Katie and Mike Sliter are an IO supercouple. In this episode, they talk about the differences between the classroom and the real world, working from home, and the joys of cajun food. Episode Links: Katie Sliter (Email) Mike Sliter (Email) FurstPerson Yats
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We all know that long assessments cause job applicants to drop out of the selection process. Wait…do we know that? In this episode, we talk to Alison Carr, a consultant for Shaker, and Dr. Jay Hardy, Assistant Professor in the College of Business at Oregon State University. Alison and Jay […]
Nathan Thompson, Chief Product Officer for Assessment Systems Corporation (ASC), defends computerized adaptive testing from a hostile cross-examination. You can read Dr. Thompson’s blog here, or connect with him on LinkedIn, Twitter, or email. Click here for Dr. Thompson’s recommended introduction to CAT. He also recommended the book Item Response Theory for […]
We love to talk about bridging the gap between research and practice, but Tiffany Poeppelman is doing it. Tiffany, a Senior Sales Performance Consultant and Speaker at LinkedIn, shares her experiences conducting an experiment in the workplace. Along the way, we get some advice on choosing research questions, dealing with […]