Human Capital Management in a Post-Covid World: Emerging Trends and Workplace Strategies
November 20th, 2024 (GMT)
Coventry University London
- human capital
- post-covid management
- people trends
- workplace strategies
An Nguyen is a full-time lecturer in the Department of Management and Human Resource at Coventry University London Campus. An Nguyen completed her PhD in Higher Education at the Open University UK, MA in Education at UCL, and BSc in Social Science at LSE.
An Nguyen's teaching and research interests revolve around three key areas: the internationalisation of higher education, graduate employability, and human resource and leadership development. She has gained considerable expertise in these fields through her extensive work experience and industry connections with various organisations.
Prior to joining Coventry University London, An Nguyen taught and supervised students' dissertations at University of Glasgow and designed e-learning materials at UCL Institute of Education. She also worked at corporations, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), educational technology companies (ed-tech), and universities in India, China, Vietnam, and the UK.
An Nguyen possesses expertise in mixed-methods research, with a strong background in quantitative approaches such as online surveys, learning analytics, and statistical analyses. She is also skilled in qualitative methods such as observations, interviews, focus groups, and systematic reviews. In addition, she is proficient in computer-assisted techniques, including text-mining, topic modelling, and social network analysis.
Workshop Committee Members
Dr. An Nguyen Coventry University An.email@example.com
Ms. Thinh Nguyen Lancaster University Thinh.firstname.lastname@example.org
Human Capital Management (HCM) encompasses the practices and strategies that organizations use to manage their workforce effectively. This includes everything from recruitment and onboarding to performance management and talent development. HCM has always been a critical function for organizations, but it has become increasingly important in the post-COVID world.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about a number of significant changes to the workplace, including the rise of remote work, the decline of traditional office spaces, and the increased importance of employee well-being. These changes have had a profound impact on HCM, and organizations are now having to rethink their HCM strategies in order to adapt to this new normal.
The workshop "Human Capital Management in a Post-Covid World: Emerging trends and workplace strategies" will explore the latest trends in HCM and provide organizations with practical strategies for managing their workforce in the post-COVID era. The workshop will cover a wide range of topics, including:
- The rise of remote work
- The decline of traditional office spaces
- The increased importance of employee well-being
- The use of technology to manage the workforce
- The development of new HCM skills and competencies
The workshop will feature presentations from leading experts in the field of HCM, as well as case studies from organizations that have successfully implemented innovative HCM strategies. The workshop will also provide participants with the opportunity to network with other HCM professionals and share best practices.
Scope and Information for participants
The workshop is intended for HR students, academics, researchers, and anyone who is interested in learning more about the latest trends in HCM and how to manage their workforce effectively in the post-COVID era.
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