Individual leaders are crucial to the success of overarching corporate social responsibility initiatives.
After I graduate, I have the short-term goal of getting a job and the long-term goal of having a successful career. What skills do I need to accomplish each goal? Are they the same skills or different ones? A new study suggests that one set of skills is extremely important both on the job hunt and in building a successful career.
The days of single country business teams are fast falling behind us. In the modern global marketplace most successful companies are multi-national. A negotiating team may consist of members from many countries, or even many continents. So, how does that affect negotiating style? Is negotiating as a team more effective? A new study suggests that based on the culture of the negotiators different tactics are more effective.
Success in business negotiation is success in business. An invisible factor could be affecting how people react to your negotiation strategy. If you are negotiating across cultures, it’s possible you are missing an important dynamic: how your culture is perceived by the other negotiating party.
Topic: Assessment, Personality, Selection Publication: Industrial and Organizational Psychology Article: Personality testing and Industrial Organizational Psychology: A productive exchange and some future directions. Blogger: Benjamin Granger In an overview of the current state of personality testing in organizations, Oswald and Hough (2008) take on several perspectives and present some important ideas for research and practice in the
Topic: Assessment, Selection, Staffing Publication: Industrial and Org. Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice Article: Stubborn reliance on human nature in employee selection: statistical decision aids are evolutionarily novel. Blogger: Benjamin Granger In a previous blog titled “Intuition vs. Science: The Battle Rages On!”, I wrote on Highhouse’s (2008) article which called attention to the disparity between
Topic: Assessment, Selection, Staffing Publication: Industrial and Org. Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice Article: Stubborn reliance on intuition and subjectivity in employee selection. Blogger: Benjamin Granger How do typical organizations make hiring decisions? More specifically, do employers tend to prefer selection decision aids supported by research, or do they tend to prefer the use