The first thing that struck me about the Ryan and Ford (2010) article was the irony of the title. Their choice to use the term “organizational” psychology instead of “industrial-organizational” (I-O) psychology was treated rather blithely in a footnote, but I am willing to bet that many readers were taken aback by the word choice. Although I am personally comfortable with calling myself an organizational psychologist, the most recent proposal to change the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) to the Society for Organizational Psychology was defeated. At least some of those who voted against the change viewed it as an ominous move to change our identity as a profession. I do not believe it was, but I do think the word choice in the context of this focal article is more substantive to the topic than the authors intended.