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Implementing Organizational Interventions. Steps, Processes, and Best Practices. J–B SIOP Professional Practice Series

  • ID: 2210924
  • Book
  • June 2002
  • 352 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Presented by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, this essential resource offers practical models, strategies, and guidance for effective implementation of organizational interventions. Written by top experts in the field of industrial and organizational psychology, it offers practical advice for dealing with the myriad challenges that affect a wide range of organizational interventions––such as staffing systems, performance management, reward systems, and organizational strategy––and shows how to successfully implement them. In addition, the book is filled with practical lessons learned from real–life intervention experiences.

Contributors include:

David W. Dorsey

Ben E. Dowell

Scott L. Eggebeen

Carolyn A. Gallagher

Craig Hall

Jerry W. Hedge

Lennox E. Joseph

Gerald E. Ledford Jr.

Mitchell Lee Marks

Paul W. Mulvey

Maria Veronica Park

Elaine D. Pulakos

Nancy L. Rotchford

Mark S. Teachout

Nancy T. Tippins
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Foreword (Eduardo Salas).


The Authors.

1 Grappling with Implementation: Some PreliminaryThoughts and Relevant Research (Jerry W. Hedge, Elaine D. Pulakos).

2 Implementing Organizational Change (Carolyn A. Gallagher, Lennox E. Joseph,Maria Veronica Park).

3 Mergers and Acquisitions (Mitchell Lee Marks).

4 Succession Planning (Ben E. Dowell).

5 Information Technology (David W. Dorsey).

6 Implementing Reward Systems (Paul W. Mulvey, Gerald E. Ledford Jr.).

7 Performance Management (Nancy L. Rotchford).

8 Implementing Training: Some Practical Guidelines (Mark S. Teachout, Craig R. Hall).

9 Issues in Implementing Large–ScaleSelection Programs (Nancy T. Tippins).

10 Going Global: Additional ConsiderationsInherent in Cross–Cultural Implementation (Scott L. Eggebeen).

11 Concluding Comments: The Role ofOrganizational Culture in ImplementingOrganizational Interventions (Elaine D. Pulakos, Jerry W. Hedge).

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Jerry Hedge
Elaine D. Pulakos
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