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In a Sea of Change, McPhail Sets Course to Prepare I-O for the Future

By Clif Boutelle, SIOP Public Relations

SIOP President Mort McPhail challenged members to embrace and adapt to rapidly changing business and social environments during his closing plenary remarks at the recent 2016 conference in Anaheim.

Acknowledging that SIOP’s leaders and committed volunteers have accomplished a great deal in recent years he warned that more work is still to be done, “primarily because the world will not stand still but keeps presenting us with new challenges and opportunities.”

With all this change, he said SIOP and I-Os must be willing and able to adapt to both the rate of change and the changes themselves. 

 “Fortunately, our science has shown itself to be highly resilient, adaptable, and broadly applicable to emerging problems in organizations of all types,” he added....Read more


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