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Centre of expertise HRM&OB

Faculty of Economics and Business
Centre of expertise Human Resource Management & Organisational Behaviour

Scientific pillars underpinning strategic organisational decisions

As Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour (HRM&OB) Centre of Expertise, we link scientific research to questions asked by the business community. Do you want to know how your organisation can continue to be innovative, creative and competitive?

Co-creation – working with you

We work on a not-for-profit basis and our focus is on providing your strategic decisions with a scientific foundation. With our expertise in, among other things, leadership research and ethics we analyse what HRM strategies fit with your ambitions and in what way you can get the best out of a diversified team.

Interested in working with us? Feel free to contact us.


  • 19 May 2020

    Existing Patterns of Social Inequality Exacerbated under COVID-19

    As the world battles with COVID-19, we are confronted with unforeseen challenges. Many fear for their health and the health of their loved ones. Many tackle new working situations: teleworking in makeshift home-offices, gearing up for essential work, or –...

  • 04 May 2020

    De manier waarop je nadenkt over hiërarchie, bepaalt wat je ervan vindt

    Hiërarchieën zijn aanwezig in praktisch alle groepen en teams. Is het niet formeel vastgelegd in duidelijke leidinggevende en niet-leidinggevende rollen, dan ontstaat het wel informeel uit de interacties tussen de leden van een groep [1]. Hoewel hiërarchie...

  • 29 April 2020

    Complimenten en het impostor (bedriegers) syndroom

    De meeste mensen hebben er gedurende hun carrière weleens last van: de angst om de door de mand te vallen. Het gevoel dat het slechts een kwestie van tijd is voordat je collega’s, baas, en/of opdrachtgever zullen ontdekken dat je eigenlijk niet zo slim en...

  • 14 April 2020

    Narcissists may need correction for better team performance

    Most people dislike working with narcissistic colleagues who are arrogant, manipulative, and overconfident. However, some narcissistic people are also high-achievers who tend to go for the strong-willed and talented, especially during crisis times. An...

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