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SMART work design

15, 29 June and 13, 20 July 2021

Executive Education

Online modules: studied on demand, released 9am AWST
Live one hour session: Tuesday 20 July, 12pm to 1pm AWST

Delivered online

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Cost

General: $529
Curtin alumni, students and staff: $479
Group registration (5 or more): $429 per person
Note: If this program is rescheduled or cancelled, a full refund or credit note to use at another Executive Education program valued at the same price will be provided.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has had a lasting impact on our working lives. As organisations and teams have readily adapted to changing circumstances, we have glimpsed the benefits of doing things differently, such as working from home, and are now keen to make some permanent changes.

In this Masterclass, you’ll learn how to create and redesign jobs that increase job satisfaction and performance, reduce employee stress, and lead to a flourishing organisation. You’ll gain knowledge of the concept of ‘SMART Work’, and will be able to apply this model to your own organisation.

About the facilitators

Dr Caroline Knight

Dr Caroline Knight is a Research Fellow in the Centre for Transformative Work Design at Curtin University. Caroline’s research interests include work design, well-being and job crafting. She is leading a project to investigate the impact of working from home during COVID-19 on people’s well-being and performance. She is also co-leading a large longitudinal study, Work Across Life and Careers (WALC) to investigate the changing nature of work and its impact on health, wellbeing, cognition, memory and identity. Dr Knight has a PhD from the Institute of Work Psychology in the UK and has published in a number of top-tier management journals.

Dr Florian Klonek

Dr Florian Klonek also works in the Centre for Transformative Work Design at Curtin University. He has studied across the globe, learning psychology and computer sciences in Australia and Germany, where he completed his PhD, and later working as a postdoctoral research fellow in Santiago, Chile. Dr Klonek’s research interests are in work design, team dynamics, change management and leadership, with his research published in international peer-reviewed journals.