Peer Reviewed Research Articles

The following research articles were either produced by IOE staff or the article authors utilized IOE data in their research. Articles cover a range of topics, including organizational theory, social capital, professional development, utilization of technology in social services and employee engagement. Articles are available for download and a full citation list can be found below.

ArticleAuthorCitationPDF
Influence of Workplace Features on Child Welfare Service QualityFaulkner, Monica, and Borah, ElisaFaulkner, Monica, and Borah, Elisa. 2008. ” Influence of Workplace Features on Child Welfare Service Quality.”Professional
Development: The International Journal of Continuing Social
Work Education 11(3): 36-49.
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Meeting Transformational Challenges: Continuing Education and LeadershipKelly, Michael J., and Lauderdale, MichaelKelly, Michael J., and Michael Lauderdale. 2003. “Meeting Transformational Challenges: Continuing Education and Leadership.”Professional Development: The International Journal of Continuing Social Work Education 6(2): 32-39.PDF
Building Social Capital and Creating Innovation in OrganizationsKelly, Michael J., Landuyt, Noel, and Lauderdale, MichaelKelly, Michael, Noel Landuyt, and Michael Lauderdale. 2008. “Building Social Capital and Creating Innovation in Organizations.”Professional Development: The International Journal of Continuing Social Work Education 11(3): 8-16.PDF
Teamwork as a Remedy to Prevent Turnover amongst U.S. Public Child Welfare WorkersKyonne, JinmanKyonne, Jinman. 2008. “Teamwork as a Remedy to Prevent Turnover amongst U.S. Public Child Welfare Workers.”Professional Development: The International Journal of Continuing Social Work Education 11(3): 50-60.PDF
Internet Technology and the Assessment of Supervisors: A Unique Perspective for Professional Development and Continuing EducationLanduyt, NoelLanduyt, Noel. “Internet Technology and the Assessment of Supervisors: A Unique Perspective for Professional Development and Continuing Education.”Professional Development: The International Journal of Continuing Social Work Education 1 (1999): 44-48.PDF
Social Capial: Implications for Human Service Organizations and Child WelfareMontana, SalvadorMontana, Salvador. “Social Capial: Implications for Human Service Organizations and Child Welfare.”Professional Development: The International Journal of Continuing Social Work Education 3 (2008): 17-29.PDF
Explaining Turnover Intention in the Public Sector. Examining the Roles of Gender, Life Cycle and LoyaltyMoynihan, Donald P. and Landuyt, NoelMoynihan, Donald P. and Noel Landuyt. 2008. “Explaining Turnover Intention in the Public Sector. Examining the Roles of Gender, Life Cycle and Loyalty.”Review of PublicPersonnel Administration 28(2): 120-143.PDF
How do Public Organizations Learn? Bridging Structural and Cultural DividesMoynihan, Donald P. and Landuyt, NoelMoynihan, Donald P. and Noel Landuyt. 2009. “How do Public Organizations Learn? Bridging Structural and Cultural Divides.” Public Administration Review. 69(6): 1097-1105.PDF
Organizational Excellence and Employee Retention in Social Work.Yoon, Dong Pil, and Kelly, MichaelYoon, Dong Pil, and Michael Kelly. 2008. “Organizational Excellence and Employee Retention in Social Work.”Professional Development: The International Journal of Continuing Social Work Education 11(3): 30-35.PDF
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