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 21 contains eight papers on critical issues in the field of human resources management, thus continuing the tradition of the series to develop a more informed understanding of the field.
Overview, G.R. Ferris, J.J. Martocchio; Personality research in the organizational sciences, P.L. Perrewe, P. Spector; Social influence processes in organizations and human resources systems, G.R. Ferris et al.; Mentoring - what we know and where we might go, R.A. Noe; Hierarchical team decision making, S.E. Humphrey et al.; Information technology and human resources management - harnessing the power and potential of Netcentricity, K.M. Bartol, Wei Liu; Knowledge management in global organizations - implications for international human resource management, R.S. Bhagat et al.; Cross-cultural differences in responses to feedback - implications for individual, group and organizational effectiveness, E.F. Stone-Romero, D.L. Stone; Strategies for detecting moderator variables - a review of conceptual and empirical issues, E.F. Stone-Romero, D. Liakhovitski.