Matthew Haynes / Friday, May 3, 2019 / Categories: TIP, 564 Lead and Shape the Future of Assessment by Attending the LEC Nikki Blacksmith, U.S. Army Research Institute for Behavioral and Social Sciences, Doug Reynolds, DDI, John Scott, APTMetrics Technology-enhanced assessments for selection and development have increasingly flourished over the past several decades. Sophisticated assessment programs that weren’t possible even a few years ago can now be assembled and launched on a global scale to measure almost any attribute in any language with greater realism, efficiency, and precision than ever before. As a new generation of technology-driven applications comes of age, a host of new issues and opportunities have emerged which require assessment professionals to respond with an informed perspective that balances business’s return-on-investment priorities with appropriate professional and scientific rigor. The field of assessment is at a critical stage in its evolution. The intersection of new technologies, globalization, and market shifts among assessment providers have created significant tensions for both science and practice that require ongoing vigilance and creativity.Few forums exist to integrate the advancements in practice fueled by these trends and the streams of research that might inform their course of development. This is why SIOP is hosting the 2019 leading edge consortium (LEC): Advancing the Edge: Assessment for the 2020s Lowe’s Hotel-Atlanta October 25-26, 2019. The 2019 LEC is focused on bringing together a diverse group of thought leaders who explore the evolving state of practice and related science and frame out practical solutions for managing the disruption and incorporating new insights and technologies into organizational assessment programs. The LEC is only as successful as the group of people it brings together. We invite the following people to attend: Thought leaders and experts in assessment and selection Individuals with 5+ years of experience SIOP members or nonmembers The benefits of attending Gain a deeper appreciation for the changes occurring in selection and assessment practice Learn how new technologies, evolving business processes, and market shifts are disrupting assessment Be equipped to critique new innovations that balances business’s ROI priorities with sound science Understand opportunities associated with emerging technologies Have the opportunity to provide input on the future of assessment Extend their professional network If you want to learn more, please visit the LEC website or send an email to email@example.com Print 1984 Rate this article: 2.0 Comments are only visible to subscribers.