Anonym / Wednesday, March 11, 2020 / Categories: Items of Interest The Strategic Design and Management of Psychologically Based Consulting Firms. The new issue of Consulting Psychology Journal is a Special Issue on The Strategic Design and Management of Psychologically Based Consulting Firms. Guest-edited by Marc B. Sokol and Larry Norton, the articles offer an inside look at a variety of models for initiating, growing, divesting and closing a consulting business in consulting psychology (See bottom for links to the articles). The issue kicks off with a wonderful introduction to this special issue by Marc and Larry providing a focus for the five individual consulting company and practitioner based practice model authors to share their wisdom, experiences and recommendations for starting and growing a successful business in consulting psychology. Then in separate articles, five authors each describe perspectives of consulting psychology business models including: Meghan Morris and Bonnie O’Toole share insights about career paths beyond academia targeted for psychological scientists; Marc Sokol providing a perspective from the sole-practitioner consultancy role; Sandra Davis providing insight about the evolution of a business owner; Robert Hogan sharing insights and recommendations based on the growth of his company, Hogan Assessment Systems; and finally Alison Eyring who provides a global perspective of starting and growing an international consulting psychology business. Finally, Larry Norton synthesizes these articles in a very comprehensive article focusing on the business of consulting psychology and key lessons learned that we can all apply. Access or subscribe at https://www.apa.org/pubs/journals/cpb Previous Article Oswald Chairs Board on Human Systems Integration for National Academies Next Article National Science Foundation Directorate for Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences (SBE) Meeting with SBE Scientific Societies Print 1740 Rate this article: No rating Comments are only visible to subscribers.