Pamela Lirio

Pamela Lirio
Université de Montréal | UdeM · School of Industrial Relations

PhD

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Introduction
Dr. Pamela Lirio (Ph.D., McGill University): I currently teach and research in the areas of international HRM, workforce diversity, digital transformation, artificial intelligence and social media in HR. I have also worked globally in finance, marketing and consulting. Follow me on twitter: @drpamelalirio
Additional affiliations
June 2011 - June 2014
Edhec Business school
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)

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Publications (17)
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to understand how global managers from the generation born 1965 to 1980 (“Generation X”) manage demands of international business travel with desires for family involvement. A portrait evolves of how travel within a global career might be optimized for both business and family life. Design/methodology/approach...
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While the Arab Middle East reflects a diversity of business contexts, many countries in the region still fall short in women's workforce participation. The Gulf countries in particular rank well in educational achievements, but these achievements are not yet transferring to the workplace. With the increasing need to cultivate talent worldwide, it i...
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Though women remain under-represented among expatriate managers due to a range of organisational and cultural barriers in selection and individual relocation concerns, they have begun to pursue alternative routes towards a global career such as frequent travel and undertaking domestic positions with international development and community developme...
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Increased interest in reduced-load (part-time) work among professionals who want to have a life beyond work has led to new challenges for managers who must sustain productivity while also supporting employees. However, to date, little attention has been focused on exactly how managers facilitate effective implementation of these alternative work ar...
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This study addresses how today’s global managers navigate their work and family transitions through employing various boundary work tactics in a global context. Interviews with 25 global travelers or international business travelers in dual-career families uncovered how they handle global workflows and protect family time when working domestically...
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Employment practices that support work–life balance and wellbeing in workplace experiences are critical pathways to long-term workforce effectiveness, or cultivating a “sustainable workforce.” In this chapter, we discuss the notion of a sustainable workforce and examine how it relates to work–life balance and wellbeing. We then identify three organ...
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This chapter explores individual intercultural competence as an enacted capability developed through social interaction and experience with dominant local cultures and minority cultures. The authors employ a knowing-as-practice perspective, following Nicolini et al. (2003), and notions of tacit knowledge within particular domains (Sternberg et al.,...
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This chapter explores individual intercultural competence as an enacted capability developed through social interaction and experience with dominant local cultures and minority cultures. The authors employ a knowing-as-practice perspective, following Nicolini et al. (2003), and notions of tacit knowledge within particular domains (Sternberg et al.,...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine career-life issues of successful women in the Americas. Design/methodology/approach – A total of 30 interviews were conducted with successful women in Canada, Argentina and Mexico. Themes were pulled from the interview transcripts for each country, analyzed and then compared across countries, lookin...
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Thesis (MBA) -- Monterey Institute of International Studies, 1992.
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In this dissertation I explored how women and men global managers from the generation aged 30 to 45 in the United States and Canada called "Generation X", navigated global work and family demands while pursuing a global career. I conducted in-depth interviews with 25 Generation X global managers in dual-career families ("Global Gen Xers") to examin...

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