Appointing an Industrial/Organizational Psychologist                 Jeffrey D. Malan                Ashford University   ...
We may be asking . . .
Collective overconfidence    can be dangerous!
. . . the right questions.
How to identify theinternal danger signals
Proactive human resourcemanagement policies are at the core of effectively selecting,enabling, and supporting your greates...
The truth is; an organizationmay adopt or create any visionit ethically wishes, along withthe objectives that will promote...
Is our human resource  department’s processes     aligned with our   organization’s vision?     Industrial /   Organizatio...
“an organization’s human resources can be     a potential source of sustainable         competitive advantage”(Toh, Morges...
The right answer.
The right answer.
The right answer.
Are you asking the right      questions?Has your organization realized its vision?
Industrial / organizationalPsychologists can help you       discover . . .  . . . the right answers  for your organization.
Industrial /     Organizational     PsychologistsQuantify your return oninvestment in humancapital, and . . . win the   wa...
ReferencesGreguras, G., & Diefendorff, J. (2009). Different fits satisfy different needs: Linkingperson-environment fit to...
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Appointing an Industrial/Organizational Psychologist

  1. 1. Appointing an Industrial/Organizational Psychologist Jeffrey D. Malan Ashford University PSY302: Industrial/Organizational Psychology (BKK1220B) July 10, 2012 Instructor: Dr. Jeanne Henry
  2. 2. We may be asking . . .
  3. 3. Collective overconfidence can be dangerous!
  4. 4. . . . the right questions.
  5. 5. How to identify theinternal danger signals
  6. 6. Proactive human resourcemanagement policies are at the core of effectively selecting,enabling, and supporting your greatest and most untapped asset. Your human capitol.
  7. 7. The truth is; an organizationmay adopt or create any visionit ethically wishes, along withthe objectives that will promote the realization of that vision. Okay, so what is theright question to ask?
  8. 8. Is our human resource department’s processes aligned with our organization’s vision? Industrial / OrganizationalPsychologists make it
  9. 9. “an organization’s human resources can be a potential source of sustainable competitive advantage”(Toh, Morgeson, and Campion, 2011, p. 876). Your human capitol.
  10. 10. The right answer.
  11. 11. The right answer.
  12. 12. The right answer.
  13. 13. Are you asking the right questions?Has your organization realized its vision?
  14. 14. Industrial / organizationalPsychologists can help you discover . . . . . . the right answers for your organization.
  15. 15. Industrial / Organizational PsychologistsQuantify your return oninvestment in humancapital, and . . . win the war for talent! (Youssef and Noon, 2012)
  16. 16. ReferencesGreguras, G., & Diefendorff, J. (2009). Different fits satisfy different needs: Linkingperson-environment fit to employee commitment and performance using self-determination theory. Journal of Applied Psychology , 94 (2), 465-477. doi:10.1037/a0014068Joo, B., & Park, S. (2010). Career satisfaction, organizational commitment, and turnoverintention: The effects of goal orientation, organizational learning culture anddevelopmental feedback. Leadership & Organization Development Journal , 31 (6),482-500. doi: 10.1108/01437731011069999Podsakoff, N., Whiting, S., Podsakoff, P., & Blume, B. (2009). Individual- andOrganizational-Level Consequences of Organizational Citizenship Behaviors: A Meta-Analysis. Journal of Applied Psychology , 94 (1), 122-141. doi: 10.1037/a0013079Toh, S., Morgeson, F., & Campion, M. (2011). Human Resource Configurations:Investigating fit with the organizational context. Journal of Applied Psychology , 93 (4),864-882. doi: 10.1037/0021-9010.93.4.864Youssef, C., & Noon, A. (2012). Industrial/Organizational Psychology. San Diego:Bridgepoint Education, Inc.

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