By D. Brent Smith
This quantity, in honor of Ben Schneider, highlights his paintings at the Attraction-Selection-Attrition (ASA) version of organizational habit which has turn into probably the most very important types within the historical past of team of workers Psychology. The valuable guideline of the ASA version is that individuals topic. even supposing organizational constitution methods, and weather and tradition are very important, they're essentially a mirrored image of the original selection of those that populate a firm. This edited quantity of unique scholarly contributions will upload perception to the numerous implications of Schneider’s pondering at the ASA version and organizational weather.
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Finally, let us mention one brief story. We wrote to the Society for I–O Psychology’s main office in order to check on the exact date of Ben’s presidential address to SIOP in 1985. We described briefly why we needed the information, and Lee Hakel, then the executive director of SIOP, wrote back to us about her impressions of the importance of ASA (Lee Hakel, personal communication, 2004). She wrote: “I–Os don’t [usually] talk to business people in language they understand. I always thought that Ben’s statement was near perfect in communicating with everyone.
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The People Make the Place: Exploring Dynamic Linkages Between Individuals and Organizations (Lea's Organization and Management Series) by D. Brent Smith