15 episodes

Meet the minds shaping the way we think about work.

SIOP Conversation Series Kelly Reed

    • Business

Meet the minds shaping the way we think about work.

    Episode 15: A Conversation with John Boudreau

    Episode 15: A Conversation with John Boudreau

    In the 15th installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with John Boudreau, Ph.D., the Research Director for USC’s Center for Effective Organizations and Professor of Management and Organization at Marshall School of Business.

    Episode 14: A Conversation with Paul Sackett

    Episode 14: A Conversation with Paul Sackett

     In the fourteenth installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with Paul Sackett, Ph.D., the Beverly and Richard Fink Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of Minnesota.

    Episode 13: A Conversation with Nancy Tippins

    Episode 13: A Conversation with Nancy Tippins

    In the thirteenth conversation of the Conversation Series, we speak with Nancy Tippins, Ph.D., a Principal of the Nancy T. Tippins Group, LLC. *Correction: Dr. Tippins mentioned the book "America at Work." This book was written by Ed Lawler, not Lyman Porter. 

    Episode 12: A Conversation with Ann Marie Ryan

    Episode 12: A Conversation with Ann Marie Ryan

    In the 12th installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with Ann Marie Ryan, PhD, a professor of organizational psychology at Michigan State University.

    Episode 11: A Conversation with Bob Eichinger

    Episode 11: A Conversation with Bob Eichinger

    In the eleventh installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with Bob Eichinger, the President of TeamTelligent, LLC and Senior Director of Solutions for MatrixInsights.

    Episode 8: A Conversation with Fred Oswald

    Episode 8: A Conversation with Fred Oswald

    In the eighth installment of the Conversation Series, we speak with Fred Oswald, Ph.D., Professor and Chairman of the Graduate Committee at Rice University and outgoing SIOP President.

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So excited for this series. As someone not in graduate school yet, but wanting to stay current in the research, this is perfect. One thing though, I listen to it in my car with the volume pretty high up because the voices are low... could y'all edit the voices to be a little louder? Thank you!

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