Simulation Learning Methodology: Results From the Appalachian United States
Using a simulated learning environment, self-concept and individual antecedent measures are a baseline for determining instructional and business success.
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 3.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound), ISSN: 1447-9532,
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 163.172KB), ISSN: 1447-9583,
Dr. Decker is an Assistant Professor of Business at Lincoln Memorial University and currently resides in Niota, TN. She holds a Ph.D. in Human Resource Development, MBA, and BSBA degrees from The University of Tennessee. She recently completed an Advanced Professional Graduate Certificate Program with Argosy University with an emphasis in Marketing. Dr. Decker has held numerous industry, government, and education positions throughout the State of Tennessee and Kentucky and has authored several articles relating to self-efficacy for organizational effectiveness, training transfer, and program cost-effectiveness, and general human resource managerial skills. Her research emphasis consists of a focus on self-efficacious components of individual pursuits toward performance. Dr. Decker is a member of the American Society for Training and Development, Society for Human Resource Management, Association for Career and Technical Education, and Omicron Tau Theta. She was recently published in the book entitled Advances in Psychology Research and she just completed the recording of her first Gospel Music CD project.
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