Here at GQ, we love restaurants and desperately want them to be better to the people who make them such a joy to dine in. So we put six chefs in a room—a mix of old guard and new guard, restaurateurs with empires and chefs who are still in the […]
Colquitt kept arguing. No dice. After a couple of years, exhausted and ready for a career shift anyway, he gave up…“I was pretty outraged by it all,” he says today. “What we do in organizations has very little relationship to what the science says we should do.” Sometimes, outsiders see […]
“With the company for just three years, Lam, who has a doctorate in industrial-organizational psychology, “has moved the organization from a ‘pencil and paper,’ ‘command and control’ culture to one that supports open communication and the development of all employees.” Hats off to Dr. Lam. Read the whole story here.
Jimmy Johnson picked up two Super Bowl rings and a national championship in a three-decade long career, but in all reality fell into coaching by chance. Johnson originally planned to be an industrial psychologist, putting his degree from the University of Arkansas to good use. Instead, he wound up with […]
Sportsmanship, a dimension of organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) is “an employee’s willingness to tolerate less-than-ideal working conditions and circumstances without complaining.” Source: Nielsen, T. M., Bachrach, D. G., Sundstrom, E., & Halfhill, T. R. (2012). Utility of OCB: Organizational citizenship behavior and group performance in a resource allocation framework. Journal of […]