Griffith, Richard L.

Internationalizing the Curriculum in Organizational Psychology

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Table of contents

Part I. Context

1. Expect Surprises: I-O and the Global Business Environment
Milton D. Hakel

2. Challenges and opportunities to developing South–North program partnerships
Ishbel McWha, Gubela Mji, Malcolm MacLachlan, Stuart C. Carr

3. The Science of a Global Organizational Psychology: Differing Approaches and Assumptions
Donald M. Truxillo, Franco Fraccaroli

Part II. Curricula

4. Educational Approaches Across Cultures: Consequences for International I/O Programs
Jessica L. Wildman, Rubina A. Qureshi, Maritza Salazar, Eduardo Salas

5. An Integrated International Learning Model for Internationalizing I/O Psychology Programs
Sharon Glazer, Carolina Moliner, Carmen Carmona

6. Teaching and Learning Work, Organization, and Personnel Psychology Internationally. The Erasmus Mundus Program
Vicente Martínez-Tur, José M Peiró, Isabel Rodríguez

7. Preparing Global Managers and Consultants: A Justification and Framework for International Exchange Programs in Higher Education
Matthew J. Monnot, Thad Barnowe, Gregory Youtz

Part III. Competencies

8. I/O Cross-Cultural Competencies: Enhancing Creativity and Innovation in Organizations
Barbara Kożusznik, Barbara Kożusznik, Małgorzata W. Kozusznik, Małgorzata W. Kozusznik

9. Developing Successful Global Consultants
Matthew O’Connell, Mei-Chuan Kung, Esteban Tristan

10. Training and Retraining I-O Psychology Faculty for Internationalization
Beverly Burke

Part IV. Concrete Action

11. The Making of Generation G: Education and Collaborative Teaching to Create the Next Generation of International Work and Organizational Psychologists
William K. Gabrenya, Wenhua Yan 严文华

12. International Collaboration Experience (ICE): Using Multi-Country Student Collaboration Projects to Enhance Learning and Faculty Research
Vas Taras, Tim Muth, Beth Gitlin

13. Challenges of Conducting Global Research
Kwok Leung, Jie Wang, Hong Deng

14. Doing Research in International Organizations
Allen I. Kraut

15. A Global Context: Future Goals of Work and Organizational Psychology and Demands of Civil Society
Francesco Avallone

Keywords: Psychology, Industrial, Organisational and Economic Psychology, Cross Cultural Psychology, Educational Psychology

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