Research-Education-Practice Forum

Research-Education-Practice Forum

Work Related Learning for Quality of Life

Friday, 27 June 2014, 12.15 - 13.00


Forum Chair Dr. Anca Draghici, Professor of HRM at "Politehnica" University of Timisoara, Timisoara, Romania


Research-Education-Practice Forum is an opportunity to identify and discuss entrepreneurial and business challenges for a quality contemporary workplace. Academics and businessmen from Europe and elsewhere will highlight practical experiences, good practices and opportunities which they have identified in their activities. The Forum is also an opportunity to reflect on the relevant business and academic responses to existing and future corporate and business challenges.


Speakers who will, in accordance with business practice and their own experience, present their views on the topic of the Forum "Learning in Work Environment for Quality of Life", are:


- Dr. Jerry W. Koehler, College Of Business, University Of South Florida, USA


Dr. Koehler specializes in teams, organizational design, and change and development. He researches perceived organizational hypocrisy, executive leadership, organization change, total quality management, and innovation. His industry experience include roles as special assistant to the CEO of Teachers Management and Investment Corporation, regional representative for American Express, director of the University of California, Irvine executive program, and consultant to organizations such as Florida's Office of the Governor and Honeywell Space Systems. He also served as deputy secretary of Florida's Department of Labor and Employment Security.


Dr. Katarina Babnik, University of Primorska, Slovenia


- Dr. Oscar F. Bustinza, Vice Dean for International Relations, Faculty of Human Resource Management, University of Granada, Spain




Research-Education-Practice Forum is a part of dissemination activities of the LEADSUS project


Leaflet LEADSUS project


Research-Education-Practice Forum is a part of dissemination activities of the iHRM project


iHRM project website



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