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: Vol. 6
, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarworks.bgsu.edu/pad/vol6/iss2/8
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