H.M.S. (Bart) Dietz

RSM - Rotterdam School of Management
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Associate Member ERIM
Field: Organisation
Affiliated since 2009

Dr. Dietz earned his Ph.D. and MSc. degrees from Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. His research focuses on the management of salespeople. His articles have been published in Journal of Marketing, and Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science. His research has been covered by several Dutch media and magazines for professionals. He has served as an ad-hoc reviewer for JM, and is on the Editorial Board of Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management. Bart teaches HR to undergraduates, master students and business professionals. He consulted and presented for companies like Manpower, Heineken, Ernst & Young, Cendris, and RET.

  • Bart Dietz & F. Poutsma (2013). HRM Policies and Firm Performance: The Role of the Synergy of Policies. In E. Parry, E. Stavrou & M. Lazarova (Eds.), Global Trends in Human Resource Management. London: Palgrave Macmillan
  • H.M.S. Dietz, J. Hoogendoorn, R. Kabst & A. Schmelter (2004). The Netherlands and Germany: Flexibility or Rigidity? In W. Mayerhofen (Ed.), Human Resource Management in Europe: Evidence of Convergence? Oxford: Elsevier Butterworth-Heineman
Erik Waltré

Leadership and performance in contact centers

  • Role: Daily Supervisor
  • PhD Candidate: Erik Waltré
  • Time frame: 2015 -

Editorial positions

  • Journal of Marketing

    Ad Hoc Reviewer

  • Journal of Organizational Change Management

    Ad Hoc Reviewer

  • Ad Hoc Reviewer

  • Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management

    Editorial Board


Address

Visiting address

Office: Mandeville Building T10-49
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50
3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738
3000 DR Rotterdam
Netherlands

Latest publication

H.M.S. Dietz, D. van Knippenberg, G. Hirst & S. Restubog (2015). Outperforming whom? A multi-level study of performance-prove goal orientation, performance, and the moderating role of shared team identification. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100 (6), 1811-1824. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0038888