ENOP Symposia

Except as mentioned above, all meetings took place in Paris

Reports most or less detailed of symposiums are included in the newsletter

2019:Opportunities, Challenges and Hindrances for Academia – State of the Art and Looking for Solutions
2018:Digitization: The role of Work and Organizational Psychology in developing 21st century competencies and organizations
2017:Mobility and Transitions
2016:Assessing the ENOP Reference Model achievements during the last 25 years
2015:Changing Industrial Relations in Europe
2014:Age and work: the contribution of W/O psychology for individuals, organizations and society
2013:From Psychology Departments to Business Schools: The Changing Location of Work and Organizational Psychologists and the Implications for W/O Psychology
2012:Work motivation: Is Self- Determination Theory (STD) the road to take?
2011:Evidence-Based W/O Psychology
2010:From Economical Crisis and Job Insecurity to Regeneration of Human Resources
2009:Job design for special groups
2008:Quality of Working Life: The W/O Psychology Contribution to Conceptualisation and Measurement
2007:The conceptualized individual: Concepts and methods for bridging individual and social system level analyses
2006:Exploring National Differences in Job Satisfaction
2005:Quality of Life in Future Organisations
2004:Designing Curricula – Input and Contents and Output of Skills
2003:Work motivation in the context of pay and the psychological contract of work
2002:European harmonisation of Working-Life challenges – Challenges for East and West
2001:Work-Life balance
2000:Knowledge management
1999:Doing research with policy implications: Bridging organizational psychology and policy research
1998:New area of Work and Organisational Cyberpsychology
1997:Dissemination of knowledge in Work and Organisational Psychology
1996:Evaluation of research in WO Psychology
1995:Building new competencies for W/O Psychologists
1994:The future of Work
1993:The Curriculum development model for the teaching of WO Psychology
1992:Organisational development and individual adaptation in Eastern Europe – An East West dialogue
1991:The challenges of economic and organisational changes in Eastern Europe
1990:Educational exchange and Cooperation in WO Psychology
1988:Toward a European training in WO Psychology
1987:Methodological issues in WO Psychology (Siofok)
1996:Transition into work
1995:Country reports – Focus on Europe – Trends in WO psychology – Power in organizations (Barcelona)
1994:New technologies and the future of work – Aging and Work
1983:Unemployment research (state of art) – North-South dialogue in WO Psychology
1982:Organizational and Work Psychology in the next two decades