The workplace is set to experience significant change over the next three decades. Improvements in personal technology, increased connectivity to global markets and the decentralisation of the physical work space will create a more dynamic and agile workforce.
What role does human resource management play in solving workplace challenges leading into 2040? Which new professions will emerge over this time, and how will HR departments prepare their employees for these changes? Furthermore, what will employment law look like in 2040 and how will it affect the way in which the workforce operates?
As part of an ongoing series, RMIT Online will host its first one-hour webinar, exploring the aforementioned questions as well as the importance of connecting theory and practice to be prepared for the future evolution of HRM.
A little bit more about the presenter
Dr Alan Montague is a Senior Lecturer at RMIT and the Program Coordinator of the online Master of Human Resource Management. Prior to joining RMIT in 1997, he worked for the Federal Government as a senior manager providing expertise for Apprenticeship and Traineeship employment programs.
His research interests include skill shortages, workforce planning and HRM/HRD, education policies and their impact on industry and labour market, and work integrated learning. Dr Montague has been heavily involved in the program development of RMIT University’s 100% online, intensive postgraduate programs in human resource management.
- Wednesday, 8th February at 12.00pm
- Thursday, 9th February at 5.00pm
Webinar times are shown in Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT).
To register for our webinar, please follow this link.