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Atlanta Group Presents Issues in Business Psychology at National Conference
Date:4/2/2010

rovocative journal article on the importance of character in executive selection was recently published in “Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice”, will also be a part of the program.

"We are pleased SIOP recognized the importance of discussing character as an issue both to encourage future research and to impact current organizational productivity and viability, said Dr. Robert Turknett. Given the recent crises in business and US industry, character is now more important than ever, and it is our belief that our economy will recover only when there is an understanding of authentic leadership and character at every level of management."

The current state of the economy has also brought with it an unfortunate resurgence in organizational restructuring and downsizing. Dr. Randall H. Lucius will chair a practice forum entitled Restructuring Organizations: Multiple and Multidisciplinary Perspectives, which will address methodology, assessment guidelines, and legal considerations for ensuring a fair and effective process. Dr. Lucius explains:

"This is an often-overlooked issue of real urgency for US businesses and their I/O staff. During restructuring, organizations must ensure that they are in full compliance with federal guidelines as well as to maintain and sustain morale and productivity in the surviving workforce."

Generational differences within today’s workforce are becoming an increasingly important issue. The workforce is currently comprised of four generations with diverse values and needs, all working together. Dr. Lauren Harris and Dr. Karl Kuhnert explore Creating Person-Organization Fit for the Generations at a poster session. The researchers identify how organizations can create leadership development programs that impact person-organization fit for a generationally diverse workforce. Findings show that Baby Boomers, Generation Xers, and G
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