Executive Update

HR Management in the Age of Smart Working

Posted March 3, 2021 in Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies
HR management
In the face of COVID-19 over the past year, companies across the globe have had to act quickly to adapt to new realities — or risk certain ruin. It is no longer “business as usual.” The global pandemic has undeniably changed the status quo of HR management. In this Executive Update, we reflect on the use of technology to enable HR’s new, critical role in light of social distancing and smart working.
About The Author
Salvatore Moccia
Salvatore Moccia is Director of the Executive Master in Digital Transformation and Professor of Strategic Management at the International University of La Rioja, Spain, and holds visiting positions in Armenia, Germany, Switzerland, and Thailand. He is the founder and CEO of several digital content websites, including Fintech News and Shared Mobility. Dr. Moccia also serves as board member and Secretary General for the foundation "A Bridge to the… Read More
Shuming Zhao
Shuming Zhao is Senior Professor, Honorary Dean of the School of Business, and Dean of Xingzhi College at Nanjing University, China. Dr. Zhao is an independent board director for three companies, including Scully Royalty and Daqo New Energy Corporation, and a management consultant for several Chinese and international firms. He earned an undergraduate degree in English language and literature from Nanjing University, a master’s degree in… Read More
Patrick Flanagan
Patrick Flanagan is Associate Professor of Theology and Religious Studies at St. John’s University, where he teaches marketplace ethics and medical ethics. Dr. Flanagan also sits on St. John’s board of governors. He can be reached at flanagap@stjohns.edu. 
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