A growing number of students and Board-Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) are interested in advancing their knowledge and skills in Organizational Behavior Management (OBM) but do not know where to start. OBM is the application of behavioral principles to the workplace to improve employee performance and business outcomes. Although students and BCBAs are familiar with clinical assessment and treatment, assessments (e.g., Performance Diagnostic Checklist, process mapping) and interventions (e.g., task clarification, feedback, systems re-design) used in OBM differ from those in schools or clinics. Thus, BCBAs working in schools or clinical settings lack the skills necessary to function as competent OBM practitioners. Additionally, many individuals do not have a strategy for systematically obtaining learning opportunities. Therefore, the purpose of this Professional Development Series panel is to bring OBM experts together to describe how interested parties can expand their scope of practice to include aspects of OBM.