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Barriers to Organizational Learning: An Integration of Theory and Research
This paper develops a theoretical foundation to describe and explain impediments to organizational learning (OL). Based on the expanded 4I model (Crossan et al. 1999. Academy of Management Review,Expand
Stereotypical Inferences as Mediators of Age Discrimination: The Role of Competence and Warmth
Drawing on theories of stereotype content and role congruity, this research investigated the role of stereotypes for employment discrimination against older candidates. Study 1 investigated theExpand
Performance Assessments With Microworlds and Their Difficulty
The use of microworlds (MWs), or complex dynamic systems, in educational testing and personnel selection is hampered by systematic measurement errors because these new and innovative item formats areExpand
The Training Evaluation Inventory (TEI) - Evaluation of Training Design and Measurement of Training Outcomes for Predicting Training Success
Training evaluation in research and organisational contexts is vital to ensure informed decisions regarding the value of training. The present study describes the development of a valid and reliableExpand
The Acquisition of Knowledge and Skills for Taskwork and Teamwork to Control Complex Technical Systems: A Cognitive and Macroergonomics Perspective
Chapter 1: Why this Book has been Written: Purpose and Structure of the Book.- Chapter 2: Controlling Complex Technical Systems: The Control Room Operator's Tasks in Process Industries.- Chapter 3:Expand
Attitudes Toward Older Workers and Human Resource Practices
This study investigated attitudes towards older employees, perceived age discrimination, and HR practices (personnel development and reward) in 240 employees. Attitudes toward older employees wereExpand
Measuring organizational learning from errors: Development and validation of an integrated model and questionnaire
Errors are an inevitable by-product of human labour. Therefore, organizational learning from errors should be regarded as a strategic goal of HR development. Despite a large number of studies onExpand
Counteracting skill decay: four refresher interventions and their effect on skill and knowledge retention in a simulated process control task
The results of two experiments show that skill and knowledge decay can be attenuated and even avoided by refresher interventions which are not costly and easy to implement. Expand
Intentional Forgetting in Organizations: The Importance of Eliminating Retrieval Cues for Implementing New Routines
The elimination of cues to accelerate forgetting by eliminating specific cues based on the empirical and theoretical state of the art should be used in change management practices. Expand
What you train is what you get Task requirements and training methods in complex problem-solving
  • A. Kluge
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • Comput. Hum. Behav.
  • 1 March 2008
The greater a CP's intrinsic load due to parallel effects, the more effective direct instruction was at increasing control performance, and the more overall control performance deteriorated regardless of the training method. Expand