Jolita Vveinhardt

Vytautas Magnus University

Prof. dr. Jolita Vveinhardt – a chief researcher of the Vytautas Magnus University, a professor at the Management Department of the Faculty of Economics and Management at the Vytautas Magnus University (Lithuania). The scientist is heading three scientific groups: 'Neuro-Relationships” (Lithuanian Sports University (LSU)), 'Managerial Solutions to Violence in Sport” (LSU), 'The Group of Interdisciplinary Research on Working Environment” (Vytautas Magnus University (VMU)). Jolita Vveinhardt is the author and co-author of three monographs, four scientific studies, one textbook, and five educational books. The scientist is the editor of three books published by InTech publishing house 'Congruence of Personal and Organizational Values” 2017, 'Organizational Culture” 2018, 'Management Culture and Corporate Social Responsibility” 2018). For the past several years she explores the phenomena of mobbing and nepotism, climate of the organisation and other aspects related to human resource management. She has published more than 200 scientific articles, 90 of which were published in peer reviewed journals of Web of Science Core Collection (Clarivate Analytics) database and read more than 50 papers in national and international scientific conferences. She is a member of editorial boards of 14 scientific periodicals. Prof. Dr. Jolita Vveinhardt is a member of 15 associations and societies. She teaches the following subjects for Master’s degree programme students: Contemporary Organization Theories (VMU) and Novelties of Management Science (LSU). Her main research interests are destructive relationships among employees (mobbing, bullying, nepotism, favouritism, social loafing, social ostracism, organizational cynicism, cronyism, protectionism), business ethics, organizational culture, management culture, organizational climate, personal and organizational values, value congruence, corporate social responsibility, decision-making, neuromanagement, etc.

2books edited

22chapters authored

Latest work with IntechOpen by Jolita Vveinhardt

It is stated that the concept of organizational culture reveals that the behavior of people in organizations is highly influenced by the established attitudes and values of their members, and objective characteristics of organizational culture are everything that exists regardless of its members' thoughts. A lot of researchers of organizational culture continue to look for answers about these relationships. Thus, organizational culture is a phenomenon that constantly receives both researchers' and practitioners' attention. This book supplies the reader with a comprehensive overview of the latest results of studies carried out by scientists from different countries. A lot of attention is given to role of national cultures, organizational culture as a determinant of competitiveness, organizational structures, model of culture for innovation, transformational leadership, leadership competencies, project activity etc.

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