Businesses operate amid a digital age, and unsurprisingly, technology has engendered tools that now predominate all corners of the workplace. The ascendancy of new hardware and software poses new challenges for professionals in the field of management and human resources as corporations and companies routinely implement and incorporate digital software for goals such as improving worker productivity and tasks such as screening highly qualified candidates for vacancies. In the face of rapid change, professionals must investigate how the use of digital technology affects the culture of hiring processes, employee morale, company management, and corporate image. This book aims to promote research related to these new trends and open a new field within the areas of management and engineering. Through the course of nine chapters, contributors to Management and Technological Challenges in the Digital Age grapple with the theoretical and practical implications that technological usage carries across the range of small and large organizations in the world of business.
- Focuses on the latest research findings that are occurring in this field in different countries
- Shows how companies around the world are facing today's technological challenges
- Shares knowledge and insights on an international scale
- Keeps the readers and researchers informed about the latest developments in the field and forthcoming international studies
- Explains how the use of technology allows management to take a more strategic role in organizations
This book affords a thorough engagement with the progresses and setbacks made through the enlistment of technological equipment and computerized procedures in the field of human resources and management while interrogating the future challenges of technology’s role.
Table of Contents
Role of People Analytics in Strategic Management. Emerging of Talent Analytics. Impact of Social Networks in Management and Engineering. Benefits and Implication so of using Technology in Management. Adoption of E-HRM in Small and Medium Enterprises. Technological Innovations in Sustainable Organizations. Technological and Non-Technological Challenges in Innovative Environments.
Pedro Novo Melo is an Invited Professor at the Polytechnic Institute of Cávado and Ave, where he lectures courses of Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management. He has a Master degree in Human Resource Management and a PhD in Business Sciences from University of Minho. His main areas of interest are organizational behavior, human resource practices, and its relationship with the technology, with special emphasis on SMEs. In recent years, Dr. Melo has focused his studies on the characterization and development of HRM in Portugal.
Carolina Machado received her PhD degree in Management Sciences (Organizational and Politics Management area / Human Resources Management) from the University of Minho in 1999, and has a Master degree in Management (Strategic Human Resource Management) from Technical University of Lisbon in 1994. Teaching in the Human Resources Management subjects since 1989 at University of Minho, Dr. Machado has been an Associated Professor since 2004, with experience and research interest areas in the fields of Human Resource Management, International Human Resource Management, Human Resource Management in Small and Medium Enterprises, Training and Development, Management Change and Knowledge Management. She is Head of Human Resources Management Work Group at University of Minho, as well as Chief Editor of the International Journal of Applied Management Sciences and Engineering (IJAMSE).