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美国伊利诺伊大学香槟分校Ronald L. Jacobs教授特邀报告

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题目:  Understanding Knowledge Work: New Challenge for Developing Human Capital in the Digital Economy

  理解知识工作:在数字化经济中开发人力资本的新挑战

主讲人:Ronald L. Jacobs

Professor of Human Resource Development

 

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

主持人:童小平 助理教授

时间:    2019111115:00-17:00

地点:    北航新主楼A622

摘要:

This presentation focuses on understanding how work is becoming more complex, requiring employees to use their cognitive abilities more than ever before.  Many observers now refer to this phenomenon as knowledge work, following the early predictions of the management theorist, Peter Drucker, in 1957.  The field of human resource development is uniquely suited to helping to understand knowledge work because of its general emphasis on work, learning, and performance.  This presentation will provide a recent definition of the HRD field and suggest how HRD research might advance the needs of societies through more engaged research approaches such as partnership research.  The presentation should provoke much thoughtful questions and discussion.

 

本场报告聚焦于理解工作如何变得更加复杂并要求员工比以前更多地使用认知能力。在管理学理论家彼得•德鲁克早在1957年的预测之后,现在有很多观察者将此现象指称为知识工作。由于人力资源开发领域总体上对于工作、学习和绩效的强调,它具备帮助理解知识工作的独特地位。本报告将提供最近的一个关于人力资源开发的定义,并提出建议,让人力资源开发可以通过以联合式研究为例的更紧密联系实践的方式,在某些方面推动社会的需求。该报告应该能激发很有思想的问题和讨论。

主讲人简介:

Ronald L. Jacobs is professor of human resource development, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and principal of RL Jacobs & Associates, a global consulting firm. Ron has taught a wide range of graduate-level courses on HRD, including research, strategic HRD, work analysis, and consulting in organizations. Ron has authored over 100 journal articles and book chapters, and has authored or edited six books that address a range of topics in human resource and workforce development. Ron is emeritus professor of workforce development and education at The Ohio State University. He used to be the President of Academy of Human Resource Development and editor of Human Resource Development Quarterly.