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Advances in Developing Human Resources

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Human Resource Management

eISSN: 15523055 | ISSN: 15234223 | Current volume: 26 | Current issue: 1 Frequency: Quarterly

From Research to Practice

Advances in Developing Human Resources (ADHR) focuses on the issues that help you work more effectively in human resource development. The journal spans the realms of performance, learning, and integrity within an organizational context. Balancing theory and practice, each Issue of the journal is devoted to a different topic central to the development of human resources. ADHR has covered subjects as wide-ranging and vital as performance improvement, action learning, on-the-job training, informal learning, how HRD relates to the new global economy, leadership, and the philosophical foundations of HRD practice.

Current and Concise

Each Issue of ADHR focuses on a single topic of importance to HRD professionals. Special guest editors propose a thematic emphasis for each issue. Experts in their specific fields, they receive papers from some of the most noted professionals in HRD today. Each special Issue is comprehensive yet concise, giving full coverage to each specific subject area.

Dynamic and Relevant

ADHR is easy to read and is highly relevant to both scholars and practitioners. Dealing with the demands of the global economy a diverse workforce can be difficult. From ethics to on-the-job training, from leadership development to action learning to cultural competence, ADHR gives you a quick, easy-to-use reference on each area important in your practice. Complete your library of HRD literature with the comprehensive coverage in ADHR – the essential tool for human resource development specialists.


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Advances in Developing Human Resources is a quarterly journal that explores and examines a wide range of topics relevant to developing human potential and ultimately an organization’s overall performance. The journal is grounded in sound research and theory and is edited by a leading scholar in the field. The content is applicable to higher education, profit-sector, non-profit sector, public sector, and a variety of other workplace settings. The journal is readable and relevant to scholars, practitioners, scholar/practitioners, educators, and researchers.
 

Submissions that offer new conceptual, philosophical, and theoretical insights or build on existing bodies of human resource development research are encouraged. A presenting problem situates a submitted manuscript within a relevant human resource development (HRD) domain/paradigm (e.g. learning, performance, training and development, career development, organization development, critical HRD, strategic HRD, leader/leadership development, higher education, global/cross cultural HRD). Given the interdisciplinary nature of HRD, solutions should be applicable to a wide range of organizational or social contexts with an emphasis on ways that practitioners can apply findings or new knowledge that improves social conditions or the world of work.

 

The Advances in Developing Human Resources Editorial Board supports Sage’s Action on Diversity presented in June 2021. Through our publications, we are committed to advancing the field of human resource development with scholarship that: reflects the perspectives of a diverse workforce; welcomes and amplifies the voices of the under-represented and exposes unjust practices and systems that are detrimental to building strong human relations and achieving solidarity in our community.

 

Editor
Marilyn Y. Byrd The University of Oklahoma, USA
Associate Editors
Jeremy Bohonos Texas State University, USA
Karen Johnson University of North Texas, USA
John Mendy University of Lincoln, UK
Social Media Associate Editor
Rochell McWhorter University of Texas at Tyler, USA
Editorial Board
Ahmed Al-Asfour Southern Illinois University, USA
Meera Alagaraja Texas A & M University, College Station, USA
Mary V. Alfred Texas A&M University, USA
Matthijs Bal University of Lincoln, UK
Elisabeth Bennett Northeastern University, USA
Jeremy W. Bohonos Texas State University, USA
Angela Carter Clemson University, USA
Joshua C. Collins University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, USA
Oliver Crocco Louisiana State University, USA
Maria Cseh George Washington University, USA
Sara Csillag Budapest Business School, Hungary
Gareth Edwards UWE Bristol, UK
Kristin Frady Clemson University, USA
Thomas N. Garavan Edinburgh Napier Business School, Scotland
Julie Gedro Empire State College, USA
Vivienne Griggs Professor of Informatics at Leeds Beckett University, UK
Manish Gupta Mahindra University, India
Emily Hammer Trinidad State College, USA
Yusuf Hassan University of Birmingham, UK
Latosha R. Henderson Temple University, USA
Claretha Hughes University of Arkansas, USA
Baek-Kyoo (Brian) Joo Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, USA
Jie Ke Jackson State University, USA
Namhee Kim Ewha Womans University, South Korea
Judith A. Kolb The Pennsylvania State University, USA
Rita Kowalski Work Life Consulting
Michael P. Leimbach Wilson Learning Worldwide, USA
Steven V. Manderscheid Concordia University, USA
Heather S. McMillan Southeast Missouri State University, USA
John Mendy University of Lincoln, UK
Jason Moats Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service, USA
Fredrick M. Nafukho University of Washington, USA
Yuanlu Niu University of Arkansas, USA
Emmanuel Osafo Washington State University Extension, USA
Paul Roberts University of Texas at Tyler, USA
Cynthia Russell CG Russell Consulting, USA
Cynthia M Sims University of Georgia, USA
Tyrone Smith, Jr. Udemy, USA
Ralph Soule George Washington University, USA
Torrence E. Sparkman Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
Kyle B. Stone Colorado Mesa University, USA
Thomas R. Tudor University of Arkansas at Little Rock, USA
Alina Waite Indiana State University, USA
Nelson H. Wawire Kenyatta University, Kenya
Michael R. Williams Frostburg State University, USA
Robert Yawson Quinnipiac University, USA
Tuncay Yilmaz Sakarya University, Turkey
Seung Won Yoon Texas A & M, College Station, USA
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