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Awards for Excellence - 2011

Outstanding Papers - HR, Learning & Organization Studies


Award journal index



Development and Learning in Organizations

Winner

Volume 24 number 1
Building bridges for change: how leaders enable collective change in organizations
Daniel Gray Wilson

Highly commended

Volume 24 number 1
A talent development framework: tackling the puzzle
Mark E. Haskins and George R. Shaffer

Volume 24 number 2
Awakened leaders: who are they and why do we need them?
Joan F. Marques

Volume 24 number 5
Designing leadership development initiatives: clarifying the why, who, what, how and when
Shaun Killian

Outstanding reviewer

Dr Roland K Yeo


Employee Relations

Winner

Volume 32 number 2
Improving women's representation in senior positions in universities
Liz Doherty and Simonetta Manfredi

Highly commended

Volume 32 number 1
The changing nature of the traditional expatriate psychological contract
Judy Pate and Hugh Scullion

Volume 32 number 2
The exit coping response to workplace bullying: The contribution of inclusivist and exclusivist HRM strategies
Premilla D'Cruz and Ernesto Noronha

Volume 32 number 4
Stereotyping of citizens in an expatriate-dominated labour market: Implications for workforce localisation policy
Mohammed Al-Waqfi and Ingo Forstenlechner


Gender in Management

Winner

Volume 25 number 7
Gender and risk: women, risk taking and risk aversion
Sylvia Maxfield, Mary Shapiro, Vipin Gupta and Susan Hass

Highly commended

Volume 25 number 4
Gender role stereotypes and requisite management characteristics: The case of South Africa
Lize A.E. Booysen and Stella M. Nkomo

Volume 25 number 1
Is gender inclusivity an answer to ethical issues in business? An Indian stance
Suveera Gill

Outstanding reviewers

Dr Dima Jamali
Professor Norma Carr-Ruffino


Industrial and Commercial Training

Winner

Volume 42 number 6
A new paradigm of leadership development
Tim Casserley and Bill Critchley

Highly commended

Volume 42 number 3
Leading through problems: recognizing the potential of getting their hands dirty
Roland K. Yeo

Volume 42 number 4
Corporate social responsibility: a strategic issue or a wasteful distraction
Charles Holme

Volume 42 number 7
Volunteering and the evolution to community action learning
Julie Perigo


International Journal of Conflict Management

Winner

Volume 21 number 4
Using power to affect performance in China: Effects of employee achievement and social context
Dean Tjosvold and Haifa Sun

Highly commended

Volume 21 number 2
A re-evaluation of conflict theory for the management of multiple, simultaneous conflict episodes
James Speakman and Lynette Ryals

Volume 21 number 4
The role of face in the decision not to negotiate
Edward W. Miles

Volume 21 number 3
Negotiated capital: conflict, its resolution, and workplace social capital
Ariel C. Avgar

Outstanding reviewers

Professor Dean Tjosvold
Dr Gerben van Kleef


International Journal of Organizational Analysis

Winner

Volume 18 number 4
Critical management studies and “mainstream” organization science: A proposal for a rapprochement
Max Visser

Highly commended

Volume 18 number 3
Towards new organizational forms
Maria J. Sanchez-Bueno and Isabel Suarez-Gonzalez


International Journal of Workplace Health Management

Winner

Volume 3 number 2
Long-term return on investment of an employee health enhancement program at a Midwest utility company from 1999 to 2007
Louis Yen, Alyssa B. Schultz, Cindy Schaefer, Susan Bloomberg and Dee W. Edington


Journal of Chinese Human Resource Management

Winner

Volume 1 number 2
Cultural differences and measurement invariance of selection tools: A case of examining Chinese NEO PI-R conscientiousness scale
Guangrong Dai, Kyunghee Han, Huiqin Hu and Stephen M. Colarelli

Highly commended

Volume 1 number 1
Business managers' work value changes through down economies
Jan Selmer and Romie Littrell

Outstanding reviewer

Professor Qinxuan Gu


Journal of European Industrial Training

Winner

Volume 34 number 7
Models, definitions, and outcome variables of action learning: A synthesis with implications for HRD
Everon C. Chenhall and Thomas J. Chermack

Highly commended

Volume 34 number 6
The relationship between diversity training, organizational commitment, and career satisfaction
Margaret Yap, Mark Robert Holmes, Charity-Ann Hannan and Wendy Cukier

Volume 34 number 3
The moderating role of cultural similarity in leadership training effectiveness
Qiumei Jane Xu and Jianfeng Jiang

Volume 34 number 7
UK managers' conceptions of employee training and development
Almuth McDowall and Mark N.K. Saunders

Outstanding reviewers

Professor Bogdan Yamkovenko
Dr Yonjoo Cho


Journal of Intellectual Capital

Winner

Volume 11 number 1
Analysing value added as an indicator of intellectual capital and its consequences on company performance
Daniel Zéghal and Anis Masool

Highly commended

Volume 11 number 2
Innovation processes in social enterprises: an IC perspective
Eric Kong

Volume 11 number 3
Intellectual capital in service- and product-oriented companies
Aino Kianto, Pia Hurmelinna-Laukkanen and Paavo Ritala

Outstanding reviewer

Professor Richard Petty


Journal of Knowledge Management

Winner

Volume 14 number 2
Shaping knowledge management: organization and national culture
Rémy Magnier-Watanabe and Dai Senoo

Highly commended

Volume 14 number 1
Optimal knowledge transfer methods: a Generation X perspective
Debby McNichols

Volume 14 number 4
Learning expert thinking processes: using KM to structure the development of expertise
Christine van Winkelen and Richard McDermott

Volume 14 number 5
External knowledge acquisition processes in knowledge-intensive clusters
Pedro López-Saéz, José Emilio Navas-López, Gregorio Martín-de-Castro and Jorge Cruz-González

Outstanding reviewer

Dr Sudhanshu Rai


Journal of Management Development

Winner

Volume 29 number 5
Increasing transformational leadership through enhancing self-efficacy
Susan Fitzgerald and Nicola S. Schutte

Highly commended

Volume 29 number 9
The traps that keep women from reaching the top and how to avoid them
Paul Vanderbroeck

Volume 29 number 7 and 8
Practical wisdom for turbulent times: exegesis beyond historical and canonical concerns
Gilbert Lenssen

Volume 29 number 1
The dynamics of mindfulness in managing emotions and stress
Andrew Hede

Outstanding reviewer

Dr John Okpara


Journal of Managerial Psychology

Winner

Volume 25 number 3
Perceptions of politics and fairness in merit pay
Aino Salimäki and Sini Jämsén

Highly commended

Volume 25 number 5
The multicultural workplace: interactive acculturation and intergroup relations
Wido G.M. Oerlemans and Maria C.W. Peeters

Volume 25 number 2
The effects of foreign accents on employment-related decisions
Megumi Hosoda and Eugene Stone-Romero

Outstanding reviewers

Professor Diana L Deadrick
Dr Gayle Baugh


Journal of Organizational Change Management

Winner

Volume 23 number 3
Organizing reflexivity in designed change: the ethnoventionist approach
Alfons van Marrewijk, Marcel Veenswijk and Stewart Clegg

Highly commended

Volume 23 number 6
The fantasy of the organizational One: Postdemocracy, organizational transformation and the (im)possibility of politics
Timon Beyes and Christina Volkmann

Volume 23 number 5
From “taking” network pictures to “making” network pictures: A new metaphorical manifesto for industrial marketing research
Sharon Purchase, Sid Lowe and Nick Ellis


Journal of Workplace Learning

Winner

Volume 22 number 3
Can an opportunity to learn at work reduce stress?: A revisitation of the job demand-control model
Chiara Panari, Dina Guglielmi, Silvia Simbula and Marco Depolo

Highly commended

Volume 22 number 5
Learning gaps in a learning organization: professionals' values versus management values
Karolina Parding and Lena Abrahamsson

Volume 22 number 6
Constructing standards: a study of nurses negotiating with multiple modes of knowledge
Sturle Nes and Anne Moen

Volume 22 number 5
An examination of the mediating role of person-job fit in relations between information literacy and work outcomes
Chung-Kai Li and Chia-Hung Hung

Outstanding reviewer

Dr Seung Youn Chyung


Leadership & Organization Development Journal

Winner

Volume 31 number 6
Career satisfaction, organizational commitment, and turnover intention: The effects of goal orientation, organizational learning culture and developmental feedback
Baek-Kyoo (Brian) Joo and Sunyoung Park

Highly commended

Volume 31 number 1
The impact of executive coaching on self-efficacy related to management soft-skills
Louis Baron and Lucie Morin

Volume 31 number 3
Leadership development: the key to unlocking individual creativity in organizations
Jeffery D. Houghton and Trudy C. DiLiello

Volume 31 number 8
Attributing leadership personality and effectiveness from the leader's face: an exploratory study
Eli Nana, Brad Jackson and Giles St J Burch


Leadership in Health Services

Winner

Volume 23 number 2
Leadership competency for doctors: a framework
John Clark and Kirsten Armit

Highly commended

Volume 23 number 1
How to implement a knowledge management program in hospital-in-the-home units
Juan-Gabriel Cegarra-Navarro and Gabriel Cepeda-Carrión

Volume 23 number 3
The role of organizational culture on practising quality improvement in Jordanian public hospitals
Raed Ismail Ababaneh

Volume 23 number 4
Building a framework for a geriatric acute care model
Marie Boltz, Elizabeth Capezuti and Nina Shabbat

Outstanding reviewers

Mrs Donna R Dinkin
Professor Randolph K Quaye


Personnel Review

Winner

Volume 39 number 2
Horizontal and vertical communication as determinants of professional and organisational identification
Jos Bartels, Oscar Peters, Menno de Jong, Ad Pruyn and Marjolijn van der Molen


Strategic HR Review


Team Performance Management

Winner

Volume 16 number 3 and 4
Global teams: a network analysis
Nicola Berg and Dirk Holtbrügge

Highly commended

Volume 16 number 1 and 2
Effective teamworking: can functional flexibility act as an enhancing factor? An Australian case study
Kym Fraser and Hans-Henrik Hvolby

Volume 16 number 7 and 8
Interactive and collaborative behaviour of software product-development teams
Randhir Reghunath Pushpa and Mary Mathew

Volume 16 number 5 and 6
When Arab-expatriate relations work well: Diversity and discourse in the Gulf Arab workplace
Mark Neal

Outstanding reviewer

Dr M P Ganesh


The Learning Organization


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