La junta directiva cuenta con un grupo de miembros académicos de diferentes países que comparten una visión sobre el teletrabajo y las nuevas formas de trabajo en la Sociedad de la Información.

PRESIDENCIA boiarov SONIA BOIAROV -ARGENTINA Licenciada en Relaciones del Trabajo y Magister de la Universidad de Buenos Aires en Ciencias Sociales del Trabajo. Profesora de Administración de Personal II de la Carrera de Relaciones del Trabajo de la UBA, Profesora invitada de la Tokyo University of Science y del Mayor en Recursos Humanos de ADEN Business School, Universidad Alta Dirección en Mendoza, Neuquén, Guatemala y Panamá. Presidente de la Fundación Caminando Utopias para la inclusión digital y laboral. Consultora en el área de remuneraciones para numerosas empresas. Ha dictado cursos en la temática para la UIT- Unión Internacional de Telecomunicaciones. Directora de Torres de Teletrabajo y de Red Experta, Directora académica de CEDTEL –Centro de educación en teletrabajo. Fundadora del Centro de Teletrabajo y Teleformación de la Facultad de Ciencias Sociales- Universidad de Buenos Aires – UBA. Dirigió las investigaciones Etis-lac (Exportadores de Teleservicios), Telecapacitados y Teletrabajo, Políticas Públicas y Modelos de Legislación para el IDRC – Centro Internacional de Investigaciones para el Desarrollo de Canadá. Es investigadora del CETEL- Grupo de estudios e investigaciones de gestión trabajo y tecnología del Business School San Pablo, Brasil. Realizo investigaciones para Unesco-Quito. Realizó actividades de consultoría para CEPAL, y para la Fundación de las Américas dependiente de la OEA, Directora de los cursos de teletrabajo para América Latina y el Caribe de Unesco 2002-2005. Es editora del Boletín Teletrabajando . Distinguida con el Premio en Gestión Humana OSCAR ALVEAR URRUTIA – FIDAGH por el Ensayo: “Lo que los Líderes de Recursos Humanos deben saber sobre El Teletrabajo ”, autora del libro: ¿Cómo empiezo a teletrabajar? , y Remuneración Variable: ¿Una oportunidad para mejorar la distribución de ingresos? , coautora del libro: Exportadores de Servicios en Internet ; coordinadora general del libro: Telecapacitados y del libro Telework Argentina; autora del informe sobre teletrabajo en Argentina y de artículos periodísticos para medios de difusión. Fue organizadora del I y II CIT- Congreso Iberoamericano de Teletrabajo, del Encuentro regional para el empleo de personas con discapacidad visual patrocinado por Unesco y del Evento Académico Internacional: Telework 2010- Argentina propiciado por la ITA- International Telework Academy.

VICEPRESIDENT


mello ALVARO MELLO-BRASIL

Coordinador BSP Business School São Paulo e director de Sobratt Sociedade Brasileira de Teletrabalho e Teleatividades Doutorando pela FEA/USP, Mestrado pela EAESP-FGV e Graduado em Administração de Empresas pela UECE. Consultor, autor e co-autor de livros pioneiros sobre teletrabalho e empreendedorismo. É professor universitário na BSP Business School São Paulo onde coordena o GESTEC Grupo de Estudos e Pesquisas de Gestão , Trabalho e Tecnologia. É considerado professor e pesquisador pioneiro no Brasil e na América Latina na área de Teletrabalho . Foi Diretor de empresas nacionais e na Argentina e participou de eventos internacionais no Brasil e no exterior, apresentando trabalhos científicos nas áreas de sua especialidade , teletrabalho e empreendedorismo . No CRA-SP, é ex- conselheiro, e vice -coordenador do CTMC Grupo de Excelencia em Conectividade Tecnológica e Mobilidade Corporativa. Foi fundador, ex-presidente e atual diretor relações internacionais da Sobratt Sociedade Brasileira de Teletrabalho e Teleatividade .É membro Conselho Científico do ITA International Telework Academy.É diretor da Beca e- Work, empresa pioneira no Brasil na área de treinamento de teletrabalho. Possui artigos em periódicos e revistas especializadas brasileiras tais como Exame, Revista de Administração, O Estado de S. Paulo, Tendências do Trabalho, dentre outros.  Ver Curriculum completoCurriculum-_Alvaro[1] JUNTA DIRECTIVA y MIEMBROS FUNDADORES spinkWENDY SPINKS-JAPÓN Professor of Management Science at the Tokyo University of Science. She has a Ph.D. in Management from The University of Sydney and was Chair of the International Telework Academy (1995-2012) as well as Advisor to the Japan Telework Society. She has written extensively in the area of flexible work arrangements and their impact on conventional management methods. Her latest publications include: Perceptions of Health: Self-Employed Japanese Home-Based Workers (The E-Business Review, 2009, co-authored) and Management Theory: Footsteps of the Giants and Paths for Tomorrow (2009, in Japanese). She has participated in numerous Japanese government-related advisory committees and research projects in the field of information communications technology and work.

Pascale Peters

Pascale Peters
The Netherlands

PETERS (PASCALE)HOLANDA Dr. Pascale Peters holds a position as Associate Professor at Radboud University Nijmegen (Institute for Management Research), the Netherlands. In 2000, she received her PhD at the Faculty of Social Science, Tilburg University, the Netherlands. From 1999 to 2000, she was a researcher in the field of health care at the Dutch Institute of Health Care Research (NIVEL). In 2000, she also held a position as lecturer at the Leisure Studies Department, Tilburg University, the Netherlands. From September 2000 to December 2004, she worked as a post doc researcher at the Interuniversity Center for Social Science Theory and Methodology (ICS) and coordinated the large scale data collection for the NWO Research Program entitled ‘Time Competition’. She was located at the Sociology Department, Utrecht University, the Netherlands. As of December 2004, she has worked as a researcher and lecturer at the Business School, Radboud University Nijmegen (Institute for Management Research), the Netherlands. Her main area of expertise relates to the flexible organization of work, in particular, the adoption of home-based telework, New Ways to Work, and working carer support in organizations, in relation to topics such as (gendered) labour-market participation, work-life balance, employability, boundary management values and strategies, and work outcomes, such as work engagement and burn-out. CATH SULLIVANINGLATERRA BEVERLY LEEDSINGLATERRA foto de Karsten GareisKARSTEN GAREIS-ALEMANIA Karsten is senior project manager and researcher at empirica GmbH, Bonn. He has a degree in geography, economics and regional development from the University of Bonn, Germany, and spent part of his studies at the University College, London. Main fields of interest are the way Information Society Technologies relate to social development, patterns of employment, the locational behaviour of firms, and urban/regional systems. Karsten has worked extensively on ICT-based development strategies for urban areas and regions. Another main field of activity has been conceptualising, preparing, overseeing and analysing large-scale multi-country surveys of the general population and business, focusing on Information Society phenomena such as multi-locational work, e-commerce, e-business and cooperation using ICT networks of large-scale multi-national surveys in a number of projects (including eUser, ECaTT, SIBIS, EC-KMU). Karsten was project co-ordinator of BISER (www.biser-eu.com), an EU research project on developing and piloting the statistical basis for Information Society policy formulation at regional level. In 2004-2006 he was responsible research on eLearning and lifelong learning as part of the eUser project, which focused on user orientation of online services of public interest. This work comprised development of a conceptual framework, formulation of appropriate indicators for inclusion in the eUser population survey carried out in ten EU countries in 2004, interaction with stakeholders, as well as data analysis and interpretation. Karsten has been responsible for a number of consultancy projects implementing innovative methods of work organisation in major companies. Between 2010 and 2012 he provided consultancy to the Supreme Council for Information & Communication Technology in Qatar in the context of initiatives to pilot-implement telework across major companies based in Qatar. Karsten has authored or co-authored numerous articles and handbooks, and acts as peer reviewer for a number of programmes and conferences, including the HICSS. He is member of the board of the International Telework Academy (ITA).

Diana_limburgDIANA LIMBURGINGLATERRA

Senior Lecturer, Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics at Oxford Brookes University. Her research interests are, firstly, the role of Information Systems (IS) and Information Technology (IT) in management, in particular in relation to new organisational forms (such as telework) and performance management. A focal area in relation to this is Enterprise Performance Management, both in general, and especially its potential in the not-for-profit sector. She is also involved in research around strategic management of IS/IT in SMEs, particularly the use of Internet-based technologies.

 Journal articles

  • Limburg, D. and Jackson, P. (2011) ‘Information Systems supporting remote control: An evaluation Framework’, Journal of Organizational Transformation and Social Change, vol. 8, no. 2, pp. 143-161, January, ISSN 14779633.
  • Limburg, D. and Jackson, P. (2008) ‘Performance management for teleworking: The role of workflow management systems’, The Journal of eWorking, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 159-176, November, ISSN 1872-3284.
  • Limburg, D. and Jackson, P. (2007) ‘Teleworkflow: supporting remote control with Workflow Management Systems’, New Technology, Work and Employment, vol. 22, no. 2, pp. 146-167, January, ISSN 0268-1072.

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