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Our keynote speakers

Professor Graeme Martin, University of Dundee, U.K.
Theme: Reflections on a future research agenda and the practice of HRM

Graeme Martin’s presentation will focus on a future research agenda for HRM that challenges academics and practitioners working in the field to go beyond ‘conformist innovation’. Drawing on his recent research outside of HRM, as well as experience of working with senior HR practitioners and managers in different countries, he will explore issues that may help HR academics and practitioners better serve their respective stakeholders and each other in the future

Professor Uta Wilkens, Ruhr-Universität, Bochum, Germany
Theme: Work 4.0, changes in the work places through digitalization and required competences

Uta Wilkens introduces a systematic in order to understand the changing modes of work systems based on two dimensions, the division of labor and the degree of(self-)organization. Moreover, she relates Walton's (1985) distinction between control-oriented and commitment-oriented work to these modes. The characterization of digital work as a 4.0 work system is combined with insights in her empirical analyses on job demands and necessary competences.

Associate professor Andreas Diedrich, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Theme: Integration of immigrants into Swedish society through the validation of their knowledge and skills

Andreas Diedrich will talk about the challenges and opportunities associated with the labour market integration of recent refugees and other immigrants to Sweden. An increasing number of tools, models and procedures continue to be developed to “properly” support such integration. Using the example of one of these tools – the validation of prior foreign learning – this talk will focus on the challenges and the opportunities associated with “integration management”, and how they are related to human resource management.


Sidansvarig: Maria Persson|Sidan uppdaterades: 2016-11-10

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