Wyatt Delaney, MAIOP, brings his education and knowledge of industrial and organizational psychology practices to the OPEN MINDS team. Throughout his time with OPEN MINDS, Mr. Delaney has been a project team member on over 200 consulting projects in the areas of organizational strategy and management, marketing and business development, and technology assessment and implementation. Mr. Delaney specializes in research methods, statistical analysis, and industrial psychology theory.
Prior to joining OPEN MINDS, Mr. Delaney was as Graduate Research Assistant at West Chester University. In this role, Mr. Delaney assembled, analyzed, and assessed extensive meta-analysis databases, conducted internet-based and library research, interpreted the accuracy and validity of data, as well as developed and implemented research quality control procedures.
Mr. Delaney also served as a Training and Development Specialist during an internship with Oberthur Technologies. In this role, Mr. Delaney engineered and implemented training programs that reduced training time by over 80%. In addition, Mr. Delaney developed training documents, methods, and work instructions, created and managed training databases, and fostered and facilitated training standards to trainer technicians across three shifts.
Mr. Delaney is a co-author of “Perceptions Of Sexual Harassment: Investigating The Role Of Cultural Values”, a paper accepted by the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
Mr. Delaney received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Shippensburg University in 2014, and a Master of Arts in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from West Chester University in 2016.