Summary articles HRD
Summary of almost all papers of HRD.
Burke, L. A., & Hutchins, H. M. (2007). Training transfer: An integrative
literature review. Human Resource Development Review, 6, 263-296.
Weissbein, D. A., Huang, J. L., Ford, J. K., & Schmidt, A. M. (2011) Influencing
learning states to enhance trainee motivation and improve training transfer.
Journal of Business and Psychology, 26, 423-435.
Weisweiler, S., Nikitopoulos, A., Netzel, J., & Frey, D. (2013). Gaining insight to
transfer of training through the lens of social psychology. Educational
Research Review, 8, 14-27.
Tynjälä, P. (2013). Toward a 3-P model of workplace learning: A literature
review. Vocations and Learning, 6, 11–36.
Jeong, S., Han, S. J., Lee, J., Sunalai, S, & Yoon, S. W. (2018). Integrative
literature review on informal learning: Antecedents, conceptualizations, and
future directions. Human Resource Development Review, 17, 128-152.
Poell, R. F., Chivers, G. E., Van Der Krogt, F. J., & Wildemeersch, D. A. (2000).
Learning-network theory: Organizing the dynamic relationships between
learning and work. Management Learning, 31, 25-49.
Poell, R. F., & Van Der Krogt, F. J. (2014). The role of human resource
development in organizational change: Professional development strategies of
employees, managers and HRD practitioners. In S. Billett, C. Harteis, & H.
Gruber (Eds.), International handbook of research in professional and
practice-based learning (pp. 1043-1070). Dordrecht: Springer.
Poell, R. F., Lundgren, H., Bang, A., Justice, S., Marsick, V., Sung, S., & Yorks, L.
(2018). How do employees’ individual learning paths differ across
occupations? A review of 10 years of empirical research. Journal of Workplace
Gallardo-Gallardo, E., Nijs, S., Dries, N., & Gallo, P. (2015). Towards an
understanding of talent management as a phenomenon-driven field using
bibliometric and content analysis. Human Resource Management Review, 25,
Meyers, M. C., & Van Woerkom, M. (2014). The influence of underlying
philosophies on talent management: Theory, implications for practice, and
research agenda. Journal of World Business. 49, 192-203.
De Boeck, G., Meyers, M. C., & Dries, N. (2018). Employee reactions to talent
management: Assumptions versus evidence. Journal of Organizational
Behavior, 39, 199-213.
Černe, M., Batistič, S., & Kenda, R. (2018). HR systems, attachment styles with
leaders, and the creativity–innovation nexus. Human Resource Management
Review, 28, 271-288.
Baer, M. (2012). Putting creativity to work: The implementation of creative ideas
in organizations. Academy of Management Journal, 55, 1102-1119.
Anderson, N., Potočnik, K., & Zhou, J. (2014). Innovation and creativity in
organizations: A state-of-the-science review, prospective commentary, and
guiding framework. Journal of Management, 40, 1297-1333.
Stewart, S. (2015). Strategic HRD. In R. F. Poell, T. S. Rocco, & G. Roth (Eds.),
The Routledge companion to human resource development (pp. 203-211).
Garavan, T., Shanahan, V., Carbery, R., & Watson, S. (2016). Strategic human
resource development: Towards a conceptual framework to understand its
contribution to dynamic capabilities. Human Resource Development
International, 19, 289-306.
Van Woerkom, M., & Van Engen, M. L. (2009). Learning from conflicts? The
relations between task and relationship conflicts, team learning and team
performance. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 18,
Van der Vegt, G. S., & Bunderson, J.S. (2005). Learning and performance in
multidisciplinary teams: the importance of collective team identification.
Academy of Management Journal, 48, 532-547.
Provera, B., Montefusco, A., & Canato, A. (2010). A ‘no blame’ approach to
organizational learning. British Journal of Management, 21, 1057-1074.
Batistič, S. (2018). Looking beyond-socialization tactics: The role of human
resource systems in the socialization process. Human Resource Management
Review, 28, 220-233.
Fang, R., Duffy, M. K., & Shaw, J. D. (2011). The organizational socialization
process: Review and development of a social capital model. Journal of
Management, 37, 127-152.
Bauer, T. N., & Erdogan, B. (2011). Organizational socialization: The effective
onboarding of new employees. APA Handbook of Industrial and Organizational
Psychology, 3, 51-64.
Ferris, G. R., Liden, R. C., Munyon, T. P., Summers, J. K., Basik, K. J., & Buckley,
M. R. (2009). Relationships at work: Toward a multidimensional
conceptualization of dyadic work relationships. Journal of Management, 35,
Kaše, R., Paauwe, J., & Zupan, N. (2009). HR practices, interpersonal relations,
and intrafirm knowledge transfer in knowledge‐intensive firms: A social
network perspective. Human Resource Management, 48, 615-639.
Lengnick-Hall, M. L., & Lengnick-Hall, C. A. (2003). HR's role in building
relationship networks. Academy of Management Perspectives, 17(4), 53-63.
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