Departamento: Organización de Empresas y Marketing

Área: Organización de Empresas

Grupo de investigación: Dirección de Empresas para la Competitividad y la Sostenibilidad

Email: msanher@upo.es

Áreas PAIDI: Ciencias Sociales y Jurídicas

Doctora por la Universidad Pablo de Olavide con la tesis Hr. strategies and practices in crisis times Human resource strategies and practices in crisis times 2016. Dirigida por Dr. José Luis Galán González, Dr. Ramón Valle.

Interesada en la investigación sobre el Futuro del Trabajo, Sostenibilidad de la Gestión de los Recursos Humanos, Reducciones de personal (Downsizing) y técnicas bibliométricas (SciMAT). Premio Extraordinario de Doctorado 2015-16. Presentación de diversos artículos en congresos nacionales e internacionales: EIASM, EURAM, Dutch HRM Network Conference, ACEDE. Book: New Directions in the Future of Work Web link: https://books.emeraldinsight.com/page/detail/New-Directions-in-the-Future-of-Work/?k=9781800712997 Mónica Santana and Ramón Valle-Cabrera’s wide-ranging study explores vital research and industrial issues that are central to understanding the concepts of the Future of Work and address key challenges in this evolving area of debate.A global cast of leading research specialists provide chapters examining a broad spectrum of areas relating to the Future of Work including leadership, talent management, AI and digitalisation, digital skills, new forms of work, industrial relations, vulnerable workers as well as well-being, happiness, satisfaction and burnout. Each chapter offers insights on how individuals and leaders can make choices to shape the future of work and effectively respond to changing contextual conditions, demystifying the future of work from a set of interesting insights into specific actions and choices that will help imagine, invent, and implement a work setting that works. New Directions in the Future of Work is illuminating reading for scholars of HRM, Talent Management, Leadership, Industrial Relations, and all those seeking to understand directions of travel for the workplaces of the future.