Alison Romney
EYRING, Alison Romney Adjunct Associate Professor Department:  Management & Organisation Office:  BIZ2-3-49 Contact:  65-6516-6886 Email:  bizalr@nus.edu.sg Curriculum Vitae
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    • Business Growth And Innovation
    • Talent Strategies
    • Journal Articles
      • EYRING, Alison Romney (2008), "Executing growth strategies in China: Perspective on people and organisation", Human Resource Planning Society Journal, Volume 31 Issue 1
      • EYRING, Alison Romney and Stead, B.A (1998), "Shaterring the glass ceiling: Some successful corporate practices", Journal of Business Ethics, 17, 245-251
      • EYRING, Alison Romney, Campion, J.E. and Turban, D.B. (1995), "Factor related to job acceptance decisions of college recruits", Journal of Vocational Behavior, 47, 193-213
      • EYRING, Alison Romney and Stead, B.A (1994), "Steps to implement effective business/education partnerships", Journal of Public Relations, 15:3, 10-13
      • EYRING, Alison Romney, Turban, D.B. and Campion, J.E (1993), "Job attributes: Preferences compared with reasons given for accepting and rejecting job offers", Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 66, 71-81
      • EYRING, Alison Romney and Fitzsimmons, D (1993), "Valuing and managing cultural diversity in the workplace", American Journal of Hospital Pharmacology, 50, 2404-7
      • EYRING, Alison Romney, Turban, D.B. and Campion, J.E (1992), "Factors relating to relocation decisions of research and development employees", Journal of Vocational Behavior, 41, 183-199
    • Books/Monographs
      • EYRING, Alison Romney and Eyring, J (2012), "Workforce strategies in high-growth markets", (forthcoming), In D.N. Ward, B. Maki, & R, Tripp (Eds.), Workforce Planning (book title to be confirmed), American Management Association Press
      • EYRING, Alison Romney (2001), "The challengs of long-distance leadership: A view from Asia", In W.H. Mobley & M.W. McCall (eds.), Advances in Global Leadership Vol. II, Connecticut: JAI Press
    • Conference/Seminars
      • EYRING, Alison Romney, Turban, D.B. and Campion, J.E (1993), "Influences of the site visit on job offer decisions", Paper presented at the 8th Annual Convention of the Society for Industrial Organizational Psychologists, San Francisco, California
      • EYRING, Alison Romney (1992), "The use of qualitative measures in studying diversity", Pre-conference workshop delivered at the 52nd Annual Academy of Management Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada
      • EYRING, Alison Romney (1992), "Strategies for capitalizing on workforce diversity", Workshop presented at the Annual Conference of the Association for Nonprofit Management in Dallas, Texas
      • EYRING, Alison Romney, Campion, J. and Turban, D (1992), "The impact of timing of the campus interview on actual job offer and site visit decisions", Paper presented at the 7th Annual Convention of the Society for Industrial Organizational Psychologists, Montreal, Canada
      • EYRING, Alison Romney, Jockson, S., Sonnenfield, J., DiTomaso, N., Kraut, A. and Cox, T (1992), "The impact of diversity on organizational behavior", Symposium presented at the 52nd Annual Academy of Management Convention Las Vegas, Nevada
      • EYRING, Alison Romney, Eyring, J. and Johnson, D (1989), "Ability, self-efficacy, and sex during skill acquisition", Poster presented at the 97th Annual Convention American Psychological Association, Boston, Massachusetts
    • PhD, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, University of Houston, USA, 1991
    • BA, University of Tennessee, USA, 1986
    • CEO, Organisation Solutions Pte Ltd, 2001 - current
    • Strategic Alignment and Change Leader, Caltex Corporation, 1996 - 1999
    • Manager, Strategic and Performance Alignment, Caltex Corporation, 1997 - 1998
    • Manager, Organization and Leadership Development, Caltex Corporation, 1996 - 1997
    • Senior Manager, Organization Capability, PepsiCo Food Systems, 1996
    • Senior OE Consultant, Texaco Inc., 1993 - 1996
    • HR Consultant, External Human Resource Consultant/Contractor, 1987 - 1991
    • Leading Sustainable Change - NUS - APEX EMBA & Executive Education Programme (2001-2004)
    • Learning to Learn - SMU Undergraduate (2009)
    • Strategic Human Resource Management - EMBA Helsinki School of Economics (2008-2009)
    • Managing Change - NUS-MBA Programme (2009-2011)
    • Advisory Board Member, Psychology Department, University of Houston (2015-present)
    • Committee Chair, Alliance of Organisational Psychologists Local Communities (2016 to present)
    • Society of Industrial Organizational Psychologists (1991 - present) Served on workshop committee (1995-1998); Foreign Affairs Committee Member (2014-2015); Local Communities Committee Member; leader of International Committee (2013-present)
    • Member, Elected President of Community of Organisational Psychologists in Singapore (COPS)(2013-present)
    • Member, UniSIM Program Advisory panel PSY/SOC (2011-present)
    • Member, Regional Affairs Committee of American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore (2001-2008)
    • Member, Board of Directors of the Houston Women's Home in Houston, Texas, a nonprofit rehabilitation center for women recovering from crisis (1992-1995)
    • Member, HRD Advisory group to the Singapore Workforce Development Agency as part of the development of the Human Resource Workfoce Skills Qualifications (HR WSQ) systems to professionalise the HR sector in Singapore (2006 - present)
    • Member, Organization Development Network (1987-1990; 1999-present)
    • Member, American Psychological Association (1991 - present)
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