SIOP Professional Practice Series
Sponsored by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) Ideal for industrial and organizational psychologists, organizational scientists and practitioners, human resources professionals, managers, executives, and those interested in organizational behavior and performance, these volumes are informative and relevant guides to organizational practice. You'll find guidance, insights, and advice on how to apply the concepts, findings, methods and tools derived from organizational psychology to organizational problems.
SIOP Professional Practice Series (25)
November 2001, Hardcover
An essential resource for building and maintaining an effective leadership team, this book gives HR professionals and I/O practitioners a greater understanding of executive dynamics, development tools, and proven techniques for managing executives. Written by top-notch practitioners, this volume explores executive performance and documents unique to executive-level human resource applicaitons. It shows how effective executive performance is qualitatively Read More
November 2001, Hardcover
This hands-on guide--for planning, diagnosing, implementing, and evaluating organization development interventions--gives scientifically based information, tools, suggestions, and guidelines for those who must manage the human side of change.
In Organization Development, leading experts and pioneers:
* Present a unified framework for understanding OD
* Demonstrate OD's effectiveness for improving individual and organizational performance
* Specify what Read More
March 1999, Hardcover
Written for non-experts in jargon-free language, this work shows how to create systems within organizations that preempt the monetary, strategic, and emotional costs associated with on-the-job conflict. Its clear and simple approach translates advanced concepts into practical how-tos and provides readers with four guiding principles they can follow to create conflict control systems of their own. Amply illustrated with real-world examples, it details Read More
July 1998, Hardcover
A Unique Resource for a State-of-the-Art Practice
Presented by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, this is the first and only work to offer readers a comprehensive look at individual psychological assessment as currently practiced in business environments. Here, you will examine the best methods and techniques now in use. You will see how assessment is being used to alter organizational cultures and achieve specific business goals Read More
June 1996, Paperback
With escalating demands upon research and assessment growing more varied, surveys are now used to assess and drive organizational change by examining company performance, customer and employee satisfaction, empowerment, and key aspects of corporate culture.
With Organizational Surveys, you'll learn how to:
* Drive change with surveys
* Use 360* feedback
* Set expectations of results
* Deal with ethical concerns
* Facilitate feedback, action-planning, and Read More