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This special issue of the Journal of Business and Psychology focuses on the linkage between the science and practice of psychology in applied organizational settings. The purpose of this special edition is to (a) cover current hot topics and cutting edge practice areas in HR and/or the psychology of organizations, and (b) raise compelling research issues and ideas for researchers to pursue, with an overall goal of helping bridge the science to practice gap. Each of the 14 articles included in this special issue were selected because they focus on some critical aspect of an important topic in applied organizational settings for which there is either limited, contradictory, or very little formal research in the literature. Key themes include: employee engagement, ensuring sustained behavior change through feedback and coaching, the impact of emerging technologies such as social networking sites on HR practices, and talent management and retention among others.
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Bracken, D. W. & Rose, D. S. (2011). When does 360-feedback create behavior change? And how would we know it when it does? Journal of Business and Psychology, 26(2), 183–192.
Brown, V. R., & Vaughn, E. D. (2011). The writing on the (Facebook) wall: The use of social networking sites in hiring decisions. Journal of Business and Psychology, 26(2), 219–225.
Capelli, P. (2008). Talent on demand: Managing talent in an age of uncertainty. Boston: Harvard Business Press.
Cardy, R. L. & Lengnick-Hall, M. L. (2011). Will they stay or will they go? Exploring a customer-oriented approach to employee retention. Journal of Business and Psychology, 26(2), 213–217.
Church, A. H. (2006). Talent management. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 44(1), 33–36.
Church, A. H., & Waclawski, J. (2010). Organizational self-awareness and authentic engagement: The modern quest for the Holy Grail. In D. Dotlich, P. Cairo, S. Rhinesmith, & R. Meeks (Eds.), The 2010 Pfeiffer annual: Leadership development (pp. 148–161). New York: Wiley.
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Davison, H. K., Maraist, C., & Bing, M. N. (2011). Friend of foe? The promise and pitfalls of using social networking sites for HR descisions. Journal of Business and Psychology, 26(2), 153–159.
Deal, J. J., Altman, D. G., & Rogelberg, S. G. (2010). Millennials at work: What we know and what we need to do (if anything). Journal of Business and Psychology, 25(2), 191–199. CrossRef
Effron, M., & Ort, M. (2010). One page talent management: Eliminating complexity, adding value. Boston: Harvard Business School Publishing.
Garman, A. N. (2011). Shooting for the moon: How academicians could make management research even less irrelevant. Journal of Business and Psychology, 26(2), 129–133.
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Judge, T. A., & Church, A. H. (2000). Job satisfaction: Research and practice. In C. L. Cooper & E. A. Locke (Eds.), Industrial and organizational psychology: Linking theory with practice (pp. 167–198). Oxford, UK: Blackwell.
Kantrowitz, T. M., Dawson, C. R., & Fetzer, M. S. (2011). Computer adaptive testing (CAT): A faster, smarter, and more secure approach to pre-employment testing. Journal of Business and Psychology, 26(2), 227–232.
Love, L. F. & Singh, P. (2011). Workplace branding: Leveraging human resources management practices for competitive advantage through “best employer” surveys. Journal of Business and Psychology, 26(2), 175–181.
Macey, W. H., & Schneider, B. (2008). The meaning of employee engagement. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 1(1), 3–30. CrossRef
Marks, M. L. & Mirvis, P. H. (2011). Merge ahead: A research agenda to increase merger and acquisition success. Journal of Business and Psychology, 26(2), 161–168.
McDonnell, A. (2011). Still fighting the “war for talent”? Bridging the science versus practice gap. Journal of Business and Psychology, 26(2), 169-173.
Mone, E., Eisinger, C., Guggenheim, K., Price, B., & Stine, C. (2011). Performance management at the wheel: Driving employee engagement in organizations. Journal of Business and Psychology, 26(2), 205–212.
Rogelberg, S. G., Church, A. H., Waclawski, J., & Stanton, J. (2002). Organizational survey research. In S. G. Rogelberg (Ed.), Handbook of research methods in industrial and organizational psychology (pp. 141–160). Malden, MA: Blackwell.
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Schippers, M. C. & Hogenes, R. (2011). Energy management of people in organizations: A review and research agenda. Journal of Business and Psychology, 26(2), 193–203.
Silzer, R., & Dowell, B. E. (Eds.). (2010). Strategy-driven talent management: A leadership imperative. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Smither, J. W. (2011). Can psychotherapy research serve as a guide for research about executive coaching? An agenda for the next decade . Journal of Business and Psychology, 26(2), 135–145.
Tonidandel, S., & LeBreton, J. M. (2011). Relative importance analysis—A useful supplement to regression analyses. Journal of Business and Psychology, 26(1), 1–9. CrossRef
Twenge, J. M. (2010). A review of the empirical evidence on generational differences in work attitudes. Journal of Business and Psychology, 25(2), 201–210. CrossRef
Van Rooy, D. L., Whitman, D. S., Hart, D., & Caleo, S. (2011). Measuring employee engagement during a financial downturn: Business imperative or nuisance? Journal of Business and Psychology, 26(2), 147–152.
Yost, P. R., McLellan, J. R., Ecker, D. L., Chang, G. C., Hereford, J. M., Roenicke, C. C., Town, J. B., & Winberg, Y. L. (2011). HR interventions that go viral. Journal of Business and Psychology, 26(2), 233–239.
- Bridging the Gap Between the Science and Practice of Psychology in Organizations: State of the Practice Reflections
Allan H. Church
- Springer US
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