7th International e-HRM Conference

Roundtable 2018-11-22T11:45:19+00:00


Janet H. Marler, Phd. is Professor at the School of Business at University at Albany-State University of New York. Prior to earning a PhD from Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations, she held several senior executive positions in financial services industry. Her research on the strategic use of HR technology and HR Analytics, strategic compensation, and alternative employment arrangements has been published in leading scholarly journals including Academy of Management Perspectives, Human Resource Management Review, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of Management, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Journal of Managerial Psychology, Personnel Psychology, and Strategic Management Journal. Her most recent publications include a book, Making HR Technology Decisions: A Strategic Perspective with Sandra Fisher published by Business Expert Press, and An Evidence-Based Review of HR Analytics with John Boudreau published in the International Journal of Human Resource Management. She serves the Editorial Boards of the Academy of Management Perspectives, Journal of Management, and Human Resource Management Review, and International Journal of Human Resource Management. She is also Co-Editor of a future special issue on Digitization and the Transformation of Human Resource Management for the International Journal of Human Resource Management.

Prof. Marcello Martinez is Full Professor of Organization Studies at Università della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, where he is the Coordinator of the Faculty Board of the PhD course in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. He is President of ASSIOA –  Association of Italian Organization Studies Academics. He is member of many scientific and professional associations such as AIDP – Italian Association of Human Resources Management, EGOS – European Group of Organization Studies, AIDEA – Accademia Italiana di Economia Aziendale.

Organizations & labor psychologist, graduated at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Elena Panzera starts her career at McKinsey & Company as a Training & Internal Communication Administration for Italy. In 2002 she moves at KPMG Advisory Service as a Training & Internal Communication Manager, from 2004 she is hired in SAS where she supervises the Italian Professional Development area. She becomes HR Manager in 2007 and HR Director in 2009. She has earned a Master’s Degree in Coaching, and she is responsible of the People Analytics project at the EMEA level. Elena now coordinates the HR & Operation activities of 17 countries in the South-East of Europe, Middle East & Africa.

Ingrid Basso is Assistant Professor in Theoretical Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy of the Catholic University of Milano, Italy. She also teaches Philosophy of Communication for the Master degree program in Digital Asset and Media Management (G.E.C.O.) at the Catholic University of Brescia, Italy. Her main research interests in Thoretical Philosophy lie in the thought of Søren Kierkegaard connected with the decline of the German Idealism, then the issue of Communication in Kierkegaard’s writing strategy. She has been Ph-D research fellow at the Søren Kierkegaard Research Centre at the University of Copenhagen and at the Howard V. and Edna H. Hong Kierkegaard Library of the St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota – USA. Besides several articles in English and Italian, she is the author of the monographs: Kierkegaard uditore di Schelling, Søren Kierkegaard e la metafisica di Aristotele and published the Italian critical edition of Kierkegaard’s notes from F.W.J. Schelling’s course on Philosophy of Revelation in Berlin 1841-1842. She also collaborates with several Italian publishing houses as translator from Danish and Norwegian literature. At present, she is working on a project on Technology and human values. Social, economic, juridical, psychological, religious and educational effects of the technological transformation, in collaboration with prof. Massimo Marassi (UCSC).