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Dr. Conrad - Overview of UOPX Master's and PhD programs in I-O Psychology

Dr. Conrad - Overview of UOPX Master's and PhD programs in I-O Psychology

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  • PSYCH/710 is a high stakes course.  The evaluated RFP replaces a Master’s competency examination and should provide clear evidence of I-O professional quality, client-ready work.  Students who pass the course will have earned their Masters of Science in I-O Psychology.  This will entitle them to call themselves I-O practitioners and practice as psychologists in about half the states in the country.  This class and the evaluation of their work on the RFP is where we need to make sure we are confident they will represent the field and the university well.Our review standards are high.  Students should not think of this as “only a Master’s course” or as “just another course.”  PSYCH/710 is our credentialing examination for the Master’s degree.  The quality of work students submit reflects on the student,their advisor, the I-O Program, and the School of Advanced Studies.  When all the students presently in our program earn their Ph.D.s they will make up about 5% of the membership of SIOP.  They will be noticed and their quality will directly reflect on the quality of our program.
  • Many students who earn their PhD in I-O psychology become scientist-practitioners, working as internal or external consultants with the primary objectives to develop, implement, and assess strategies, improving the effectiveness and efficiency of individuals, teams, and organizations. As scientist–practitioners, major tasks of I-O practitioners are to identify opportunities and position themselves to win projects. To win work opportunities, I-O practitioners must consider pragmatic, academic, and theoretical aspects of a potential project. In many cases, practitioners must prepare a proposal to win the project and obtain the contract. An RFP is an invitation for vendors, suppliers, or consultants to submit a proposal to help an organization solve one or more business problems. Students may also respond to a request for bid (RFB) only if the request is for a project that will provide the student the opportunity to design an integrated solution that demonstrates their competence applying the concepts of I-O psychology.For the Master’s Project, students must first locate an open RFP. Open for the project means one that is less than 6 months old from the date the student begins working on it.. Many students have experienced difficulties finding RFPs because they do not understand how to construct appropriate specialized searches of the internet. Coaching them in this area can provide needed insights.
  • To summarize these are the main objectives of the I-O Master’s RFP project as the comprehensive exam for our Master’s level students.
  • The Master’s project runs parallel to 5 I-O Program courses and ends with Psych 710.During this time the student works with an I-O Faculty Advisor. However because this relationship is outside and in addition to normal Master’s level classes, it is extremely important for students to communicate regularly with their advisors reporting their progress and any difficulties.Most advisors will model the behavior of clients and leave most of the initiative for the project in the hands of the student.There are short reports required in the I-O classes that occur while the work on the project is proceeding. I-O advisors submit student progress reports at the end of the three phases that are aligned to the end of three of the courses students take during the project.
  • Students may select any approved advisor. It is recommended the student select an advisor who has a background either in the subject matter area of the RFP selected or in an area of strong career interest to the student.
  • Here is a summary of the courses which the students take while working on their RFP responses.
  • All students and advisors use the UOPX I-O Psychology Program Master’s RFP Project Handbook.This is available on the SAS website.
  • The School of Advanced Studies Document Webpage has been created as a central source for access to current copies of doctoral program documents. All I-O Master’s Program governing documents are posted here.Advisors and counselors should make sure students have downloaded and read the Master’s Project Handbook.
  • The RFP chosen must be open when selected (posted within 6 months of date student begins working on it), if it closes after they choose the RFP that is ok and to be expected.
  • Document 3 – The Theoretical and Philosophical Substantiation should be a scholarly document providing specific substantive support for the recommendations the student includes in their RFP response.Document 3 is similar to the literature review in a dissertation but not as extensive. It should, however, provide theory and research citations and summaries that directly support the recommendations in the proposal.Students will likely study their proposal, do preliminary planning for their response, then draft document 3. They will likely work back and forth between document 3 and document 2 as they complete their proposal and write the I-O research and theoretical support for the activities they propose.
  • By the end of PSYCH/707 the RFP response should be essentially completed. It needs to be submitted and reviewed by the faculty advisor.
  • Approval of the student’s master’s advisor is required for the student to take PSYCH/710. This normally occurs at the end of PSYCH/708. If not approved before the beginning of PSYCH/709 the student cannot register for PSYCH/710 and will need to wait for a later class. They may only register for the later class after their RFP response is approved by their advisor.
  • In part 3 of this presentation we will review the plan for the PSYCH/710 Master’s Project Class.
  • Students need to post professionally polished copies of their three project documents on the first day of class. Students who cannot do this or whose documents are not up to standard based on quick preliminary reviews are asked to drop the class and plan to retake it when they are ready.The active class discussions about RFPs begin on day 1 and require active student participation.
  • Students need to post professionally polished copies of their three project documents on the first day of class. Students who cannot do this or whose documents are not up to standard based on quick preliminary reviews are asked to drop the class and plan to retake it when they are ready.The active class discussions about RFPs begin on day 1 and require active student participation.
  • The course grade and capstone evaluation is based solely on the three documents of the RFP response. The documents are evaluated following the Evaluation Criteria Checklist in the Handbook and posted in the PSYCH/710 Class.Each document is scored on the content criteria listed and the overall project is scored for Comprehensiveness, Scholarly Writing, and APA Style.
  • Within 1 week of the end of the PSYCH/710 Class students and advisors will receive the Completed Project evaluation and annotated versions of all three RFP documents containing reviewer comments.
  • The Master’s of Science in I-O Psychology
  • Students who pass the project earn their Master’s of Science Degree in I-O Psychology. They are eligible to walk in UOPX graduation ceremonies for Master’s Degree graduates. Graduates are also eligible for admission into UOPX Ph.D. program for I-O Psychology.Beginning in September 2012, students progressing into the Ph.D. Program will take a 2 week SEM/700i course to help prepare them for doctoral level studies.Students who fail the RFP response, have one additional opportunity to complete the comprehensive. These students need to work with their Master’s advisors to address the issues identified in the scoring of their project. When the Master’s advisor is satisfied the project has been revised to reflect professional level work, to meet all the requirements on the evaluation checklist, and to address all critical comments in the review from the previous submission, the student can be approved to retake PSYCH/720R the next time it is offered.
  • Training Director & Career Counselor – Provides career counseling and guidance for employees, Identifies high potential employees, and oversees the executive development and training processes. Coordinates and facilitates 360º assessments, feedback and development sessions.Talent Manager - Designs and implements talent management strategic initiatives that develop high performing leaders, and prepare for future talent needs. Understands and develops the skills and capabilities of the entire workforceTrainer - Works within organizations developing and delivering employee training programs to functional areas, often within classroom settings. Some positions also require statistical data analysis and report development.Professional Development - Develops and implements tools and programs that support the development of employees. Assesses and analyzes organizational learning and staff development processes to improve effectiveness.
  • Training Director & Career Counselor – Provides career counseling and guidance for employees, Identifies high potential employees, and oversees the executive development and training processes. Coordinates and facilitates 360º assessments, feedback and development sessions.Talent Manager - Designs and implements talent management strategic initiatives that develop high performing leaders, and prepare for future talent needs. Understands and develops the skills and capabilities of the entire workforceTrainer - Works within organizations developing and delivering employee training programs to functional areas, often within classroom settings. Some positions also require statistical data analysis and report development.Professional Development - Develops and implements tools and programs that support the development of employees. Assesses and analyzes organizational learning and staff development processes to improve effectiveness.
  • Research Analyst or Manager - Researches social science projects that use statistical processes and data management tools for large data sets. Examines individual and organizational performance, program evaluation,  training design and evaluation, test design and validation, and employment recruitment, selection, and retention. Selection Systems Specialist, Analyst, or Manager - Develops, validates, updates and implements selection processes and retention initiatives for entry-level and supervisory positions. Designs selection systems to achieve an organization's mission and goals.Behavioral Analyst - Analyzes employee metrics and psychological assessment data and develops technical reports. Interprets and quantifies retention, product, and performance findings.Test and Measurement Specialist - Interviews and observes employees to understand job skills required, and using job analysis methodologies creates employment test plans and exams.
  • Human Resources Specialist or Manager - Provides leadership on talent, diversity, performance management, change management and organizational development. Provides coaching and development opportunities for organizational leaders. Creates and implements diversity action plans.Evaluation & Assessment Analyst or Manager - Strategizes, designs, develops, and executes evaluation and assessment plans for specific projects, initiatives and jobs.Research Analyst or Manager - Plans and executes quantitative data analyses, surveys and research projects for Human Resources Department.Workforce Insights Specialist, Analyst, or Manager - Provides for the integration, analysis and reporting of a variety of workforce data to enable fact-based business decisions. Applies this knowledge in key areas, such as selection and placement, training and development, organizational development and change, leadership, retention, performance measurement and evaluation, total rewards, and work-life quality.Selection Systems Specialist, Analyst, or Manager – Same job as under Research related positions but focused on Human Resources needs.
  • Professor - Teaches undergraduate and graduate I/O psychology courses as well as general psychology courses, such as social psychology, statistics, or introduction to psychology. Online teaching positions also available. Research responsibilities are often required in addition to teaching.Test and Measurement Specialist – Develops and validates assessments used in education or counseling.
  • Consultant - Either as a self-employed I/O consultant or as a consultant for a management psychology consulting firm, human resource consulting firm or any other firm specializing in I/O-related topics, provides expertise in a variety of areas, including compensation and benefits, talent management, executive coaching, leadership, selection processes, testing and evaluation, organizational development, change management, career planning, employment law, or training and development.Organizational Development Advisor - Consults with leaders and managers to assist them with all organizational development needs, including team building, group processes, visioning and goal setting. Develops and executes employee surveys and creates action plans based on results.Executive Coach – Confers with groups and individual managers and executives in a teaching and development process providing individual support while guiding the individual toward achievement of personal and or professional goals. This can be more or less clinically oriented depending upon the training of the I-O psychologist.Research Consultant - In-house research position that aids in the design and development of research projects and processes. Coordinates project steps with internal staff, project teams, and focus groups. Interprets statistical results and provides recommendations based on findings. Prepares research articles for journal and conference submission, and manages research studies with outside businesses, universities, and non-profit organizations.
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    • 1. Master’s Curriculum for UOPXDoctor of Philosophy PrograminIndustrial/OrganizationalPsychologyKelley A. Conrad, Ph.D.SAS FTAF – Doctor of Philosophy inIndustrial /Organizational Psychology1
    • 2. OverviewPart I – What is I-O Psychology?Part II – I-O Program Master’s RFP ProjectPart III – PSYCH/710 Capstone ComprehensiveAssessmentPart IV – I-O Master’s Degree ConfirmationPart V –I-O Doctoral Dissertation Residency I2
    • 3. What is I-O Psychology?Industrial-organizational (I-O) psychology isthe scientific study of the workplace.
    • 4. What is I/O Psychology?The Scientific Study of the WorkplaceThe rigor and methods of psychology are applied to issues ofcritical relevance to business and organizations.ExamplesTalent selection, job design, jobplacement, coaching, assessment, training, organizationaldevelopment, job performance, and work-life balance.4
    • 5. Where do I-O Psychologists work?(Silzer & Parson, 2011)5Academic43%Consulting33%Organizations15%Government6%Retired2%Unknown1%
    • 6. Academic Institutions (43% of Total employment)Academic Employment Subgroup PercentagesBusiness school/department (1) 660 47.6%Psychology department 590 42.6%University research (2) 66 4.8%Other educational institutions 36 2.6%Student (3) 15 1.1%Professional school (4) 11 0.8%Two-year college 8 0.6%1 - also includes OB and HRM departments2 - position has “research” in the title and is in a variety of other departments3 - includes PhD candidates and post-doctoral university positions4 - found primarily in professional schools of psychology(Silzer & Parson, 2011)6
    • 7. Private Consulting Practice (33% of Total)Consulting Employment SubgroupsIndependent practice (1) 412 39.0%Small consulting firm (2) 167 15.8%Large I-O consulting firm (3) 122 11.5%Self-employed (4) 121 11.5%Moderate-sized consulting firm (5) 83 7.9%HR Consulting firm (6) 65 6.2%Research consulting firm (7) 60 5.7%Research specialty consulting firm (8) 27 2.6%1 - firms with an official name and a solo member2 - smaller regional firms; appear to have at least two professional members3 - large national I/O & psychology focused firms (APT, DDI, Kenexa, PDINH, Valtera, etc.)4 - solo member with no formal firm name5 - well-known, moderate sized consulting firms6 - general HR consulting firms (AON, Hay, Hewitt, Korn-Ferry, Mercer, etc.)7 - large I-O research oriented firms - AIR, HumRRO, PDRI8 - all other research oriented firms (e.g. ACT, College Board, ETS, LIMRA, LOMA, etc.)(Silzer & Parson, 2011)7
    • 8. Industry (15% of total employment)Top ten company subgroups:Manufacturing 98 20.4%Financial Services 62 12.9%Consumer products 54 11.3%Nonfinancial services 49 10.2%Retail 44 9.2%Technology 35 7.3%Utilities 22 4.6%Healthcare services 21 4.4%Transportation 20 4.2%Consumer services 19 4.0%(Silzer & Parson, 2011)8
    • 9. Government (6% of total)Government Employment SubgroupsFederal government psychologist 56 26.8%Federal government research 46 22.0%Military research (1) 26 12.4%Local government personnel Psych 22 10.5%State government personnel Psych 19 9.1%Government healthcare org 17 8.1%Personnel psychologist 9 4.3%Military service (2) 5 2.4%Academic position 5 2.4%State government research 2 1.0%1 - Army, Navy, Air Force research groups2 - active duty(Silzer & Parson, 2011)9
    • 10. What I-O Practitioners DoHelp employers deal with employees fairlyLeadership and gender stereotypesWorkplace diversity and harassmentEvaluating work performanceHelp make jobs more interesting and satisfyingMotivation and performanceWork teamsJudgment and decision makingHelp workers be more productiveWork-Family balanceSelection and DevelopmentPersonality and work10
    • 11. UOPX PhD I-O Program GoalsDevelop a Community of I-O Scholar - Practitioner –LeadersDevelop Students as Future Stewards of I-OPsychologyBecome a Premier Graduate Program for I-OPsychology11
    • 12. I-O Ph.D. ProgramDesigned following SIOP Guidelines – 98 Credits – 5 yearsof study.Master’s of Science Degree earned en-route through 2 yearsof course work ending with a capstone comprehensiveMaster’s Project the preparation of an response to aRequest For Proposal (RFP) guided by Master’s AdvisorPh.D. earned through 2 residencies and 3 years of additionalstudy ending with a Comprehensive Exam and aDissertation and Oral Defense12
    • 13. Two AdvisorsMaster’s Project AdvisorBetween RES/741 and PSYCH/710Practicing I-O Practitioner with RFP ExperienceGuides and supports students on Master’s ProjectDoctoral ChairBetween DOC/735 Research Proposal and Oral Defense DOC/738Experienced Ph.D., I-O PractitionerGuides and supports students with the Dissertation13
    • 14. Questions?Do you have any questions about the nature of thework that I-O Psychologists perform?Do you have any questions about the UOPX Ph.D.Program in I-O Psychology?UOPX SAS CCC for BusinessUOPX I-O Doctoral Program Faculty14
    • 15. I-O ProgramMaster’s RFP ProjectCapstone summative assessment ofMaster’s level studies in I-O, equivalent toa Master’s comprehensive exam
    • 16. IO Master’s RFP ProjectFind and Develop a Response to a RealCurrent (Open – Within 6 months of date of Psych 706)Request for ProposalPosted by some Organizationon a Public Website,Present and Critique that Response.16
    • 17. Master’s Comprehensive Project ObjectivesCapstone Comprehensive Assessment of skills as a Master’slevel I-O Psychologist in private practiceModels key role for scientist-practitioners – Obtainingbusiness by responding to Requests for Proposals (RPFs)Project requires students to Locate, Research, and Respondto a real RFP as if bidding for the projectGuided by a Master’s Advisor over period while five contentcourses are completed (36 Weeks)17
    • 18. I-O Master’s ProjectFaculty AdvisorGuides development of learner as an I-O practitioner.Guides work in I-O Master’s ProjectProvides ongoing feedback on project and on advisee progress in I-O programBy end of ORG/730 – Confirm selection, working agreement, Selection of RFP, and project planBy end of PSYCH/707 – Confirm project progress – Philosophical and Theoretical baseBy end of PSYCH/708 – Review all three documents and grant Permission to enroll in Psych 710At end of PSYCH/710 - Review completion of project, Feedback on completed project, Gradefor Project, and schedule additional meetings and reviews if needed.18
    • 19. • Industrial psychologist• Organizationalpsychologist• Training anddevelopment• Performanceimprovement• Organization design• Consulting• Organizational systems• Management• Process evaluation andassessment• Leadership developmentSelecting a Faculty AdvisorAdvisors Available after RES741 is completeGo to SASWeb in Area of Expertise Select: PhD/IOIn Advisor Area of Expertise Select from:19
    • 20. Courses which involve Master’s RFPRES/741 – Master’s Project introduced last weekPSYCH/706 – Advisor Selected – RFP Selected and Approved by AdvisorORG/730 – RFP Doc 3 Drafted, Understanding of RFP ClearPSYCH/707 – RFP Doc 1 Drafted, Theoretical Substantiation Drafted basedon anticipated project response – This is refined as student progresseson Doc 2, the RFP proposalPSYCH/708 – Doc 2 RFP finished additionst to Theoretical & PhilosophicalSubstantiation, Master’s Advisor approval required to register forPSYCH/710PSYCH/709 – Assemble Final Full RFP, Review, Prepare for presentationPSYCH/710 – Five days to review and refine – 2 days to prepare forpresentation20
    • 21. Step by Stepthrough theIO Master’s Project21
    • 22. UOPX I-O Psychology ProgramMaster’s RFP Project HandbookAnd other Support Files available onSAS Web Site URL:https://ecampus.phoenix.edu/secure/aapd/Materials/IP/curriculum/sas/document-page/document-page.asp#tab-622
    • 23. PhDHEADM IST DHA EdD. ET DM DBA Ed.D CIEd.DDM DBA DHA EDD HEA I-O NURDMDM/ISTDissertation CriteriaDissertation Scale OverviewConcept Paper TemplateFoundational MechanicsMaster current copies of major documents for I-OMaster’s and Ph.D. Programs are found under this tab.
    • 24. Possible Sourceswww.FindRFP.com --Federal, State, LocalGovernment RFPs, Gov.Bids & Contractswww.grants.com -- CurrentGovernment Grantswww.rfpdb.com – CooperativeData Base of RPFs –“Credits” assigned forparticipation and feedbackSearch Engines – Topic + RFPConnect with DQ discussions inLocate an Open RFP(not older than 6 months)An “Open RFP” is one that is in theactive solicitation phase at the timethe learner begins their Master’sProject.24
    • 25. ActivitiesShare summary with FacultyAdvisorFinalize RFP SummaryParticipate in DQ Discussionsabout RFPConsiderations, Length, Sources, Difficulties, RFP TopicsConnect to OrganizationalDevelopment in ORG730DiscussionsDraft RFPUnderstanding& Rationale(Document 1)25
    • 26. ActivitiesShare RFP draft with FacultyAdvisorFinalize RFP draftParticipate in DQ DiscussionsaboutRFPs, Considerations, Length, Sources, Difficulties, RFPTopicsConnect to Work Motivation andJob attitudes PSYCH/708Develop Theoretical& PhilosophicalSubstantiation(Document 3)26
    • 27. ActivitiesShare draft with Faculty Advisorfor feedbackFinalize RFP ResponseParticipate in DQ Discussionsabout RFPs, Differentapproaches for DifferentIssues, Compare andContrast ApproachesConnect to Leadership andManagement Theory inPSYCH707Draft RFPClient Response(Document 2)27
    • 28. ActivitiesPrepare for Formal Presentationof RFP ResponseUse RFP Evaluation Checklistfor preparations and for Self-EvaluationReview Grade and Feedbackwith IO Master’s AdvisorPrepare for Client presentationApproval of RFP ResponseBy Master’s Advisor28
    • 29. PSYCH/710 Master’sCapstoneComprehensiveAssessmentCapstone Summative Assessment ofMaster’s level studies in I-O, equivalent toa Master’s comprehensive exam
    • 30. PSYCH 710 PlanningAssemble the three documentsfor submissionReserve the week for intensereview and editing to arrive atthe final versions of the threedocumentsReview and improve the clientpresentation of the RFP30Obtain Advisor Permission toRegister for PSYCH 710
    • 31. PSYCH 710 ActivitiesFinalize RFP ResponseShare Complete RFP Responsewith Faculty and in PeerReviewsParticipate in DQ Discussionsabout additional challengesto complete projectConnect to Ethical, Legal, &Professional Challenges inPSYCH709 DiscussionsAssemble and EditFull RFP Response31
    • 32. Evaluation Criteria from PSYCH710 ChecklistSection 1 – Comprehensiveness = 30%Section 2 – Required Components = 40%Component 1 = SummaryComponent 2 = ResponseComponent 3 = SubstantiationSection 3 – Scholarly Writing and APA Style = 30%32
    • 33. ActivitiesComplete RFP ResponseSubmit final RFP Response toPSYCH710 course facilitatorComplete Self-EvaluationComplete Evaluation ofMaster’s Project ProcessReview Project Evaluation withAdvisor using ChecklistDiscuss Preparations forPresentation at ResidencyPSYCH710 ClassSubmit Full RFP Response33
    • 34. Confirmation ofMaster’s of Science Degreein I-O PsychologyPassing PSYCH/710 Capstone summativeassessment leads to awarding of Master’sof Science Degree in I-O Psychology
    • 35. Graduate with MS in I-O Psychology35
    • 36. Graduate from Master’s Programand earn Admission to Ph.D.Program in I-O Psychology• A Master’s in I-O Opens a number of job opportunities• Students who graduate from the Master’s Program areadmitted to the Ph.D. Program36
    • 37. Job Opportunities forMaster’s Level I-O PsychologistsUnique set of skills• Quantitative and Analytical Abilities• Knowledge of Human Behavior and MotivationTerminal Master’s allow graduates to work inpersonnel, training, organizational development, counseling, andeducationMany states allow licensing of Masters I-O Psychologists althoughthat is usually only if the graduate wants to use the title“Psychologist”Job growth is about 22% a year
    • 38. Job Opportunities forMaster’s Level I-O PsychologistsTraining & Development RelatedTraining Director & Career Counselor for Professional Developmentof Employees and High Potential EmployeesTalent Management Trainer, Specialist, or ManagerTraining and Development program writer, developer, researcher, orfacilitator• In house for organizations• Staff support in larger training and development organizations• Staff support in some universities and collegesProfessional Development
    • 39. Job Opportunities forMaster’s Level I-O PsychologistsResearch RelatedResearch Analyst or ManagerSelection Systems Specialist, Analyst, or ManagerBehavioral AnalystTest and Measurement Specialist
    • 40. Job Opportunities forMaster’s Level I-O PsychologistsHuman Resources RelatedHuman Resources Specialist or ManagerEvaluation & Assessment Analyst or ManagerHR Research Analyst or ManagerSelection Systems Specialist, Analyst, or ManagerWorkforce Insights Specialist, Analyst, or Manager
    • 41. Job Opportunities forMaster’s Level I-O PsychologistsEducation RelatedProfessor• Undergraduate Psychology and Business programs• Community Colleges• Online UniversitiesTest and Measurement Specialist
    • 42. Job Opportunities forMaster’s Level I-O PsychologistsConsulting RelatedConsultantOrganizational Development AdvisorExecutive CoachResearch Consultant
    • 43. I-O Doctoral DissertationResidencyFirst I-O Residency completes Master’sProject with client presentations andbegins students’ work on theirdissertations.
    • 44. ActivitiesPrepare for and make FormalPresentation of RFPResponse at ResidencyWork with “Client” EvaluationTeam to develop Criteria forEvaluating RFP ResponsesActing as the Evaluation TeamEvaluate the Assigned RFPsand Provide Award orRejection Letters andFeedback on completed RFPPresent RFP ResponseTo other I-O Learners44
    • 45. Day 1 ActivitiesDevelop Critical SuccessFactors (CSFs) for evaluatingRFPsWork in teams to assess RFPpresentationsWork individually to review andevaluate own presentationand process feedback fromevaluation team.Reflexive Journal EntryDevelop Critical Thinking45
    • 46. Day 2 ActivitiesDiscuss ERR readingsIn Teams develop CSFs forevaluating Ph.D. DissertationsStudy Advanced Library Searchtechniques, practice skills inteam assignmentsMake team presentations ofarticles and library techniquesStudy overview of UOPX I-OPh.D. Program CurriculumDevelop Standards for aWell Written DoctoralDissertation46
    • 47. Day 3 ActivitiesDiscuss and Develop CSFs forLiterature Review ChapterIdentify 20 Emerging Trends inI-O PsychologyIdentify Topics of Interest for I-ODissertation ConceptPaper, IndependentStudy, and publicationIn Teams discuss Interests andPurposeBegin Literature ReviewID Topics of Interest47
    • 48. Day 4 ActivitiesWork with “Client” EvaluationTeam to develop Criteria forEvaluating RFP ResponsesActing as the Evaluation TeamEvaluate the Assigned RFPsand Provide Award orRejection Letters andFeedback on completed RFPBegin development of threepotential concept papersDevelop and PresentThree PotentialDissertation Topics -Refine Team Skills48
    • 49. Day 5 ActivitiesPrepare concept ideas paper forsubmission in RES/740 classDevelop Team EvaluationCriteria and Assess Teamsand Team membersPlanning for I-O ProgramparticipationReflexive Journal assessment ofresidencyDraft Paper forThree PotentialDissertation Topics -Evaluate Team Skills49
    • 50. Questions?50
    • 51. ThankYou
    • 52. For Additional Information or Questions Contact:UOPX SAS CCC for BusinessUOPX I-O Doctoral Program FacultyKelley Conrad, Ph.D., SAS FTFKelley.Conrad@Phoenix.edukaconrad@email.phoenix.edu800-366-9699 X 3873225262-443-3662Central Time52