Manifesto for the Future of Work and Organizational Psychology

Matthijs Bal, Edina DóCI, Xander Lub, Yvonne van Rossenberg, Sanne Nijs, Safâa Achnak, Rob Briner, Andy Brookes, Katharina Chudzikowski, Rein de Cooman, Sara De Gieter, Jeroen De Jong, Simon De Jong, Luc Dorenbosch, Motahareh Alsadat Ghoreishi Galugahi, Dieu Hack-Polay, Joeri Hofmans, Sevein Hornung, Kudrat Khuda, Renze KlamerJohn Mendy, Stefan Mol, Jose Navarro, Guy Notelaers, Carolin Ossenkop, Jennifer Lynn Pickett, Laura Röllmann, Zoe Sanderson, Joanna Sosnowska, Andromachi Spanouli, Tim Vantilborgh, Hans van Dijk, Marino van Zelst

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This manifesto presents 10 recommendations for a sustainable future for the field ofWork and Organizational Psychology. The manifesto is the result of an emerging movement around the Future of WOP (see, which aims to bring together WOP-scholars committed to actively contribute to building a better future for our field. Our recommendations are intended to support both individuals and collectives to become actively engaged in co-creating the future of WOP together with us. Therefore, this manifesto is open and never “finished.” It should continuously evolve, based on an ongoing debate around our professional values and behavior. This manifesto is meant, first of all, for ourselves as an academic community. Furthermore, it is also important for managers, decisionmakers, and other stakeholders and interested parties, such as students, governments and organizations, as we envision what the future ofWOP could look like, and it is only through our collective efforts that we will be able to realize a sustainable future for all of us.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)289-299
Number of pages11
JournalEuropean Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 4 May 2019


  • Future
  • academic system
  • manifesto
  • organizational behavior
  • work and organizational psychology


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