Author ORCID Identifier
Nikki Blacksmith: 0000-0002-8838-0305
Theodore L. Hayes: 0000-0002-0576-4283
Employers are facing a skills shortage in the labor market: there are not enough workers who can perform the complex decision-making tasks that characterize 21st-century work. This manuscript aims to stimulate research investigating the relationship among individual differences, decision-making aptitude, and decision performance. We offer guidelines for future research by laying out a framework to unify disparate streams of research from organizational science, and judgment and decision-making research. We advocate for the use of pattern-oriented analytical approaches to capture the complexities of the predictor and criterion space.
Blacksmith, Nikki; McCusker, Maureen E.; and Hayes, Theodore L.
"A Unifying Framework to Study Workplace Decision-Making Aptitude and Performance,"
Personnel Assessment and Decisions: Number 6
, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarworks.bgsu.edu/pad/vol6/iss2/8
Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Consortium Research Fellows Program Consortium Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area 4214 King Street, First Floor, Alexandria, VA 22302
Human Resources Management Commons, Industrial and Organizational Psychology Commons, Other Psychology Commons