Assessing Values in Online Technology Part 2

Assessing Values in Online Technology Part 2
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“In the world of psychology, there is a view that a correlation exists between personality traits and performance (behavior). After some research, we were also able to make some sense out of the notion that behavior could correlate to values. However, we struggled to understand the correlation between values and personality.”

 

Assessing Values in Online Technology Ten Things We Learned Part Two

 

This article and study was co-authored by Zachary Harper, Tejal Raval, Anum Malik, and Michael Kannisto.

 

Ten things we learned – Summary

 

We covered the abstract and methodology in the first article in this series and today we’ll be looking at a summary of the ten things we learned.

 

Here’s where we are in the series: Assessing Values in Online Technology – Part 1 Assessing Values in Online Technology – Part 2

 

Salespeople are Not I/O Psychologists

 

Salespeople are paid to sell a product; consequently, they may only be well versed in their sales pitch and not the specifics of a product. If they do not offer a discussion with a product specialist, then ask for one. Keep an eye out for data points (i.e. correlation coefficients) thrown around

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