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|Elwood F. Holton, III Research Excellence Award|
The Elwood F. Holton III Research Excellence Award, named for the first editor of HRDR, is awarded for the outstanding Development Review refereed article in each annual volume.
This is a Journal-sponsored award. Please contact the Chairs for more information.
Each committee member will nominate 2 or 3 of all the refereed articles printed in the volume (4 issues) for the award. They will then rate each of the nominated articles using specific criteria under the categories above. The highest rated article will receive the award.
Skunked: An Integrative Review Exploring the Consequences of the Dysfunctional Leader and Implications for Those Employees Who Work For Them, HRDR 2015 Volume 14, Issue 1, pp. 64-90:
Extending theory on job stress: The interaction between the “Other 3 and Big 5” Personality Traits on Job Stress” Human Resource Development Review, 13(1), 79-101
The Jingle Jangle of Employee Engagement: Further Exploration of the Emerging Construct and Implications for Workplace Learning and Performance", HRDR, Volume 12
Reverse Mentoring: A Social Exchange Tool for Keeping the Boomers Engaged and the Millennials Committed
The role of reflective practices in building social capital in organizations from an HRD perspective
Outstanding Reviewer of the Year Award
Beyond Self-Interest: Integrating Social Responsibility and Supply Chain Management with Human Resource Development.
How Groups Learn: The Role of Communication Patterns, Cue Recognition, Context Facility, and Cultural Intelligence
Toward the Employability-Link Model: Current Employment Transition to Future Employment Perspectives
Resurrecting the Motivation-Hygiene Theory: Herzberg and the Positive Psychology Movement
Social Network Analysis in Human Resource Development – A New Methodology
The Structure and Function of Attitudes Toward Organizational Change
Toward a Political Economy Model for Comparative Analysis of the Role of Strategic Human Resource Development Leadership
Toward a Holistic Theory of Knowledge and Adult Learning
The Concept of Culture in International Comparative HRD Research: Methodological Problems and Possible Solutions