Human Resource Development Quarterly
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Top-Cited articles published in Human Resource Development Quarterly:
The Relationship Between Organizational Transfer Climate and Positive Transfer of Training
Rouiller, J.Z. and Goldstein, I.L.
The Flawed Four-Level Evaluation Model
Holton III, E.F.
The Relationship Between the Learning Organization Concept and Firms' Financial Performance: An Empirical Assessment
Ellinger, A.D., Ellinger, A.E., Yang, B, and Howton, S.W.
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2012 Richard A. Swanson Research Excellence Award Announced
Begun in 1995, the Richard A. Swanson Research Excellence Award is awarded each year by the Academy of Human Resource Development for the outstanding manuscript in each volume of Human Resource Development Quarterly. Award criteria include new knowledge contribution to the field of human resource development; theoretical and/or practical importance of the problem; appropriateness of approach and/or methods used; the extent to which results justify conclusions; and quality of reporting.
Top Accessed Articles of 2012
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- Meta-analysis of the impact of positive psychological capital on employee attitudes, behaviors, and performance
- Influence of trainee characteristics, instructional satisfaction, and organizational climate on perceived learning and training transfer
- The effects of organizational learning culture and job satisfaction on motivation to transfer learning and turnover intention
- Role of transformational leadership in effective organizational knowledge creation practices: Mediating effects of employees' work engagement
- Managing workplace incivility: The role of conflict management styles "antecedent or antidote?"
- The older-worker-younger-supervisor dyad: A test of the Reverse Pygmalion effect
- The effectiveness of managerial leadership development programs: A meta-analysis of studies from 1982 to 2001
- Theories supporting transfer of training
- The coach-coachee relationship in executive coaching: A field study
- The relationship between training and organizational commitment: A study in the health care field
2011 NML Editors' Prize for Best Scholarly Paper
Jossey-Bass, An Imprint of Wiley, The Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations and the editors of Nonprofit Management and Leadership congratulate Scott T. Helm, University of Missouri – Kansas City and Fredrik O. Andersson, University of Missouri – Kansas City, recipients of the Editors' Prize for Best Scholarly Paper.
Their award-winning paper "Beyond Taxonomy: An Empirical Validation of Social Entrepreneurship in the Nonprofit Sector" was published in Nonprofit Management and Leadership, Volume 20, Number 3, 2010.