Monday, April 25, 2016

Management professor presents on business students’ careers in a globalized workforce

Susan Fox-Wolfgramm, Ph.D., Professor of Management, presented her paper, "Towards Strategically Sustaining Business Students' Careers in a Globalized Workplace: The Importance of Being Responsible and Accountable," at the 16th International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organizations." This conference was held at the University of Hawai‘i, Manoa campus, April 19-20.

Fox-Wolfgramm's paper explores how business students and higher education instructors can simultaneously take action in the classroom, to strengthen students' personal career chances, for increased success in a globalized workplace. The implications of this paper are that students' identities will be more respected and able to operate more confidently in handling the variability of their career progression within a changing society.

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