Deputy Director, CIPSRT
Primary Email: Ronald.Camp@uregina.ca
Ronald D. Camp II, Ph.D., ICD.D is Deputy Director of the Collaborative Centre for Justice and Safety and the Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment, Co-Academic Director of the Saskatchewan Directors Education Program, and Associate Professor of Organizational Behaviour/International Business in the Hill-Levene Schools of Business at the University of Regina.
Dr. Camp’s research interests include culture and trust; comparative management, and leadership, with a focus on leadership practices that promote team psychological safety and mental health in public safety organizations. Dr. Camp has published peer-reviewed articles in Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Management and Organization Review, and the Journal of Interprofessional Care. He has contributed chapters to edited books, including Strategic Knowledge Management in Multinational Organizations. He has also presented research findings on knowledge management and leadership to audiences in Asia, North America, and Europe. In addition to teaching and conducting research, Dr. Camp has worked with organizations as varied as the Japan International Cooperation Agency, the Oregon Department of Transportation, MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd., Vancouver General Hospital, and Mosaic Potash to develop team capacity in the generation, translation, and transfer of knowledge.