John Mathieu from the University of Connecticut (and a frequent gOE collaborator) along with gOE team members Scott Tannenbaum, Jamie Donsbach, and George Alliger published an article that examines how team composition can affect team performance. It is published in the Journal of Management, one of the premier management and applied psychology journals, and provides a deep dive into team composition models.
Scott Tannenbaum, gOE's President, along with Professors Eduardo Salas, Kurt Kraiger, and Kim Smith-Jentsch published "The Science of Training and Development in Organizations: What Matters in Practice" in Psychological Science in the Public Interest, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science.
Professor Erik Eddy (from Siena College and a gOE Alum!), Scott Tannenbaum (from gOE), and Professor John Mathieu (from UConn) conducted this study comparing two techniques that teams can use to lead debriefs on their own.
George Alliger, a member of the gOE team, recently co-edited The Handbook of Work Analysis: The Methods, Systems, Applications, & Science of Work Measurement in Organizations.
Two members of gOE’s team, Scott Tannenbaum and Chris Cerasoli published an article in the Human Factors Journal entitled, “Do Team and Individual Debriefs Enhance Performance? A Meta-Analysis.”
Meta-analysis is a statistical technique for quantitatively combining the results from prior studies.