“We address this opportunity by examining organizational ghosts, former organizational members who become the ideal prototype of an organization’s values and identity. Drawing on qualitative data from an organizational merger, our analysis revealed that admired and adored leaders with broad exposure became embodied organizational prototypes. After organizational exit, they became organizational ghosts, […]
“For too long, organizational science has implicitly or explicitly endorsed job performance as the ultimate criterion (or the bottom line for organizational performance). We propose that a broader vision of well-being—or optimal functioning—should be the ultimate criterion. This conceptualization does not preclude performance but rather encompasses performance while including many other important […]
A degree in I-O psych can prepare you for a whole bunch of cool jobs. But don’t take my word for it. Check out the links below. (This page is continually updated. Be sure to bookmark it and come back later for more recent entries.) Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer […]
You can become the Vice President and Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Officer at Unisys. Or maybe the Executive Vice President of Human Resources and Talent Management at Ocean’s Healthcare. Or maybe you can develop the NFL Player Assessment Test.
Become the Deputy City Manager of Valdosta, GA. Catherine Ammons, one of Valdosta’s new Deputy City Managers “holds a bachelor of public administration from Fayetteville State University, a master’s of organizational leadership and development from Grand Canyon University, and a master’s of organizational and industrial psychology from Walden University. She […]