Human Resource Management Associates, Inc.
Personnel, Organizational Development, Management Training
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70810
225-763-6220 
Email: hrma.br@gmail.com

Courtland M. Chaney, a licensed industrial/organizational (I-O) psychologist and a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR, SHRM-SCP), received his doctorate in I-O psychology in 1980 from Louisiana State University. 

He worked for the University of Maryland European Division from 1980 to 1983 before accepting a position as an instructor in the LSU Department of Management. In addition to his regular academic duties at the university, he also designed and conducted supervisory and management development programs for LSU’s Continuing Education and Executive Development divisions. 

Dr. Chaney remained on the faculty at LSU from 1983 until his retirement in December 2010, holding the J. Trigg and Bettye Baskin Wood Jr. Endowed Professorship at the time of his retirement. He has worked as a consultant in the fields of I-O psychology, organizational development and change, and human resources management since 1984 under the business name of Human Resource Management Associates, Inc. (HRMA)

Currently, Courtland provides consulting services under the business name HRMA and continues to design and teach non-credit management and leadership training courses under the auspices of Louisiana State University (LSU) Continuing Education.
Courtland M Chaney, Ph.D., SPHR
President
HRMA is a management consulting firm specializing in human resource management, management training and organization development. Consulting activities include job analysis, personnel policy handbooks, employee selection, performance appraisal, training needs assessment, management training, interpersonal conflict mediation and interpersonal skill building, team development, group problem solving, strategic planning, organizational attitude surveys and organization development. Legal consultation and/or expert witness services are also provided in EEOC discrimination cases.