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Jenny Baker, Sr. Manager, Publications and Events

Books

Retired SIOP Fellow George Bearnard Graen and Julio C. Canedo published The Intelligent Startup: A New Model of Coordination for Tomorrow’s Leaders in May 2022. Drawing on both quantitative and qualitative metrics, the authors describe a framework to encourage results-oriented cultures around high-functioning teamwork.

Marc B. Sokol and Beverly A. Tarulli are the editors of the latest Professional Practice Series offering:  Strategic Workforce Planning: Best Practices and Emerging Directions. This book discusses best practices on the process of workforce planning across a wide range of settings and companies, and includes practical case illustrations by seasoned practitioners.

Honors

Robert Baron and Michael Frese have received the Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research for expanding the psychological foundations of entrepreneurship and enabling a vibrant stream of evidence-based research on the microfoundations of entrepreneurship.

Congratulations to SIOP Fellow Malissa Clark and SIOP Member Ludmila Praslova on being named to the Thinkers50 Radar Class of 2024, a cohort of 30 up-and-coming thinkers whose ideas are predicted to make an important impact on management thinking in the future.

Erik Zito was named one of the Philadelphia Business Journal’s 40 under 40, recognizing him as one of the region's up and coming leaders.

Service and Education

SIOP Fellow Fred Oswald recently participated in an AI House Davos event designed to connect industry leaders, tech founders, researchers, companies, investors, and policy makers to discuss the impact of AI on the world. His contribution focused on how I-O psychology can play a critical role when enacting US and EU AI legislation in the hiring context.

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