Prof. Dr. Nicky Dries
Prof. Dr. Nicky Dries
KU Leuven & BI Norwegian Business School
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The meaning of talent in the world of work
E Gallardo-Gallardo, N Dries, TF González-Cruz
Global talent management, 33-58, 2018
The psychology of talent management: A review and research agenda
N Dries
Human Resource Management Review 23 (4), 272-285, 2013
Exploring four generations' beliefs about career: Is “satisfied” the new “successful”?
N Dries, R Pepermans, E De Kerpel
Journal of managerial Psychology 23 (8), 907-928, 2008
Talent—Innate or acquired? Theoretical considerations and their implications for talent management
MC Meyers, M Van Woerkom, N Dries
Human Resource Management Review 23 (4), 305-321, 2013
Antecedents and outcomes of objective versus subjective career success: Competing perspectives and future directions
D Spurk, A Hirschi, N Dries
Journal of management 45 (1), 35-69, 2019
Career success: Constructing a multidimensional model
N Dries, R Pepermans, O Carlier
Journal of vocational behavior 73 (2), 254-267, 2008
Towards an understanding of talent management as a phenomenon-driven field using bibliometric and content analysis
E Gallardo-Gallardo, S Nijs, N Dries, P Gallo
Human resource management review 25 (3), 264-279, 2015
A multidisciplinary review into the definition, operationalization, and measurement of talent
S Nijs, E Gallardo-Gallardo, N Dries, L Sels
Journal of World Business 49 (2), 180-191, 2014
The role of perceived organizational justice in shaping the outcomes of talent management: A research agenda
J Gelens, N Dries, J Hofmans, R Pepermans
Human Resource Management Review 23 (4), 341-353, 2013
“Real” high‐potential careers: An empirical study into the perspectives of organisations and high potentials
N Dries, R Pepermans
Personnel Review 37 (1), 85-108, 2007
Talent management and organisational justice: Employee reactions to high potential identification
J Gelens, J Hofmans, N Dries, R Pepermans
Human Resource Management Journal 24 (2), 159-175, 2014
The role of learning agility and career variety in the identification and development of high potential employees
N Dries, T Vantilborgh, R Pepermans
Personnel Review 41 (3), 340-358, 2012
Career adapt-abilities scale—Netherlands form: Psychometric properties and relationships to ability, personality, and regulatory focus
AEM van Vianen, UC Klehe, J Koen, N Dries
Journal of Vocational Behavior 80 (3), 716-724, 2012
Employee reactions to talent management: Assumptions versus evidence
G De Boeck, MC Meyers, N Dries
Journal of Organizational Behavior 39 (2), 199-213, 2018
Applying a talent management lens to career management: The role of human capital composition and continuity
A De Vos, N Dries
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (9), 1816-1831, 2013
How to identify leadership potential: Development and testing of a consensus model
N Dries, R Pepermans
Human Resource Management 51 (3), 361-385, 2012
The Career Satisfaction Scale: Response bias among men and women
J Hofmans, N Dries, R Pepermans
Journal of vocational behavior 73 (3), 397-403, 2008
The meaning of career success: Avoiding reification through a closer inspection of historical, cultural, and ideological contexts
N Dries
Career Development International 16 (4), 364-384, 2011
HR managers’ talent philosophies: prevalence and relationships with perceived talent management practices
MC Meyers, M van Woerkom, J Paauwe, N Dries
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 31 (4), 562-588, 2020
Proactive career behaviors and subjective career success: The moderating role of national culture
A Smale, S Bagdadli, R Cotton, S Dello Russo, M Dickmann, A Dysvik, ...
Journal of organizational behavior 40 (1), 105-122, 2019
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