Henk van Rhee , MSc

Henk van Rhee

PhD Candidate
Rotterdam School of Management (RSM)
Erasmus University Rotterdam

Profile

Henk van Rhee is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Technology and Operations Management at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM). His research focusses on work environments, how to combine and optimize employee well-being and business performance, and the role of the government in this. He holds an MSc in Management of Innovation and an MSc in Human Resource Management, both from RSM.

Professional experience

PhD Candidate

Erasmus University Rotterdam
RSM - Rotterdam School of Management
Department of Technology and Operations Management

Publications

Scholarly Publications (14)

  • J. Dul, J.S. Breet & H.J. van Rhee (2018). Necessary Condition Analysis (NCA): Logic, Theory, Methodology, and Applications. 78th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management: Chicago, IL (2018, augustus 10 - 2018, augustus 14).
  • H.J. van Rhee & J. Dul (2018). Filling the Black-Box of HR: Unraveling the AMO Model and Elevating it to the Organizational Level. 78th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management: Chicago, IL (2018, augustus 10 - 2018, augustus 14).
  • S. Hauff, M. Guerci, J. Dul & H.J. van Rhee (2017). Is high performance without high performance work practices possible? – A necessary condition analysis. 17th Annual Conference of the European Academy of Management: Glasgow (2017, juni 20 - 2017, juni 23).
  • S. Hauff, M. Guerci, J. Dul & H.J. van Rhee (2017). Is High Performance Without High Performance Work Practices Possible? – A Necessary Condition Analysis. 10th Biennial International Conference of the Dutch HRM Network: Nijmegen, The Netherlands (2017, november 9 - 2017, november 10).
  • H.J. van Rhee & J. Dul (2017). The Limiting-Factor Theory: AMO-factors Individually Necessary and Jointly Sufficient for Behavior. 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management: Atlanta, GA (2017, augustus 4 - 2017, augustus 8).
  • R. Suurmond, H.J. van Rhee & T. Hak (2017). Introduction, comparison, and validation of Meta-Essentials: A free and simple tool for meta-analysis. Research Synthesis Methods, 8 (4), 537-553. doi: 10.1002/jrsm.1260
  • H.J. van Rhee, S.J.W. Robroek, J. Dul & A. Burdorf (2016). Effects of (de)regulation of the work environment on 1) business performance, and 2) the work-environment: A qualitative systematic review. 4th International Conference Wellbeing at Work: Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2016, mei 29 - 2016, juni 1).
  • T. Hak, H.J. van Rhee & R. Suurmond (2016). How to interpret results of meta-analysis. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Erasmus Rotterdam Institute of Management
  • H.J. van Rhee & R. Suurmond (2015). Meta-analyze dichotomous data: Do the calculations with Log Odds Ratios and report Risk Ratios or Risk Differences. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Erasmus Research Institute of Management
  • H.J. van Rhee, R. Suurmond & T. Hak (2015). User manual for Meta-Essentials: Workbooks for meta-analyses (Version 1.0). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Erasmus Research Institute of Management
  • H.J. van Rhee, R. Suurmond & T. Hak (2015). Meta-Essentials: Workbooks for meta-analysis. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Erasmus Research Institute of Management
  • R. Suurmond & H.J. van Rhee (2014). Meta-analysis of binary data in Odds Ratios, reporting in Risk Ratio / Risk Difference. Second Workshop on Synthesizing Complex Statistical Models: Cologne, Germany (2014, maart 24 - 2014, maart 24).
  • R. Suurmond & H.J. van Rhee (2014). Tools for simple meta-analysis. Second Workshop on Synthesizing Complex Statistical Models: Cologne, Germany (2014, maart 24 - 2014, maart 24).
  • J. Dul, M. Scheffers, M. Stienstra & H.J. van Rhee (2014). Performance and innovative behavior of employees: Development and application of a measurement tool for workplace research. 11th International Symposium on Human Factors in Organisational Design and Management & 46th Annual Nordic Ergonomics Society Conference (ODAM-NES 2014): Copenhagen, Denmark (2014, augustus 17 - 2014, augustus 20).