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<p><b>Washington, D.C. &mdash; Feb. 12</b><br/>The Human Capital Institute (HCI), a global professional association and educator in talent management strategies, and Southern Methodist University&#39;s Cox School of Business Executive Education, have announced that Dr. Miguel Quinones, award-winning professor, author and organizational consultant, will speak at a networking breakfast for the Dallas-Forth Worth business and professional community.</p> <p>The event, sponsored by Padgett Performance Group and Delta Dallas Staffing, will be Thursday, March 1, from 7:30 to 9 a.m. (CST) on South Methodist University&#39;s campus in the James M. Collins Executive Education Center Auditorium, 3150 Binkley Ave.</p><p>Quinones&#39; presentation, &quot;Implementing Innovative Talent Management Strategies: Barriers and Solutions,&quot; will identify typical barriers that impede dissemination of HR policies and practices and provide solutions to overcome these barriers.</p> <p>&quot;It is now common wisdom that the key role of HR is as a strategic partner that helps drive business outcomes. However, turning HR strategies into implemented policies and practices across an organization is often a stumbling block for many HR professionals,&quot; said Allan Schweyer, HCI president and executive director. &quot;In this important presentation, Mickey Quinones will examine the empirical evidence linking HR strategies and practices with organizational outcomes.&quot;</p> <p>Quinones is the Marilyn and Leo Corrigan Endowed Professor of Management and Organizations at Southern Methodist Univerity&#39;s Cox School of Business and the recipient of several prestigious academic awards, fellowships and grants, including a U.S. Fulbright Scholar grant.</p> <p>Quinones also serves as a private consultant with expertise in human resource management, developing organizational capabilities and organizational change. His clients have included PeopleAnswers, Chevron, Anthem, Minute Maid and NASA.</p> <p>Quinones is co-author of the book, &quot;Training for a Rapidly Changing Workplace: Applications of Psychological Research,&quot; and contributor to mnay distinguished books on psychological perspectives training and the workplace. </p><p>He has also contributed articles to various scholarly publications, including the <b>Journal of Applied Psychology</b>, <b>Journal of Business Research</b> and <b>Human Resource Development Quarterly</b>.</p> <p>Quinones holds an master&#39;s degree and a doctorate in industrial/organizational psychology from Michigan State University, as well as a bachelor&#39;s degree in psychology from Texas A&amp;M University.</p> <p>There is no charge for the SMU event, and it is open to the public. </p>

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