Nothing Endures but Change: I-O's Role in Organizational Transformations

Stephanie Klein, Laura Baranowski, Cathy DuBois, Kevin Kramer, Lizzette Lima, Norm Perrault

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Abstract

Change happens but is often painful. I-O psychology equips us to drive effective change, even when not directly tasked with change management. Experienced panelists will share strategy and practices for successful organizational transformation and for visibility. Session is designed for midcareer professionals facing change, though it will benefit all SIOP attendees.
Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - Apr 2013
EventSociety for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference - Houston
Duration: Apr 11 2013Apr 13 2013
Conference number: 28
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Conference

ConferenceSociety for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference
Abbreviated titleSIOP Conference
CityHouston
Period4/11/134/13/13
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Keywords

  • industrial-organizational psychology
  • psychology
  • I-O psychology
  • change management
  • transformational change
  • organizational effectiveness
  • visibility
  • SIOP

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    Klein, S., Baranowski, L., DuBois, C., Kramer, K., Lima, L., & Perrault, N. (2013). Nothing Endures but Change: I-O's Role in Organizational Transformations. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Annual Conference, Houston, .