SIOP Organizational Frontiers Book Series
The SIOP Organizational Frontiers Series examines workplace topics through cutting edge research and practices derived from I-O psychology and related disciplines. Synthesizing information from a variety of disciplines, the Organizational Frontiers Series helps researchers and practitioners stay abreast of developments in the constantly evolving workplace.
Working with the Routledge-Taylor & Francis Group publishers, the Organizational Frontiers Series Editorial Board produces volumes providing the latest information and supporting professional development for those working in I-O psychology, organizational behavior, human resource management, and related fields.
Since its launch in 1983, the Organizational Frontiers Series has published nearly 30 volumes on a variety of important workplace topics and developments. Individual volumes may focus on employee level influences and effects, systemic and organizational considerations, or provide an integrated view.
Computational Modeling for Industrial-Organizational Psychologists (November 02, 2023)
Edited By Jeffrey B. Vancouver, Mo Wang, Justin M. Weinhardt
This collection provides a primer to the process and promise of computational modeling for industrial-organizational psychologists.
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Tackling Precarious Work Toward Sustainable Livelihoods (October 05, 2023)
Edited By Stuart C. Carr, Veronica Hopner, Darrin J. Hodgetts, Megan Young
In this ground-breaking book, leading applied research scholars, advocates, and activists from across the globe respond to this challenge.
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Senior Leadership Teams and the Agile Organization (July 31, 2023)
Edited By Stephen J. Zaccaro, Nathan J. Hiller, Richard Klimoski
Senior Leadership Teams and the Agile Organization builds on existing knowledge in the leadership, teams, and strategic management literatures to examine and explore how senior leadership teams drive the dynamic capabilities of organizations.
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Expatriates and Managing Global Mobility (September 23, 2022)
Edited By Soo Min Toh, Angelo DeNisi
This book sets out to examine the problem of expatriate management through an I-O psychology lens.
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Neurodiversity in the Workplace Interests, Issues, and Opportunities (July 01, 2022)
Edited By Susanne M. Bruyère, Adrienne Colella
Neurodiversity in the Workplace presents a timely and needed perspective on the role and responsibility of employers and those working to increase the effectiveness of workplace practices to examine the many ways we preclude large segments of the population from employment.
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Data, Methods and Theory in the Organizational Sciences: A New Synthesis (March 15, 2022)
Edited By Kevin R. Murphy
Data, Methods and Theory in the Organizational Sciences explores the long-term evolution and changing relationships between data, methods, and theory in the organizational sciences.
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Age and Work: Advances in Theory, Methods, and Practice (January 18, 2022)
Edited By Hannes Zacher, Cort W. Rudolph
The edited volume Age and Work: Advances in Theory, Methods, and Practice presents a systematic collection of key advances in theory, methods, and practice regarding age(ing) and work.
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Understanding Trust in Organizations: A Multilevel Perspective (2021)
Edited By Nicole Gillespie, C. Ashley Fulmer, Roy J. Lewicki
This volume examines trust within organizations from a multilevel perspective..
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The Psychology of Entrepreneurship (2020)
Edited by Michael M. Gielnik, Melissa S. Cardon, Michael Frese
This volume examines the advances in the field of the psychology of entrepreneurship..
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Social Networks at Work (2019)
Edited by Daniel J. Brass and Stephen P. Borgatti
This volume examines specific network concepts and applies a network perspective to several common I-O topics.
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Creativity and Innovation in Organizations (2019)
Edited by Michael D. Mumford and E. Michelle Todd
Leading scholars around the globe contribute to a comprehensive review of creativity and innovation.
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Vocational Interests in the Workplace: Rethinking Behavior at Work (2019)
Edited by Christopher D. Nye and James Rounds
This essential new work creates the most comprehensive coverage to date on vocational interests.
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SIOP Organizational Frontiers Series Editorial Board
Bradford S. Bell, Cornell University
Bradford S. Bell is the William J. Conaty Professor in Strategic Human Resources and director of the Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies. Dr. Bell's research interests include training and development, team development and effectiveness, and virtual work. Dr. Bell was awarded the Early Career Achievement Award by the HR Division of the Academy of Management in 2008, and he is a former editor of Personnel Psychology. Dr. Bell is a Fellow of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology and American Psychological Association.
Georgia T. Chao, University of South Florida
Georgia T. Chao is a professor of Psychology at the University of South Florida and also serves as the area director of the Industrial-Organizational Psychology program. Dr. Chao’s research interests are in the areas of teams, work adjustment, and work design with new technologies. Dr. Chao served as a program officer for the National Science Foundation. She was elected to several positions in the American Psychological Association, Academy of Management, and the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology and served as SIOP’s president in 2020–2021. Dr. Chao is a Fellow of SIOP and APA.
Lilia Cortina, University of Michigan
Lilia Cortina is University Diversity and Social Transformation Professor of Psychology, Women’s and Gender Studies, and Management and Organizations at the University of Michigan. Dr. Cortina’s research focuses on sexual harassment and workplace incivility, investigating the many ways in which people are subordinated, violated, and relegated to the margins of organizational life. Dr. Cortina has also served as an expert witness to inform policy and legal decision making. She is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
James A. Grand, University Maryland
James A. Grand is an associate professor in the Social, Decision, and Organizational Sciences program at the University of Maryland. Dr. Grand’s main research interests focus on the interplay of knowledge building, decision making, collaboration, and performance at the individual and team levels. Dr. Grand served as chair on SIOP committees related to open science, scientific affairs, and science advocacy. He also serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management, and Journal of Business and Psychology.
Li Ning, Tsinghua University, China
Li Ning is professor, Flextronics chair, and department chair of the Department of Leadership and Organization Management in the School of Economics and Management at Tsinghua University. Dr. Li’s research interests include organizational collaboration, organizational innovation and creativity, evidence-based management, high performing employees, big data in management, organizational network analysis, teamwork, and leadership. Dr. Li is an associate editor for the Journal of Management.
Dong Liu, Georgia Institute of Technology
Dong Liu is the Thomas R. Williams Chair in Management and professor of Organizational Behavior at the Scheller College of Business, Georgia Institute of Technology. Dr. Liu’s research interests include event system theory, workplace proactive (creativity and citizenship behavior) and counterproductive (turnover and abusive supervision) behaviors, with a particular focus on examining the multilevel interface between individuals, teams, and organizations across cultures. Dr. Liu is a Fellow of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology and American Psychological Association.
Stephen Stark, University of South Florida
Stephen Stark is a professor of Psychology and chair of the Department of Psychology at USF. Dr. Stark’s research focuses on item response theory methods, particularly ideal point models, forced-choice response formats, computerized adaptive testing, differential item functioning detection, and aberrant response detection. Dr. Stark has been elected to leadership positions in the American Psychological Association and the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. He is a Fellow of APA and SIOP.
Hannes Zacher, Leipzig University, Germany
Hannes Zacher is professor of Work and Organizational Psychology at Leipzig University in Germany. He previously held academic positions in Australia and the Netherlands. In his research program, he investigates aging at work, career development, occupational health and well-being, and proactive work behavior. His research is well-supported by competitive grants and funding from industry partners. He has published his work in top-tier international outlets, including American Psychologist, Journal of Applied Psychology, and Psychology and Aging.
Yujie (Jesse) Zhan, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada
Jessie Zhan is an associate professor and area coordinator for the Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management Department at Wilfrid Laurier University. Dr. Zhan’s research interests include work stress and well-being, age in the workplace, older worker employment and retirement, emotion and emotion regulation at work, and work–nonwork interface. Dr. Zhan serves as an associate editor at Work, Aging and Retirement, and serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Business and Psychology, Journal of Organizational Behavior, and Occupational Health Science.