Robert L. Veninga, Ph.D.
Division of Health Policy & Management
Robert L. Veninga, Ph.D, teaches in the areas of strategic management, organizational behavior and management communications. He is an award winning author having published four books and 85 articles focusing on occupational stress, organizational change
Ph.D. Speech-Communication, University of Minnesota, 1972
M.A. Speech-Communication, University of Minnesota, 1969
B.D. Counseling, North American Baptist Seminary, 1966
B.A. Psychology, University of Minnesota, 1963
Occupational stress; organizational change and career renewal; organizational management and behavior
Health Policy and Management
420 Delaware St SE, MMC 729
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Veninga, R.L. (2003) "Transforming The Workplace: Ten Strategies That Will Increase Employee Satisfaction." Health Progress, May-June 2003.
Veninga, R.L., Debra K. Olson (2003) "The Public Health Imperative for Physicians" Minnesota Physician, April 2003.
Veninga, R.L. (2003) "Hope in the Workplace" Creative Nursing No. 1, 2003.
Veninga, R. L. (2002). "The Decisive Role of Leadership: Lessons from September 11, 2001." Management Services (February).
Veninga, R. L. (2002). "Reclaiming Our Values: Lessons from a Tragedy." Health Progress (January).
Veninga, R. L. (2001). "Five Ways to Rebuild Trust." Executive Excellence (October).
Veninga, R. L. (2001). "The Importance of Trust: Creating Wealth in a Connective Economy." Conference Proceedings, XII World Productivity Congress, Hong Kong Productivity Council (November).
Veninga, R. L. (2000). "Managing Hope in the Workplace." Health Progress 81(2, March-April).
Director, Executive Program in Public Health Practice, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota, 2003 - present
Adjunct Professor, School of Nursing, University of Minnesota, 1999 - present
Professor, Division of Health Services Research and Policy, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota, 1985 - present
Fellow, World Academy of Productivity Science, 2001
Member, Board of Trustees, University of Sioux Falls, 1997
Recipient, Minnesota Public Health Association Achievement Award, 1985
Recipient, Leonard M. Schuman Excellence in Teaching Award, School of Public Health, 1982