D. Julia Storberg-Walker

1:30 – 3:00 pm

Keynote: Elliott Masie Keynote

3:30 – 5:00 pm

SYMPOSIA 49-58, INNOVATIVE SESSIONS 12&13, ROUNDTABLE 7&8

Symposium 49:

 

0096
RTF

3 C’s Enhancing The Organizational Learning Culture Through Coaching, Commitment, and Communication
Melissa Santos and Andis Tamayo, Barry University

49-1

0118
RA

Trajectories of New Trainers’ Creative Role Identity
Yu-Shu Chen,  National Chung Cheng University, Chia-Yi, Taiwan

49-2

0124
RTF

Creating awareness and effective communication as facilitative executive coaching competencies: Reviewing literature to informal practice and future research
Terrence Maltbia, Columbia University;
Rajashi Ghosh; Drexel University
Victoria Marsick, Columbia University

49-3

Symposium 50:

 

0103
SPF

Beneath the surface: A secondary analysis of the trafficking in persons report country tier placement from 2001 to 2011
Stephanie Mace, Colorado State University,

50-1

0250
RTF

Understanding Crises and Crises Management from an Indian Perspective
Mrudula Anne and Jia Wang, Texas A&M University

50-2

0127
RTF

 Developing Self-Directed Learning Ability Inventory for Employees of HRD Companies in Korea
Min Young Lee, Dae Young Kim, and Eul Kyoo Bae, PSI Consulting, Seoul, Republic of Korea

50-3

Symposium 51:

 

0111
RTF

The Mediating Role of Psychological Capital in Managerial Coaching Behaviors and Employee Performance: A Conceptual Framework
Xuefen Chen and Baiyin Yang, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

51-1

0116
RA

Evaluative Inquiry Concerns: Uncovering Organizational Learning Deficiencies Leading to Employee Barriers in Banking Organizations
Jason Dean and Carroll Graham,  Indiana State University

51-2

0117
RA

 The development and validation of an instrument measuring nurses’ continuing professional development: motives, importance attached, conditions needed, and actual participation
Gerard Brekelmans and Susanne Maassen, University Hospital Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, The Netherlands;
Rob F. Poell, Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands;
Kees van Wijk, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

51-3

Symposium 52:

 

0141
RTF

Intercultural training for business expatriates: Perceptions of Taiwanese expatriates and their companies
Tien-Chen Chien,  Independent Consultant, Atlanta, GA

52-1

0164
SPF

Organizational Leader’s Social Identity: A Basis for Employer-Employee Motivation in Small Organizations in Sri Lanka
Gertrude Hewapathirana, Suffolk University

52-2

0202
RTF

Mobbing in México: Survey application of CISNEROS Inventory at an outsourcing facility in Ensenada Baja California, México
Blanca Garcia, Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Ensenada, B.C. Mexico; Ignacio Mendoza, Universidad La Salle, Mexico, D.F., Mexico;
John Cox, Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Ensenada, B.C. Mexico

52-3

Symposium 53:

 

0130
RA

Training Instructors’ Perceptions of Learning Practices and Culture in Law Enforcement: A Caribbean Context
Yvonne Hunter-Johnson and Rosemary Closson, University of South Florida

53-1

0137
RTF

An Investigation of Organizational Context Factors Affecting Training Transfer Over Time
Mary  Cowman, Waterford Institute of Technology, Waterford, Ireland;
Alma McCarthy, National University of Ireland, Galway,Ireland

53-2

0159
RTF

Issues of Race in Workplace Organizations: Whiteness and the Creation of White Spaces
Alicia Friday, Jennifer Mease, and Mary Alfred, Texas A&M University

53-3

Symposium 54:

 

0168
SPF

Role Efficacy and Quality of Work Life (QWL) as predictors of Organizational Citizenship Behaviour (OCB) and Empathy in Nurses in Mumbai Hospitals
Ashwini  Joshua-Gojer and Deepak Mathew, University of Mumbai, Mumbai, India

54-1

0209
RTF

A Phenomenological Exploration of How Employees with Different National Identities Experience a Geocentric Organizational Culture of a Global Corporation
Maria Plakhotnik,  Florida International University

54-2

0211
RTF

Culture, Family Factors And Expatriate Adjsutment
Hye-Seung (Theresa) Kang and K. Peter Kuchinke, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

54-3

Symposium 55:

 

0154
RA

Assessing learning transfer system factors and transfer of training:
A survey of law enforcement personnel
Holly  Hutchins, University of Houston;
Kim Nimon, University of North Texas;
Ed Holton, Louisiana State University;
Reid Bates, Louisiana State University

55-1

0255
RTF

Information Technology Services in Taiwan: Investigating Connections Augmenting Organizational Learning Readiness
Shyang-Yuh Wang, Chinese Culture University;
Carroll M. Graham, Indiana State University;
Hsiang-Wei Wang, China University of Science and Technology;
Tzu-Yun Ko, Chinese Culture University;
Hwa-Kai Chiu, China University of Science and Technology;
Fredrick M. Nafukho, Texas A&M University;

55-2

0244
RA

Workplace Incivility: Antecedents of Instigator Affect and Potential Implications
Barbara A.W. Eversole and Carroll M. Graham, Indiana State University

55-3

Symposium 56:

 

0087
RA

Collectivism as a moderator of perceived organizational unfairness in diverse workplaces
Sanam  Ghandehari and Robert Yawson, University of Minnesota

56-1

0090
RTF

Theoretical Conceptualization for Developing Global Leaders: Out of Box Thinking from the Theory of Social Constructivism
Pi-Chi Han, University of MIssouri-St. Louis

56-2

0091
RTF

Exploring Global Competence with Managers in India, Japan, and the Netherlands
Gerard Ras and Richard Torraco, Wayne State College

56-3

Symposium 57:

 

0079
RTF

The Effects of Virtualness and Diversity on Global Virtual Teams: Collaboration Technology for Facilitating Global Virtual Team Process
Sujin Horwitz and Cecilia Santillan, University of St.Thomas

56-1

0106 SP

Understanding work-life balance and organizational culture through employee perceptions
Carol T. Miller and Alina M. Waite, Colorado State University

 

0174
SPF

Understanding the Value of Education: A Critical Component of a Major Social Change Effort
Susan Madsen, Cheryl Hanewicz, Nicolle Johnson, and Jessica Burnham, Utah Valley University

 

Symposium 58:

 

0134
RTF

Exploring Franchise Boards:  A Stakeholder Typology
Denise M. Cumberland and  Rod P. Githens, University of Louisville

 

Innovative Session 12

 

0160 IS

Disclosing "Deviance” in the Workplace: LGBT, BDSM, Convicts, and the Disabled
Joshua C. Collins, Carolyn Meeker, Chaundra L. Whitehead, and Tonette S. Rocco, Florida International University

12

Innovative Session 13

 

0033 IS

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

13

Research Roundtable 7

 

0152
RR

Gaining an Understanding of Intercultural competence: A Look at the Theory, Research and Practice
Katie Rosenbusch, Towson University

RR7-1

0240
RR

Mentoring in International Development Organizations: Are All Employees Benefiting?
Jason Heffner and Maria Cseh, The George Washington University

RR7-2

0080
RR

Empathy in Training: Trainees’ Perceptions

Vishal Arghode and Jia Wang, Texas A&M University

RR7-3

Research Roundtable 8

 

0190
RR

Athletic Emotional Intelligence: The New Frontier
Carlos Sepulveda and Larry Dooley,  Texas A&M University

RR8-2

0223
RR

Safety Culture Types, Leadership Styles, and Safety Performance Indicators
Everon C. Chenhall and Alina M. Waite,  Mid-Continent University

RR8-3

6:00 – 7:00 pm

Presidential Reception & AHRD Foundation Silent Auction

7:00 – 9:00 pm

Presidential banquet

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