Conference tracks and topics

Transforming HRM

  • HR as a Strategic Partner
  • HR in the New Digital Age
  • The new HRM trends in different industries
  • The future of work
  • Professional Development and Talent Management
  • Total Rewards
  • From Human Resources to Respect Humans
  • People analytics-the new “must” in HR
  • Organizational learning and knowledge management
  • Retraining and reskilling the employees – the skills that will count in future
  • Diversity, equality and dignity at work
  • Measuring organizational health and improving organizational performance
  • Next generation of leaders

From Digital to Smart Human Resource Management

  •  Conceptualization of electronic and digital HRM and their relationships with Strategic HRM
  • Applications of the Internet of Things and Cloud-based approaches to HRM
  • Big Data and HRM Analytics
  • Digital HRM and International Business
  • Sustainability and Digital HRM
  • Social Media and HRM
  • Social Learning and HRM
  • Beyond HRM: further roles and impact of technology on HRM
  • Smart Performance Management with Digital HRM

The challenges of HR management in the era of globalization, complexity of economic growth, development of knowledge economy, changing of labour markets and reforms of public sector

  • Globalization trends and challenges for the HR management
  • Challenges arising from the EU integration process for HR management
  • Economic growth, human capital development and new models of HR management
  • The role of HR management in the knowledge economy
  • New challenges in changing labour markets and their implication on HR management
  • Impact of effective human resource management on the mobility of the labour market in the context of EU
  • Labour market policies and the new opportunities for HR management
  • Demographic trends – new variable in HR management
  • Impact of HR management in improving public sector performances and in the reforming of public administration
  • The role of HR management in the public administration reforms
  • E-government and new trends in HR management in public sector

Organizational Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

  • Leadership and the creative environment
  • Innovation supporting human resource management
  • Conditions affecting creativity and innovation in new entrepreneurial ventures
  • Accelerating creativity and innovation in organizations
  • Building organizational capabilities for innovation
  • Value creation through sustainable HRM
  • Sustainable HRM Practices
  • Business Ethics and Corporate Responsibility

Human Resource Accounting

  • Cost value information for effective HR decisions
  • Effective Monitoring of HR
  • Intellectual Capital
  • Performance Measurement

HR Management and Financial Institutions Performances: Progress and Prospects

  • Investor Protection and Corporate Governance
  • Corporate Governance in Finance
  • Innovations in Banking and Human Resources Effectiveness
  • Changing role of the innovations in financial sector aftermath of the recent global financial crisis
  • Behavioral Finance and Financial Markets Behavior
  • Financial Institutions Organizational Structure in Times of  Digitalization
  • Impact of financial deepening on economic growth and the role of financial institutions

HR and marketing challenges

  • The value of human resource branding
  • Destination marketing – challenges for the global hospitality industry: an HR perspective
  • Applying Consumer Marketing to HR
  • The importance of human resources in distribution channels
  • Sustainable Marketing and the Role of HR

Transforming Universities for the Future: Global Challenges

  • Build Career through Student Internship-a myth or a reality?
  • Student Internship Procedure and Practices Shared- the student experience
  • Career Centers – a bridge between the Businesses and the Academia
  • The role of the Career Centers – Challenges and Future Projections
  • Career Centers’ HEI and HIGH SCHOOL HUBs-a way to a more structured and enhanced cooperation in profiling competitive future entrepreneurs/leaders?

We also welcome papers from other fields of management, organization, and business studies.

* Therefore, we will organize the appropriate conference sessions (panels) on the basis of actual paper submissions. The provided tracks are tentative and subject to change based on the topics of submitted papers.