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Prof. Dr.
Julia Zwank

Professorin

Business Psychology &
Organizational Behavior
Hochschulzertifikat Personalpsychologie
SPIEGEL-Zertifikat New Work und Personalmanagement digital

Telefon: +49 7371 9315-0

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Curriculum Vitae

Akademischer Werdegang

  • 2017 - 2020 Promotion zum Dr. rer. pol. in „Organizational Behavior”, an der EBS Universität: „Managerial Justice Enactment in the Context of Organizational Change“
  • 2014 - 2016 Master of Science, „Wirtschaftspsychologie & Change Management“ an der SRH Mobile University
  • 2011 - 2014 Bachelor of Arts, „Wirtschaftspsychologie“ an der SRH Mobile University 

Beruflicher Werdegang

  • 2020 - heute Professorin für Business Psychology & Organizational Behavior an der SRH Fernhochschule - The Mobile University, Riedlingen
  • 2018 - 2020 Head of Organizational Transformation & Global Change bei der ING Group,weltweit
  • 2011 - 2018 Senior Managementberaterin Organisationsentwicklung & Transformationbei der ING Deutschland und Niederlande
  • 2011 - heute Freiberufliche Beraterin, Trainerin, Speaker & FührungskräftecoachIT & Finanzsektor, europaweit
  • 2010 – 2011 Expertin Refinanzierung bei der ING-DiBa AG Deutschland

Sonstiges

  • Auszeichnung „Best Paper”, Academy of Management Annual Conference Boston, USA, 2019
  • Auszeichnung „Showcase Symposium", Academy of Management Annual Conference Vancouver, Canada, 2020
  • Auszeichnung „Erdgas-Südwest-Preis für ausgezeichnete Studienleistungen“, Deutschland, 2016
  • Mitglied und Reviewer der Academy of Management Conference
  • Mitglied und Reviewer der British Academy of Management Conference
  • Mitglied der European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology
  • Zertifizierter Systemischer Coach 

Auswahl an Publikationen

  • Zwank, J., Diehl, M.-R., & Fortin, M. (2020). Quo Vadis? Three Moral Journeys of Justice Enactment During Organizational Change. Accepted for Presentation at the Academy of Management Annual Conference in Vancouver, Canada.
  • Barclay, L., Varty, C., Brockner, J., Baer, M., Hillebrandt, A., Nishioka, M., Varty, C., Zwank, J., Beck, J. W., Bobocel, R., Brady, D., Diehl, M.-R., Fortin, M., Frank, E. L., Luciano, M. M., Matta, F. M., Saldanha, M. F., & Wellman, E. M. C. (2020). Broadening Our Understanding of “Doing Justice” in Organizations. Academy of Management Proceedings, Vol. 20, 13821.
  • Zwank. J. (2020). The Evolving Organization. In: SRH Fernhochschule (Hrsg.): Vernetzte Arbeitswelt – der digitale Arbeitnehmer“. Berlin: Springer. In press.
  • Zwank, J. & Schneck, O. (2020). Was Unternehmen von der „Mobile University“ lernen können. FAZ Personaljournal, 03/2020, S. 21-22.
  • Zwank, J. & Diehl, M.-R. (2019). Fairness as a Disguise. Fear-Driven Motives for Justice Enactment During Organizational Change. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, Vol. 2019, No. 1, 16755. doi.org/10.5465/AMBPP.2019.245
  • Zwank, J. & Diehl, M.-R. (2019). Counterintuitive Justice Dynamics. Motives and Strategies of Fair Managerial Decision-Making. Presentation at the 2019 European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology Conference in Turin, Italy.
  • Zwank, J. & Diehl, M.-R. (2019). Fear-Driven Motives for Justice Enactment During Organizational Change. Accepted for Presentation at the 2019 British Academy of Management Conference in Birmingham, UK.
  • Zwank, J. & Diehl, M.-R. (2019). Fairness as a Disguise. Fear-Driven Motives for Justice Enactment During Organizational Change. Presentation at the 2019 Academy of Management Annual Conference in Boston, USA.
  • Zwank, J. & Diehl, M.-R. (2019). Cycles of (In)justice Enactment During Organizational Change: A Longitudinal Study. Presentation at the 6th International Workshop on Insights in Organizational Justice and Behavioural Ethics in Oestrich-Winkel, Germany. 

Forschungsprofil und Forschungsinteresse

  • Organizational behavior
  • Organizational justice
  • Moral identity
  • Organizational identity
  • Behavioral ethics
  • Leadership development & maturity
  • Organizational learning