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The politics of the employment interview. Theory, reseach, and practice: The effect of applicant age, job level, and accountability on the evaluation of job applicants. The effect of applicant age, job level, and accountability on perceptions of female job applicants. The Journal of Psychology, Google Scholar , Crossref , Medline. Doing research that makes a difference.

The challenges facing CEOs: Past, present, and future. Academy of Management Executive, 6: Human resource systems, flexibility, and firm performance in turbulent environments. Competing pressures for human resource investment. Human Resource Management Review, 7: Repatriation of corporate executives: Journal of International Business Studies, The selection dilemma in international relocations.

International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 4: Building a global core competancy. Journal of World Business, Journal of Management Inquiry, 4: Quality and acceptance of problem solutions by members of homogeneous and heterogeneous groups.

Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, The employment interview context: Social and situational influences on interviewer decisions. The impact of human resource management practices on turnover, productivity, and corporate financial performance.

Technical and strategic human resource effectiveness as determinants of firm performance. Consequences of group composition for the interpersonal dynamics of strategic issue processing. Understanding human resource management in the context of organizations and their environments. Viewing macro HRM from without: Political and institutional perspectives. Constraints on the adoption of psychology-based personnel practices: Lessons from organizational innovation.

Political influence behavior and career success. The elusive criterion of fit in human resources staffing decisions. Social context of performance evaluation decisions. Differential effectiveness of applicant impression management tactics on employment interview decisions. The social psychology of organizations. Do chameleons get ahead? The effects of self monitoring on managerial careers. Profile of organizational influence strategies. Accountability forces in performance appraisal.

Diversity in work group sex composition: Implications for majority and minority members. Procedural justice in performance evaluation. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, An integrative review of its conceptualizations, measurement, and implications.

Strategic human resource management: A review of the literature and a proposed typology. The politics of employee appraisal. Academy of Management Executive, 1: Human resource bundles and manufacturing performance: Organizational logic and flexible production systems in the world auto industry.

Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Integrating technology and human resources for high-performance manufacturing. Useem Eds , Transforming organizations: Cultural diversity and creativity in small groups: A test of value-in-diversity hypothesis.

Unpublished working paper, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. The issue of cultural fit. Journal of Management Inquiry, 3: Effects of rater accountability on the accuracy and the favorability of performance ratings. Journal of Applied Psychology, Formal structure as myth and ceremony. American Journal of Sociology, Organizational strategy, structure and process. A strategic perspective on compensation management. Organizational life cycles and strategic international human resource management in multinational companies: Implications for congruence theory.

Power in and around organizations. Leadership, values, and accountability. Workforce diversity and organizational effectiveness: An industry level investigation of the effects of female and ethnoracial participation. Juggling on a high wire: The role of the international human resources manager. Groups and solos in context: The effects of accountability on team negotiation. The good soldier syndrome. How common is workplace transformation and who adopts it?

Symbols, patterns, and settings: An optimistic case for getting things done. Management as symbolic action: The creation and maintenance of organizational paradigms. A political perspective on career: Interests, networks, and environments. Competitive advantage through people: Unleashing the power of the workforce. Business strategy and human resource management: Recent developments in international management research. Influence of role pressures on the perceiver: Judgments of videotaped interviews varying judge accountability and responsibility.

Power and influence of the human resources function through boundary spanning and information management. Human Resource Management Review, 8: Applications of the triangle model.

The triangle model of responsibility. Strategic human resource management and industrial relations. International human resources management. An integrative framework of strategic international human resource management. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 1: Linking competitive strategies and human resource management practices.

Reputation, image, prestige, and goodwill: An interdisciplinary approach to organizational standing. Establishing a framework for research in strategic human resource management: Merging resource theory and organizational learning. Employee positive emotion and favorable outcomes at the workplace.

Making the right impression: A field study of applicant impression management during job interviews. Human resources bites back. Taking on the last bureaucacy.

Due process in performance appraisal: A quasi-experiment in procedural justice. Administrative Science Quarterly, Human resources management system integration and adaptation in multinational firms. Advances in International Comparative Management, 8: Toward an integrative model of strategic international human resource management. A model of human resource information, practice choice, and organizational outcomes.

Human Resource Management Review, 6: Sources of human resource information and the link to organizational profitability. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, The neglected social context of judgment and choice. The impact of accountability on judgment and choice: Toward a social contingency model.

Social magnifier of the dilution effect. Accountability amplifies the status quo effect when change creates victims. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 7: Accountability and judgment processes in a personality prediction task. Social and cognitive strategies for coping with accountability: Conformity, complexity, and bolstering. An examination of the relationship between upward influence tactics and assessments of promotability.

Team creativity as a function of the creativity of the members. The role of ceremonials in organizational behavior. Enhancing success and minimizing failure. The next agenda for adding value and delivering results. A new mandate for human resources. Harvard Business Review, Jan. This series publishes monograph length conceptual papers designed to promote theory and research on important substantive and methodological topics in the field of human resources management.

Volume 25 of "Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management" RPHRM contains eight papers on critical issues in the field of human resources management, thus continuing the tr This series publishes monograph length conceptual papers designed to promote theory and research on important substantive and methodological topics in the field of human resources management.

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