Competence and Gender Issues at Work
Appendix 3: List of articles used for analysis of competence discourse
APPENDICES 1/10/03 12:37 PM Page 9 Appendix 3 List of articles used for analysis of competence discourse Alderson, S. (1993), ‘Reframing management competence: focusing on the top management team’, Personnel Review, 22 (6), 53–62. Allen, K. (1991), ‘Personnel management on the line. How middle managers view the function’, Personnel Management, June, 40–43. Arkin, A. (1991), ‘Turning managers into assessors’, Personnel Management, November, 49–51. Arnold, J. and Davey, K.M. (1992), ‘Self-ratings and supervisor rating of graduate employees’ competences during early career’, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 65 (3), 235–50. Brown, R.B. (1993), ‘Meta-competence: a recipe for reframing the competence debate’, Personnel Review, 22 (6), 25–36. Burdett, J. (1993), ‘Crafting tomorrow’s leadership today. A practitioner’s view of succession and replacement planning’, International Journal of Manpower, 14 (8), 23–33. Cockerill, T. (1989), ‘The kind of competence for rapid change’, Personnel Management, September, 52–6. Cofsky, K. (1993), ‘Critical keys to competency-based pay’, Compensation and Benefits Review, 25 (6), 46–50. Dulewicz, V. (1989), ‘Assessment centres as the route to competence’, Personnel Management, November, 56–9. Dulewicz, V. (1991), ‘Improving assessment centres’, Personnel Management, June, 50–55. Evans, J. (1994), ‘Sorting out HR matters on site’, Personnel Management plus, March, 28–9. Evans, P. (1990), ‘International management development and the balance between generalism and professionalism’, Personnel Management, December, 46–50. Fletcher, C. (1993), ‘Appraisal: an idea whose time has gone?’, Personnel Management, September, 34–7. Harris, T. George (1993), ‘The post-capitalist executive: an interview 185...
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