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Awards for Excellence - 2008

Outstanding Papers - HR, Learning & Organization Studies


Award journal index



Development and Learning in Organizations: An International Journal

Winner

Volume 21 number 1
Dialogue at work? What it is and isn't
R. Michael Bokeno

Highly commended

Volume 21 number 3
Developing local talent in international subsidiaries: the importance of trust and respect in Toyota
Phallapa Petison, Lalit M. Johri

Volume 21 number 5
Making organizational change stick: leadership reality checks
Clinton O. Longenecker, Melissa L. Rieman

Volume 21 number 4
Lifelong learning: reflections of a junior doctor
Michael A. Williams


Employee Relations: The International Journal

Winner

Volume 29 number 3
An analysis of the role of European works councils in British workplaces
David Redfern

Highly commended

Volume 29 number 5
Building high performance employment relationships in small firms
Carol Atkinson

Volume 29 number 3
Reorganising UNISON within the NHS
Simon de Turberville

Volume 29 number 1
Psychological contract assessment after a major organizational change: The case of mergers and acquisitions
Victoria Bellou


Equal Opportunities International

Winner

Volume 26 number 8
Social positioning of equal opportunity actors in Austria
Manfred Auer, Heike Welte

Highly commended

Volume 26 number 6
Can training remove the glue from the "sticky floor" of low-paid work for women?
Helen Rainbird

Volume 26 number 1
Equality and diversity actors: a challenge to traditional industrial relations?
G. Healy, F. Oikelome

Volume 26 number 3
Mentoring minority graduate students: issues and strategies for institutions, faculty, and students
Kecia M. Thomas, Leigh A. Willis, Jimmy Davis

Outstanding reviewer

Glenice Joy Wood, University of Ballarat, School of Business, Australia


Industrial and Commercial Training

Winner

Volume 39 number 2
Manage your boss
Jo Owen

Highly commended

Volume 39 number 1
The future of leadership: where do we go from here?
André Martin

Volume 39 number 4
Grand designs for e‐learning – can e‐learning make the grade for our biggest corporates?
Lars Unneberg

Volume 39 number 7
The influence of culture on international business negotiations
Brian J. Hurn


International Journal of Conflict Management

Winner

Volume 18 number 4
It could be worse: A study on the alleviating roles of trust and connectedness in intragroup conflicts
Sonja Rispens, Lindred L. Greer, Karen A. Jehn

Highly commended

Volume 18 number 3
The dynamic interaction of context and negotiator effects: A review and commentary on current and emerging areas in negotiation
Min Li, Leigh Plunkett Tost, Kimberly Wade-Benzoni

Volume 18 number 1
Restorative justice: not "rights", but the right way to heal relationships at work
Deborah L. Kidder

Volume 18 number 1
Antecedents and management of conflict: Resolution styles of Chinese top managers in multiple rounds of cognitive and affective conflict
Guofeng Wang, Runtian Jing, Andreas Klossek

Outstanding reviewer

Dean Tjosvold, Lingnan University, Hong Kong


Journal of European Industrial Training

Winner

Volume 31 number 7
Work-family conflict: An exploration of the differential effects of a dependent child's age on working parents
Colette Darcy, Alma McCarthy

Highly commended

Volume 31 number 5
Structural issues and knowledge management in transnational education partnerships
John S. Walton, Gisèle Guarisco

Volume 31 number 2
Effective organizational vision: implications for human resource development
Rex D. Foster, Mesut Akdere

Volume 31 number 8
Professional competence enhancement via postgraduate post-experience learning and development
Geoffrey Chivers

Outstanding reviewer

Roland Kok-Kheng Yeo, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Saudi Arabia


Journal of Intellectual Capital

Winner

Volume 8 number 1
The importance of intellectual capital reporting: evidence and implications
Roland Burgman, G

Highly commended

Volume 8 number 2
Intellectual capital disclosure and price-sensitive Australian Stock Exchange announcements
John C. Dumay, John A. Tull

Volume 8 number 3
An evidence-based taxonomy of intellectual capital
Ching Choo Huang, Robert Luther, Michael Tayles


Journal of Knowledge Management

Winner

Volume 11 number 5
Effective societal knowledge management
Karl M. Wiig

Highly commended

Volume 11 number 5
Knowledge effectiveness, social context and innovation
Dimitris Brachos, Konstantinos Kostopoulos, Klas Eric Soderquist, Gregory Prastacos

Volume 11 number 6
Do we know what really drives KM performance?
Sung-Ho Yu, Young-Gul Kim, Min-Yong Kim


Journal of Management Development

Winner

Volume 26 number 1
An analysis of the environment and competitive dynamics of management education
Howard Thomas

Highly commended

Volume 26 number 1
The changing business model of B-schools
Santiago Iñiguez de Onzoño, Salvador Carmona

Volume 26 number 3
Integrating leadership development and succession planning best practices
Kevin S. Groves

Volume 26 number 1
Challenges facing business schools in the future
Eric Cornuel

Outstanding reviewer

Mr Stephen Macaulay, Cranfield School of Management, UK


Journal of Managerial Psychology

Winner

Volume 22 number 2
Attracting for values: an empirical study of ASA's attraction proposition
Jon Billsberry

Highly commended

Volume 22 number 2
When person-organization (mis)fit and (dis)satisfaction lead to turnover: The moderating role of perceived job mobility
Anthony R. Wheeler, Vickie Coleman Gallagher, Robyn L. Brouer, Chris J. Sablynski

Volume 22 number 2
Using assessment centre performance to predict subjective person-organisation (P-O) fit: A longitudinal study of graduates
Thomas N. Garavan

Outstanding reviewers

Don Munro, University of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Rudolph Sanchez, Craig School of Busienss, Califor


Journal of Organizational Change Management

Winner

Volume 20 number 3
Post bureaucracy and the politics of forgetting: The management of change at the BBC, 1991-2002
Martin Harris, Victoria Wegg-Prosser

Highly commended

Volume 20 number 2
Reactions to the glass cliff: Gender differences in the explanations for the precariousness of women's leadership positions
Michelle K. Ryan, S. Alexander Haslam, Tom Postmes

Volume 20 number 2
Women managers' careers in information technology in China: high flyers with emotional costs?
Iiris Aaltio, Jiehua Huang

Volume 20 number 1
Be(com)ing normal – not excellent: Service management, the gap‐model and disciplinary power
Per Skålén, Martin Fougère


Journal of Workplace Learning

Winner

Volume 19 number 1
Competence development of entrepreneurs in innovative horticulture
Martin Mulder, Thomas Lans, Jos Verstegen, Harm Biemans, Ypie Meijer

Highly commended

Volume 19 number 2
Canadian accountants: examining workplace learning
Elizabeth Hicks, Robert Bagg, Wendy Doyle, Jeffrey D. Young

Volume 19 number 5
Factors associated with transfer of training in workplace e-learning
Ji-Hye Park, Tim Wentling

Volume 19 number 7
Employee perceptions of their workplaces as learning environments
Alan Coetzer


Leadership & Organization Development Journal

Winner

Volume 28 number 7
Is personality associated with perceptions of LMX? An empirical study
Jeremy B. Bernerth, Achilles A. Armenakis, Hubert S. Feild, William F. Giles, H. Jack Walker

Highly commended

Volume 28 number 4
The complexity of the organizational renewal decision: the management role
Valle Santos, Teresa García

Volume 28 number 1
The relationship between leadership and follower in-role performance and satisfaction with the leader: The mediating effects of empowerment and trust in the leader
Timothy Bartram, Gian Casimir

Volume 28 number 6
Swearing at work and permissive leadership culture: When anti-social becomes social and incivility is acceptable
Yehuda Baruch, Stuart Jenkins


Leadership in Health Services

Winner

Volume 20 number 1
Lean as a learning system in a hospital ward
Michael Ball

Highly commended

Volume 20 number 4
Can Six Sigma be the "cure" for our "ailing" NHS?
Jiju Antony, Kay Downey-Ennis, Frenie Antony, Chris Seow

Outstanding reviewers

Michael Goodyear, Dalhousie University/QEII Health Sciences Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Irene Scott, Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trus


Management Research News

Winner

Volume 30 number 7
Intangible project management assets as determinants of competitive advantage
Gita Mathur, Kam Jugdev, Tak Shing Fung

Highly commended

Volume 30 number 10
Work satisfaction, organizational commitment and withdrawal behaviours
Karin Falkenburg, Birgit Schyns

Volume 30 number 3
How do measurement objectives influence the R&D performance measurement system design? Evidence from a multiple case study
Vittorio Chiesa, Federico Frattini, Valentina Lazzarotti, Raffaella Manzini

Volume 30 number 9
Drivers of corporate disclosure: a structural equation analysis in a Central European setting
Michael Gr

Outstanding reviewer

John Okpara, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, USA


Personnel Review

Winner

Volume 36 number 3
Conceptualising the "personnel professional": A critical analysis of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development's professional qualification scheme
Sarah Gilmore, Steve Williams

Highly commended

Volume 36 number 3
Do applicants fake? An examination of the frequency of applicant faking behavior
Richard L. Griffith, Tom Chmielowski, Yukiko Yoshita

Volume 36 number 2
Human resource management in the North American automotive industry: A meta-analytic review
Anthea Zacharatos, M. Sandy Hershcovis, Nick Turner, Julian Barling

Volume 36 number 5
An investigation into pay communication: is ignorance bliss?
Nancy E. Day

Outstanding reviewer

Paul Boselie, University of Tilburg, the Netherlands


Team Performance Management: An International Journal

Winner

Volume 13 number 5&6
Gender composition of teams: effects of competition
Charlene K. Stokes, Debra Steele-Johnson, Anupama Narayan

Highly commended

Volume 13 number 1&2
An empirical analysis of the relationship between adult attention deficit and efficacy for working in teams
Graeme H. Coetzer, Lynn Richmond

Volume 13 number 3&4
Identifying antecedents of virtual team collaboration
Linda M. Peters, Charles C. Manz

Outstanding reviewers

Pete Thomond, Queensland University of Technology Brisbane, Australia
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The Learning Organization: An International Journal

Winner

Volume 14 number 3
Intellectual capital and corporate performance in knowledge-intensive SMEs
Sandra Cohen, Nikolaos Kaimenakis

Highly commended

Volume 14 number 3
Discovering and articulating what is not yet known: Using action learning and grounded theory as a knowledge management strategy
David J. Pauleen, Brian Corbitt, Pak Yoong

Volume 14 number 2
Knowledge management model: practical application for competency development
Denise Lustri, Irene Miura, S

Volume 14 number 3
Evaluation of participants' contributions in knowledge creation based on semantic authoring
Naoki Kamimaeda, Noriaki Izumi, K

Volume 14 number 2
Leading with relationships: a small firm example
Sara B. Marcketti, Joy M. Kozar


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