I-O and Human Factors: A Match Made in Heaven
Kelley Krokos, PhD
American Institutes for Research (AIR)Details:
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I-O Psychologists engage in the science of work with the goal of improving the performance of both employees and their employing organizations. However, we cannot—and do not—do this work alone. Others, including human factors scientists, share and contribute to these goals in important ways. This presentation will provide an overview of the individual and collective contributions of both disciplines and will highlight examples of projects where both I-O and HF expertise were needed. Particular attention will be paid to differences in how theses disciplines are viewed by academia, by funding clients, and by the researchers themselves. In many situations, we can create a better product together than either one of us could alone.
Kelley Krokos has been contributing to applied research in human capital and job performance since 1994. As a Principal Research Scientist at the American Institutes for Research (AIR), she manages a large portfolio of research that focuses on improving individual and organizational functioning in high risk industries including aviation, healthcare, law enforcement, and the military. She uses both traditional and non-traditional I-O data collection tools to build and evaluate human capital systems including personnel selection, training, certification, job and system design/development, and performance assessment/appraisal. She earned her MS and Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from North Carolina State University.
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