Tag Archive: Conference

Træfpunkt HR: trends and developments in HR

Last week I went to Træfpunkt HR, the largest HR fair in Denmark. There are about 140 stands – many of them presenting some kind of HR tool – and several presentations. Here is a blog about what I picked up. The employee as adult, customer, and human The first presentation of the day by Lucy Adams talked about …

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Highlights from the European Academy of Management (2016)

Early June I attended the European Academy of Management in Paris. While Paris was covered by an unmovable grey sky and the Seine was slowly rising to new heights, we were up to our ears in a very interesting Expatriate Management Track – one of the standing tracks of this conference, organized by prof. Jan …

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Highlights from the Families in Global Transition conference

This year the Families in Global Transition conference moved across the pond for the first time. Since it now took place in Amsterdam, I was very happy I could finally join in what became a very moving conference, with many personal stories being shared. Here, I share some of my highlights of this conference. Families …

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My highlights of the EURAM conference

Last week I attended the European Academy of Management in Valencia. I attended most of the expatriate track sessions, and here are some of my highlights: The role of host country nationals I was pleased to see a few papers about the dynamics between expats and host country nationals, for example about negative stereotyping towards …

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“In Vino, Veritas”: the 2014 Western Academy of Management

The past week I attended for the first time the Western Academy of Management – Western in terms of geographical location in the US – in Napa Valley (hence the theme of the congress “In Vino, Veritas”). Here are some of my highlights: Experiential learning Quite a few of the sessions offered some inspiration for teaching, …

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