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Author:Martin McCracken , Julius Sim ...
Data Source:[J].Physical Therapy(IF 2.778), 2016, Vol.96 (9), pp.1354-1363ProQuest
Abstract:Shoulder pain resulting from subacromial impingement syndrome (SAIS) is a common problem with a relatively poor response to treatment. There is little research exploring physical therapists' perspectives on the management of the syndrome. The study objective was to investigate ph...
Author:Martin McCracken , Ronan McIvor
Data Source:[J].The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 2013, Vol.24 (8), pp.1685-1707Taylor & Francis
Abstract:Shared services arrangements have been increasing in prominence in the human resource (HR) field. Whilst much of the existing HR literature has focused on internally managed shared services arrangements, this paper reports on the experiences of a public sector organisation that e...
Author:Travor C. Brown , Martin McCracken , Tara-Lynn Hillier
Data Source:[J].Human Resource Development International, 2013, Vol.16 (4), pp.374-389Taylor & Francis
Abstract:Using evidence-based practices we designed goal setting interventions, used in conjunction with behavioural observation scales (BOS), to facilitate transfer from a 2-day performance coaching programme. A total of 210 managers from public sector organisations took part in the stud...
Author:Martin McCracken , Paula O'Kane ...
Data Source:[J].Human Resource Management Journal, 2017, Vol.27 (1), pp.58-74Wiley
Abstract:Abstract(#br)The human resources business partner (HRBP) role is advocated as a way for human resource (HR) professionals and the HR profession to become more strategic and less transactional, necessitating the development of different competencies. Few researchers have exam...
Author:Martin McCracken
Data Source:[J].Human Resource Development International, 2004, Vol.7 (4), pp.501-517Taylor & Francis
Abstract:Against a background of continuing upheaval and change (increased competition and technological advances), an analysis of the barriers to participation in learning was undertaken through in-depth interviews with a sample of 61 mid-career managers from five of the largest life ass...
Author:Travor Brown , Martin McCracken , Paula O'Kane
Data Source:[J].Human Resource Development International, 2011, Vol.14 (4), pp.465-481Taylor & Francis
Abstract:Reflective learning journals (RLJs), containing qualitative data from 75 union and non-union participants in a leadership development programme, were examined in order to assess their utility as a mechanism for facilitating transfer, assessing transfer and evaluating training. Th...
Author:Ronan McIvor , Martin McCracken , Marie McHugh
Data Source:[J].European Management Journal, 2011, Vol.29 (6), pp.448-461Elsevier
Abstract:Summary(#br)Shared services arrangements have been viewed as a strategy for achieving efficiencies and improved service in back-office functions such as finance and accounting, human resource, and procurement. Organisations have been increasingly turning to vendors to implement a...
Author:Colin Lindsay , Martin McCracken , Ronald W. McQuaid
Data Source:[J].Journal of Rural Studies, 2003, Vol.19 (2), pp.187-200Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This paper analyses the barriers to work faced by long- and short-term unemployed people in remote rural labour markets. Applying a broad concept of ‘employability’ as an analytical framework, it considers the attributes and experiences of 190 job seekers (22% o...
Author:Martin McCracken , Norma Heaton
Data Source:[J].Human Resource Management Journal, 2012, Vol.22 (2), pp.182-198Wiley
Abstract:Many authors have studied how the HRM function has evolved. A fundamental recurring theme in the literature centres upon the role HRM should play to ensure it adds real value to organisations. This article seeks to contribute to the ongoing debate surrounding the HRM role by repo...

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