Dr. Jan Morsch

Associate Professor
Jan Morsch
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Organizational Dynamics
  • Research Methodology

"I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create more ripples"
-Mother Teresa-

Dr. Jan Morsch is a researcher and lecturer at Nyenrode Business University. He is part of Nyenrode's Faculty Research Center for Strategy, Organization and Leadership

As a member of the exam committee he provides courses regarding research methodology and quantitative data analysis. In addition, he is a very experienced supervisor and member of the second reader team. 

Morsch received two Master’s degrees from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam: the first in Culture, Organization and Management (COM) and the second in Public Policy and Administration. He received his third Master’s degree in Financial Management and Business Administration at Nyenrode Business Universiteit. He finished his PhD in psychology at Nyenrode with the dissertation titled 'Reconsidering manifest needs for the explanation and prediction of individual, team and economic performance’


Morsch loves watching and playing football, playing games with his friends and loved ones, but most importantly he loves spending time with his family.

Most relevant publications

  • Morsch, J., Van Dijk, D., & Kodden, B. (2020). The impact of perceived psychological contract breach, abusive supervision, and silence on employee well-being. The Journal of Applied Business and Economics, 22(2), 37-53.
  • Blomme, R.J., & Morsch, J.P.M. (2016). Five Insights for Change Managers in Second-order Change. Organizations as Complex Systems. In S. ┼×efika Erçetin (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Chaos and Complexity Theory in the Social Sciences (pp. 213-225). Hersey: ICI Global.
  • Blomme, R.J., & Morsch, J.P.M. (2015). Organizational change interventions for the compliance officer. In A. Goksoy (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Organizational Change Management Strategies (pp.110-121). Hersey: ICI Global.
  • Morsch, J., & Blomme, R.J. (2015). Motivatie als driver voor Talent. In B. Overduin & J. Hoogendoorn (Eds.), Strategisch Talentmanagement (pp. 101-119). Den Haag: Academic Service.