Dr. Dyke is Director of the Centre for Research and Education on Women and Work at Carleton University. Her research focuses on careers, the changing workplace and women in management.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Assessing the Behavioural Change and Organizational Outcomes Resulting from Management Training

This research examines Kirkpatrick’s (1959) framework on training evaluation. Results indicate that utility reactions are good indicators of potential training transfer.

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Employment Inequities and Minority Women: The Role of Wage Devauation

This analysis suggests that the segregation of minority women in occupations leads to the depression of wage levels in these occupations.

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Founding Values, Community and Diversity: Canada and the U.S. Compared

Contradictory survey results regarding national values and diversity are reconciled by a discussion of the importance of shared community values as the basis of tolerance for differences.

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Culture Change Drivers in the Public Sector

This longitudinal study of 51 government organizations identifies leadership turnover and human resources practices as key drivers of organizational culture change.

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The Role of Language and Career Management Self-efficacy in the Career Adjustment of Immigrant Women

Guided by social cognitive career theory this study explores the mechanisms through which language and career management skills affect the career adjustment of immigrant women in Canada.

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