Post-doctoral Researcher, Aalto University School of Business
Hertta Vuorenmaa is a Post-doctoral Researcher at the Department of Management at Aalto University School of Business.
Vuorenmaa is an experienced researcher and trainer. She has been working as a researcher in several large Academy of Finland funded research projects focusing on for example well being at work, people management and its various roles and gender inequalities.
Her current research focuses on changing nature of work and changing people management, HRM in public and private organizations, digitalization, gender and qualitative research methods including ethnography.
Examples of trainings for the managers and professionals: Global Strategic HRM (EMBA Korea, Poland and Helsinki Aalto EE), Strategic HRM and Changing Nature of Work(KuntaJOKO, Aalto EE), Introduction to HR skills and expertise, Culture in organizations (FEC, Aalto EE), Talent Management & Strategic HRM (Singapore, Aalto EE), Culture and SHRM (National Defence University, Finland), Strategic HRM, Essentials of management and IB (Aalto Biz), Organisational bullying & harassment, Gender and management (University of Helsinki), Business strategy, Leadership, Management, Gender management and organisations, International Business (Hanken School of economics).
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