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Dr Jeannette Hemmecke



  • Conflict management, mediation & negotiation
  • Motivation, work-life-balance, self management
  • Change & knowledge management
  • Group dynamics & social psychology
  • Personal & organizational development

Short professional biography:

Jeannette Hemmecke works as organizational psychologist with individuals and groups in change processes, team and organizational development, conflict and knowledge management. She teaches at several universities in undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate programmes.

She holds a diploma in psychology (equivalent to a master’s degree) from the University of Leipzig (Germany) and a PhD in organizational psychology from the University of Vienna. Besides her academic education she qualified as a certified organization developer, as a conflict mediator in organizations, and a solution-focussed counsellor and consultant.

Before founding her own business in organizational psychology, she lead and worked in international and interdisciplinary research projects on organizational learning, knowledge creation and social competence. For more than five years she gathered experience as fulltime professor for knowledge communications at the School of Informatics, Communications and Media at the University of Applied Sciences Upper.



  • University of Linz, Austria
  • Upper Austrian University of Applied Sciences
  • University of Salzburg Business School

Professional cooperation with:

  • Information & web technology branch
  • SMEs & family businesses
  • Non-profit organizations
  • Higher education institutions
  • Employment service agencies

Publications & Research:

  • Social competence & social psychology (negotiation, trust, social dilemmas)

e.g., Book: «Verhandlungskompetenzen trainieren» (engl.: Negotiation training; with N. Kronberger). Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. Available at:

  • Knowledge management & organizational learning (tacit knowledge elicitation)

e.g., Journal Article: «The Tacit Dimension of User-Tasks» (with Chr. Stary). In Proceedings TAMODIA’06, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, LNCS 4385 (S. 308-323). Springer, 2007. Available at:

Masters and Courses held by the teacher

  • Personal Development 
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