Tonight I’m joined by Sara Perry, Assistant Professor of Management at Baylor University, to talk about the great and terrible experiment in remote work that many American workers are now experiencing. What, if anything, does the research have to tell us about implementing remote work programs under conditions like these? […]
Author: Ben Butina, Ph.D.
Originally published on LinkedIn Last week you were managing a traditional team, the kind where everyone works together in the same building. Today you’re managing a virtual team. This is no time for feel-good bullshit, so here’s the hard truth: this is going to be very, very tough. The more […]
Dr. Restner, a board-certified oncologist, specializes in the treatment of melanoma, a dangerous form of skin cancer. His go-to treatments include massive doses of castor oil, an alkaline diet, and something called electrohomeopathy. If Dr. Restner were a real person, he would quickly be stripped of his medical license and […]
Let’s meet Aaron Halliday, IO psychologist and data scientist. How did he end up in both worlds? What can IO psych offer data science and vice versa? How can an IO psych nerd go about learning more about all this stuff? You can connect with Aaron on LinkedIn and learn more about […]
A woman named Andrea Healy has been promoted to chief administrative and human resource officer at North Brookfield Savings Bank. Pretty typical press release, but this caught my eye: She has most recently completed an MBA in industrial organizational psychology from Anna Maria College. Telegram.com An MBA in industrial organizational […]
Listener Lindsey Lane asks, “…for a long time I have heard of people combining consulting and academia into one career (i.e., professors that consult on the side). Does this really happen?” Yes, L3, after a long day of teachin’, researchin’, publishin’, and committee chairin’, some profs unwind by pouring themselves a tall, […]
Gibson–who earned her master’s and Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Virginia Tech–has been appointed Dean of the David B. O’Maley College of Business at Embry-Riddle. Read the press release here.
Soft and strong. Studies consistently show the most promising careers now require “softer” relationship-oriented abilities paired with strong analytical skills…Situated at the nexus of these needs is the field of industrial and organizational psychology. Cody Cox Make no mistake, this is marketing. But it’s a notch above the typical promotional […]
In this episode, I coach “Jeff” (not his real name) who is struggling with a career decision. He’s finishing up a Master’s in IO Psych and an MBA and he can’t decide whether to pursue a PhD or jump right into the workforce. This isn’t scripted or rehearsed–we’re really talking […]
Dr. William Gabrenya (Florida Institute of Technology) and Dr. Yumiko Mochinushi (Texas A&M University) wrote this paper on “the experiences and challenges encountered by people who live and work outside of their home societies and introduces some of the solutions currently available to meet these challenges.” Read Culture and Overseas […]