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March 26th, 2010    Subscribe to comments on this post

Management and Organization Review: Free Online

The March 2010 issue of Management and Organization Review (Volume 6, Issue 1) is now available. This issue brings together six articles that shed light on a variety of topics: three articles on East Asian firms and three articles on Chinese Management. Articles in this issue are free to download through 2010. Just click on Abstracts to go to the Wiley MOR page and you will see the PDF files there.

 

March 25th, 2010    Subscribe to comments on this post

Business Conference for Scholars and Practitioners

The International Conference on Global Commerce and Sustainability

October 7-9, 2010
The Grand Hyatt Hotel
Denver, Colorado

Learn more and register here.

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March 24th, 2010    Subscribe to comments on this post

March 25: Free Webinar about Careers in I-O Psychology

March 25th 2010, 1:00 – 2:00 pm (EST)

This webinar is sponsored by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) for those who are interested in learning more about pursuing Industrial and Organizational Psychology as a career. 

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March 23rd, 2010    Subscribe to comments on this post

Call for papers on ‘The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on HR’

This Special Issue of the International Journal of Manpower invites submissions that explore some of the following areas and research questions. (Please note this is not meant as an exhaustive list).

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March 22nd, 2010    Subscribe to comments on this post

E-Books And Libraries: Read Something New. Read An E- Book

March 23, 2010, 09:30 AM-10:30 AM Eastern (EDT, North America/US)

Participate in a morning of sharing and discussion on e-books, their benefits, features, and future in libraries from the perspective of LYRASIS and five e-book publishers including IGI Global, Sage, Gale, Books 24×7 and Springer. This event is organized by LYRASIS, the nation’s largest regional membership organization serving libraries and information professionals (www.lyrasis.org) and will take place at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) and will be available virtually.

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March 19th, 2010    Subscribe to comments on this post

March 23: Discussion on e-books and libraries

Join in a panel discussion on e-book benefits and features from the perspective of five e-book publishers for libraries. The conference on e-books is organized by Lyrasis, the nation’s largest regional membership organization serving libraries and information professionals (www.lyrasis.org) and will take place at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) and will be available virtually. Current topics on digital books will be discussed, including best practices from libraries just being their electronic collections, to examples from universities with large e-book holdings. Digital rights management, preservation options, functionality, licenses, and marketing electronic resources will also be covered. Interaction from online participants, via microphone or typing questions, is encouraged and there will be a question and answer session at the end of the panel.

Mar 23, 2010 at 9 am EST
Register online here.

 

March 18th, 2010    Subscribe to comments on this post

Call for Papers: Hispanics @ Work

Hispanics @ Work:  A Collection of Research, Theory and Application, edited by Donna Maria Blancero, Bentley University, dblancero@bentley.edu , Waltham, Massachusetts and Robert G. DelCampo, University of New Mexico, delcampo@mgt.unm.edu , Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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March 16th, 2010    Subscribe to comments on this post

Human Relations Journal Podcast – The context of Leadership

A podcast that Human Relations journal recently published to accompany A special issue on the Context of Leadership with special Guest Editors: Robert C. Liden, John Antonakis, and Gail T. Fairhurst is now online.

Click here to download the free podcast.

 

March 10th, 2010    Subscribe to comments on this post

Journal of Personnel Psychology

The first issue of Journal of Personnel Psychology is available online free of charge.

The issue covers a variety of topics such as the demand control model (Bakker et al., The Netherlands), employee identification (Edwards and Peccei, United Kingdom), effects of social desirability on hiring judgments (Christiansen and Burns, United States), autonomy and workload in relation to temporary and permanent workers’ job involvement (De Cuyper et al., Belgium and Finland), and goal adaptation (König et al., Switzerland and The Netherlands).

Contact the editor regarding submissions in all areas of personnel and organizational psychology.

 

March 9th, 2010    Subscribe to comments on this post

Manage Online Communities? Here’s how.

The State of Community Management is structured around the competencies in the Community Maturity Model – a management framework that articulates the competencies required to effectively manage communities – and links high level analysis to very specific tactical lessons learned about how to execute social programs.

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