ERIC Number: ED358336
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1993-Apr
Reference Count: N/A
Quest for Quality. Proceedings of National Research Conference on Human Resource Development (College Station, Texas, April 22-24, 1993).
Mathis, Laura, Ed.; Mizer, Kaye, Ed.
Papers on the theme of quality in human resource development include the following: "Missing Link to Quality: An Examination of the Use of Steven Covey's '7 Habits of Highly Effective People' in State Agencies" (Adair et al.); "Executive Women in Business in the United States" (Bierema); "Extent and Nature of Employee Initiated Learning in the Workplace" (Confessore, Confessore); "Lessons Learned for Multimedia CBI [Computer-based Instruction] Evaluation Project" (Grozier et al.); "Predicting Employee Success in High Technology Industries" (Ellsworth); "Reflective and Collaborative Writing in Human Resource Development (HRD)" (Gaston, Gaston); "Evaluating an Intelligent Computer-Aided Instruction Authoring System" (Goodman, Swanberg); "Revolution in HRD Instructional Design" (Graham, Bonham); "A Model for the Development of Quality Foreign Language Programs in U.S. Companies Responding to a Global Economy" (Halka, Nolan); "New Employee Adaptation and Socialization" (Holton); "City of Carrollton Training and Development Program" (Kealer); "A Conceptual Systems Approach Model for Creating Collaborative Diagnostic Procedures and Strategies in HRD Settings" and "Theory of Margin as an HRD Problem Solving Tool for Coping with Life Stress" (Londoner); "Establishment and Adaptation of an Effective Organizational Model for Facilitation of a Career Development and Placement Program for Student-Athletes" (McGonagle, McBroom); "A 'New' Quality Tool for Leveraging Human Resources on Large and Complex Problems" (Mann); "Relationship of Gilligan's Moral Orientation and Continuing Educators' Salaries" (Manning); "Ensuring Quality Response to the Marketplace in Establishing a Professional Education Program" (Pevoto); "Performance-Based Assessment of Software Skills Proficiency" (Roberts); "Role of HRD in Successful Small to Mid-Sized Manufacturing Businesses" (Rowden); "Model for Conducting Customer Audits" (Russ-Eft, Horibe); "Development, Review, and Management of HRD Curricula on an Electronic Database" (Scholl); "Total Quality Management in Higher Education" (Schuler); "International Etiquette" (Shou); "Differences in Cognition, Perception, and Social Behavior between the East and West" (Shou, Cai); "Trans-Texas Video Conference Network" (Spillane, Hockenberry); "Organizational Chart Inversion Facilitates Use of Personnel's Multiple Talents" (Stewart, Griggs); "Successful Technical Managers" (Supina); "Evaluation for the Bottom Line" (Tesoro); "Concepts and Issues in Developing Quality Workforce Literacy Programs" (Thach, Seaman); "What's the Difference?" (Watson); "Perceptions of HRD Quality in Health Care Institutions" (Welborn); "New Dimensions in Distance Learning" (Williams, Paprock); and "Meeting Customers Needs for Distance Learning Information" (Thach et al.). (YLB)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Career Development, Computer Assisted Instruction, Conference Proceedings, Curriculum Development, Distance Education, Educational Development, Educational Quality, Educational Research, Employed Women, Employment Potential, Higher Education, Human Resources, Independent Study, Instructional Design, Labor Force Development, Lifelong Learning, Literacy Education, Personnel Management, Postsecondary Education, Problem Solving, Quality Control, Quality of Life, Success
Dept. of Educational Human Resource Development, Texas A and M University, Mail Stop 3256, Attn: Research Conference on HRD, College Station, TX 77843-3256 ($20 plus $0.90 shipping).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Texas A and M Univ., College Station. Dept. of Educational Human Resource Development.