'This volume provides anyone using technology-enhanced assessments as part of organizational selection, promotion, or development programs, or considering their use, with both cutting-edge discussions of critical measurement issues and detailed examples of ongoing HR systems that highlight the opportunities and challenges of such assessments.' —James L. Farr, professor, Department of Psychology, Pennsylvania State University 'Assessment systems provide an efficient means to evaluate and deploy talent across our global business. Technology-Enhanced Assessment of Talent highlights the science behind these technologies, as well as cutting-edge solutions shown to be effective in running the talent side of business.' —David A. Rodriguez, Ph.D., executive vice president, Global Human Resources, Marriott International, Inc. The Jossey-Bass SIOP Professional Practice Series was launched in 1988 to provide I-O psychologists, organizational scientists and practitioners, human resources professionals, managers, executives and those interested in organizational behavior and performance with volumes that are insightful, current, informative and relevant to organizational practice. The volumes seek to inform those interested in practice with guidance, insights and advice on how to apply the concepts, findings, methods, and tools derived from industrial and organizational psychology to solve human-related organizational problems.