Jim Stewart & Sandra Watson (editors)
Human Resource Development
research based approach
Routledge, New Fetter Lane, London, EC4P 4EE, UK
19 chapters by leading HRD researchers in Europe and the US
the theory and practice of HRD and the process of researching HRD
on recent and current empirical studies.
HRD; philosophy, process and practice. By McGoldrick, Stewart and Watson.
the research question. By Monica Lee.
of method in HRD research; company based lifelong learning and 'longitudinality'.
By Jim McGoldrick, Graeme Martin and Judy Pate.
of freedom and the sources of indignity. By John Hamblett, Rick Holden
and Denise Thursfield.
evidence based HRD practice. By Bob Hamlin.
HRD in small organisations. By Rosemary Hill.
the impact of management development on performance. By Jonathon Winterton
and Ruth Winterton.
for change by telling stories. By Jeff Gold, Stuart Watson and Mike Rix.
to change, changing to learn: case studies in the automotive sector. By
quantitative research. By Darren C. Short and Peter Kuchinke.
the research story. By Sally Sanbrook.
issues in HRD research. By Rona S. Beattie and Marilyn McDougall.
networked learning with HRD professionals internationally. By Catherine
for reflective HRD practitioners of the influence of life experiences on
managers' career decisions. By Goronwy Davies and Tony Wilson.
native!: ethnographic research in HRD. By Rona S. Beattie.
and divergence in HRD: research and practice across Europe. By Jean Woodall,
Alison Alker, Christina Macneil and Sue Shaw.
action research to explore the development needs of second generation Asian
small businesses. By Clare Rigg, Kiran Trehan and Monder Ram.
approach to the literature review. By Sally Sanbrook.
the future for HRD research. By McGoldrick, Stewart and Watson.