This book uses the employee lifecycle as an underlying organizing framework and examines critical phases in I/O practice and the employee lifecycle (e.g., selection/placement, performance management/development, ongoing organizational performance). It also shows how they are manifested in a global and culture-spanning space. The book showcases various sets of I/O practices that are firmly grounded in good science. Throughout the book, practical advice is offered by those who have engaged clients globally in each of these phases. This resource is written for global I/O faculty and practitioners, students, and HR professionals.
The Editor Kyle Lundby is a senior consultant with strong business acumen and a proven track record of supporting global organizations in their talent management and organizational change efforts. He has a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and has numerous publications and presentations to his credit. Lundby recently returned to the United States after completing a multi-year expatriate assignment in Asia.