Covid-19: The New Normal Way of Working

Covid-19: The New Normal Way of Working
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Senior business leaders, alumni and guests of the University are invited to join a discussion with Professor Martin Meyer, Dean and Head of Business School and Dr Trevor Morrow, Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader for MBA Global and MSc International Human Resource Management.

In the current unprecedented times, organisations and people around the world are adapting to new ways of working. Organisations have implemented short term changes in ways of working to meet business demands and to enable their workforce to work from home. Dr Morrow will discuss what normal working life will look like in terms of flexibility, training and development and performance management.

Professor Meyer will invite attendees to ask questions throughout the discussion.

Professor Martin Meyer is Dean and Head of the University of Aberdeen Business School as well as Professor of Business and Innovation. Professor Meyer is well known for his work on science, technology and innovation as well as the Triple Helix of university-industry-government relations. Prior to joining the Business School in December 2019, Professor Meyer was the Dean of Kent Business School. His research focuses on knowledge exchange, academic patenting and emerging science-based technologies.

Dr Trevor Morrow is a Senior Lecturer in Management Studies and Programme Leader for MBA Global and MSc International Human Resource Management for the University of Aberdeen Business School. Before joining the Business School Dr Morrow was Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management at Liverpool Business School. He is passionate about teaching and scholarship within the areas of Human Resource Management, International Business and Strategy.

Running Order

1.00pm- Welcome & Introduction, Professor Martin Meyer

1.05pm- Dr Trevor Morrow

1.25pm- Questions and answers from the audience hosted by Professor Martin Meyer

1.50pm- Finish

Speaker
Dr Trevor Morrow

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