Topic: Personal Transformation for Organizational Development
in Agile World of Business
Personal transformation is the key for organizational success in an agile world of business. However, development of human resources depends very much on how a person realizes their knowledge or skill barriers in works and their willingness to learn and transform. They have made various mistakes in jobs that prevent them from developing themselves and making them more capable to contribute for their organization. This seminar will help point out clear potential barriers for personal development in organizations.
From employees' perspective, an agile world of business opens opportunities for those who are adaptable, but at the same time pulls them off their safe zone. It is very transparent for people that hesitation to transform means self-excreted in an agile world. Avoiding repeated mistakes, opening minds for key beneficial and value-added activities will help employees develop knowledge and skills, making them a value for the organization.
We would like to invite you to the MSM MBA Coffee Talk #30 with our favorite professor, Prof. Stephanie Jones, PhD. - who has many years of practical experience in Organizational Behavior and Leadership.
Topics that will be addressed include
- Audience will take a test of personal potentials and limitations;
- Discuss key mistakes should be avoided;
- Discuss key value areas should be focused to become a valuable employee for the organization.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
- Human Resource Managers;
- Human Resource Leaders;
- Head of departments and other middle managers;
- People who are interested in the topic;
Development for Organizational and Personal Success
- Date: 30 June, 2019
- Time: 08:30 - 11:30
- Venue: Saigon Innovation Hub, 273 Dien Bien Phu, Dist. 3, HCMC
- Speaker: Prof. Stephanie Jones (PhD.) - MSM Faculty in Organizational Behavior & Leadership.
Free entrance and snack.
Due to limited seat, please reserve early.
Prof. Stephanie Jones, PhD
MSM Professor of Organizational Behavior, Leadership, HRM & Ethics
Prof. Stephanie Jones was appointed Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at Maastricht School of Management in January 2007. From the UK, she graduated with a PhD from University College London and a Bachelor’s degree from the London School of Economics. Dr. Jones has authored nearly 30 full-length internationally-published books on business and management – three of them with Professor Jonathan Gosling of the University of Exeter in the UK. Their 2012 book Key Concepts in Leadership was nominated as one of the top ten books on leadership that year. She teaches MBA students across the world, especially courses on leadership, culture and change. Her teaching locations include Kuwait, Egypt, Yemen, China, Vietnam, Peru, Colombia, Surinam, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and several African countries. With a background in managing businesses in recruitment, consulting, and training operations in China, India, the Middle East, Australia and New Zealand, Dr Jones gained extensive experience in the corporate sector before returning to academia. She now actively supervises Doctoral and Masters’ students around the world, assessing and evaluating their theses. Dr Jones is a Discipline Head at MSM and a member of the Examination Board.