The SIOP Exchange crew would like to thank the blog's recent guest
blogger and LEading Edge Consortium speaker, Anna Clark, for her time Thursday, August 30. Clark answered
questions and comments from several SIOP members on the topic of environmental sustainability in the workplace as part of the
SIOP Electronic Communications Committee's "Guest Blogger" series.
If you would like to read the questions and answers, view Clark's post here. If you would like to learn more about environmental sustainability at work, including a full presentation by Anna Clark, register for the SIOP Leading Edge Consortium. You can get a full agenda, list of speakers and presentations, and other information on the LEC homepage.
The committee plans to invite more live blogging guests in the coming
months to be available for questions and comments from readers on
various topics important to the I-O community. Stay tuned for more guest
What makes Apple, one of the market leaders in terms of
In this blog, I examine five guiding principles that seem to
increase our capacity for innovation, as exemplified by innovators such as
I also debate how these principles can be applied as we
conduct research on innovation using I-O Psychology approaches, for developing
theory and practice. I invite you to think through these factors with me and
provide your comments.
I attended a seminar recently that vowed to ‘wow’ in terms of its unique approach to reframing, if not transforming, the time management discussion. The facilitator challenged all participants to consider the consequences of just being simply average. Would there be a Great Wall of China, the pyramids of Egypt, or bold female figures such as Joan of Arc or Amelia Earhart? These landmarks and famed individuals essentially serve as benchmarks for being better than average, even extraordinary.