Research: What Gets Implemented, and Why
The application of behavioral science research can contribute greatly to organizational and personal productivity. Our belief in that assertion is what motivated this conference. But, while there have been some very successful behavioral science applications including some presented at this conference (Cascio, this volume) there have been nowhere near as many as there could have been and should have been, largely because there is a gap, and a sizable one, between research and implementation.
KeywordsAcademic Researcher Organizational Problem Aptitude Test Personal Productivity Behavioral Science Research
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- Campbell, J. P., Daft, R. L. and Hulin, C. L. (1982). What to study: Generating and developing research questions Beverly Hills: Sage.Google Scholar
- Connolly, P. M. (1986). Implementing solutions as a consultant. The Industrial Organizational Psychologist 23 (4), 35–39.Google Scholar
- Hakel, M. D., Sorcher, M., Beer, M., and Moses, J. L. (1982). Making it happen: Designing research with implementation in mind Beverly Hills: Sage.Google Scholar
- Pedalino, E. and Gamboa, V. U. (1977). Behavior modification and absenteeism: Intervention in one industrial setting. Journal of Applied Psychology, 62, 529–540.Google Scholar