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AJ Thurston 12h
, I vaguely remember a package, maybe 'likert', 'psych', or 'iopsych', would output a report w/ descriptives + histogram for each variable in a dataframe. Anyone used something like this before? Copy and pasting from forloops is... not something I want to keep doing.
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SIOP Aug 20
SIOPer Steven Rogelberg's book "The Surprising Science of Meetings" is on Strategy+Business' summer "top 10" reading guide. Check it out:
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Matt Waddell Aug 16
Any fellow , or management folks also history nerds? I’m always fascinated to learn about the leadership styles of historical figures when I read biographies or depictions of events. It’s a neat tie-in between my professional life and a personal interest/hobby.
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Scott Hines Aug 15
Do you have an unpopular opinion? Do you want to prove to everyone that you are right? I am looking for IOs out there who are interested in participating in a "Change My Mind" Alternative Session. Message me if you are interested or simply want to talk
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Matt Waddell Aug 20
A much-needed critical look at authenticity. Thank you for this thoughtful piece.
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Breanne Harris Aug 14
Replying to @ParkerDeweyLLC
Those are some bold statements that conflict with decades of research on the most predictive methods for selecting employees.
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HALO Psychology Aug 16
Research looked at the impact of emails on managers' ability to manage effectively One way of mitigating effects of heavy email culture? Switching off your email notifications and only logging in to your inbox for set times each day
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Maggie Orion Aug 20
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Dr. Juliet Aiken 17h
folks - one of my alumni is putting together a debate/discussion around where training should "live" - HR or naw - if you are interested in being on the submission or even just giving your hot take on the topic direct message me!
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Lou Wassel Aug 16
GM CEO Says She Asks the Same 3 Questions In Every Job Interview via Desired hiring attributes laudable, but research might challenge effectiveness of these particular questions to ascertain.
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Clemente I. Diaz Aug 20
I‘m looking to gauge if & how faculty integrate career readiness into their courses. If you currently teach undergraduate courses, I‘d appreciate it if you can complete the following survey.   Thanks in advance!
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Cubiks US 13h
Senior Consultant shares insight into stress v. burnout, and why you should proactively address the issue in her latest blog post: Why Burnout Keeps Professionals Awake at Night.
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Paul Thoresen Aug 19
Maybe of interest to professionals at too 😃 Excerpt "A commonly missed opportunity is the design and collection of impact measures prior to delivery. Measuring ROI and organizational impact is a tangible and practical skill we can integrate into our OD tool kit."
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Deven Wisner 📊 9h
How often do we bring people onto teams or into organizations for the sake of filling human capital? Instead, we should leverage their perspectives and embrace the changes they might introduce...it can be invaluable.
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Department12 Podcast Aug 17
Unfortunately, many folks have their wheels in the mud and believe if they just keep mashing the accelerator they'll get out of the ditch. Low Information Rationality Model > Knowledge Deficit Model.
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I-O Bot 3.0 Aug 14
To give you a technical answer, it depends...
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Jimmy Mundell 12h
Love this idea and really wish a resource like this had existed when I was applying. Faculty/students, add yourself to this list if your university is accepting applicants for this upcoming season. Only 2 I/O program are on it now
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SIOP 12h
The proposal submission deadline is just around the corner! Traffic on the website is extremely heavy as the deadline approaches, so you should plan to complete your submission soon. Learn more about the submission process here:
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Hugo Münsterberg 17h
Replying to @ToddBridgman
I stand by what I said, Herr . The world does not get involved in the "fancies of either side." We care not for fancies. We are the Panera Bread of the social sciences. You're happy we're at your meetings but no one really wants to pay for us to be there.
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Rob Briner Aug 20
Meta-analyses are used to summarize some types of scientific findings. This article considers their limited usefulness in medicine for informing patient care. Different field but similar points apply I suspect to their use in and .
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