A Publication of the Academy of Human Resource Development
Advances in Developing Human Resources (ADHR) is a quarterly journal whose single Issues explore and examine discrete topics. Its unique features include:
Research to Practice: ADHR focuses on the issues that help you work more effectively in human resource development. The journal spans the realms of performance, learning, and integrity within an organizational context. Balancing theory and practice, each Issue of the journal is devoted to a different topic central to the development of human resources. ADHR has covered subjects as wide-ranging and vital as performance improvement, action learning, on-the-job training, informal learning, work-life balance, career development and HRD, leadership, and the philosophical foundations of HRD practice.
Current and Concise: Each Issue of ADHR focuses on a single topic of importance to HRD professionals. Special guest editors lead each Issue. Experts in their specific fields, they coordinate papers from some of the most noted professionals in HRD today. Each special Issue is comprehensive yet concise, giving full coverage to each specific subject area.
Dynamic and Relevant: ADHR is easy to read and is highly relevant to both scholars and practitioners. Dealing with the demands of the global economy a diverse workforce can be difficult. From ethics to on-the-job training, from leadership development to action learning to cultural competence, ADHR gives you a quick, easy-to-use reference on each area important in your practice. Complete your library of HRD literature with the comprehensive coverage in ADHR – the essential tool for human resource development specialists.
Each Issue of Advances in Developing Human Resources is available for course adoption or for use in a training environment. Multiple quantity discounts apply.
For more information about submitting a proposal, or to submit a proposal to ADHR, please contact:
Kimberly S. McDonald, Ph.D.,
Editor-in-Chief Advances in Developing Human Resources
Indiana-Purdue University, Fort Wayne
College of Engineering, Technology, & Computer Science
2101 Coliseum Blvd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46805
Guidelines for ADHR Issue Editors
Each Issue of ADHR focuses on a significant problem or timely Issue related to the development of human resources in organizations and the larger society in which HRD functions. Issue Editors and article authors need to speak clearly and confidently about the theory, research, and best practices in a voice that can be understood by the greatest number of readers. While ADHR does not always report new research, what is reported must be grounded in and consistent with the best and latest research.Organization of the Special Issue. It is preferred that special Issues of ADHR be structured around problems, but this is not a requirement. Innovation in the content and organization of the monograph is encouraged. Short pullouts or sidebar stories or illustrations are also encouraged to break up the text and reading.
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The Issue Editor is responsible for overseeing revision and final editing of all articles in the Issue. Once the final manuscript is submitted, it will go through standard copy editing and page proofs that will be sent to the Issue Editor and Editor-in-Chief. Issue Editors are responsible for communicating with authors about edits and gaining their approvals as needed.
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|Frequency:||Quarterly||eISSN: 1552-3055||ISSN: 1523-4223|
|Months of Distribution:||February , May , August , November||Current Volume: 15||Current Issue: 2|
|Other Titles in:||Human Resource Development | Human Resource Management|