Dr Bas Koene is director of the RSM Case Development Centre and is engaged in research and teaching in the field of HR and Organization Development.
He studies human agency and leadership in processes of institutional change and Organizational Development. He is specifically interested in the organization of work and the management of employment. Recent projects focus on the management & organization of non-standard employment, the relation between job quality and innovation (QuInnE project), participation and community (I-WIRE project) and on the role of HR in new ways of organizing work.
As director of the RSM Case Development Centre he has been building support for case development and case method innovation at RSM for over 5 years, strengthening the relevance of case studies as tools for research valorization and learning.
He is member of the American Academy of Management (AoM), the European Group for Organization Studies (EGOS) and the Society for the Advancement of Socio-economics (SASE). Before joining RSM he worked as a management consultant and at the Business School of the University of Maastricht. He has published in journals such as Leadership Quarterly, Human Resource Management Journal, Journal of Organizational Change Management, Personnel Review and Human Relations.
Bas Koene, C Garsten & N Galais (2014) - Ch 1 Management and organization of temporary work - Routledge
Bas Koene (2004) - Trust and rationality in organisation: Strengthening the role of the scared feminine in organization, why this might be more difficult than we think, and how we might move forward .... - Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (EUR)
Bas Koene, F Pot & Jaap Paauwe (2003) - Contingent employment in the Netherlands - Edward Elgar Publishing
Bas Koene (1999) - Managing across cultures (bookreview) - Prentice Hall
Bas Koene, J (Joseph) Soeters & A Vogelaar (1997) - Leadership characteristics, organisational culture and organisational performance - Acco Uitgeverij
Bas Koene, C Boone & JL Soeters (1997) - Organizational factors influencing homogeneity and heterogeneity of organizational cultures - Sage
Bas Koene, JM Pennings & H Schreuder (1992) - Leadership, Organizational Cultures and Organizational Outcomes - Center for Creative Leadership
Bas Koene (1997) - Managing across cultures - Prentice Hall
Mariano Heyden, Bas Koene & Sebastian Fourne (2013) - Examining Role Involvement of Top and Middle Management in Organizational Change
Bas Koene & A Spicer (2013) - Thought leadership: engaging with power whilst not losing the plot
J Noeverman & Bas Koene (2005) - Construct Measurement of Evaluative Style: a review and evaluation
J Noeverman & Bas Koene (2005) - The changing roles of Management Accounting and Control Systems
J Noeverman & Bas Koene (2003) - Differences in evaluative style: an explorative study
J Noeverman & Bas Koene (2005) - The relevance or context for evaluative style and evaluative style effectiveness
J Noeverman & Bas Koene (2006) - The relevance of context for Evaluative Style and Evaluative Style Effectiveness
Bas Koene, Jaap Paauwe & JPM (John) Groenewegen (2004) - Understanding the development of temporary agency work in Europe
F Pot, Bas Koene & Jaap Paauwe (2001) - Contingent employment in the Netherlands
J Noeverman & Bas Koene (2000) - Preferred and perceived evaluation style and its interaction with leadership style: an empirical investigation
Bas Koene & Jaap Paauwe (1999) - Vertrouwen in situaties van verandering
JPEF (Paul) Boselie, Bas Koene & Jaap Paauwe (1998) - HRM & Performance: towards a more balanced perspective
Bas Koene, A Vogelaar & J (Joseph) Soeters (1998) - The impact of leadership on organizational climate and bottom line organizational performance
J Noeverman & Bas Koene (2010) - Contextual Influences on Evaluative Style and its Effectiveness: Three Avenues for Future Research - Erasmus Research Institute of Management (ERIM)
Bas Koene & J Purcell (1999) - Contingent work relationships in the Netherlands: An investigation of the arrangements around contingent work relationships in the Netherlands compared to the U.K. - Contribution to the 15th EGOS colloquium on "Organisations in a challenging world: Theories, Practices and Societies" sub theme Work, employment and Society