Carolina Machado

Carolina F. Machado received her PhD degree in Management Sciences (Organizational and Politics Management / Human Resources Management) from the University of Minho in 1999, and Master degree in Management (Strategic Human Resource Management) from Technical University of Lisbon in 1994. Teaching in the Human Resources Management subjects since 1989 at University of Minho, she is since 2004 Associated Professor, with experience and research interest areas in the field of Human Resources Management, International Human Resources Management, Training and Development, Management Change and Knowledge Management. She is Head of Management Department, at Economic and Management School at University of Minho, as well as Head of Human Resources Management Master and Head of Human Resources Management Work Group at University of Minho.

Publications

Enhancing Competitive Advantage With Dynamic Management and Engineering
Carolina Machado, J. Paulo Davim. © 2018. 315 pages.
While many advances have been made in understanding the complexity of manufacturing and production engineering, the social and organizational context remains problematic due to...
International Journal of Applied Management Sciences and Engineering (IJAMSE)
Carolina Machado, J. Paulo Davim. Est. 2014.
The International Journal of Applied Management Sciences and Engineering (IJAMSE) is a refereed, multidisciplinary journal that publishes high-quality articles on management...
Effective Human Resources Management in Small and Medium Enterprises: Global Perspectives
Carolina Machado, Pedro Melo. © 2014. 526 pages.
Effective Human Resource Management (HRM) methods are essential in tackling today’s employment challenges and changes. As Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) continue to...
Human Resource Management in SMEs: Action Referential Definition
Pedro Melo, Carolina Machado. © 2013. 24 pages.
Although small and medium size companies perform a relevant role in world economies, the authors conclude that research in this field focuses more attention on bigger...
Human Resource Management in SMEs: Action Referential Definition
Pedro Melo, Carolina Machado. © 2013. 24 pages.
Although small and medium size companies perform a relevant role in world economies, the authors conclude that research in this field focuses more attention on bigger...