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Prof Jim Stewart

Prof Jim Stewart

Publications

Journal article

Stewart JD, Crowder, M, Antoniadou M. 2018. To BlikBook or not to BlikBook: Exploring student engagement of an online discussion platform Innovations in Education and Teaching International, >DOI

Beigi M, Shirmohammadi M, Stewart J. 2018. Flexible Work Arrangements and Work-Family Conflict: A Metasynthesis of Qualitative Studies Among Academics HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT REVIEW, 17 :314-336 >DOI >Link

Groves CJ, Orbaek White GD, Panya F, Stewart J. 2018. Can business schools increase student employability by embedding action learning into undergraduate management education? An account of practice Action Learning: Research and Practice, >DOI

Loon M, Otaye-Ebede LE, Stewart J. 2018. The paradox of employee psychological well-being practices: An integrative literature review and new directions for research International Journal of Human Resource Management, >DOI

Stewart J, Mills S, Sambrook S. 2015. HRD Programs in the United Kingdom Advances in Developing Human Resources, 17 :162-179 >DOI

Stewart J, Callahan J, Rigg C, Sambrook S, Trehan K. 2014. Realizing the critical in CHRD: Strategies for research and practice Human Resource Development International, 17 :379-383 >DOI

Mills S, Trehan K, Stewart J. 2014. Academics in pursuit of the part-time doctorate: Pressures and support issues associated with the career development of business and management academics Human Resource Development International, 17 :438-458 >DOI

Calver J, Gold J, Stewart J. 2013. Action learning and the creative industries: The efficacy of an action learning set in building collaboration between a university and creative industries Action Learning: Research and Practice, 10 :25-38 >DOI

Fenderson J, Stewart J, Baumgartner K. 2012. Expanding the History of the Black Studies Movement: Some Prefatory Notes Journal of African American Studies, 16 :1-20 >DOI

Stewart J. 2012. Making sense of the learning organization: What is it and who needs it? MANAGEMENT LEARNING, 43 :237-238 >DOI >Link

Stewart J, Sambrook S. 2012. The Historical Development of Human Resource Development in the United Kingdom HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT REVIEW, 11 :443-462 >DOI >Link

Stewart J. 2012. Learning and Talent Development Human Resource Management International Digest, 20 :177-181 >DOI

Harte V, Stewart J. 2012. Evaluating enterprise education: Issues in current practice Education + Training, 54 :77-95 >DOI

Harte V, Stewart J. 2012. Develop.evaluate.embed.sustain: Enterprise education for keeps Education and Training, 54 :330-339 >DOI

Doloriert C, Sambrook S, Stewart J. 2012. Power and emotion in doctoral supervision: Implications for HRD European Journal of Training and Development, 36 :732-750 >DOI

Kang D-S, Stewart J, Kim H, Lim J-C. 2012. Unravelling the impact of Psychological empowerment on customer service behaviours as a consequence of 'Leader-Member Exchange' SERVICE INDUSTRIES JOURNAL, 32 :1791-1809 >DOI >Link

Lawless A, Sambrook A, Garavan T, Valentin C. 2011. A discourse approach to theorising HRD: opening a discursive space Journal of European Industrial Training, 35 :264-275 >DOI

Stewart J, Gold J. 2011. Theorising in HRD: Building bridges to practice Journal of European Industrial Training, 35 >DOI

Kang D-S, Stewart J, Kim H. 2011. The effects of perceived external prestige, ethical organizational climate, and leader-member exchange (LMX) quality on employees' commitments and their subsequent attitudes PERSONNEL REVIEW, 40 :761-784 >DOI >Link

Gold J, Hamlin B, Stewart J. 2011. What is HRD? A definitional review and synthesis of the HRD domain Journal of European Industrial Training, 35 :199-220 >DOI

Stewart J, Harte V, Sambrook S. 2011. What is theory? Journal of European Industrial Training, 35 :221-229 >DOI

Sun W, Stewart J, Pollard D. 2010. Reframing corporate social responsibility Critical Studies on Corporate Responsibility, Governance and Sustainability, 1 :3-19 >DOI

Sambrook S, Stewart J. 2010. Teaching, learning and assessing HRD: Findings from a BMAF/UFHRD research project Journal of European Industrial Training, 34 :710-734 >DOI

Stewart J, Harte V. 2010. The implications of talent management for diversity training: An exploratory study Journal of European Industrial Training, 34 :506-518 >DOI

Harte V, Stewart J. 2010. Undertaking HRD research in higher education: A longitudinal approach to evaluating undergraduate "enterprise education" modules Education and Training, 52 :679-693 >DOI

Rigg C, Trehan K, Stewart J. 2008. Critically reflective practice in human resource development Journal of European Industrial Training, 32 :99-102 >DOI

Lawless A, McQue L. 2008. Becoming a community of critically reflective HR practitioners: challenges and opportunities within an MA partnership programme practitioners: a partnership approach Journal of European Industrial Training, :323-335 >DOI

Sambrook S, Stewart J. 2008. Developing critical reflection in professional focused doctorates: A facilitator's perspective Journal of European Industrial Training, 32 :359-373 >DOI

Stewart J, Keegan A, Stevens P. 2008. Postgraduate education to support organisation change: A reflection on reflection Journal of European Industrial Training, 32 :347-358 >DOI

Stewart J. 2007. The future of hrd research: Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats and actions Human Resource Development International, 10 :93-97 >DOI

Stewart JB. 2007. Francille rusan wilson, the segregated scholars, black social scientists and the creation of black labor studies, 1890-1950 :charlottesville, va: University of virginia press, 2006 Review of Black Political Economy, 34 :273-278 >DOI

Kang DS, Stewart J. 2007. Leader-member exchange (LMX) theory of leadership and HRD: Development of units of theory and laws of interaction Leadership and Organization Development Journal, 28 :531-551 >DOI

Stewart J, Shaw S. 2005. Guest editorial Journal of European Industrial Training, 29 :393-395 >DOI

Stewart J. 2005. The uk research assessment exercise Human Resource Development International, 8 :489-494 >DOI

Stewart J. 2005. The current state and status of HRD research Learning Organization, 12 :90-95 >DOI

Trehan K, Rigg C, Stewart J. 2004. Guest editorial Journal of European Industrial Training, 28 >DOI

Stewart J, Knowles V. 2003. Mentoring in undergraduate business management programmes Journal of European Industrial Training, 27 :147-159 >DOI

McGoldrick J, Stewart J, Watson S. 2002. Understanding HRD: a research based approach International Journal of Human Resources Development and Management, 2 :17-30

Prince C, Stewart J. 2002. Corporate universities – an analytical framework Journal of Management Development, 21 :794-811 >DOI

McGoldrick J, Stewart J, Watson S. 2001. Theorizing human resource development Human Resource Development International, 4 :343-356 >DOI

Stewart J, Knowles V. 2001. Graduate recruitment: Implications for business and management courses in HE Journal of European Industrial Training, 25 :98-108 >DOI

Stewart J, Knowles V. 2000. Graduate recruitment and selection: Implications for HE, graduates and small business recruiters Career Development International, 5 :65-80 >DOI

Sambrook S, Stewart J. 2000. Factors influencing learning in European learning oriented organisations: Issues for management Journal of European Industrial Training, 24 :209-219 >DOI

Hill R, Stewart J. 2000. Human resource development in small organizations Journal of European Industrial Training, 24 :105-117 >DOI

Stewart J, Knowles V. 2000. Graduate recruitment and selection practices in small businesses Career Development International, 5 :21-38 >DOI

Prince C, Stewart J. 2000. The dynamics of the corporate education market and the role of business schools Journal of Management Development, 19 :207-219 >DOI

Hill R, Stewart J. 1999. Human resource development in small organizations Human Resource Development International, 2 :103-124 >DOI

Hill R, Stewart J. 1999. Investors in People in small organizations: Learning to stay the course? Journal of European Industrial Training, 23 :286-299 >DOI

Stewart J, Knowles V. 1999. The changing nature of graduate careers Career Development International, 4 :370-383 >DOI

Hamlin B, Reidy M, Stewart J. 1998. Bridging the HRD research-practice gap through professional partnerships: A case study Human Resource Development International, 1 :273-290 >DOI

Sambrook S, Stewart J. 1998. No, I didn't want to be part of HR Human Resource Development International, 1 :171-188 >DOI

Franklin Myra Hodgkinson P, Stewart J. 1998. Towards universities as learning organisations The Learning Organization, 5 :228-238 >DOI

Stewart JB. 1995. NEA presidential address, 1994 - Toward broader involvement of black economists in discussions of race and public policy: A plea for a reconceptualization of race and power in economic theory The Review of Black Political Economy, 23 :13-36 >DOI

Stewart J, Sambrook S. 1995. The Role of Functional Analysis in National Vocational Qualifications: A Critical Appraisal British Journal of Education & Work, 8 :93-106 >DOI

Stewart J, Hamlin B. 1994. Competence-based Qualifications — A Reply to Bob Mansfield Journal of European Industrial Training, 18 :27-30 >DOI

Stewart J, Hamlin B. 1993. Competence-based Qualifications: A Way Forward Journal of European Industrial Training, 17 >DOI

Stewart JB, Firestone JM. 1992. Looking for a Few Good Men: Predicting Patterns of Retention, Promotion, and Accession of Minority and Women Officers American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 51 :435-458 >DOI

Stewart J, Hamlin B. 1992. Competemce- based Qualifications: The Case for Established Methodologies Journal of European Industrial Training, 16 >DOI

Stewart J, Hamlin B. 1992. Competence-based Qualifications: The Case against Change Journal of European Industrial Training, 16 >DOI

Stewart J, Page C. 1992. Competences - are they useful to trainers? Industrial and Commercial Training, 24 :32-35 >DOI

Macpherson D, Stewart JB. 1991. The effects of extended families and marital status on housing consumption by black female-headed households The Review of Black Political Economy, 19 :65-81 >DOI

Stewart JB. 1990. Competing perspectives on the formulation and thrust of public policy targeted at African Americans or did they come to bury gunnar myrdal-or to praise him? Forum for Social Economics, 20 :16-32 >DOI

Hamlin B, Stewart J. 1990. Approaches to Management Development in the UK Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 11 :27-32 >DOI

Stewart JD. 1989. Bringing about organisation change — A framework Journal of European Industrial Training, 13 :31-35 >DOI

Benjamin L, Stewart JB. 1989. Values, beliefs, and welfare recipiency: Is there a connection? The Review of Black Political Economy, 17 :43-67 >DOI

Stewart JD, Shirmohammadi M, Beigi M. Understanding Skilled Migrants’ Qualification-Matched Employment in the Host Country: A Multidisciplinary Review and a Conceptual Model The International Journal of Human Resource Management,

Stewart JD, Beigi M, Shirmohammadi M. Understanding Skilled Migrants’ Qualification-Matched Employment in the Host Country: A Multidisciplinary Review and a Conceptual Model The International Journal of Human Resource Management,

Book

Stewart J, Rogers P. 2017. Studying Learning and Development Context, Practice and Measurement Kogan Page Publishers 9781843984603

Anderson L, Gold J, Stewart J, Thorpe R. 2015. A Guide to Professional Doctorates in Business and Management SAGE 9781473933439

Cureton PJ, Stewart J. 2014. Designing, Delivering and Evaluating Learning and Development: essentials for practice Stewart J, Cureton P. CIPD. London 9781843983606

Gold J, Iles P, Stewart J, Beardwell J. 2013. Human Resource Development: Theory and Practice Holden RJ. Palgrave Macmillan

Sun W, Stewart J, Pollard D. 2011. Corporate governance and the global financial crisis: International perspectives :1-400 9780511736599 >DOI

Asonov D. 2004. Introduction 3128 :3-+ SPRINGER-VERLAG BERLIN >Link

Woodall J, Lee M, Stewart J. 2004. New frontiers in HRD :1-199 >DOI

Chapters

Zhang C, Stewart J. 2017. Talent Management and Retention The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of the Psychology of Recruitment, Selection and Employee Retention :473-493 9781118972472 >DOI

Stewart J. 2014. Strategic HRD The Routledge Companion to Human Resource Development :203-211 9780203386446

Stewart J, Sambrook S. 2014. Critical perspectives on workforce development Workforce Development: Perspectives and Issues :329-349 9789814560580 >DOI

Sun W, Stewart J, Pollard D. 2011. Introduction: Rethinking corporate governance – lessons from the global financial crisis Corporate Governance and the Global Financial Crisis :1-22 9780511736599 >DOI

Palmer J, Hill R, Stewart J. 2007. The dynamics of organizational commitment and management development Management Development: Perspectives from Research and Practice :251-270 >DOI

Stewart J, Sambrook S. 2006. Human resource development in the public sector: The case of health and social care :1-426 >DOI

Sambrook S, Stewart J. 2005. A critical review of researching Human Resource Development: The case of a pan-European project Critical Thinking in Human Resource Development :67-84 >DOI

Stewart J, Beaver G. 2003. HRD in small organisations: Research and practice :1-317 >DOI

Stewart J. 2003. The ethics of HRD HRD in a Complex World :83-99 >DOI

Holden RJ, Stewart J. E-Learning Human Resource Development: Theory & Practice

Holden RJ, Stewart J, Beardwell J, Gold J. Looking Our: Macro Considerations of HRD Gold J, Holden RJ, Stewart J, Iles P, Beardwell J. Human Resource Development: Theory & Practice

Editorial/letter to the editor

Elliott C, Stewart J. 2017. What are the (C)HRD implications of brexit? a personal reflection? Human Resource Development International, 20 :1-8 >DOI

Conference publication

Younes A, Stewart J, Kyriakidou N. 2014. MTDP needs assessment in Libya: A case of international and joint venture organisation World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development, 10 :296-311 >DOI

Addison T, Hansen H, Tarp F. 2004. Introduction Addison T, Hansen H, Tarp F. DEBT RELIEF FOR POOR COUNTRIES, UNU/WIDER Conference on Debt Relief :3-23 >Link

Rakic P. 2004. Introduction Gazzaniga MS. COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCES III, THIRD EDITION, Conference of the Summer-Institute-in-Cognitive-Neuroscience :3-22 >Link

Engagement & Impact

Other Professional Activity:

CIPD Chief Examiner for L&D

Founding Member of the University Forum for HRD, a network bringing together academics and others concerned with developing HRD as an area of professional practice and academic enquiry Vice Chair, Research of the University Forum for HRD – 1996-2001 Elected Chair, University Forum for HRD – May 2001 – June 2014 Appointed Executive Secretary, University Forum for HRD, June 2014 – Present

Appointed CIPD External Quality Advisor in 2010-Present

Appointed CIPD Chief Examiner for L&D in 2008-Present

Appointed CIPD Visiting Panel Chair in 2003-Present

Member of the CIPD Quality Assurance Panel