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Host, Elizabeth Moraff, speaks with Dr. Gretchen Spreitzer, a professor of Business Administration at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. Dr. Spreitzer has focused her work on empowering employees and on positive leadership in organizations. She will soon publish a chapter on “new worlds of work” and speaks on alternative work arrangements, focusing on how more employees will be shifting away from a traditional 9-5, 40 hours a week job in a specified location.
To download, visit http://hdl.handle.net/1853/60863Transcript Research Area: Career
Host, Keaton Fletcher, talks with Richard Landers, John P. Campbell Distinguished Professor of Industrial-Organizational Psychology at the University of Minnesota, and the brain behind NeoAcademic, a blog covering a range of topics related to I-O psychology. They discuss the future of I-O psychology in the modern workforce and ways to integrate I-O with modern technological advances available to our field.
To download, visit https://smartech.gatech.edu/handle/1853/60840Transcript Research Area: Technology
Host, Keaton Fletcher talks with Devin O'Connor, Founder of the Grow Group, about ways to better incorporate individuals with disabilities in the modern workforce and how the science and practice of management can better include this underrepresented population.
To download, visit http://hdl.handle.net/1853/60466Transcript Research Area: Selection
Host, Keaton Fletcher, talks with Ali Greenberg, founder of The Broad, a coworking and community space for women and gender minorities in Richmond, Virginia. Keaton and Ali discuss the specific needs of women in the modern workforce, and what it means to design a space for women. Ali explains the thought that went into creating The Broad, and how science has informed her choices.
To download, visit: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/60384Transcript Research Area: The Modern Workforce
Host, Ben Perrodin, talks with Tim Lawrence, Executive Director of SkillsUSA. Ben and Tim Lawrence discuss the value of and need for careers in technical education, a 21st century take on vocational education that helps guide learners into career pathways. Lawrence explains what the skills gap is and its implications for employers, employees, customers, and job seekers. He elaborates on the difference between the skills gap in basic, softer employability skills and more technical, job specific skills. He also discusses the value of industry-recognized credentials and how 21st century technology is changing the face of career technical education.
To download, visit: hdl.handle.net/1853/59455Transcript Research Area: The Modern Workforce, Work Across the Lifespan
Host, Alex LoPilato, and Dr. Sonit Bafna, an Associate Professor of Architecture at Georgia Institute of Technology, discuss architectural morphology and its reciprocity with modern work. Dr. Bafna elaborates on space syntax, the nature of how different aspects of a building come together to create a recognizable structure. Together Alex and Dr. Bafna explore the implications architecture have for work, such as establishing a hierarchy among employees, or promoting different workplace culture. Dr. Bafna also provides the titles and quick summaries of books that target the interface of psychology and architecture.
To download, visit: hdl.handle.net/1853/59454Transcript Research Area: Workers and Technology, The Modern Workforce
Host, Alex LoPilato, discusses all things big data and work science with Dr. Fred Oswald, Professor of Industrial-Organizational Psychology at Rice University. Together, Alex and Dr. Oswald clear the air about what makes big data “big,” and the difference between dustbowl empiricism and big data analytic techniques. Dr. Oswald also highlights some potential applications of big data in work science, such as data mining resumes or social media to improve hiring techniques, or monitoring multiple ambulatory measures of employees’ health and wellbeing.
For download, visit hdl.handle.net/1853/59451Transcript Research Area: Workers and Technology, The Modern Workforce