Case Studies

Over the years we’ve been lucky enough to be involved with a range of exciting projects for a variety of organisations. Here’s a flavour of our work to demonstrate how we work in partnership with our clients to make a difference:

  • Evaluating the Measurable Impact of an Innovation Training Initiative

    Evaluating the Measurable Impact of an Innovation Training Initiative

    Work Psychology Group were commissioned to evaluate the effectiveness of an innovative training programme by the Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Science. Interviews and online surveys were conducted to gather perceptions as well as the cognitive, behavioural and motivational outcomes of the programme.

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  • Enhancing Innovation Capacity to Develop a Culture of Innovation at Saint-Gobain PAM UK

    Enhancing Innovation Capacity to Develop a Culture of Innovation at Saint-Gobain PAM UK

    Work Psychology Group (WPG) worked alongside SG PAM to promote a culture of innovation and to gain insight into factors influencing innovation at SG PAM. A multi-stage approach was conducted that intended to increase self-awareness of individual and team innovative capacity, increase understanding of behavioural enablers and inhibitors of innovation, and identify areas for p...

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  • Development of Assessment Case Studies for Selection

    Development of Assessment Case Studies for Selection

    Work Psychology Group (WPG) supported an international oil and gas company in developing interactive assessments that delivered fair and accurate measurement of competencies for selecting individuals into senior roles. The assessments were successfully implemented to identify a suitable pool of applicants.

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  • Predictive Validity of the SJT component of the UK Clinical Aptitude Test

    Predictive Validity of the SJT component of the UK Clinical Aptitude Test

    Work Psychology Group (WPG) explored the relationship between the Situational Judgement Test (SJT) component of the UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT) and medical school performance. The findings provided positive evidence for the predictive validity of the UKCAT SJT on medical school performance. Our findings support its implementation as a cost-effective method to screen ou...

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