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|Monica M. Lee Research Excellence Award|
The Monica M. Lee Research Excellence Award, named for the first editor ofHuman Resource Development International, is awarded for the outstanding article in each annual volume of the journal.
This is a Journal-sponsored award. Contact the Chair for more information.
Chair: (HRDI Editor) Carole Elliott
Award Decisions to the Office: All awards winners are due back to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday – January 8, 2018 at 5:00pm Eastern time.
Each committee member will nominate 2 or 3 of all the articles, refereed and nonrefereed, printed in the volume (5 issues) for the award. Each will then rate the nominated articles using specific criteria under each of the above categories. The highest ranked article will receive the award.
This will be awarded at the 2018 Conference in the Americas.
Team creativity versus team learning: Transcending conceptual boundaries to inspire future framework building. HRDI, Vol. 19 (1)
Connection, value, and growth: how employees with different national identities experience a geocentric organizational culture of a global corporation, HRDI, Vol. 18, No. 1: 39-57
HRD research and design science: recasting interventions as artefacts, Issue 17(2), HRDI
1st Runner Up
Exploring excellence in leadership perceptions amongst South African managers, Issue 17(1), HRDI
2nd Runner Up
Exploring the relationship between discourse and a practice perspective on HRD in a virtual environment, Issue 17(2), HRDI
2013 (Volume 17)
Mobilizing organizational alignment through strategic human resource development, Human Resource Development International, 16:1, 74-93.
2012 (Volume 16)
2011 (Volume 15)
HRD and Sustainability: Beyond Sustainable Organizations
2010 (Volume 14)
Criteria for assessing theory in human resource development from an interpretive perspective
2009 (Volume 13)
All work and no play? Work centrality and role stress of mid-level managers in the United States, Brazil, and Korea
2008 (Volume 12)
Desperately seeking alignment: Reflections of senior line managers and HRD executives
2007 (Volume 11)
Human Resource Development Practice: The Paradox of Empowerment and Individualization
2006 (Volume 10)
Creating leaders or loyalists: Conflicting identities in a leadership development programme
2005 (Volume 9)
Developing Emotional Intelligence through Workplace Learning
2004 (Volume 8)
Researching the Trainability of Transformational Organizational Leadership
2003 (Volume 7)
Training in Spain: an evaluation of the continuous training agreements (1993-2001) with particular reference to SMEs
2002 (Volume 6)
Constructing Socially Situated Learning Experiences in Human Resource Development:An Activity Theory Perspective
2001 (Volume 5)
Across The Great Divide: HRD, Technology Translation, and Knowledge Migration In Bridging The Knowledge Gap Between SMEs and Universities
2000 (Volume 4)
A Refusal to Define HRD
2001 (Volume 3)
Analysing metaphor in human resource development
2000 (Volume 2)
Emotional Labor in Corporate Change Programs
1999 (Volume 1)
The Influence of Leadership Styles on Subordinates' Attitudes towards Their Leaders and towards Performance: A Comparison of US and German Manufacturing Employees