Seminar Sumita Raghuram on “Virtual work and how leaders can make a difference” June 17th, 16:00

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Sumita Raghuram is Associate Professor in Human Resource Management in the School of Labor and Employment Relations, at Pennsylvania State University. Her seminar will be about “Virtual work and how leaders can make a difference” and will be organized by ABRI and the KIN Research Group.


Her current research interests are in the areas of virtual/distributed organizations, identity, cross-cultural HRM and employee turnover. This research explores outcomes of virtual work such as organizational identification, knowledge sharing, use of communication media and employee stress. Her research has found its way into several refereed journals including Human Relations, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Information Systems Research, Journal of Management, Organization Science and Human Resource Management.


The seminar will take place on Wednesday the 17th of June at 16:00 o’clock in room  BV 0H-20 (BelleVUe Building). To register for this event, please send an e-mail to: before the 15th of June 2015.


We are looking forward to seeing you there!