"Lessons from the Real World: Organizational Behavior in the American Corporation"- Lisa R. Bender, V.P. & Chief H.R. Officer of The MITRE Corporation
|Date & Time:||14 November 2011, 2:00 - 3:20 PM|
|Location:||Lemberg Academic Center|
OPEN TO ALL OF IBS
"Lessons from the Real World: Organizational Behavior in the American Corporation"
Dr. Lisa Bender is vice president and chief human resources officer for The MITRE Corporation. In this role, Dr. Bender is responsible for strategic planning and direction of human resources for 7,000 MITRE employees at 60 sites worldwide. During her tenure at MITRE, Dr. Bender has guided new practices in executive compensation, organization research, performance management, branding, the design of the human resources function, and a mindset change in how “time” is viewed, including flexible work arrangements. Prior to joining MITRE , Dr. Bender held various human resources and organization development positions, including a at Digital Equipment Corporation. Dr. Bender earned a bachelor’s degree from City College of New York and a doctorate in social and organizational psychology from the State University of New York at Buffalo and has completed post-doctoral studies in clinical psychology.
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