#60;b#62;Doug Reynolds#60;/b#62;is the Vice President of Assessment Technology for Development Dimensions International (DDI). Doug's work is focused on the design and implementation of new behavioral and psychological assessments used for workforce selection and career development. He has designed and implemented large-scale assessments and tests with many Fortune 500 companies including Bank of America, General Motors, Pfizer, Wal-Mart, and several federal agencies. In the 1990s, Doug designed and developed some of the first Internet-based job application and qualification screening instruments used for large-scale corporate recruiting. More recently, his work has focused on the creation and deployment of Internet-based behavioral simulations used for executive and leadership evaluation. Doug also has served as an expert witness regarding personnel selection practices, and he has published and presented frequently on topics related to the automation of screening and testing for job selection. Prior to joining DDI in 1996, Doug worked for the Human Resources Research Organization (HumRRO) where he conducted and managed personnel research for the military and Federal agencies. Doug received his Ph.D. in 1989 from Colorado State University.#60;br#62;#60;p#62;#60;br#62;#60;p#62;#60;b#62;John Weiner #60;/b#62;is Vice President of Products and Services at PSI Services, LLC, where he is responsible for the strategic direction of PSI's assessment products and services for employee selection and development. Over a 25-year career in the assessment industry, John has led the development and implementation of sound and legally defensible instruments and systems for talent acquisition in hundreds of business and government organizations. He has worked extensively in the design and implementation of automated assessment systems, including the adaptation of cognitive ability and personality measures to online delivery, and integration among component systems. John has written numerous papers and presented frequently at national conferences on a variety of topics related to selection and assessment, including issues in technology-based assessment. He earned an MA in psychometrics in 1981 from California State University, Sacramento.