|Name||Wieke Willemijn Scholten|
|Place and date of birth||Alkmaar, August 28, 1979|
|Address United Kingdom||Quaker Court, Flat 58, Banner Street|
|London EC1 Y8QB|
|Tel. number||+447825197171 (UK)|
|Civil status||Married, two children|
2016 – present Head of Audit for Behavioural Risk: RBS, London / UK. Leading a team within Internal Audit that identifies behavioural risk in high risk areas within the Bank, in order to enable senior leadership to mitigate this behavioural risk. Behavioural risk refers to the risk of undesirable outcomes as a result of detrimental behavioural patterns and their drivers. Undesirable outcomes could range from poor management of risk and poor quality of decisions to misconduct.
2011 – 2016 Senior Supervisor of Behavior & Culture: De Nederlandsche Bank – the Dutch central bank. Co-developed methodology to supervise behavior and culture in the financial industry. Assessed behavioural and cultural risks at about 15 financial institutions, mainly banks – including significant and international banks.
2009 – 2011 Organisational Consultant: Berenschot Management & Development, Utrecht, The Netherlands. On change management, team dynamics and leadership development.
2004 – 2009 Advisor on HR and organization: Academical Medical Centre, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. On change management, team dynamics and leadership development.
2003 – 2004 Advisor on organizational development: at Stichting Dienstverlening Leiden, The Netherlands – an organization for the elderly and disabled in Leiden. On performance management and reorganizations.
2003 – 2004 Research assistant in organizational and social psychology: dr. Manuela Barreto, Leiden University, The Netherlands.
2012 – 2018 PhD in organizational psychology – doctoral thesis Banking on Team Ethics: A team climate perspective on root causes of misconduct in financial services. Leiden University, under supervision of Prof. Naomi Ellemers.
2006 – 2008 Master in Change Management: SIOO, Utrecht, The Netherlands – Centre for organizational change, governed by Dutch Universities.
2004 – 2006 Master in Human Resources: AIAS, Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Centre for Advanced Labour Studies, part of the University of Amsterdam.
1998 – 2002 Master in Organizational and Social Psychology (with honours): Leiden University, The Netherlands. Masterthesis on a social identity process in a professional context, researched at Sonoma State University, California, USA.
Scholten, W.W. (2018). Banking on Team Ethics: A team climate perspective on root causes of misconduct in financial services. vL Company, Deventer.
Scholten, W.W. & Ellemers, N. (2016). Bad apples or corrupting barrels? Preventing traders’ misconduct. Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance, 24 (4), 366-382.
Scholten, W.W. (2015). Error management in financial institutions;
Scholten, W.W. & Raaijmakers, M. (2015). The rationale for supervision of behaviour and culture;
Raaijmakers, M. & Scholten, W.W. (2015). Culture change; and
Wajer, A. & Scholten, W.W. (2015). Group dynamics.
In Raaijmakers, M. (Ed.). Supervision of Behaviour and Culture: foundations and practices (pp. 280-303). De Nederlandsche Bank. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
Barreto, M., Ellemers, N., & Scholten, W.W. (2010). To Be or Not to Be: The Impact of Implicit Versus Explicit Inappropriate Social Categorizations on the Self. British Journal of Social Psychology, 49, 43-67.
2017 Awards for Excellence 2017: Outstanding Paper. Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance, Emerald Publishing.
2002 Dr. Barry Goldolphin Research Assistantship Award
Sonoma State University, Californië, USA.