Richard R. Reilly

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Although it appears that many assume job analysis information is accurate, there is considerable evidence from other fields to suggest that the types of subjective judgments often involved in job analysis may be subject to systematic sources of inaccuracy. Drawing from the social, cognitive, and industrial-organizational psychology literatures, this review(More)
AbstrAct Achieving IT-business alignment has been a long-standing, critical, information management issue. A theoretical framework of the maturity levels of management practices and strategic IT choices that facilitate alignment was empirically tested and validated. Confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) validated 6 factors and identified 22 indices to measure(More)
This paper explores the critical practices impacting a new product team's ability to learn and succeed. By investigating the practices of 281 new product teams from around the world, several factors emerged that impact a team's ability to acquire and use knowledge to reduce cycle time and improve their probability of success. The significant factors(More)
Response biases in biodata scores derived with option-keying and item-keying procedures were investigated. Results indicated that (a) when subjects simulated responding as job applicants they distorted their responses in a socially desirable direction; (b) itemkeyed scores were susceptible to inflation due to socially desirable responding and specific(More)
Trust between coworkers is critical to the success of organizations and teams. This is especially true for those who are geographically dispersed and who must interact virtually. The authors studied the factors related to the development of trust between pairs of coworkers (dyads) in a new product development team. Some of the members were colocated, and(More)
Two studies were conducted to examine the effects of job familiarity and impression management on response latencies and scale scores for measures of personality and situational judgment. In a laboratory study using university students and a field study using U.S. Border Patrol Agent applicants, impression management was generally associated with faster(More)
As autonomous machines become more pervasive, situations will arise when human decision-makers will receive advice from both machines and other humans. When these instructions conflict, a new social situation is defined for which we have little precedent. The authors propose a model for investigating these situations. The model synthesizes research from(More)