Jesse E. Olsen and Peter Gahan

Jesse Olsen is a research fellow at the Centre for Workplace Leadership, Faculty of Business and Economics at University of Melbourne He earned his PhD in organizational behavior from the Scheller College of Business at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. His research focuses on diversity management, virtual work, and cross-cultural management. Peter Gahan is professor of management and director of the Centre for Workplace Leadership at The University of Melbourne. He has previously held academic appointments at UNSW, University of Southern California, The European University Institute, Deakin and Monash universities. Between 2001 and 2004 he worked as a senior public servant in Victoria, as director of Workplace Innovation in the Department of Innovation, Industry and Regional Development.

Myers Briggs results

Myers-Briggs at Work? Might Be a Terrible Idea (MBTI)

Academics already tend to have a bone to pick with the Myers Briggs Type Indicator as anything other than a parlor game. Nonetheless, while the personality test has a hold on the popular imagination it shouldn’t enter the workplace.

9 years ago