Organising
Organising
When I was awarded my first academic chair at Nyenrode Business University I focused on organisational ethics.

Inspired by Robert Jackall’s Moral Mazes I urge people to investigate the structure and practice of organisations as it influences human behaviour – for both good and bad.

The challenge is to create organisations, structures, a culture, and decision-making processes that enhance ethical policies, practices, and behaviour.

More in particular, it requires the creation of spaces in which people can have a discourse about the purpose of the organisation, its values, the way it treats humans and non-humans, and the effects it has on nature and society.

Holacracy and sustainable winners

Holacracy and sustainable winners
This white paper is about holacracy - a form of organizing without managers. Fast-growing enterprises such as bol.com, car manufacturer Lightyear, learning platform Springest, mortgage advisor Viisi, or solar panel manufacturer Enie.nl have experience with the principles. The paper resulted from a collaboration between Deloitte and Maastricht University.

Holacracy and sustainable winners

Holacracy and sustainable winners
This white paper is about holacracy - a form of organizing without managers. Fast-growing enterprises such as bol.com, car manufacturer Lightyear, learning platform Springest, mortgage advisor Viisi, or solar panel manufacturer Enie.nl have experience with the principles. The paper resulted from a collaboration between Deloitte and Maastricht University.

Pivoting towards wellbeing

Pivoting towards wellbeing
This report addresses the way in which four medium-sized companies (Auping, Van Wijhe Verf, Royal Lemkes, and Viisi) design, develop and implement the wellbeing and flourishing of their employees. We developed a web of wellbeing that consists of six dimension enabling the description and analysis of the companies' relevant characteristics, policies, practices, actions and outcomes.

Teamwork and morality

Teamwork and morality
Jan de Leede and I wrote this article in the Journal of Business Ethics about the ethics of organising in two different contexts. The paper compares lean production and socio-technology.
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