Professor Kuchinke's current research focuses on two areas: The education and training of educators working in human resource development settings in for-profit and not-for-profit organizations around the world as these professional lead learning initiatives to foster organizational and individual growth and development. Professor Kuchinke further explores the changing meaning of working as technological, economic, political, and social forces bring unprecedented rates of change to individuals, families, organizations, and countries. In both research areas, Professor Kuchinke is published widely and is a sought-after lecturer and presenter at national and international conferences and universities and organizations around the world.
I teach in the areas of organization and leadership development. My current research interests include the role of work in overall life design, self-directed career behaviors, and cross-cultural differences in career preparation and development.
Additional Campus Affiliations
Professor Emeritus, Education Policy, Organization and Leadership
Kuchinke, K. P. (2023). Phenomenology and Human Resource Development: Philosophical Foundations and Implication for Research. Human Resource Development Review, 22(1), 36-58. https://doi.org/10.1177/15344843221139352
Kuchinke, K. P., Cho, Y., Crocco, O. S., Cseh, M., Han, H., & McLean, G. N. (2022). Indigenous Research in HRD: Perspectives and a Call for Contributions. Human Resource Development Review, 21(4), 374-390. https://doi.org/10.1177/15344843221125837
Peter Kuchinke, K., Ardichvili, A., Wocken, L., Seo, J., & Bovornusvakool, W. (2022). Leadership development for undergraduate students at U.S. universities: The case for HRD research and practice†. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 33(4), E13-E21. https://doi.org/10.1002/hrdq.21309
Kuchinke, K. P., & Ardichvili, A. (2021). Leadership education for undergraduate students: Strengthening career readiness at U.S. Universities. In Opening and Extending Vocational Education (pp. 211-234). Peter Lang Publishing.
Kuchinke, K. P. (2020). Will Better Theories Help Natasha? Two Recent HRDR Articles Address the State of Research in Our Field. Human Resource Development Review, 19(2), 117-121. https://doi.org/10.1177/1534484320922332