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Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited

Volume 26, Numbers 2-4, 2002

Human resource development and workplace learning: emerging theoretical perspectives and organisational practices
pp. 60-71(12)
Authors: Garavan, Thomas N; Morley, Michael; Gunnigle, Patrick; McGuire, David

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Human resource strategies and organisational structures for managing gold-collar workers
pp. 72-80(9)
Authors: Holland, Peter J.; Hecker, Robert; Steen, John

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The new HR practices in changing organizations: an empirical study in Turkey
pp. 81-87(7)
Authors: Baran, Muhtesem; Karabulut, Elif; Semercioz, Fatih; Pekdemir, Isoil

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Learning to compete: post-graduate training in an aerospace company
pp. 100-108(9)
Authors: Hyland, Paul; Sloan, Terry; Beckett, Ron

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Career progression of young female accountants: evidence from the accountancy profession in Ireland
pp. 117-124(8)
Authors: Twomey, Ann Marie; Linehan, Margaret; Walsh, James S.

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The value of knowledge and the values of the new knowledge worker: generation X in the new economy
pp. 125-129(5)
Authors: Bogdanowicz, Maureen S.; Bailey, Elaine K.

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Organisational learning: a new perspective
pp. 130-141(12)
Author: O'Keeffe, Ted

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Competencies: a new sector
pp. 165-176(12)
Authors: Brophy, Monica; Kiely, Tony

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Effectiveness of on-the-job training
pp. 196-199(4)
Authors: van der Klink, Marcel R.; Streumer, Jan N.

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Competencies of small group facilitators: what practitioners view as important
pp. 200-203(4)
Authors: Kolb, Judith A.; Rothwell, William J.

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