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Welsh, D. T., Ordóñez, L. D., Snyder, D. G., & Christian, M. S. (2015). The slippery slope: How small ethical transgressions pave
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The idea that there is actually a science to training, and a methodology to be followed to ensure its effectiveness, is an anathema to many.
Yesterday we noted that there was little support for the Belbin team model. The idea that there is a prescribed model for
In yesterday’s blog, we discussed the power of two and the myth of the single star innovator. The follow on from this
I’m a couple of blogs behind for the year. While this is indicative of a busy and successful year at OPRA, it
Chin, G. & Culotta, E. (2014). What the numbers tell us. Science, 344(6), 818-821. Abstract “In 2011, the wrath of the 99%
Studies You Should Know: The Relationship Between Conscientiousness and Performance May Well Be Curvilinear
Carter, N.T., Dalal, D.K., Boyce, A.S., O'Connell, M.S., Kung, M-C., & Delgado, K.M. (2013). Uncovering curvilinear relationships between conscientiousness and job performance:
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