James Vardaman
James Vardaman
Professor and Free Enterprise Chair of Excellence, University of Memphis
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Retaining talent: Replacing misconceptions with evidence-based strategies
DG Allen, PC Bryant, JM Vardaman
Academy of management Perspectives 24 (2), 48-64, 2010
Toward a comprehensive understanding of readiness for change: The case for an expanded conceptualization
DT Holt, JM Vardaman
Journal of change management 13 (1), 9-18, 2013
Nonfamily members in family firms: A review and future research agenda
W Tabor, JJ Chrisman, K Madison, JM Vardaman
Family Business Review 31 (1), 54-79, 2018
The role of perceived organizational support in individual change readiness
R Gigliotti, J Vardaman, DR Marshall, K Gonzalez
Journal of change management 19 (2), 86-100, 2019
Ethical climate and pro-social rule breaking in the workplace
JM Vardaman, MB Gondo, DG Allen
Human Resource Management Review 24 (1), 108-118, 2014
Balancing dangers
HM Levitt, E Ovrebo, MB Anderson-Cleveland, C Leone, JY Jeong, ...
Journal of Counseling Psychology 56 (1), 67, 2009
Impact of SBAR on Nurse Shift Reports and Staff Rounding.
P Cornell, M Townsend Gervis, L Yates, JM Vardaman
Medsurg nursing 23 (5), 2014
Socioemotional wealth conflict in family firms
JM Vardaman, MB Gondo
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 38 (6), 1317-1322, 2014
Analytical mindsets in turnover research
DG Allen, JI Hancock, JM Vardaman, DN Mckee
Journal of Organizational Behavior 35 (S1), S61-S86, 2014
Beyond communication: The role of standardized protocols in a changing health care environment
JM Vardaman, P Cornell, MB Gondo, JM Amis, M Townsend-Gervis, ...
Health care management review 37 (1), 88-97, 2012
Interpreting change as controllable: The role of network centrality and self-efficacy
JM Vardaman, JM Amis, BP Dyson, PM Wright, R Van de Graaff Randolph
Human Relations 65 (7), 835-859, 2012
Translating intentions to behavior: The interaction of network structure and behavioral intentions in understanding employee turnover
JM Vardaman, SG Taylor, DG Allen, MB Gondo, JM Amis
Organization Science 26 (4), 1177-1191, 2015
Improving shift report focus and consistency with the situation, background, assessment, recommendation protocol
P Cornell, MT Gervis, L Yates, JM Vardaman
JONA: The Journal of Nursing Administration 43 (7/8), 422-428, 2013
Social comparisons and organizational support: Implications for commitment and retention
JM Vardaman, DG Allen, RF Otondo, JI Hancock, LM Shore, BL Rogers
Human relations 69 (7), 1483-1505, 2016
We are friends but are we family? Organizational identification and nonfamily employee turnover
JM Vardaman, DG Allen, BL Rogers
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 42 (2), 290-309, 2018
Should I stay or should I go? The role of risk in employee turnover decisions
JM Vardaman, DG Allen, RW Renn, KR Moffitt
Human Relations 61 (11), 1531-1563, 2008
Interdisciplinary rounds and structured communication reduce re-admissions and improve some patient outcomes
M Townsend-Gervis, P Cornell, JM Vardaman
Western Journal of Nursing Research 36 (7), 917-928, 2014
Implementing childhood obesity policy in a new educational environment: the cases of Mississippi and Tennessee
JM Amis, PM Wright, B Dyson, JM Vardaman, H Ferry
American journal of public health 102 (7), 1406-1413, 2012
Mentoring in family businesses: Toward an understanding of commitment outcomes
AJ Dhaenens, LE Marler, JM Vardaman, JJ Chrisman
Human Resource Management Review 28 (1), 46-55, 2018
Retaining nurses in a changing health care environment: The role of job embeddedness and self-efficacy
JM Vardaman, BL Rogers, LE Marler
Health care management review 45 (1), 52-59, 2020
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