- Malmö University
- Hope Witmer
Hope Witmer, PhD, associate professor in leadership and organization is Director of the Leadership for Sustainability Master program, Urban Studies, a researcher for the Center for Work Life and Evaluation Studies (CTA) and the Collaborative future making (CFM) research platform. Research areas: leadership and organization from a resilience, learning, sustainability and gender perspective.
2020 | Article in journal
Credence in the Organization's Ability to Respond to Change: Implications on Work Engagement and Job Satisfaction in the Church of Sweden
Anders Edvik, Martin Geisler, Tuija Muhonen, Hope Witmer, Josefin Björk
2020 | Other
Glossary: Collaborative Future-Making
Per-Anders Hillgren, Kristina Lindström, Michael Strange, Hope Witmer, Anna Chronaki, Pelle Ehn, Maliheh Ghajargar, Sara Gottschalk, Li Jönsson, Asko Kauppinen, Ann Light, Per Linde, Magnus Nilsson, Petra Ragnerstam, Bo Reimer, Juliana Restrepo, Staffan Schmidt, Alicia Smedberg, Åsa Ståhl, Michelle Westerlaken
2019 | Chapter in book
Partnership Skåne: establishing a model for health diplomacy at subnational level
Katarina Carlzén, Hope Witmer, Slobodan Zdravkovic
2019 | Article in journal
Degendering organizational resilience: the Oak and Willow against the wind
2018 | Article in journal
The Role of Gender When Faculty Members Assign Consequences for Academic Dishonesty
Hope Witmer, Jonas Johansson
Transitioning towards sustainable water and waste management
From policy to sick leave – the role of rehabilitation coordinators in governing the sick leave process.
Organisational and social safety climate in human service organisations – Developing proactive approaches and tools for research, practice...
My research environments
Centre for Work Life and Evaluation Studies
Multidisciplinary research at the Centre for Work Life and Evaluation Studies (CTA) includes subjects such as economic history,...