Podcast

Rob Briner on Evidence-Based IO

Wait a minute, isn’t all IO Psychology evidence-based? Isn’t that kind of our deal? In this episode, Rob Briner joins me to talk about EBP and how it applies to our world. Rob was also kind enough to write up…


Alan Colquitt on Talent

Does performance management work? Should we spend more on high-potentials? Are we ever going to get better at predicting job performance? Listen to Alan Colquitt patiently explain why I am wrong about nearly everything related to performance management, job selection,…


Advice for Pavel Smirnov

Pavel Smirnov is working in retail in Brooklyn while he goes to Hofstra part-time for IO. Can he get a job in the field now or should he stick it out for another year and a half until his internship…


Eric Knudsen on Quality of Hire

If I asked the average businessperson what they know about IO Psychology, I’m pretty sure the answer would include “hiring” and “measurement.” Yet, very few companies measure the quality-of-hire (QoH). In this episode, Eric Knudsen, Ph.D. talks about how he…


Nick Salter on Getting IO into Intro Psych

Remember learning about IO psych in your Introduction to Psychology class? Yeah, me neither. Nick Salter joins us to talk about the SIOP’s GIT (Getting I-O into Introductory Psychology Textbooks) Task Force. Show Links GIT: Getting I-O Into Introductory Psychology…


Harry Crane & Ryan Martin on Researchers.One

Peer-reviewed journals are like the weather. Everyone complains, but no one does anything about it. Well, mad statisticians Harry Crane and Ryan Martin did something. They developed a radical new platform for scholarly publishing that incorporates many of the features the rest…




Michael Chetta & Sy Islam Debate the MBA

If you’re getting a graduate degree in IO Psych, is it worth it to get an MBA, too? In this episode, friends and business partners Mike Chetta and Sy Islam debate the issue and talk about their own adventures with…


Overqualified Advice

Dr. Adrian Walton wants to work in organizational psychology, but his co-workers are telling him not to mention his PhD on his resume or LinkedIn profile because he’ll be written off as overqualified. What do you think? Vote in the Twitter…