Before she became an I-O psychologist, Courtney Keim worked as a server and bartender. In this second part of a two-part episode, Dr. Keim reflects on why bartenders make good I-O psychologists, how she chose I-O psych by a process of elimination, and how to read the early warning signs […]
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 Administrative Officer of Girl […]
Should we should spend less time testing our own theories and more time testing business practices as they’re actually implemented in organizations? Can I-O psychologists improve Lean Management? What’s the difference between testing and debunking? All this, and more, in my interview with Dr. Sy Islam (Talent Metrics Consulting, Farmingdale […]
Everyone who earns a PhD has a story to tell, but some stories are more interesting than others. Unfortunately, what makes a story interesting is hardship. Today’s guest, Dr. Daniel Krantz, a freshly-minted PhD in I-O psych from the University of Akron, had to overcome more than his share of […]
Bonus material from my recent interview with David Copeland, author of Success as a Psychology Major.