This handbook makes a unique contribution to organizational psychology and HRM by providing comprehensive international coverage of the contemporary field of team working and collaborative organizational processes. It provides critical reviews of key topics related to teams including design, diversity, leadership, trust processes and performance measurement, drawing on the work of leading thinkers including Linda Argote, Neal Ashkanasy, Robert Kraut, Floor Rink and Daan van Knippenberg.
Eduardo Salas is Professor and Allyn R. & Gladys M. Cline Chair in Psychology at Rice University, USA. Previously, he was Trustee Chair and Professor of Psychology at the University of Central Florida and Program Director for Human Systems Integration Research Department at the Institute for Simulation & Training. He has authored over three hundred journal articles and book chapters, has co-edited 15 books, and is a Past Editor of the SIOP Professional Practice book series.
Ramón Rico is Professor of Organizational Behavior in Department of Social Psychology and Methodology at the Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain, and has held a visiting professorship at the University of Central Florida, USA. He is Associate Editor of the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology and has published widely in journals including the Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology and the Journal of Management.
Jonathan Passmore is Professor of Psychology at the University of Evora, Portugal, Managing Director of Embrion, a psychology consulting company, and one of the UK's foremost leadership coaches with a wealth of private sector and academic experience. His prolific research, writing, consultancy, and speaking have made him a recognized authority on coaching and organizational change. His many books include Excellence in Coaching: The Industry Guide.
The new editors offer essential breath of experience on aviation human factors from multiple perspectives (i.e. scientific research, regulation, funding agencies, technology, and implementation) as well as knowledge about the science. The contributors are experts in their fields.
Topics carried over from the first edition are fully updated, several by new authors who are now at the fore of the field. New material - which represents 50% of the volume - focuses on the challenges facing aviation specialists today. One of the most significant developments in this decade has been NextGen, the Federal Aviation Administration's plan to modernize national airspace and to address the impact of air traffic growth by increasing airspace capacity and efficiency while simultaneously improving safety, environmental impacts and user access. NextGen issues are covered in full. Other new topics include: High Reliability Organizational Perspective, Situation Awareness & Workload in Aviation, Human Error Analysis, Human-System Risk Management, LOSA, NOSS and Unmanned Aircraft System.Comprehensive text with up-to-date synthesis of primary source material that does not need to be supplementedNew edition thoroughly updated with 50% new material and full coverage of NexGen and other modern issuesInstructor website with test bank and image collection makes this the only text offering ancillary supportLiberal use of case examples exposes readers to real-world examples of dangers and solutions
Yet, numerous entreaties notwithstanding, industrial and organizational psychologists typically have not incorporated a judgment and decision-making perspective in their research. The current book begins to remedy the situation by facilitating cross-pollination between the disciplines of organizational psychology and decision-making. The book describes both laboratory and more “naturalistic” field research on judgment and decision-making, and applies it to core topics of interest to industrial and organizational psychologists: performance appraisal, employee selection, individual differences, goals, leadership, teams, and stress, among others. The book also suggests ways in which industrial and organizational psychology research can benefit the discipline of judgment and decision-making. The authors of the chapters in this book conduct research at the intersection of organizational psychology and decision-making, and consequently are uniquely positioned to bridging the divide between the two disciplines.