Courses a.y. 2021/2022
10139 ORGANIZZAZIONE AZIENDALE [ORGANIZATION]
10174 SVILUPPO E CARRIERE [CAREER AND DEVELOPMENT]
10187 VALUTAZIONE E RICOMPENSA [ASSESSMENT AND COMPENSATION]
10324 PEOPLE MANAGEMENT
12013 PEOPLE STRATEGY AND HR STRATEGY
20159 SEMINARI PER LO SVILUPPO DI ABILITA' COMPORTAMENTALI / BEHAVIOURAL SKILLS SEMINARS
20162 GESTIONE DELLE RISORSE UMANE / HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
20482 BUSINESS GAME (per Organizzazione e gestione delle risorse umane) [BUSINESS GAME (for Organization and Human Resource Management)]
Born May 9th, 1966. Degree in Business Administration from Università Bocconi. PhD in Business Administration (Università Bocconi).
Associate Professor of Business Organization. From 2021, Director of the Specialized Master of Science in Organization and Human Resources Management and previously from 2003 to 2008. At SDA Bocconi School of Management she is Professor of the Knowledge Group Organization, Leadership and Human Resources and she has been the Director of the Executive Master in Strategic Human Resource Management from 2008 to 2014. She is an ICF Professional Certified Coach (PCC). She has been a visiting scholar at the University of Michigan Business School, Ann Arbor (MI, U.S.A.) and at the University of Maryland Business School, College Park (MD, U.S.A.). Honors and awards: Excellence in Research Award, Bocconi University 2004-2005. Best Paper Award, "The importance of organizational justice in career decisions", The Career Division of the Academy of Management, Toronto, 2000.
Career management, Leadership and Talent development, (Strategic) Human Resource Management. She is interested in the intersection of the individual and the organizational perspective, with a comparative and global approach
Bagdadli, S., Gianecchini, M.,Andresen, M., Cotton, R., Kaše, R., Lazarova, M., Smale, A., Bosak, J., Briscoe, J.P., Chudzikowski, K., Dello Russo, S. & Reichel, A. (2021). Human capital development practices and career success: The moderating role of country development and income inequality. Journal of Organizational Behavior. https://doi.org/10.1002/job.2506.
Bagdadli S., Gianecchini M., (2020) HRM/organizational career management systems and practices. In: H. Gunz, M. Lazarova, & W. Mayrhofer (Eds.), Routledge Companion to Career Studies. London: Routledge.
Dello Russo, S., Parry, E., Bosak, J., Andresen, M., Apospori, E., Bagdadli, S., ... & Hall, D. T. (2020). Still feeling employable with growing age? Exploring the moderating effects of developmental HR practices and country-level unemployment rates in the age–employability relationship. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 31(9), 1180-1206.
Bagdadli, S. & Gianecchini, M. (2019). Organizational Career Management practices and objective career success: A systematic review and framework, Human Resource Management Review, 29 (3), 353-370.
Smale, A., Bagdadli, S., Cotton, R., Dello Russo, S., Dickmann, M., Dysvik, A., Gianecchini, M., Kaše, R., Lazarova, M., Reichel, A., Rozo, P., & Verbruggen, M. (2019). Proactive career behaviors and subjective career success: The effects of perceived organizational support and national culture, Journal of Organizational Behavior, 40 (1), 105-122.
De Stefano, F., Bagdadli, S. & Camuffo, A. (2018). The HR role in corporate social responsibility and sustainability: A boundary shifting literature review. Human Resource Management, 57 (2): 549-566.
Dries, N., Cotton, R. D., Bagdadli, S., & de Olveira (2014). HR Directors’ Understanding of ‘Talent’: A Cross-Cultural Study. In A. Al Ariss (Ed.) Global Talent Management: Challenges, strategies and opportunities, Springer, 2014.
Bagdadli, S., Hayton, J. & Perfido, O. (2014). Reconsidering the role of HR in M&As: What can be learnt from practice. Human Resource Management, 53 (6): 1005-1025.
S., Bagdadli & Camuffo, A. (2011). Luxottica: changing Italian labour relations and HR practices to drive sustainable performance. In Global HRM Casebook, J.Hayton, M.Biron, B.Kuvaas & L.Castro-Christiansen (eds), New York NY: Routledge.
Bagdadli, S. (2007). Designing career systems: are we ready for it? In H. Gunz and M. Peiperl (Eds.), Handbook of Career Studies, Sage, 2007.
Bagdadli, S. Paoletti, F. & Roberson, Q. (2006). The mediating role of procedural justice in responses to promotion decisions. Journal of Business and Psychology, 21 (1): 83-102.
Bagdadli, S., Solari, L., Usai, A. & Grandori, A. (2003). The emergence of career boundaries in unbounded industries: career odysseys in the Italian new economy. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 14 (5).