Do not go gentle into that good night,Rob Blomme is Associate Dean of Degree Programs and Faculty, and a Full Professor of Organization Behavior. His main research concerns psychological, sociological, humanistic and institutional aspects of organizational behavior and organizational development. He uses different methodologies and methods in his research varying from quantitative multivariate, SEM and Multi-Level approaches till interpretative qualitative methods including grounded theory and analytical induction.
Old age should burn and rave at close of day;
Rage, rage against the dying of the light. (Thomas, 1951)
Since 2016, Robert is also full professor management and organization at the Open University Netherlands. Also he is a visiting professor at different universities including Rijksuniversiteit Leiden and the Hotelschool The Hague.
Also from 2001-2014 he worked in business as an interim manager and independent consultant. From 2005 until 2013 he served as chaired professor HRM (Lector) at the Hotelschool The Hague.
Robert collaborates with colleagues from different international universities including Cranfield School of Management (UK), Kingston University London (UK), University of Lincoln (UK), Fordham University (US), Universität Tübingen (Ger) and Naruto University of Education (JP).
Robert’s main hobby is making music. He plays in different bands in which he sings and plays guitar.
Also, he is interested in philosophy, musical theory and psychology of music.
Blomme, R.J. (2014). Patronen van Variëteit:Individuele gedragingen en gewoontes in de organisatiecontext (Patterns of Variety: Individual Behaviour and Habits within Organizations). Inaugural lecture. Breukelen: Business Universiteit Nyenrode. (ISBN 9789089800749)