Job Analysis in the Virtual World: Maintaining Engagement with SMEs and Clients
Organizations are reacting in different ways to the COVID-19 outbreak, but the biggest change is flexible or 100% remote work arrangements for the majority of workers. So what does this new reality mean for I/O practitioners that depend on gathering and analyzing detailed job-related data from subject matter experts (SMEs) or in-person observations? Job analysis and competency modeling, the bread and butter of I/O psychology, require good data to accurately dissect job tasks, define work behaviors, and determine the right solution. However, our research and experience has shown that gathering data and engaging SMEs can be difficult in a purely virtual environment.
Session 1 (10AM - 12PM): Fundamentals of job analysis including similarities and differences between job analysis and competency modeling.
Session 2 (1PM - 3PM): Best practices for engaging SMEs in our new virtual COVID-19 environment -- even with kids and pets in the background.
Alexis Avery, MA, has an abundance of experience in employee engagement, organizational assessment, and data analytics. Alexis elevated her I-O career by leading employee engagement, leadership development, and recruitment initiatives at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia. She earned her Master’s in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the University of Georgia, and currently works in the Personnel Research and Assessment Division for U.S. Customs and Border Protection managing the Border Patrol promotions assessment program, agency wide exit survey, and other organizational transformative initiatives. Alexis is a member of the PTCMW, Blacks in I-O DMV, and serves as the Vendor & Sponsorship chair on the conference planning committee for IPAC.
Marni Falcone, MA, is an Engagement Manager on the Management Team at FMP Consulting, a human capital consulting firm located in Arlington, VA. Marni has over 12 years of experience working on and leading human capital projects for the public, private and non-profit sectors. Her areas of expertise include: competency modeling, applied training and development, competency/skill gap assessment and analysis, workforce analysis, job/competency analysis, employee selection, career development, and program evaluation. Marni received her MA in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from George Mason University, is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), and Certified Scrum Master (CSM).
Josh Isaacson, PhD, is a Manager in the Human Capital Advisory practice at KPMG LLP, a multinational professional services network, and one of the Big Four consulting organizations. With 14 years of experience working with private and public entities, he draws from different perspectives to provide insights and apply leading practices in organizational science to solve tough problems. Recent projects have included competency modeling, job analysis, workforce planning, and performance management design. Prior to joining KPMG, Josh was a Senior Consultant at PDRI. Josh earned his Doctorate in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the Florida Institute of Technology, has served as President of PTCMW, and held multiple committee positions at SIOP.
Peter Seely, PhD, is a Personnel Psychologist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) with six years of experience applying industrial/organizational psychology principles to support human capital efforts in the public and private sectors. He is the technical lead for CDC’s internal I-O psychology consulting unit. He manages and oversees the Agency-wide competency modeling program at the CDC, as well as the Agency-wide hiring assessment system. Prior to his time at CDC, Peter worked as an external consultant leading human capital efforts with private and public sector clients.
- This workshop consists of two 2-hour sessions. Registration includes both sessions.
- This presentation will be a live webcast - where attendees can ask questions.
- The recorded webcast will be available to PTCMW members in the webcast library.
- Registration closes at 12PM EST the day before the event.
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