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kantrowitz tracy (curatore); reynolds douglas h. (curatore); scott john (curatore) - talent assessment

Talent Assessment Embracing Innovation and Mitigating Risk in the Digital Age

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Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 08/2023

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The field of workplace assessment is at a critical stage in its evolution. The intersection of new technologies, globalization, and market shifts among assessment providers has created dramatic opportunities for the field along with some significant challenges. Artificial intelligence (AI) and other technological advances have altered what is possible in talent acquisition. As a new generation of technology-driven applications comes of age, a host of new issues and opportunities have emerged that require assessment professionals to respond with an informed perspective that balances return-on-investment priorities with appropriate professional and scientific rigor. In response to this context, this volume focuses on trends and innovations in talent assessment, framing practical solutions for managing the disruption in assessment while incorporating new insights and technologies into organizational assessment programs. Featuring chapters from consultants and technologists pushing the edges of what's possible with new tools, to professionals putting them into practice, and attorneys who focus on minimizing risk, this volume examines these disruptive forces from all sides. The chapters are grouped into four sections that cover (1) advances in the foundational science of assessment, (2) technology-related innovations, (3) updates to regulations, principles, and standards, and (4) assessment for development. Including a variety of case studies that describe talent assessment in action and how organizations of varying sizes develop and implement assessment programs, this book is ideal for practitioners and academics in the field.


1 - Context and Overview
2 - When Worlds Collide: Using What We Know About Machine Learning to Inform Assessment Practices
3 - Methodological Updates in Personality Assessment for High- Stakes Use
4 - Advances in Cognitive Ability Assessment in the Mitigation of Group Differences
5 - Applying Natural Language Processing to Assessment
6 - Personality Assessment: Past, Present, and Future
7 - Reflections on Advancements in Assessment
8 - Artificial Intelligence in Automated Scoring of Video Interviews
9 - Social Media Data in Assessments
10 - Transforming Leadership Assessment Using Natural Language Processing
11 - Mobile- Enabled Assessment in the Modern Talent Landscape
12 - Technology- Enabled Simulation in Selection: Opportunities and Cautions
13 - Fixing the Industrial- Organizational Psychology- Technology Interface (IOPTI): Avoiding Both IO/ Tech and Tech/ IO Conflict
14 - Balancing Innovation and Professional Standards for Employment Tests
15 - Data Privacy Implications of Assessment Technology
16 - Potential Impact of Disabilities and Neurodiversity on the Constructs Measured by Selection Procedures
17 - Reflections on Legal and Standards Update: Opportunity Meets Reality
18 - Coaching- Centric Assessments: Deep Data to Fuel Guided Growth
19 - From Tried and True to Shiny and New: Current Best Practices in Assessment for Development and the New Technologies That Will Soon Replace Them
20 - Maximizing the Effectiveness of Assessment- Rich Leadership Development Programs
21 - Reflections on Assessment for Development
22 - Connecting People and Opportunities With Artificial Intelligence
23 - Applications of High- Stakes Rich- Media Simulations
24 - Psychoneurometric Assessments for High-Risk Jobs
25 - Gamified Assessments for Prehire Evaluation
26 - The Full (Assessment) Monty: Accelerating Individual and Organizational Development
27 - Driving Company Growth and Leader Development: Innovations from Asia
28 - Assessment in a Large Multinational
29 - Putting the Pieces Together: Reflections on the Next Chapter of Assessment Progress
30 - Optimizing the Value of Assessments Through Myth Busting and Stakeholder Communications
31 - Venture Capital: Friend or Foe for Talent Assessment?
32 - Making Progress on Diversity: The Promise of Inclusive Leadership
33 - Themes and Directions


Tracy Kantrowitz is Chief Product Officer at Personnel Decisions Research Institute (PDRI) where she leads assessment product development and implementation programs. She has published in leading journals on assessment science and has led large-scale assessment programs for U.S Office of Personnel Management, Air Force, Army, NASA, Department of Homeland Security, Federal Bureau of Investigation, members of the intelligence community, and Google. A SIOP Fellow, she recently served as its Professional Practice Officer. She has been awarded the Distinguished Early Career Contributions - Practice and M. Scott Myers Award for applied research in the workplace, and serves on the editorial board of Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice. Douglas H. Reynolds is Executive Vice President of Innovations and Technology at Development Dimensions International (DDI), where his team develops and implements software-based assessment and learning products for Fortune 500 companies. Reynolds has served as an expert witness regarding personnel selection practices, and he has published and presented frequently on topics related to the intersection of I-O psychology and technology. He co-edited Next Generation Technology-Enhanced Assessment, and the Handbook of Workplace Assessment, and co-authored Online Recruiting and Selection. He is a Past President of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (2012-2013) and recipient of SIOP's Distinguished Professional Contributions Award. John Scott is Chief Operating Officer and Co-founder of APTMetrics. Dr. Scott has more than 30 years of experience designing and implementing talent management and assessment systems across a variety of global, high-stakes settings. He is a Fellow of both the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) and the American Psychological Association (APA). He is a recipient of SIOP's Distinguished Professional Contributions and Distinguished Service Awards, as well as its Humanitarian Award. Scott is a SIOP Foundation Board Trustee and previously served as SIOP's Senior Representative to the United Nations. He also served as an APA Council representative and is the past editor-in-chief of SIOP's premier journal, Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice. Scott has co-edited or co-authored 4 books and 45 chapters and articles in the field of organizational psychology.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 242 x 40.0 x 160 mm Ø 892 gr
Formato: Copertina rigida
Pagine Arabe: 552

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