TWR Network

Transdisciplinary Workplace Research (TWR) network

Employers, consultants and researchers are constantly looking for ways to better understand how work can yield optimal results in terms of performance, satisfaction, health and wellbeing. Within this quest, the awareness is growing that the place where work is carried out, plays a vital role. Social, physical, technological and managerial aspects of the workplace interact with worker behaviour and with one other. Hence, a transdisciplinary approach is required to advance our knowledge and practices. Until now, different aspects of the workplace are mostly studied within separate academic and professional fields. That is why the Transdisciplinary Workplace Research (TWR) network was initiated in 2017. Its intention is to bring together workplace researchers and professionals from all relevant disciplines to share their insights and ideas.

News

Call for papers TWR2020

The second Transdisciplinary Workplace Research Conference will take place the 16th -19th September, 2020 in Hessen-Thüringen, Germany.

The transdisciplinary workplace research (TWR) network  encourages both academic and professional researchers to submit their abstracts and join us in Germany for TWR 2020 (submission of abstracts will open end of August) .

Important dates:

  • abstract submission deadline: Monday October 28, 2019
  • decision on acceptance: November 15, 2019
  • short paper deadline: February 28, 2020
  • paper reviews back to authors: March 31, 2020
  • revised paper deadline: June 29, 2020

Call for paper, special issue Journal of Managerial Psychology

One of our TWR network members, Remi Ayoko, is guest editing a special issue in the Journal of Managerial Psychology. Topic: The Physical Environment of Organizational Behavior (OB). Deadline is 30th September 2019. If you are interested, check out http://emeraldgrouppublishing.com/products/journals/call_for_papers.htm?id=8202 for further information.

TWR2018 in Tampere, Finland

TWR2018 in Tampere, Finland has been a great success. Almost 40 studies were presented in 2 parallel sessions. The 60+ delegates represented 14 countries and both academia and practice.