Not only is 2020 the beginning of a new year, but it is also the beginning of a new decade. This is a time of change on a multitude of fronts. The world is facing unprecedented social, political, and environmental challenges, the post-secondary education sector is experiencing significant stress caused by technological advancements and demographic shifts, and the world of work is evolving more quickly than most of us are prepared for.
As a Professor in Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources Management at Royal Roads I am always fascinated by how employees perceive and understand Human Resources (HR). Research has shown us that how employees perceive HR, and the attributions they make about why HR practices are implemented will have a significant effect on whether HR has a positive influence on organizational performance or not.
RRU School of Business faculty member, and head of RRU MBA program, Charles Krusekopf is serving as the lead organizer for the second annual interdisciplinary Mongolia Field School to be held in Ulaanbaatar and other locations in Mongolia in summer 2020.
Posted November 25, 2019 by Ingrid Kajzer Mitchell
On Friday, November 15th, Royal Roads' faculty, and staff, along with our community partners, brought our unique RRU learning model and expertise of Design Thinking into the community as part of the Royal Roads Pop Up University event for high school students at the Old Fire Hall in Langford. The vision behind the event was to convert an unlikely venue into a vibrant and innovative 21st-century learning space. And the old decommissioned Langford fire hall was the perfect place to start.