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Avolio, B. (2007). Promoting more integrative strategies for leadership theory-building. American Psychologist, 62(1), 25–33.
Bailey, C., & Austin, M. (2006). 360-Degree Feedback and developmental outcomes: The role of feedback characteristics, self-efficacy and importance of feedback dimensions to focal managers' current role. International Journal of Selection & Assessment, 14(1), 51–66.
Becker, F. (2007). Organizational ecology and knowledge networks. California Management Review, 49(2), 42–61.
Bono, J., & Judge, T. (2004). Personality and transformational and transactional leadership: A meta-analysis. Journal of Applied Psychology, 89(5), 901–910.
Collins, J. (2001). Level 5 leadership: The truth of humility and fierce resolve. Harvard Business Review, 83(7/8), 136–146.
Cotton, J. L., & Tuttle, J. M. (1986). Employee turnover: A meta-analysis and review with implications for research. Academy of Management Review, 11, 55–70.
Dick, P., & Hyde, R. (2006). Line manager involvement in work-life balance and career development: Can't manage, won't manage? British Journal of Guidance & Counseling, 34(3), 345–364.
Frase, M. (2007). Stocking your talent pool. HR Magazine, 52(4), 66–74.
Hill, L. (2007). Becoming the boss. Harvard Business Review, 85(1), 48–56.
Holly, T. M. (2007). A hire standard. HR Magazine, 48(7), 109–113.
HR drives more training, appraisals, and updated review practices. (2006). HR Focus, 83(4), S1–S4.
Kampschroer, K., Heerwagen, J., & Powell, K. (2007). Creating and testing workplace strategy. California Management Review, 49(2), 119–137.
Kubicek, M. (2006). Open up and prosper. Personnel Today, 10/10/2006, 39–41.
Lockwood, N. (2005). Workplace diversity: Leveraging the power of difference for competitive advantage. HR Magazine, 50(6), 1–10.
Lockwood, N. (2006). Leadership development: Optimizing human capital for business success. HR Magazine, 51(12), 1–10.
Montague, N. (2007). The performance appraisal: A powerful management tool. Management Quarterly, 48(2), 40–53.
Piotrowski, C., & Armstrong, T. (2006). Current recruitment and selection practices: A national survey of Fortune 1000 firms. North American Journal of Psychology, 8(3), 489–496.
Ramlall, S. (2004). A review of employee motivation theories and their implications for employee retention within organizations. Journal of American Academy of Business, 5(1/2), 52–64.
Stayer, R. (1990). How I learned to let my workers lead. Harvard Business Review, 68(6), 66–83.
Tyler, K. (2006). Leveraging long tenure. HR Magazine, 52(5), 54–60.
Vickers, M. R. (2005). Business ethics and the HR role: Past, present, and future. Human Resource Planning, 28(1), 26–32.
Walker, A. G. (2007). Is performance management as simple as ABC? T+D, 61(2), 54–57.
Young, T. (2006). Implementing a knowledge retention strategy. KM Review, 9(5), 28–33.
Younger, J., Smallwood, N., & Ulrich, D. (2007). Developing your organization's brand as a talent developer. Human Resource Planning, 30(2), 21–29.
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