On 1 September 2018, Paul Boselie will take up the position as Head of Utrecht University School of Governance (USG). ‘I want to work with the new board to join forces with our students, alumni, the faculty, the university as a whole and our partners in the Netherlands and abroad in identifying a new “USG project”, something for us to work towards – a new way for us to be a trailblazer,’ Paul says. ‘There’s so much potential and quality in our community. I’m very excited, and I’m confident that we’ll be able to achieve great things.’
Paul Boselie is a professor at the Utrecht University School of Governance (focusing, in particular, on issues faced by public-service organisations). He has taught at Utrecht University since 2009; since 2012, he has also been research director at the School of Governance. He holds the chair in Management Studies, is the co-founder of the UU focus area Professional Performance and a member of the Utrecht University advisory committee on research, as well as being closely involved in the Future of Work hub that falls under the auspices of the strategic theme ‘Institutions for Open Societies’.
In addition, Paul is involved in various joint ventures with the UMCU, including joint PhD projects relating to implementation, quality and safety. He is also on the board of the Dutch HRM Network, serves as Associate Editor of the International Journal of HRM, and is a member of various editorial boards in the field of management and human source management.