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Atlanta’s Dr. Greenfield Has Chapter Selected Industrial and Organizational Psychology Handbook

Argosy University, Atlanta’s Marianne Greenfield, PhD, has had a chapter selected by IGI Publishing for its upcoming publication "Handbook of Research on Industrial and Organizational Psychology in the Modern Workforce." Dr. Greenfield is the program chair at Argosy University, Atlanta’s Graduate School of Business and Management as well as College of Counseling, Psychology and Social Sciences.


The chapter is entitled "Perspectives on the Historical Evolution of the People Side of Business" and is the first chapter of the 2-volume handbook set to be published in early 2017.  


Dr. Greenfield has experience in providing senior-level, hands-on organizational leadership with specialization in strategy development for overall growth and profitability. She works to analyze and assess opportunities and develop/implement goals, objectives, policies, operating procedures, and strategic projects. And she facilitates organizational change and business development. Dr. Greenfield’s dissertation focused on Adult Education/Learning Effectiveness, and explored the changing role of faculty due to technology and business need trends in higher education.