Invited Presentations


Please click on the following links to see invited presentations sorted by year:

2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993.

 


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2018

126. State of our science: Some modest proposals for improving our game. Department of Psychology and Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, College Park, February.

 

125. How to turn half-baked ideas into high-impact empirical studies. Business School, National University of Singapore, Singapore, February.

 


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2017

124. Star performers: Insights from talent management and leadership research. School of Business Administration, University of Miami, December.

 

123. Star performers and the credibility crisis in science: Insights from talent management. School of Business, George Washington University, October.

 

122. How to turn half-baked ideas into high-impact empirical studies. School of Business, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia, May.

 

121. How to turn half-baked ideas into high-impact empirical studies. School of Business, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, China, January.

 


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2016

120. Research incubator. John Molson School of Business, Montreal, Canada, October.

 

119. Revisiting some “established facts” in industrial and organizational psychology, management, and related fields. Department of Organizational Sciences and Communication, George Washington University, October.

 

118. Larry James Lecture: The when and why of effects: Moderation and mediation in strategic management research (live webcast to universities worldwide). Consortium for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (CARMA), University of Nebraska-Lincoln, September.

 

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117. Research incubator. George Washington University School of Business, Washington, DC, January.

 


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2015

116. Revisiting some “established facts” in the field of management. Harvard Business School, Cambridge, MA, March.

 

115. Dilemmas in multilevel research (with J. Mathieu and Z. Zhang). Multilevel Theory and Research Conference, Smeal College of Business, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, May.

 

114. Revisiting the norm of normality and other “established facts” in the field of management. University of Connecticut School of Business, Storrs, CT, February.

 

113. Research incubator. George Washington University School of Business, Washington, DC, September.

 

112. Research incubator: Turning half-baked ideas into high-impact empirical studies. Center for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis, School of Business Administration, Wayne State University, Detroit, June. 

 

111. Revisiting the norm of normality and other “established facts” in the field of management. George Washington University Business School, Washington, DC, February.

 

110. Revisiting “established facts” in the field of management. Fogelman College of Business and Economics, University of Memphis, September.

 

109. Revisiting some “established facts” in management and psychology. Ghent University, Belgium, October.

 

108. Designing and implementing experimental vignette methodology studies. City University of Hong Kong, China, January.

 


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2014

107. Como ganar la guerra de talentos en el siglo XXI [How to win the 21st-century war for talent]. University of Salamanca, Spain, November.

 

106. Revisiting some “established facts” in the field of management. Wisconsin School of Business, University of Wisconsin, Madison, June.

 

105. Revisiting “established facts” in management. McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University, March.

 


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2013                        

104. Managing the research process: Juggling multiple projects and co-authors. City University of Hong Kong, People’s Republic of China, October.

 

103. Revisiting “established facts” in management: Impact, individual performance, and the file drawer problem. University College Dublin, Ireland, September.

 

102. Improving research quality before data collection. Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Salamanca, Spain, June.

 

101. Learning and teaching foundational methods. 2013 Academy of Management Research Methods Division Consortium, real-time online presentation broadcast to universities worldwide, June.

 

100. Revisiting some “established facts” in I-O psychology and management: Outliers. Industrial and Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior Consortium of Illinois, Indiana, and other Midwestern States, real-time online presentation, February.

 

99. Revisiting some “established facts” in the field of management: Field experiments, the file drawer problem, and the distribution of individual performance. College of Business, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida, February.

  


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2012

98. Performance management in academia. University of Johannesburg, Johannesburg, South Africa, October.

97. Testing interactions with linear regression. Center for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis Distinguished Visiting Methodologist Lecture, School of Business Administration, Wayne State University, Detroit, May.

96. Revisiting some “established facts” in the field of management. Ohio University, Athens, OH, May.

95. Bridging science and practice. College of Business, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, February.

 


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2011

94. Bridging science and practice. Cornell University School of Hotel Administration, Ithaca, NY, November.

 

93. Debunking myths and urban legends about meta-analysis. Center for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis, School of Business Administration, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, September. [live webcast]

 

92. Best-practice recommendations for estimating interaction effects. Faculty of Business and Economics, Universidad de Salamanca, Spain, July.

 

91. Testing interactions with linear regression. Center for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis Distinguished Visiting Methodologist Lecture, School of Business, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, May.

 

90. Debunking myths and urban legends about meta-analysis. Department of Psychology, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, April.

 

89. Debunking myths and urban legends about meta-analysis. Mendoza College of Business, University of Notre Dame, March. 


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2010

88. Trends and challenges in I/O psychology and HRM research. Faculty of Management, University of Johannesburg, South Africa, October.

 

87. Performance management. Faculty of Business and Economics, Universidad de Salamanca, Spain, July.

 

86. Testing interactions with linear regression. Center for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis Distinguished Visiting Methodologist Lecture, School of Business, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, May.

 

85. Staffing practices used by Israeli Special Forces. Kelley International Perspective (KIP) Field Study Course—Israel. Kelley School of Business, Indiana U., Bloomington, IN, February. 


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2009

84. Organizational responsibility: Doing good and doing well. Society for Organizational Behavior, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, October.

 

83. Testing interactions with linear regression. Center for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis Distinguished Visiting Methodologist Lecture, School of Business, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, May.

 

82. Organizational responsibility: Doing good and doing well. Personnel and Human Resources Research Group, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, February. 


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2008

81. Trends in design, measurement, and data-analysis topics in the organizational sciences. Center for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (live webcast to universities worldwide), School of Business, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, September.

 

80. Conducting OB, HR, and methods research with rigor, relevance, and impact. Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, Bloomington, September.

 

79. Sabbatical experience in Spain (Fall 2007) & Puerto Rico (Spring 2008). Board of Advisors, University of Colorado Denver Business School, September.

 

78. Conducting OB, HR, and methods research with rigor, relevance, and impact. University of Alberta Business School, Edmonton, Canada, September.

 

77. Opening the black box of publishing and editorship. University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico, August.

 

76. Industrial and organizational psychology and the law. University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico, August.

 

75. Performance management: The good, the bad, and the ugly. University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico, August.

 

74. Testing interactions with linear regression. Center for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis, School of Business, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, May.

 

73. Performance management for “University Vision 2016:” An introduction. University of Puerto Rico, April.

 

72. Industrial and Organizational Psychology 1963-2007: Changes, choices, and trends. University of Puerto Rico, April. 


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2007

71. Methodological myths and urban legends about sample size in management research. Department of Management, University Carlos III, Madrid, Spain, October.

 

70. Testing interactions with linear regression. Center for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis, School of Business, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, May.

 

69. Statistical and methodological myths and urban legends about sample size in Management research. Department of Management, Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado at Boulder, May.

 

68. Methodological myths and urban legends about sample size. Department of Management & Organization, Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, April.

 

67. Performance management: The good, the bad, and the ugly. Department of Management & Marketing, University of Melbourne, Australia, March.

 

66. Estimating moderating/interaction effects in management research. Department of Management & Marketing, University of Melbourne, Australia, March.

 

65. The what, why, and how of using multiple regression in the social, behavioral and management sciences. Department of Human Resource Management, University of Johannesburg, South Africa, February. 


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2006

64. Current directions in selection decision making, managing interpersonal relations, and organizational research methods. Departments of Psychology and Management, Michigan State University, October.

 

63. Meta-analysis in management research. Faculty of Business and Economics, Universidad de Salamanca, Spain, September. 


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2005

62. Test-score banding in human resource selection. Department of Psychology, University of Puerto Rico, Rios Piedras, Puerto Rico, November.

 

61. Effect size and power in assessing moderating effects of categorical variables using multiple regression. Department of Psychology, University of Puerto Rico, Rios Piedras, Puerto Rico, November.

 

60. Current directions in staffing, managing interpersonal relations, and organizational research methods. Faculty of Business and Economics, Universidad de Salamanca, Spain, May.

 

59. Demand for certified human resources professionals in Internet-based job announcements. Faculty of Business and Economics, Universidad de Salamanca, Spain, June.

 

58. Estimating interaction/moderating effects using multiple regression. The Business School, Instituto de Empresa, Madrid, Spain, May.

 

57. Estimating interaction effects using multiple regression. Australian Graduate School of Management, University of Sydney and University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, March.

 

56. Estimating interaction effects using multiple regression. Department of Management, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia, March.

 

55. Assessing test fairness using moderated multiple regression. Personnel Testing Council of Metropolitan Washington DC, March.

 

54. Demand for certified human resources professionals in Internet-based job announcements. Society for Human Resource Management, Alexandria, VA, March. 


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2004

53. Estimating interaction effects using multiple regression. Center for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (also broadcast live online), School of Business, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, December.

52. Current directions in staffing, managing interpersonal relations, and organizational research methods. School of Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, October.

51. Estimating interaction effects using multiple regression. School of Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, October.

50. What do power, workplace romance, sexual harassment, staffing, and organizational research methods have in common? Smeal College of Business, Pennsylvania State University, October.

49. Performance management. Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3, France, September.

48. Estimating moderating effects using multiple regression. Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3, France, March.

47. Test-score banding in human resource selection. Civil Service Commission, City and County of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, March.


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2003

46. When workplace romances go sour: Implications for sexual harassment. Rutt Bridges Business Seminar Series, The Bard Center for Entrepreneurship Development, Denver, October.

 

45. Use and abuse of power in organizations. Alumni Brown Bagger, The Business School, University of Colorado Denver, Denver, January. 


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2002

44. Brief history and accomplishments of CU-Denver’s SHRM Chapter. Society for Human Resource Management Student Leadership Conference, Denver, September.

 

43. Estimating moderating effects using multiple regression. Celebrating Scholarship and Recognizing Excellence: Research Methods Division (Academy of Management), Denver, CO, August.

 

42. Performance management. Instituto de Empresa, Madrid, Spain, June.

 

41. Personnel selection, interpersonal relations, and applied research methods: 9-Year research update. Department of Psychology, University of Colorado Denver, May.

 

40. Getting a job during an economic downturn. The Bard Center for Entrepreneurship Development, Denver, April.

 

39. Staffing practices, interpersonal relations, and applied research methods: Research update. Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado, Boulder, March. 


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2001

38. Research methodology in international HRM. International Human Resources Management Faculty Development Workshop, Institute for International Business, Denver, June.

 

37. HRM in Latin America: Challenges and opportunities. International Human Resources Management Faculty Development Workshop, Institute for International Business, Denver, June.

 

36. Selección de personal, relaciones interpersonales, y metodología de la investigación: Implicancias para la administración de los recursos humanos. University Carlos III, Madrid, Spain, May.

 

35. Social power and influence in organizations: Research-based lessons for legislators. State of Colorado Legislative Luncheon, Denver, February. 


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2000

34. Social power and influence in organizations: Research-based lessons for managers. School of Management, University of Science Malaysia, Penang, November.

 

33. Interpersonal relations in organizations: Implications for management. School of Management, University of Science Malaysia, Penang, November.

 

32. Staffing practices, interpersonal relations, and applied research methods: Implications for HR management. Division of Strategy, Management, and Organization, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, October.

 

31. Estimating moderating/interaction effects using multiple regression. Department of Management, Faculty of Business, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, October.

 

30. HRM in Latin America: Challenges and opportunities. International Human Resources Management Faculty Development Workshop, Institute for International Business, Denver, June.

 

29. Management in Latin America: Legal and ethical implications. International Business Law and Ethics Faculty Development Workshop, Institute for International Business, Denver, June.

 

28. Pitfalls in estimating moderating effects: Implications for research and practice. Center for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis Distinguished Visiting Methodologist Lecture, School of Business, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, May.

 

27. Investigaciones recientes en recursos humanos: Consecuencias para la administración de empresas [Recent research in human resources management: Implications for business administration]. School of Business, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires, Argentina, May.

 

26. Staffing practices, interpersonal relations, and applied research methods: Implications for HR Management. School of Hotel Administration, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, March.

 

25. Personnel selection, interpersonal relations, and applied research methods: Implications for I/O psychology. Department of Psychology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, February. 


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1999

24. Staffing practices, interpersonal relations, and applied research methods: Implications for HR Management. Department of Management, Texas A&M University, College Station, September.

 

23. Social power and influence, personnel selection, and research methods in human resources management and industrial/organizational psychology: A research update. Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Santiago de Compostela, Spain, June.

 

22. Human resources management in Latin America. International Human Resources Management Faculty Development Workshop, Institute for International Business, Denver, May.

 

21. Changes in the nature of management and work: Implications for research administrators. Intermountain Meeting of University Research Administrators, Denver, April.

 

20. The exercise of power in organizations. University-wide invited presentation, University of Colorado Denver, Denver, April. 


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1998

19. Pitfalls in estimating moderating effects: Implications for I/O psychology research and practice. Department of Psychology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, October.

 

18. How can the definition of work readiness be broadened through collaboration and new assessment tools (with Kurt Kraiger, Brenda M. Palms, and Ricardo Esparza). Race and Work Readiness Meeting, The Annie E. Casey Foundation, Denver, August.

 

17. Assessment of bias in educational, psychological, and employment testing. Latino Research and Policy Center, Denver, April.

 

16. The changing nature of work and organizations at the threshold of a new millennium. United Nations Conference, Lima, Perú, April.

 

15. Personnel selection: New trends and techniques. Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, March. 


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1997

14. Transferability of US management practices to Latin America. Institute for International Business, Denver, June.

 

13. Staffing practices and interpersonal relations in organizations: Implications for HR management. College of Business and Administration, University of Colorado Denver, February. 


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1996

12. Power and influence in organizations: Recent research results and emerging issues. Department of Psychology, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, December.

 

11. Workplace romance: An underexamined organizational behavior. Department of Psychology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, November.

 

10. Exporting industrial/organizational psychology to Latin America. Colorado-Wyoming Association of Industrial/Organizational Psychologists, Denver, October.

 

9. Human resources management: Emerging trends and techniques. Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, October.

 

8. The implementation of the scientist-practitioner model. Department of Psychology, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT, March.

 

7. Power and influence in organizations: Current issues and emerging trends. Department of Psychology, University of Maryland, College Park, February. 


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1995

6. Líderes 1995 [Leaders 1995]. Seminarium, Buenos Aires, Argentina, December.

 

5. Power and influence in organizations. Department of Psychology, University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, October. 


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1994

4. Current trends in personnel management. Club Americano, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August (in collaboration with Kurt Kraiger). 


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1993

3. Detecting dichotomous moderators with range-restricted predictors. Department of Psychology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, October.

 

2. Statistical power in psychological research. Department of Psychology, California State University at San Marcos, April.

 

1. Detecting moderating effects using moderated multiple regression. Department of Psychology, Wright State University, Dayton, OH, March. 


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