Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Fellows Corporate Consortium, LLC (FCC) utilizes Industrial/Organizational Psychology strategies to help client corporations maximize their human assets by: (a) focusing on people and performance; (b) selection; (c) training, retention, and development; and (d) putting new strategies in place to ensure and improve organizational performance. Organizations must create effective systems change in its corporate systems through strategic movements of organizational systems from vertical structures to horizontal, fluid, and circular systems accompanied with high levels of accountability and congruity, expand the knowledgebase for decision making, structure development, environmental management, and human interaction strategies to change organizational functioning to a thinking practice focused on systems development by evaluating degrees to which the alignment between people and organizational systems exist.

This field focuses on the theoretical and practical issues of the human condition and the application of human conditions, values, beliefs, attitudes and strategies to the systemic issues of organizations. Particular attention is focused toward the congruity issues of people and organizational systems. Attention is given in this process of inquiry to the issues of systems change, holistic change, transformation, development, change creation and change implementation. Key to this study is the exploration of cultural and cross-cultural issues embedded in organizational life and how those lives impact the ability of the organization to make critical changes for its “life cycle”. In essence, client organizations must experience alignment with their expressed policies and procedures in order to achieve maximum bottom line benefits, and turning points in their managers and employees lives.

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