2010 Conference DVD
The 2010 Conference DVD features 20 of the top reviewer-rated sessions along with their Powerpoint slides. The DVD also includes the opening and closing plenary sessions. The closing plenary features keynote speaker Dr. David Ulrich. The DVD is available to purchase at $129 for attendees and $159 for nonattendees.
For the closing keynote, Dr. Ulrich presents a talk entitled “Looking Back and Moving Forward: Why and How Rigor and Relevance Can Coexist.” A professor of business at the University of Michigan and a partner at the RBL Group, Dr. Ulrich’s research and consulting work focus on how organizations can build capabilities of speed, learning, collaboration, accountability, talent, and leadership through leveraging human resources. Dr. Ulrich has published over 100 articles and book chapters and 20 books. Some of his most recent co-authored books include HR Transformation (2009), Leadership Code (2008), and HR Competencies (2008). Having conducted research or consulting with over half of the companies in the Fortune 200, Dr. Ulrich’s influence on the field is well known. HR Magazine has identified him as the most influential person in the field of HR three times (2009, 2008, and 2006), Businessweek named him the #1 management educator and guru (2001), and Forbes identified him as one of the top five executive coaches. Dr. Ulrich has also received six lifetime achievement awards, including one from ASTD and SHRM.
The DVD can be purchased now at http://www.associationarchives.com/siop (search SIOP). Below is a list of the sessions available on the DVD.
1 Opening Plenary (Special Events)
Eduardo Salas, University of Central Florida, Chair
Kurt Kraiger, Colorado State University, Presenter
7 Research Design and Statistical Issues in Tests of Mediation Models (Symposium/Forum)
Recent developments and controversies surrounding research aimed at testing assumed mediation models are considered. Presentations focus on (a) experimental design (i.e., experimental, quasi-experimental, and nonexperimental) and data analytic strategies (e.g., multiple regression and structural equation modeling) for such tests, and (b) recommendations for future tests of assumed mediation models.
Charles E. Lance, University of Georgia, Chair
Eugene F Stone-Romero, University of Texas at San Antonio, Author
Jose M. Cortina, George Mason Univ, Author
Larry J. Williams, Wayne State University, Author
Lawrence R. James, Georgia Institute of Technology, Author
Patrick J. Rosopa, Clemson University, Author
Robert J. Vandenberg, Univ of Georgia, Author
Seth A. Kaplan, George Mason University, Author
Richard P. DeShon, Michigan State Univ, Discussant
13 Measurement Decision Theory: Theory, Validation, and Application (Master Tutorial)
When classification is the goal, measurement decision theory (MDT) offers several advantages over CTT and IRT approaches for workplace and educational assessment. This master tutorial will present the theory, methodology, validation evidence, and empirical results from 2 practical applications of MDT in diverse settings, both involving large numbers of examinees.
Catherine Ott-Holland, Birkman International, Presenter
Eileen Talento-Miller, Graduate Management Admission Council, Presenter
Fabian Elizondo, Birkman International, Inc., Presenter
Lawrence M Rudner, Graduate Management Admission Council, Presenter
Patrick L Wadlington, Birkman International, Inc., Presenter
Stefan Bondorowicz, Pearson Vue, Presenter
49 Cool Assessment Tools (Symposium/Forum)
This symposium presents 4 assessment approaches that were identified through a survey of SIOP members to identify effective, leading-edge assessment techniques; ones that I-Os or line personnel would look at and say, “that’s cool.”
John D. Arnold, Polaris Assessment Systems, Chair
Andrew Biga, Procter and Gamble, Author
Angela K. Pratt, Procter & Gamble, Author
Asim Satpathy, Infosys Leadership Institute, Author
Kathleen Tuzinski, PreVisor, Author
Matt Barney, Infosys Technologies, Author
Michael S. Fetzer, PreVisor, Author
Missy Freeman, PreVisor, Author
Robert E. Gibby, Procter & Gamble, Author
Siddharth Patnaik, Infosys Leadership Institute, Author
Steve Hall, Marriott Vacation Club International, Author
Jeffrey J. McHenry, Microsoft Corporation, Discussant
Abigail E Reiss, Wayne State University, Co-Chair
Madhura Chakrabarti, Wayne State University, Co-Chair
57 Early Identification and Acceleration of Talent for Critical Leadership Roles (Symposium/
Practitioners from 4 complex, global organizations will discuss multiple approaches to identifying and developing leadership talent. The presentations will focus on the unique and innovative approaches implemented by each organization. Ultimately, each of these organizations is looking for ways to improve the leadership pipeline, which will improve organizational effectiveness.
Michael J. Benson, Johnson & Johnson, Chair
Adam B. Malamut, Marriott International, Inc., Author
Amy Buhl Conn, Johnson & Johnson, Author
Andrew J Smith, Marriott International, Inc, Author
George S. Hallenbeck, Lominger Ltd Inc, Author
Lorrina J. Eastman, Bank of America, Author
Richard T. Cober, Marriott International, Author
Robert Hoffman, Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation, Author
Seymour Adler, Aon Consulting, Discussant
73 Applicant Faking Behavior: Prevalence, Consequences, and Remedies (Master Tutorial)
Previous research has relied on oversimplified definitions of faking behavior. However, recent research suggests that faking is a complex interaction of applicant characteristics, measurement methods, and situational demands. This tutorial will clarify some common misperceptions regarding the nature of faking, its impact on validity, and the effectiveness of potential remedies.
Richard L. Griffith, Florida Institute of Technology, Presenter
78 Team Processes and Outcomes: Relationships Across Levels and Cultures (Symposium/Forum)
Research on team processes and outcomes has a long and varied history. Yet several important questions remain unanswered. This symposium explores the importance of team processes and outcomes across multiple levels of analysis and in a variety of settings including cross-cultural, multinational, and virtual teams.
Alon Lisak, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Author
Andy Cohen, University of Pennsylvania, Author
Bradley Kirkman, Texas A&M University, Author
Cristina B. Gibson, Univ of California-Irvine, Author
Debra L Shapiro, University of Maryland, Author
Efrat Shokef, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology , Author
Gilad Chen, University of Maryland, Author
Jiing-Lih Farh, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Author
Laura Huang, University of California, Irvine, Author
Miriam Erez, Technion, Author
Xin Wu, Beihang University, Author
Zhiming Wu, Tsinghua University, Author
Katherine J. Klein, University of Pennsylvania, Discussant
Payal N. Sharma, University of Maryland, Co-Chair
Suzanne K Edinger, University of Maryland, Co-Chair
88 The 4/5ths Is Just a Fraction: Alternative Adverse Impact Methodologies (Symposium/Forum)
I-O psychologists commonly equate adverse impact (AI) with the 4/5ths rule. However, this metric is overly simplistic and oft-disregarded in legal environments, suggesting the criticality of investigating alternative approaches to detect and mitigate AI. Presenters describe innovative methods for calculating and interpreting AI in complex, large-N, and multisample contexts.
Alexander R Schwall, Pennsylvania State University, Author
David Morgan, DCI Consulting Group, Author
David B. Schmidt, Development Dimensions International, Author
Elizabeth Howard, Illinois Institute of Technology, Author
Eric M. Dunleavy, DCI Consulting Group, Author
Gary Giumetti, Clemson University, Author
Marcelle Clavette, Radford University, Author
Phillip M Mangos, Kronos, Author
Ryan P. Robinson, Kronos Inc., Author
Scott B. Morris, Illinois Institute of Technology, Author
Zeenatroohi Kwon, Illinois Institute of Technology, Author
James C. Sharf, Employment Risk Advisors, Inc., Discussant
Evan F. Sinar, Development Dimensions International, Co-Chair
John D. Morrison, Kronos, Co-Chair
102 SIOP’s Next 25 Years: What Lies Ahead? (Symposium/Forum)
Experts on 6 different areas of I-O psychology predict what we will see in the next 25 years in their areas of expertise. Topics covered are research methods, staffing, work values, motivation, diversity, and leadership. A discussant will integrate common themes and offer thoughts about the overall future.
Jerald Greenberg, RAND Corp., Chair
Belle Rose Ragins, Univ of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Author
Bruce M. Meglino, Univ of South Carolina, Author
Gary A. Yukl, Univ at Albany-SUNY, Author
Jeffrey R. Edwards, Univ of North Carolina, Author
Ruth Kanfer, Georgia Institute of Technology, Author
Wayne F. Cascio, Univ of Colorado, Author
Denise M. Rousseau, Carnegie Mellon Univ, Discussant
103 SIOP 2035 The Next 25 Years: Visions for the Future (Symposium/Forum)
SIOP must anticipate changes to remain current and vital. Emerging HR trends, skills needed, and the SIOP brand itself all impact future success. Revised competencies and interventions must align to support effective practice and build influence. SIOP members and officers will be polled to address demands and viability.
Scott Eggebeen, New York Univ, Chair
Cristina G Banks, Lamorinda Consulting LLC, Author
Christopher T. Rotolo, PepsiCo, Author
Joan P. Brannick, Brannick HR Connections, Author
Lise M. Saari, New York University, Author
Russell E. Lobsenz, Capital H Group, Author
Suzanne Tsacoumis, HumRRO, Author
114 Global Mindset as a Key Competency for Global Leadership Effectiveness (Master Tutorial)
Global mindset is “the capability to influence individuals, groups, organizations, and systems that are unlike you and your own” - a key competency for global leadership effectiveness. This tutorial highlights the definition, measurement, and development of a global mindset as outcomes of an ongoing research program.
David E. Bowen, Thunderbird, Presenter
Mansour Javidan, Thunderbird School of Global Management, Presenter
Mary Teagarden, Thunderbird School of Global Management, Presenter
Rachel Clapp-Smith, Purdue University-Calumet, Presenter
138 Building Successful OD Programs. Lessons Not Learned in School (Panel Discussion)
This panel will discuss best practices associated with building and maintaining OD programs at different life cycle stages (Greenfield, project-based, and established) and from different perspectives (consulting, government, and business). Audience members should leave with best practice ideas for building OD programs and evolving the OD field in general.
Amy Dawgert Grubb, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Panelist
Jared D. Lock, Carr & Associates, Panelist
Liana Knudsen, Dell Computer, Panelist
Jared D. Lock, Carr & Associates, Chair
144 Invited Speaker: Arnold Bakker, EAWOP President: Engaged Employees Create Their Own Great Place to Work (Special Events)
Employee engagement is a positive work-related state that is characterized by vigor, dedication, and absorption. The presentation integrates 10 years of research on engagement in an overall model of its causes and consequences. I will illustrate how engaged employees mobilize their own resources so that they stay engaged.
Arnold B Bakker, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Presenter
151 Using Surface Response Graphs to Visualize Interactions in Multidimensional Data (Master Tutorial)
Surface response graphs are used to visualize the density and curvature of 3 interacting variables. This tutorial describes a convention for structuring surface response graphs to facilitate interpretation of curvature and nonlinear interactions between independent variables in relation to a dependent variable of interest.
David J. Scarborough, Kronos, Inc./Black Hills State U., Presenter
Mark J. Somers, New Jersey Inst of Tech/Rutgers-Newark, Presenter
196 Master Collaboration: Leadership Development and Safety - Two Case Studies in Collaboration (Special Events)
The field of I-O psychology has struggled with alignment between what academics research and what practitioners implement. This session presents 2 important, diverse areas of I-O psychology (employee safety and executive coaching) and how practitioners and academics collaborated to bring about positive, measurable impact within organizations in these areas.
Scott Mondore, Strategic Management Decisions, Chair
Adam Ortiz, Executive Leadership Consulting, Presenter
J. Craig Wallace, Oklahoma State University, Presenter
S. Bartholomew Craig, North Carolina State University, Presenter
Shane Douthitt, Strategic Management Decisions, Presenter
197 Solutions for Solving the Adverse Impact-Validity Dilemma (Symposium/Forum)
The fact that using many valid tests leads to adverse impact is one of the most thorny and controversial issues in I-O psychology research and practice. The papers in this symposium describe solutions that can help solve this critical dilemma for individuals, organizations, and society.
Herman Aguinis, Indiana University, Chair
James L. Outtz, Outtz and Associates, Author
Joel P. Wiesen, c, Author
Robert E. Ployhart, University of South Carolina, Author
Sheldon Zedeck, Univ of California-Berkeley, Discussant
211 Temporal Illusions in Cross-Sectional Research (Special Events)
Lack of progress in time-based research is attributed to researchers’ belief that cross-sectional research can reveal relations between variables over time. A discussion of mediator and moderator models supported by empirical examples shows that this is an illusion. There is no cross-sectional substitute to the study of time in I-O psychology.
Robert A. Roe, Univ of Maastricht, Presenter
275 Legal Update: Ricci, OFCCP Enforcement, and Implications for Selection (Master Tutorial)
This tutorial reviews some legal front headlines from 2009 that focused on adverse impact in personnel selection. This includes (a) the Supreme Court ruling in Ricci vs. Destefano, (b) the implications of this ruling for test construction and validation, (c) recent OFCCP enforcement, and (d) recommendations for managing OFCCP challenges.
Arthur Gutman, Florida Institute of Technology, Presenter
Eric M. Dunleavy, DCI Consulting Group, Presenter
317 Theme Track Closing Keynote: Leading Well and Living Well in Challenging Times (Special Events)
Dr. Goldsmith will share recent research results on finding meaning and happiness in life including using the concepts of “stop” and “feed forward” in leadership development.
Mariangela Battista, Pfizer Inc., Chair
Marshall Goldsmith, Alliant International University, Presenter
318 Closing Plenary Session (Special Events)
Eduardo Salas, University of Central Florida, Chair
Dave Ulrich, University of Michigan / RBL Group, Presenter