I-O In Action Blog
I-O In Action Blog
Featuring HOT TOPICS and HOTTER DISCUSSIONS changing monthly
Among IO affiliates of the Center for Workplace Diversity Research -
By Emerging PhDs in Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Our Plan: The first Monday of each month a new contributor will introduce the Topic of the Month by posting a stimulating, informative, and challenging topic posting some initial comments. During the week anyone with interest in the topic is invited to respond and/or contribute. The lead contributor of the month will monitor posts and respond as appropriate. For the remaining Mondays of the month, the lead contributor will add to the original position piece encouraging additional discussion. Some features we plan on incorporating are links to other blogs on our site, links to other websites, interesting graphics, interactive games and activities, user surveys, participant profiles, ability to subscribe and be notified when posts occur.
Want something else? We welcome suggestions. Send them to Kelley.Conrad@Phoenix.edu
Want to be a contributor? Send your name, email, I-O interest area, and topic of interest to Kelley.Conrad@phoenix.edu
Have questions? Email them to Kelley.Conrad@phoenix.edu
Developing your Programmatic Research Strategy
Mar 16 – Mar 30
Women and Minorities in the Craft Brewing Industry
Jenni Mastal Adams
April 6 - April 30
Technology Enabled Training – A Trending IO Topic
May 4 – May 29
Breaking the Glass Ceiling on Corporate Boards
June 1 – June 30
Globalization and the psychosocial constructs of employability
July 6 – July 31
Emerging Trends within Organizations Concerning Recruitment, Selection, and Placement Practices.
Aug 3 – Aug 31
Leveraging Diversity to Your Advantage
Sep 7 – Sep 30
Employee Turnover in Small Businesses
Oct 5 – Oct 30
We hope you are excited by our plans, we are. To make sure our blog shows up, it is important for you to affiliate with the Center for Workplace Diversity Research. That way you can be notified when a new posting is made and when comments are added. Being affiliated will also enable you to post comments to the blog. Also, make sure you update your profile since it will be linked to all your posts.
If you are an IO student or faculty and have a topic on which you would like to blog for a month, please let me know your topic and we will put you on the schedule. Hopefully, we will all find this a lively and interesting forum for the exchange of IO topical ideas.
Kelley Conrad, PhD, Full Time Academic Faculty I-O PhD Program