About the Humanistic Management Network Dutch Chapter
The Dutch Chapter’s people bring great diversity of experience and a shared vision in the areas of sustainability, science, innovation and human development.
We work with industry, government, academia, and institutional sectors to develop and integrate humanistic principles into the daily practices of companies. Our aim is to incubate dignity in organisations and align wellbeing with profitability. We believe the core purpose of business is to develop sustainable human welfare and add value to society at large. We support a humanistic management paradigm by opening up new networks of meaning, fresh insights and actionable knowledge.
Dutch Chapter Team
We are very happy to introduce the members of the Humanistic Management Network Dutch Chapter team. Below you can find their short bio and how they contribute to the Chapter.
Matthijs Bal is a professor of Responsible Management at the Lincoln International Business School.
Robert J. Blomme co-leads the Dutch Chapter of the Humanistic Management Network
Bertine van Hoof co-leads the Dutch Chapter of the Humanistic Management Network.
Ernst von Kimakowitz acts as liaison to the global Humanistic Management Network community
Please explore the activities of the Humanistic Management Network Dutch Chapter
The Humanistic Management Network Dutch Chapter is proud to partner with a range of first tier academic institutions and members of the business community in the Netherlands that are sharing our passion for strengthening the positive impact of business.
Work Wise is a medium-sized consultancy agency for highly-educated professionals and managers. We work with individuals and organizations to enhance their personal and professional potential through career, co-operation, talent, leadership and organizational development.
The Open University is one of the universities in the Netherlands and Belgium. There are, however, differences with the regular universities: the Open University is specifically dedicated to online education and research. The educational programme is structured in such a way that it enables you to study part-time.
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