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2012 AHRD Conference - Thursday Schedule at a Glance

AHRD 2012 International Research Conference in The Americas

Conference At-a-Glance: Thursday, March 1

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

Thursday, March 1, 2012

7:00 am – 5:00 pm

Registration Desk Open

7:30 am – Noon

PEN Meeting

8:00 am – 1:00 pm

Pre-Conference Session

8:00 am – 1:00 pm

Emerging Research Pre-Conference

12:30 – 2:00 pm

Journal Meeting Lunches:

 

  • ADHR
  • HRDI Managerial
  • HRDQ

2:15 – 2:45 pm

Welcome & Opening Remarks

3:00 – 4:30 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 1-8, INNOVATIVE SESSIONS 1-2, RESEARCH ROUNDTABLE 1

Symposium 1:

 

0040
RA

Harvesting the Power of Informal Learning in Corporate Contexts- Do not Forget it When Designing the Company’s Training Strategy
Rosario Cacao, University of Coimbra

1-1

0049
RTF

A Model of Retention for Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs)
Darlene Russ-Eft, Oregon State University

1-2

0131
RTF

Exploring the Arts of Crafting and Delivering Scenarios
Thomas Chermack, Colorado State University

1-3

Symposium 2:

 

0011
RTF

Development and Validation of the Ethical Business Culture Construct and Survey Instrument
Douglas Jondle, University of St. Thomas; Alexandre Ardichvili, University of Minnesota; James Mitchell, University of St. Thomas

2-1

0016
RTF

A Case Study of Action Learning for Organization Development in South Korea
Yonjo Cho, Indiana University; Hyeon-Cheol Bong, Chonbuk National University, South Korea

2-2

0019
RTF

Team Performance Improvement and Learning Organization Culture in the Korean Business Context: The Mediating Effect of Employee Engagement
In Gu Kang, Oklahoma State University

2-3

Symposium 3:

 

0017
RTF

Problems of Exclusion: Transgender Identity and Human Resource Development
Mary Katherine Mathis,Texas A&M University

3-1

0051
RTF

Women employed in  male-dominated industries: Lessons learned from female aircraft pilots, pilots-in-training and mixed-gender flight instructors
Marie-Line Germain, Western Carolina University

3-2

0194
RTF

Rethinking Human Resources Development (HRD): Issues of Race, Gender, and Culture of Latino/Hispanic Women in HRD Discourse
Johana Lopez, Purdue University; Penny Hamilton, Volunteer Director, Teaching Women to Fly Research Project

3-3

Symposium 4:

 

0003
RTF

Journal- A Humanist Approach to Understanding the Migration of Filipino Nurses to the United States
Benjamin Yumol, Claflin University, Orangeburg, sc, United States Minor Outlying Islands

4-1

0005
SPF

Charismatic Leadership in a Chaotic Marketplace
Edie Williams

4-2

0010
RTF

Deducing a Universal Taxonomy of Perceived Managerial and Leadership Effectiveness
Robert Hamlin

4-3

Symposium 5:

 

0059
RA

Positive Psychology: An Overview and Discussion of Its Impact on Human Resource Development
Denise Bonebright, University of Minnesota

5-1

0073
RTF

Characteristic Changes and Perceived Importance of Curricular Content of Graduate HRD Programs in the United States
Doo Hun Lim, University of Oklahoma

5-2

0142
RTF

Teams and Change: The Missing Pieces Needed To Propose a Multi-Level and Multi-Paradigmatic HRD Perspective
Kara Sonsky, Barry University

5-3

Symposium 6:

 

0135
RTF (0136)

Development of the Adult Vertical Transfer Student Experiences Questionnaire (AVTSEQ)
Jeremy Schwehm, University of Georgia

6-1

0140
RP

Making of a Vision Driven Company- OIL's Journey
Pranati Goswami

6-2

0151
RTF

Organizational Readiness for Scenario Planning
Felix Weitzman

6-3

Symposium 7:

 

0170
RA

Leadership Development Training and its impact on Emotional Intelligence Skills
Fredrick  Nafukho, Texas A&M University

7-1

0171
SPF

Successful Beginnings
Jean McAtavey, Barry University

7-2

0184
RT

The Applicability of the Service Profit Chain in Education
Donnell Bayot

7-3

Symposium 8:

 

0021
RTF

Virtual Learning in the Workforce: Building a Roadmap for Organizational Impact
Erastus Ndinguri

8-1

0048
RP

"You Had Me at Hello”: Onboarding Virtual Employees
Tekeisha Zimmerman

8-2

0079
RTF

The Effects of Virtualness and Diversity on Global Virtual Teams: Collaboration Technology for Facilitating Global Virtual Team Proces
Sujin Horwitz

8-3

Innovative Sessions 1-2

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

 

0069 IS

Creating an Inclusive Culture for Distance Education Students
Vanessa Ann Claus and Larry M. Dooley, Texas A&M University

1

0057 IS

Dispelling Common Myths about Quantitative Research and Advancing Best Practices: Sponsored by the Quantitative Research Methods SIG
Kim Nimon, University of North Texas; Thomas G. Reio, Jr., Florida International University; Brad Shuck, Louisville University; Mariya Gavrilova Aguilar, University of North Texas; David B. Szabala Northeastern University; Joshua Hawley, The Ohio State University; Gertrude I. Hewapathirana, Suffolk University

2

Research Roundtable 1:

 

0102
RR

Organizational Culture and Derailment
Shari Peterson

RR 1-1

0251
RR

Resistance to Organizational Change: The Role of Organizational Commitment and Proactive Behavior
Nai-Fen Su

RR 1-2

0149
RR

The Utilization of Workplace Technology by Human Resource Professionals
Kristopher Thomas

RR 1-3

5:00 – 6:00 pm

Reception & Poster Sessions & Authors

6:00 – 7:30 pm

Panel Discussion with Leading Scholars

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