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Dr Bertrand Audrin

Bertrand Audrin , PhD

Qualifizierung(en)

PhD in Management, University of Fribourg

Standort

EHL Campus Lausanne

Funktion

Assistant Professor

Unterrichtetes Modul

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
• Foundations of Hospitality Management I
• Applied Hospitality Management
MASTER IN HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
• Managing Talent & Service Organizations

Unterrichtsfach(e)

Talent management for hospitality & service businesses
Human Behavior and Performance in the Workplace
Talent Management Systems

Fachgebiet

Organizational Behavior
Human Resource Management
Digital Transformation of Organizations

Kurz-Bio

Bertrand Audrin ist Assistenzprofessor für Human Resource Management und Organizational Behavior an EHL Hospitality Business School. Seine Forschung konzentriert sich auf die digitale Transformation und ihre Auswirkungen auf Organisationen, Personalmanagement und Arbeitsbeziehungen. Seine aktuellen Projekte befassen sich mit Fragen zu digitalen Kompetenzen und emotionaler Intelligenz, neuen Arbeitsformen und KI für die Personalbeschaffung.

Veröffentlichungen in Peer-Reviewed Journals

Audrin, B., Borzillo, S., & Raub, S. (forthcoming). When the hierarchy folds: how employees may react. Journal of Business Strategy, (ahead-of-print).

Audrin, B., & Audrin, C. (2023). Scan it, buy it, pay it–customers' psychological contracts as partial employees in retail. Personnel Review, (ahead-of-print).

Audrin, C. & Audrin, B. (2023). More than just emotional intelligence online: introducing “digital emotional intelligence”, Frontiers in Psychology, 14, 1154355.

Audrin, C., & Audrin, B. (2022). Key factors in digital literacy in learning and education: a systematic literature review using text mining. Education and Information Technologies, 27(6), 7395-7419.

Terrier, L., & Audrin, B. (2022). Carpooling in times of crisis: Organizational identification as a safety belt. Case Studies on Transport Policy, 10 (3), 1720-1726.

Audrin, B. (2020). Implementing self-service technologies: not without competition!. International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management, 48(2), 169-185.