Company News


Dr. Scott Tannenbaum Wins SIOP's Distinguished Professional Contributions Award

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Scott Tannenbaum, President of gOE, has received the Distinguished Professional Contributions Award from the Society of Industrial/Organizational Psychology (SIOP). This award is given to an individual who has developed, refined, and implemented practices, procedures, and methods that have had a major, demonstrable impact on people at work, organizations and the practice of I-O psychology. It is SIOP's top award to an I/O practitioner.

gOE turns 30

The Group for Organizational Effectiveness (gOE) is celebrating its 30th anniversary! Launched in 1987, we have provided consulting and research services, tools, and workshops to over one-third of the Fortune 100, as well as many mid-sized firms, government agencies and the armed services

The New gOEbase

 We're proud to announce a major upgrade and modernization of gOEbase, the premier toolkit for internal consultants.

Based on input from the user community, we've launched the New gOEbase! With a more modern look and feel, the New gOEbase allows for quicker, easier identification of the "right" resource, along with many enhanced features, including better usability on handheld devices such as tablets.

gOE Launches Effort to Help NASA's Mission to Mars

gOE has begun work on a research grant from NASA to study team resilience and adaptation. In a previous effort for NASA, we examined the science of team composition and demonstrated how a team debriefing tool (DebriefNow) can boost team resilience and effectiveness during a mission.

Research on Motivation Wins SIOP Award

Christopher Cerasoli of the gOE team, in conjunction with collaborators Jessica Nicklin from the University of Hartford and Michael Ford from The University at Albany were selected to receive the inaugural Schmidt-Hunter Meta-Analysis Award by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) for their paper: "Intrinsic Motivation and Extrinsic Incentives Jointly Predict Performance: A 40-Year Meta-Analysis."