Human resources, Public relations, Pedagogy, Knowledge management and Management are his primary areas of study. His Human resources research focuses on Research design and how it relates to Management science and Personnel policy. His studies deal with areas such as Higher education, Transferable skills analysis, Empirical research and Personnel selection as well as Public relations.
He has included themes like Critical success factor, Transition and Competence in his Pedagogy study. His Knowledge management research incorporates elements of Function and Diversity. His Management study incorporates themes from Epistemology, Thematic analysis, Content analysis and Corporate Education.
His main research concerns Human resources, Pedagogy, Public relations, Knowledge management and Management. His Human resources research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Context and Engineering ethics. His work carried out in the field of Pedagogy brings together such families of science as Higher education and Competence.
Jim Stewart mainly focuses on Human resources, Surgery, Knowledge management, Context and Action learning. His biological study deals with issues like Engineering ethics, which deal with fields such as Scope. His work on Stent as part of general Surgery research is frequently linked to In patient, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Knowledge management study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Research Excellence Framework. The Context study combines topics in areas such as Workforce, Globalization and Digital Revolution. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Higher education under Mathematics education, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Pedagogy.
Jim Stewart mainly investigates Human resources, Human resource management, Public relations, Higher education and Engineering ethics. In his works, Jim Stewart performs multidisciplinary study on Human resources and Kingdom. His studies in Human resource management integrate themes in fields like Scope, Argument, New Ventures, Dynamic capabilities and Microfoundations.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Promotion, Race, Harassment, Equity and Social research. His Higher education study combines topics in areas such as Mathematics education and Pedagogy. He interconnects Work context, Research Assessment Exercise and Metatheory in the investigation of issues within Engineering ethics.
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Human resource development in small organizations
Rosemary Hill;Jim Stewart.
The Death of White Sociology
Joyce A. Ladner;James B. Stewart.
The economics of identity: The origin and persistence of racial identity norms
William A. Darity;William A. Darity;Patrick L. Mason;James B. Stewart.
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization (2006)
What is HRD? A definitional review and synthesis of the HRD domain
Bob Hamlin;Jim Stewart.
The globalization of the labour market for health‐care professionals
Paul F. Clark;James B. Stewart;Darlene A. Clark.
Becoming a leader: A co-produced autoethnographic exploration of situated learning of leadership practice
Stephen Kempster;James Stewart.
Human resource development : perspectives, strategies and practice
Jim Stewart;Jim McGoldrick.
Managing Change Through Training and Development
Factors influencing learning in European learning oriented organisations: issues for management
Sally Sambrook;Jim Stewart.
Doctoral supervision . . . a view from above, below and the middle!
Sally Sambrook;Jim Stewart;Clair Roberts.
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