Dr. Silja Hartmann

Dr. Silja Hartmann

Office: Overbergstr. 17, 2nd floor, Room 2/07

Phone:   +49 (0)234 32 - 26 690

E-Mail:  silja.hartmann@ruhr-uni-bochum.de






Curriculum Vitae

Silja Hartmann studied Business Administration at the Berlin School of Economics and Law and did her apprenticeship as industrial management assistant with Siemens AG. After her graduation, she worked as a consultant focusing on strategy development and process optimization for Siemens AG. Following this, she did her Master studies in Business Administration at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) München and the Copenhagen Business School (Denmark). From 2013 to 2019, she worked as a research and teaching assistant at the Institute for Leadership and Organization at the LMU Munich. During this time, she did her Master of Business Research and her doctoral studies focusing on the topic of team resilience. Since September 2019, Silja Hartmann works as an assistant professor at the Center for Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Tranformation (CEIT). Her research results have been presented at national and international conferences and have been published in established journals, such as Applied Psychology: An International Review.


Articles in peer reviewed journals

Hartmann, S., Weiss, M., Newman, A., & Hoegl, M. 2019. Resilience in the workplace: A multilevel review and synthesis. Applied Psychology: An International Review . doi:10.1111/apps.12191. Forthcoming.

Meyen, M., Karidi, M., Hartmann, S., Weiß, M., & Högl, M. 2017. Der Resilienzdiskurs. Eine Foucault’sche Diskursanalyse. GAIA , 26(1): 166-173.


Publications in books and practice-oriented journals

Weiss, M., Hartmann, S., & Hoegl, M. 2017. Resilienz als Trendkonzept – Über die Diffusion von Resilienz in der Gesellschaft und Wissenschaft. In: M. Karidi, M. Schneider & R. Gutwald (Hrsg.), Resilienz: Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven zu Wandel und Transformation : 13-32. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.

Weiss, M., Högl, M. & Hartmann, S. 2015. Team-Resilienz verstehen: Konzeption eines empirischen Forschungsprojektes. Wirtschaftspsychologie , 2015-4: 44-52.