I am Corine Boon, professor of HRM and people analytics at the Amsterdam Business School, in the section Leadership and Management. I studied Business Economics, and received a PhD on Strategic Human Resouce Management from the Erasmus University Rotterdam. After a short period as a post-doc at the Erasmus School of Health Policy and Management and Tilburg University I started working at the UvA.
At UvA, I am the director of the Amsterdam People Analytics Centre (APAC) and (co) program director of the honours programme Data Driven Management. I teach courses in the area of people analytics, leadership and management, and strategic HRM in several MSc and MBA programmes, and I conduct research in the area of strategic HRM and people analytics. I am an associate editor of Human Resource Management Review and am a member of the editorial board of Journal of Management, Human Resource Management, Human Resource Management Journal, and the International Journal of Human Resource Management. Also, I was elected for the leadership track of the HR division of the Academy of Management for the period, where I will be part of the leadership team of the HR division from 2023-2029.
Professor of HRM and People Analytics
Director of Amsterdam People Analytics Centre (APAC)
Associate editor of Human Resource Management Review
(Co) program director of the honours programme Data Driven Management
Member of the leadership team of the HR division of the Academy of Management
Mentor for tenure track employees and PhD students at the Amsterdam Business School
Member of the UvA Recognition and Rewards committee
Member of the University of Amsterdam Commissie Duurzame Inzetbaarheid
Member of the Advisory Board of A Sustainable Future (UvA)
Strategic HRM, people analytics, AI in HRM, person-environment fit
People Analytics (MScBA - coordinator)
Advanced People Analytics (MSc Data Science & Business Analytics & MSc Econometrics - coordinator)
Leading People Strategically (Big data MBA - coordinator)
Data Driven Management (Honours programme Data Driven Management of the MSCBA - coordinator)
BSc, MSc, and MBA theses
My personal motivation for participating in the Recognition & Rewards committee
Recognition and rewards falls within my research field, so I was really happy to join the committee. It is really interesting to both study strategic HRM, and at the same time use this knowledge and put it in practice at UvA.
High on my Recognition & Rewards priority list
I think a lot of issues are highly intertwined, but here are a few things that I find important: I would like to see that different profiles and talents will be recognized at UvA. Also, how to effectively recognize and reward people and achieving the results that we find important, while at the same time taking into account their wellbeing is high on my list.