Advances in the Technology of Managing People: Contemporary Issues in Business

Pamela Ann Gordon
University of Phoenix, USA

Julie A. Overbey
University of Phoenix, USA


Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781789730746
Published:
10 Jun 2019
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
241 pages - 152 x 229mm
Series:
The Changing Context of Managing People
Advances in the Technology of Managing People: Contemporary Issues in Business presents a wide ranging examination of emerging technological trends in the workplace. Using a combination of research study results, case studies, literature reviews, and conceptual papers, the book examines contemporary issues and emerging trends within management technology. 

Each chapter focuses on a different technological issue or trend within business management from a variety of perspectives, including management, HR, ethical, and organizational behavior viewpoints.  

Issues explored in the book include:
  • Workplace Productivity with Balanced Scorecard Actions 
  • Managing Emerging Technology and Organization with Agility 
  • Freelance Economy 
  • E-Mentoring 2.0 
  • Virtual Team Success with the Power of Technology Advancements 
  • Advanced Analytics, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace 
  • Ambient Intelligence Changes the Office Environment 
  • Disruptive Innovations and Blockchain 
  • Quantum Leadership. 
Pamela Ann Gordon and Julie A Overbey curate an excellent reference for research scholars, practitioners, and organizational leaders seeking to understand the impact of technology on contemporary organizations.
1. Technology and Globalization: The Evolution of Human Interactions, Values, and Management Practices; Irina A. Weisblat, Ed,D.
2. Advances in Information Technology Intergrated with Strategic Direction; Susan A. Peterson, MBA, PMP 
3. Advancing Technologies in Human Resource Development (HRD); Cynthia L. Banton, D.M.
4. Employee Engagement in 3D Virtual Learning Environments: A Digitalized HRD Framework Model for Leadership and Learning; LauraAnn Migliore, Ph.D., Kevin Bottomley, Ph.D. and Bridget Arena, M.A.
5. Advanced Information Technology: Improve Workplace Productivity with Balanced Scorecard Actions; David Frost, MSSM 
6. Managing Emerging Technology and Organization with Agility; Bryan M. Howell, MBA (MIS)
7. The Long Tail of Generation Z and the Future of a Freelance Economy; Anna Copeland Wheatley, Ph.D. and Lillie M. Hibbler-Britt, Ph.D
8. E-Mentoring 2.0: Changing the Workplace Through Technology; Luciana Crawford-Starks, Ed.D.
9. Virtual Team Success with the Power of Technology Advancements; Tatiana Walsh, Ed.D.
10. Managing Technology Implementation Change in a Caribbean Organization; Carol Belle-Hallsworth, DM (IST) and Pamela Ann Gordon, Ph.D.
11. Technological Work Environments: Issues in the Government Sector; Christa Banton, Ed.D.
12. Issues and Advantages of Advanced Analytics, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace; David J. Fogarty, Ph.D.
13. Ambient Intelligence Changes the Office Environment; Torres L. Brown, MBA
14. Disruptive Innovations: Blockchain and Spinoffs; Mina Richards, Ph.D.
15. Quantum Leadership: Tramsmuting Technology; Michael A. Piel, D.M., Karen K. Johnson, Ed.D., and Karen Putnam, MIS
16. The Impact of Quantum Teleportation on Business Ethics; Lillie M. Hibbler-Britt, Ph.D., and Anna Copeland Wheatley, Ph.D.
Dr. Pamela Ann Gordon is a Senior Research Fellow for the School of Advanced Studies at University of Phoenix. Her varied academic background in Human Resource Management, Organization Leadership and Marketing, is combined with 22 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry and more than 15 years of teaching experience. Her research interests include topics in management, organizational behavior, marketing, and human resource management.  
Dr. Julie A Overbey the Lead Faculty Area Chair for the University of Phoenix Doctor of Management program. With 30 years of professional leadership experience in the U.S. Air Force and commercial industry, she currently services as the Director of Contracts for NTT Security (US). Her work has been published in the Leadership & Organization Development Journal and she also edited a book, Succession Planning: Promoting Organizational Sustainability, alongside her co-editor Dr Gordon.

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