Staff

Prof.dr. C.P.M. Wilderom

Title: C.P.M. Wilderom, prof.dr. - Description: D:\Profiles\weertsc\Desktop\Wilderom.jpgChair in Change Management & Organizational Behavior
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Email: c.p.m.wilderom@utwente.nl

Celeste P.M. Wilderom is a Ph.D.-holder in Psychology: State Universi­ty of New York (USA, 1987) and full professor in ‘Change Management and Organizational Behavior’ (International Business Administration: University Twente, Enschede, the Netherlands). Her management research focuses on organizational/team leadership, change and culture, aimed at examining predictors of high effectiveness: at the levels of (high-tech) work teams, projects and/or individual employees. She is advising numerous Dutch and foreign PhD (MSc & BSc.) students; one of which received the ‘Best Dissertation’ award, Academy of Management, Public-Sector Division. Another PhD student of hers received in 2010 the annual Best Dissertation award of the International Leadership Association. In 2015, the paper she co-authored with her PhD-student, Desiree van Dun, won the Best-paper award of the Operations-Management division of the Academy of Management.

Prof. Wilderom is one of the three editors/co-authors of the award-winning 1st edition of the Handbook of Organizational Culture and Climate (2000, Sage). A completely revised 2nd edition has been published, also by Sage Publishers (650 pages: 2011). A study on the productive role of high emotional intelligence of managers is published in the Journal of Organizational Behavior (2015), and another one in The Leadership Quarterly (2011); another, on charismatic leadership and organizational cultures appeared in 2012: an outgrowth of the Leadership Lab which she initiated and heads. In this Lab the latest video-analytical technology is being used for refining and extending Transformational leadership theory. Prof. Wilderom and her students regularly present research results at leading international Management conferences (e.g., Academy of Management, EGOS, EURAM). Her studies have appeared in Organization Science; Journal of Organizational Behavior; Accounting, Organization and Society; European Journal of Information Systems; Applied Psychology, etc. Various other studies were published in her native Dutch language: http://www.utwente.nl/mb/ba/staff/wilderom/ e.g., on performance measurement at the work floor; on effectively managing budget cuts in large municipalities; and on the behaviors of highly effective Dutch CIOs, mayors and middle managers. In 2002 she initiated within the annual EGOS meetings, the standing-work group on ‘Professional Service Organizations and Knowledge-intensive Work’ (EGOS=European Group of Organization Studies) (till 2013). Her research was carried out in cooperation with the (g)local Grolsch beer brewery and with various other firms and public-sector organizations. Wilderom has been a long-time senior associate editor of the British Journal of Management (BJM). Moreover, she is now serving on various editorial boards, including for instance the Journal of Management Inquiry, Group & Organization Management, The Leadership Quarterly, Journal of Professions and Organization, Journal of Strategy and Management, BJM, Journal of Strategy and Management, etc.; Previously, she was also Associate Editor of both the Academy of Management Executive (now ‘Perspectives’) and the Journal of Service Management.

CURRENT POSITION

2000 – now | Full Professor, Change Management & Organizational Behavior, International Business Administration, University Twente

2012 | Nominated as ‘Best Female Manager of the Year’ of Twente

PREVIOUS POSITIONS

1993 – 2000 | Full Professor, Department Strategy & Organization, Faculty of Economics, University of Tilburg, Tilburg, the Netherlands (incl. a 1999 summer sabbatical in Cambridge University, The Judge Institute of Management Studies, UK)

1990 – 1993 | Associate Professor, Department Head, Business Administrati­on Research Unit, Economic and Social Institute (ESI), Faculty of Economics and Econometrics, Free University, Amsterdam (incl. a one-year in-house NIAS-fellowship, Wassenaar the Netherlands)

1988 – 1990 | Assistant Professor, Department Management and Organization, Faculty of Economics and Econometrics, Free University Amsterdam, the Netherlands

CURRENT RESEARCH FOCI

  • Effective Leadership (Behaviors)
  • Organizational Change/Culture
  • Team Dynamics
  • Change and Service Management

JOURNAL EDITORSHIPS, etc.

Senior Associate Editor British Journal of Management: 2004-2013 Collaborating Editors-in-chief: Mustafa Ozbilgin, Brunel Business School; prof.dr. Gerald Hodgkinson, University of Leeds & prof.dr. Rolf van Dick, Univ. of Frankfurt.

Initiator/Chair: EGOS’ Standing Workgroup Professional Service Firms & Professionalization at Work (From 2003-2006 with Royston Greenwood, University of Alberta, Canada. From 2007- 2013 with prof.dr. Huseyin Leblebici, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, USA; prof.dr. Juani Swart (University of Bath); and prof.dr. Natalia Nikolova, University of Technology, Sydney (EGOS=European Group of Organization Studies).

Editorial Board Member (International) Journal of Service (Industry) Management (From 1997- 2005: Associate Editor) Editors-in-chief I worked with prof.dr. Bo Edvardsson, Service Research Center, Sweden & prof.dr. Jos Lemmink, University of Maastricht.

Editorial Board Member: The Leadership Quarterly (since 2014); International Journal of Management Practice (since 2003); (Australian) Journal of Management & Organization (since 2005), Journal of Management Inquiry (since 2007); International Journal of Management Studies & Research (since 2008); Journal of Strategy and Management (since its inception in 2008); Group & Organization Management (since 2011); Journal of Professions and Organization (Oxford Univ. Press).

Associate Editor: Academy of Management Executive (later ‘Perspectives’): 2002-2005 with prof. dr. Bob Ford.

(Dutch) National Science Foundation, Member various evaluation committees Economie & Bedrijfskunde (Ec.& Business Admin.): since 2009. And, since 2012, member + chair evaluation panels, Portuguese Science Foundation.

Chair of the Annual Prize for the Best paper in Dutch Business Administration: Association of Dutch Consulting Firms (ROA); and the Annual ‘SeederDeBoer Prize’ for the best BSc-Thesis in Business Administration, University Twente.

Advisory Board Member:

  1. Nationaal Fonds Kinderhulp, Deventer
  2. Stichting het Wageler, Enschede
  3. Annual Marina van Damme Prize for an Excelling Alumna of the University of Twente (2005-2013)
  4. Academic Council, Twente School of Management (TSM) Enschede
  5. Estinea, Aalten, the Netherlands.

Member Ethics Adjudication Committee, Academy of Management. Chair: Denise Rousseau, Start: Fall 2015

PUBLICATIONS

2015

  • From manager’s emotional intelligence to objective store performance: Through store cohesiveness and sales-directed employee behavior Journal of Organizational Behavior 36, 825-844 Co-authors Sylvia Hur, Uco Wiersma, Peter van den Berg & Jaehoon Lee
  • High job performance through co-developing performance measures with employees. Human Resource Management (in press) Co-authors Bianca Groen & Marc Wouters
  • Governing highly performing lean team behaviors: A mixed-methods longitudinal study Best Papers Proceedings of the Annual Academy of Management Meetings. Co-author Desiree van Dun. Awarded as the Best (dissertation-based) paper of the year: AoM Division ‘Operations Management’ Vancouver
  • Effective leader behaviors in regularly held staff meetings: Surveyed vs. video-taped and –coded observations. In J.A. Allen, N.Lehman-Willenbrock & S. G. Rogelberg (Eds.) The Cambridge Handbook of Meeting Science Cambridge University Press: Chapter 17, 381-412. Co-author Marcella Hoogeboom

2014

  • Education and employment: Stumbling across boundaries in the Netherlands. Chapter 14 In J. O’Flynn, D. Blackman, & J. Halligan (Eds.) Crossing Boundaries in Public Management and Policy: The International Experience (229-244) Co-authors Esther Klaster & Dennis R. Muntslag
  • Embodied mind knowledge in leadership practice: Creating space in patterned thoughts and behaviors Journal of Management Inquiry 23, 3, 231-241Co-authors Amaranta Karssiens, Claartje van der Linden & Elfi Furtmueller
  • Feeling responsible versus acting responsibly: Contributions of a leadership programme Journal of Management Development 32, 8, 914-928 Co-authors Amaranta Karssiens & Claartje van der Linden (= one of the most downloaded papers of this journal in this year)

2013

  • Gemeentelijke bezuinigingen: Burgers en medewerkers spelen daarin kennelijk geen rol. Openbaar Bestuur, 23, 5, mei, 2-7 Co-author Hayo C. Baarspul
  • Localizing versus standardizing electronic human resource management: Complexities and tensions between HRM and IT departments European Journal of International Management 7, 14, 413-431 Co-authors Mary Tate & Elfi Furtmueller
  • Using Grounded Theory as a method for rigorously reviewing literature European Journal of Information Systems 22, 1, 45-55 Co-authors Joost Wolfswinkel & Elfi Furtmueller (IPF: 1,5)

2012

  • Why do employees take more initiatives to improve their performance after co-developing performance measures? A field study Management Accounting Research 23, 2, 120-141 Co-authors Bianca A C Groen & Marc J F Wouters (IPF: 1,333)
  • A longitudinal study of the effects of charismatic leadership and organizational culture on objective and perceived corporate performance The Leadership Quarterly 23, 5, 835-848 Co-authors Peter van den Berg & Uco Wiersma (IPF: 2,705)
  • Participatory performance measurement in a Vietnamese professional service firm International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management 61, 8, 839-862 Co-authors Bianca A.C. Groen & Mirthe van de Belt
  • Professional and institutional morality: Building ethics programmes on the dual loyality of academic professionals Ethics and Education 7, 1, 91-109 Co-authors Andre Nijhof & Marlies Oost
  • Challenges to the implementation of fiscal sustainability measures Journal of Organizational Change Management 25, 4, 612-629 Co-authors Michel Ehrenhard & Dennis Muntslag (IPF: 0,744)
  • Failed culture change aimed at more service provision: A test of three agentic factors Journal of Organizational Change Management 25, 3, 364-391 Co-author Petra Jorritsma (IPF: 0,744)
  • Van bedrag naar gedrag: Bezuinig gemeenten, door continue te leren verbeteren! M&O Tijdschrift voor
  • Management en Organisatie 66, jan/febr, 21-45 Co-author Hayo Baarspul
  • Sustainable e-recruiting portals. Book chapter In: Human Interaction with Technology for Working, Communicating and Learning: Advancements (p 66-86) Mesquita, A (ed.) Information Science Reference: Hershey, PA, USA. Co-authors Elfi Furtmueller & Rolf van Dick
  • Human dynamics and enablers of effective Lean team cultures and climates. Invited, peer-reviewed chapter for the Annual (Wiley-Blackwell) Book Series: International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology 27, 115-152 Co-author Desiree van Dun

2011

  • Agentic factors explaining failing culture change aimed at more service provision. Selected to be the (5%!) Best Papers: Proceedings of the Annual Academy of Management Meetings, August 12-16, in San Antonio, Texas co- author Petra Jorritsma
  • Do employees behave differently in public- vs. private-sector organizations? A state-of-the-art review Public Management Review 13, 7, 967-1002 Co-author Hayo Baarspul (IPF: 0.923)
  • Transformational leadership as a mediator between emotional intelligence and team outcomes The Leadership Quarterly 22, 4, 591-603 Co-authors Sylvia Hur & Peter van den Berg (IPF: 2,705)
  • The Handbook of Organizational Culture and Climate Sage: Thousand Oaks; CA, 2nd completely revised Ed. Co-authors N M Ashkanasy & M F Peterson. Responsible for 10 of the 33 chapters and 3 parts: ‘Introduction to The Handbook of Organizational Culture and Climate, Second Edition’ (p 3-10); ‘Part II Toward Positive Work Cultures and Climates’ (p 77-84); and ‘Part III State-of-the-Art-Reviews on Social-Organizational Processes’ (p 181-187)
  • Vrouwen en allochtonen naar de politietop M&O Tijdschrift voor Management en Organisatie 65, 3, 35-59 Co-authors Kim Gerrits & Ellen van Oost
  • Leren van presteren op de werkvloer via zelfontwikkelde prestatie-indicatoren M&O Tijdschrift voor Management en Organisatie 65, 5 sept/okt, 60-79 Co-authors Marianne Gravesteijn, Frank Evers & Martijn Molenveld
  • Kwaliteit als een functie van de samenwerking tussen medisch specialisten en managers in Nederlandse ziekenhuizen M&O Tijdschrift voor Management en Organisatie 65, 6, 60-79 Co-authors Hanneke Klopper-Kes, Andrew Vincent, Nienke Meerdink, Sabine Siesling & Wim van Harten
  • Hoe betrek je medewerkers bij prestatiemeting? www.logistiek.nl 27 June Co-authors Bianca Groen & Marc Wouters
  • Service behaviors of highly committed financial consultants Journal of Service Management 22, 3, 317-343. Co-authors Elfi Furtmueller & Rolf van Dick (IPF: 1,218)
  • Young IT professionals preferred recruiting modes in the contemporary economy European Journal of Management 11, 1, 1-19 Co-authors Elfi Furtmueller & Premilla Rao
  • Managing recruitment and selection in the digital age: E-HRM and resumes Human Systems Management 30, 4, 243-259 Co-authors Elfi Furtmueller & Mary Tate
  • On the illusion of organizational commitment among finance professionals Team Performance Management 5, 6, 255-278 Co-authors Elfi Furtmueller & Rolf van Dick
  • Behavioral dynamics in high-performing continuous improvement teams. In 18th International EurOMA Conference: Exploring Interfaces. Book of Abstracts, p. 64. Cambridge: University of Cambridge Co-authors Desiree van Dun, Tim van Eck & Mark van Vuuren
  • Effective cooperation influencing performance: A study in Dutch hospitals International Journal for Quality in Health Care 23, 1, 94-99 Co-authors Hanneke Klopper, Nienke Meerdink & Wim van Harten (IPF: 1,958)

2010

  • Reflecting on e-recruiting research using Grounded Theory. In Proceedings of the 18th European Conference on Information Systems June 7-9, Pretoria, S-Africa. Co-authors Joost Wolfswinkel & Elfi Furtmueller. A later version of the paper was conference-presented: International Conference of Information Systems, AIS Special Interest Group on Grounded Theory Methodology, Shanghai, China, Dec. 4-7
  • Gegeven de duale loyaliteit van wetenschappers aan universiteiten: Combineer professiegebonden en institutionele ethiek Tijdschrift voor Hoger Onderwijs 28, 2, 62-82 Co-authors Andre Nijhof & Marlies Oost
  • Quantifying culture gaps between physicians and managers in Dutch hospitals: A survey BMC Health Services Research 10, 86-95 Co-authors Hanneke Klopper, Sabine Siesling, Nienke Meerdink & Wim van Harten (IPF: 1,660)
  • Professionals’ balancing of customer and firm interests: On finance professionals’ foci of commitment. In V Vladman (Ed.) Talent Management of Knowledge Employees: Embracing The Non-Traditional Workforce (p. 163-179) UK: Palgrave MacMillan Co-authors Elfi Furtmueller & Rolf van Dick
  • Sustainable e-recruiting portals: How to motivate applicants to stay connected throughout their careers? International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction 6, 3, 1-20 Co-authors Elfi Furtmueller & Rolf van Dick
  • Online resumes: Optimizing design to service recruiters In Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Open Source Systems. Heidelberg: Springer Publication. Co-authors Elfi Furtmueller & Ronald Mueller. Another paper of the study was presented as “Online Resumes: Optimizing Design to Service Recruiters” Proceedings of the European Conference on Information Systems June 7-9, 2010, Pretoria, South Africa

2009

  • What if we shifted the basis of consulting from Knowledge to Knowing? Management Learning 40, 3, 289-310 Co-authors Jeff Hicks & Padmakumar Nair
  • Beter team functioneren door emotionele intelligentie? Management Executive: Visie & Tools 5, Sept/Okt 46-49 Co-authors Hayo Baarspul & Sylvia Hur
  • Leidinggeven vanuit verbeelding en overvloed: Een perspectief op resultaatgericht leiderschap M&O:Tijdschrift voor Management en Organisatie 63, 5, 58-76 Sept/Okt Co-authors Amaranta Karssiens, Claartje van der Linden & Wessel Ganzevoort
  • Verantwoordelijkheid voelen versus verantwoordelijkheid nemen: De bijdrage van een leiderschapstraject in een penitentiaire inrichting Co-authors Amaranta Karssiens & Claartje van der Linden (pp. 151-167). In: Cultuurverandering: Mythe en Realiteit, Praktijken, Verhalen en Reflecties (SIOO-congres proceedings). Rob v. Es, Jaap Boonstra & Heleen Tours (eds.) Deventer: Kluwer ISBN 9789013067125. Study presented in Vienna: Management Consulting Division’s conference of the Academy of Management: 11-13 June, as well as at the Academy of Management meetings, Montreal, 2010. ‘The Winner of the Copenhagen Business School Award for Outstanding Field Report Paper on Management Consulting
  • Continue prestatieverbetering via geregisseerd zelfmanagement Holland Management Review 127, 36-43 Co-authors Frank Evers & Inge Overkamp
  • Stereotypical images between physicians and managers in hospitals Journal of Health, Organization and Management 23, 2, 216-224 Co-authors Hanneke Klopper, Nienke Meerdink & Wim van Harten
  • Prestatiemeting op de werkvloer van Grolsch: Een participatieve aanpak Management Executive 7, 1, Jan./Febr. 34-38 Co-authors Tinka Stertefeld & Marc Wouters
  • Vergadergedrag van effectieve CIO’s Holland Management Review 123, 1-9 Co-authors Izzet Turkdemir & Jos van Hillegersberg
  • Exploring the behavior of highly effective CIOs using video analysis. Americas Conference on Information Systems Proceedings, San Francisco, August, p. 1-9 Co-authors Komal Gupta & Jos van Hillegersberg
  • Utilizing the lead user method for promoting innovation in e-recruiting In: Handbook of Research on E-Transformation and Human Resources Management Technologies T.V. Bondarouk, H.J.M. Ruel, E. Oiry & K. Guideroni-Jourdan (eds.): 251-273. Hershey (NY): Information Science Research

2008

  • Vergadergedrag van effectieve CIO’s. Handboek Effectief Opleiden, Supplement #48/133, 1-18 Co-authors Izzet Turkdemir & Jos van Hillegersberg (Reed Elsevier)
  • Strategically crafting a customer-focused culture: An inductive case study Journal of Strategy and Management 1, 2, 143-167 Co-authors Robert Ford & John Caparella
  • Introduction to the Journal of Organizational Behavior’s special issue on professional service firms: Where Organization Theory and Organizational Behavior might meet Journal of Organizational Behavior 29, 989-994 Co-authors Roy Suddaby & Royston Greenwood
  • Transforming exchange-based job boards into lasting career communities In Fleitjer, D. et al. Business Information Systems Proceedings 109-116, ISBN 978-83-916842-5-2 Co-authors Elfi Ettinger & Rolf van Dick
  • Service innovation in sustainable recruiting platforms: Optimizing user involvement. In Telematica Institute’s Book De 1ste Nederlandse Diensteninnovatie Workshop, Chapter 5, 14 p. Co-authors Elfi Ettinger & Tom Kent

2007

  • Balanced leadership, professionalism, and team trust predict positive attitudes towards performance measurement. Full paper presented to AOM’s Organizational Behavior division & Selected as Best 2007 paper In George T. Solomon (Ed.) Best Paper Proceedings of the Sixty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (CD), ISSN 1543-8643 Co-authors M J F Wouters & J van Brussel
  • Grolsch breidt prestatiemeting uit: Medewerkers ontwikkelen KPIs op maat. Inkoop & Logistiek 9, pp. 12-19 Co-authors Marc Wouters & Tinka Stertefeld
  • Werknemers Grolsch meten eigen prestaties i.s.m. Jan Ruesink Tubantia Enschede 19 juli, p. 1 & 3
  • Professional identity as the key to career change intention Career Development International 12(7) 584-595 Co-authors Khapova S N, Arthur, M B & Svensson J S This paper was chosen by the editorial board as one of the three “highly commended papers” published in the previous 12 months.
  • The subjective career in the knowledge economy (pp. 114-130) In H Gunz & M Peiperl (Eds.) Handbook of Career Studies Los Angeles, CA: Sage. Acknowledged by a Book Review in the Academy of Management Perspectives, 2007 (21, 1, pp. 88) as one of the Best chapters in the book. Co-authors Khapova, S. N. & Arthur, M.B.
  • Leadership and cultures of Lithuanian and Dutch construction firms. Construction Engineering and Management 133, november, 900-911 Co-authors Renata Ozorovskaja & Johannes T. Voordijk
  • Managing employee empowerment in luxury Hotels in Europe International Journal of Service Industry Management 18,1, 70-88 Co-authors A Klidas & P T van den Berg. This paper was chosen by the editorial board as one of the three “highly commended papers from the previous 12 months”
  • Culture and leadership in a flat country: The case of the Netherlands (pp. 215-250). In J S Chhokar, F C Brodbeck & R J House (eds.) Culture and leadership across the world; The GLOBE book of in-depth studies of 25 societies. ISBN 0-8058-5997-7 Co-authors H Thierry, D N den Hartog & P L Koopman

2006

  • Cultural and leadership predictors of corporate social responsibility values of top management: A GLOBE study of 15 countries, Journal of International Business Studies 37, 6, 823-837 Co-authors Waldman, D A, De Luque M S, Washburn N, House R J, Adetoun B, Barrasa A, Bobina M, and others
  • Twenty practices of an entrepreneurial university Higher Education Management and Policy 18, 3,1-18 Co-authors A N Gjerding, S P B Cameron K-J Scheunert & A Taylor
  • Murata Chemicals: A Case Study. In D L Lester & J A Parnell (eds.) Organization Theory: A Strategic Perspective (pp. 269-274) Mason, Ohio: Atomic Dog (ISBN 1592602592) Co-authors J Hicks & P Nair
  • Gedrag van effectieve midden managers in grote Nederlandse organisaties: Een video-observatiestudie. M&O: Tijdschrift voor Management en Organisatie 60, 5, 35-54 Co-author J van der Weide
  • Computer-based career support. In J H Greenhaus & G A Callanan (eds.) Encyclopedia of Career Development. Los Angeles: Sage publishers Co-author S N Khapova
  • Usage of Internet-based career support. In M Anandarajan, T S H Teo & C A Simmers (eds.) The Internet and workplace transformation: Advances in Management Information Systems, 7 (pp. 162-176). Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe (ISBN 0-7656-1445-6) Co-authors S N Khapova, J S Svensson & M B Arthur

2005

  • Career success in a boundaryless career world. Journal of Organizational Behavior 26, 2, 77-202 Co-authors M B Arthur & S N Khapova
  • Cross-border transfer of knowledge: Cultural lessons from project GLOBE Academy of Management Executive 19, 2, 59-76 Co-authors M Javidan G K Stahl & F Brodbeck
  • Leader motives, charismatic leadership, and subordinates’ work attitude in the profit and voluntary sector The Leadership Quarterly 16, 17-38 Co-authors A H B de Hoogh D N den Hartog P L Koopman H Thierry P T van den Berg & J G van der Weide
  • Cultural conflict within Civil-Military cooperation: A case study in Bosnia. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 13, 1 (Spring) 54-69 Co-authors T A Scheltinga S J H Rietjens & S J de Boer
  • Defining, measuring, and comparing organisational cultures Applied Psychology: An International Review 53, 4, 570-582 Co-author P T van den Berg

2004

  • Deromancing leadership: What are the behaviors of highly effective middle managers? International Journal of Management Practice 1, 1, 3-20 Co-author J G van der Weide
  • Raising private-investment funds for museums. International Journal of Arts Management 6, 3, 50-59 Co-authors T van der Burg & W Dolfsma
  • Charismatic leadership, environmental dynamism, and performance. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 13, 447-471 Co-authors A H B de Hoogh, D N den Hartog, P L Koopman, H Thierry, P T van den Berg & J G van der Weide (This paper got the Journal’s ‘Best Paper Award’ for the year.)
  • Culture, leadership, and organizations: The Globe study of 62 societies R J House, P J Hanges, M Javidan, P W Dorfman & V Gupta (eds.): Wilderom=One of the “Major Globe Collaborators” Thousand Oaks: Sage

2003

  • Cultuur in de Polder: Resultaten van het Nederlandse deel van het GLOBE-onderzoek naar cultuur en leiderschap M&O: Tijdschrift voor Management en Organisatie 57, 2, 17-30 Co-authors H Thierry P L Koopman & D N den Hartog
  • Leiderschap in de polder: Resultaten van het Nederlandse deel van het GLOBE-onderzoek naar cultuur en leiderschap M&O: Tijdschrift voor Management en Organisatie 57, 2, 31-46 Co-authors P L Koopman D N den Hartog & H Thierry

2001

  • How to reach reorganizations (een kanteling) in Dutch hospitals: An organizational-literature perspective (in Dutch) ZM: Ziekenhuis Magazine 4, April, 23-27 Co-author J Niederer
  • Dutch managers on transformational leadership and culture Polish Journal of Applied Psychology 1, 1, 63-82 Co-authors H Thierry D N den Hartog & P L Koopman
  • Leadership behavior of highly effective middle managers. Proceedings British Ac. of Man. Conference Sept. 5-7, Cardiff Univ. UK, ISBN 0953730109 CD-Rom Co-author J G van der Weide

2000

  • Handbook of Organizational Culture & Climate, Sage: Thousand Oaks; CA., USA ISDN#: 0-7619-1602-4. Co-editors N M Ashkanasy & M F Peterson. Book consisting of 30 chapters. Wrote the Introductory chapter (pp 1-18, Co-authors N M Ashkansy & M F Peterson), plus another chapter: ‘Organizational culture as a predictor of organizational performance’ (pp 193-209, Co-authors U Glunk & R Maslowski). Nominated for the Terry Book Award & Selected as an ‘Outstanding Academic Title’ of 2000 by Choice Magazine, Association of College and Research Libraries, of the American Library Association. In 2004 a paperback version is published also by Sage.
  • Cultural variation of leadership prototypes across 22 European countries Journal of Occupational and Organisational Psychology, 73, 1-29 Co-authors F C Brodbeck & M Frese et al

1999

  • National culture and leadership profiles in Europe: Some results from the GLOBE study European Journal of Work & Organisational Psychology 8, 503-520 Co-authors P L Koopman D N den Hartog & E Konrad et al
  • Culture-specific and cross-culturally generalizable implicit leadership theories: Are attributes of charismatic/ transformational leadership universally endorsed? The Leadership Quarterly 10, 2 219-256 Co-authors D N den Hartog R J House P J Hanges & S A Ruiz-Quintanilla et al.
  • Cultural influences on leaders­hip and organizations: Project GLOBE. One of many authors. Co-authors R J House P J Hanges S A Ruiz-Quintanilla P W Dorfman M Javidan M W Dickson & V Gupta et al. In W H Mobley M J Gessner & V Arnold (eds.) Advances in Global Leadership 1 (171-233) Stamford, CN: JAI Press
  • Organizational effectiveness=Corporate performance? Book chapter in M P e Cunha & C A Marques (eds.) Readings in Organization Science: Organizational Change in a Changing Context: 155-181 Lisbon: ISPA Co-author U Glunk

1998

  • Internationalisation of Dutch accounting firms The European Accounting Review 7, 4, 697-707 Co-authors
  • H Post & S Douma (This paper was The Most Cited Paper in this journal’s volume.)
  • A test of the leadership-culture-performance model within a large Dutch financial organization Best Paper Proceedings (=Best 10% of all submitted papers) Academy of Management Annual Conference, Steve Havlovic (ed.) San Diego August, pp. OMT: B1-OMT B5 Co-author P T van den Berg
  • Kaizen and culture: On the transferability of Japanese suggestion systems International Business Review 7, 1, 7-22 Co-author R Recht
  • Preface: Latin America's dual re-integration (Guest-editor of a special issue of) In­ternational Studies of Management & Organizati­on (Special issue's title: Latin American Mana­gement Styles & Issues), Summer, 28, 2, 3-17 Co-author R Recht. Same paper also in Spanish: Busqueda 9,13, 1999, 43-60, Cochabamba, Bolivia
  • Predictors of organizational performance in small and medium-sized profes­sional service firms International Journal of Technology Management 16, no’s 1/2/3, 23-36 (=Proceedings of the McMaster Business Conferen­ce: Creating the High Performance Organization through innovation, People and Technology, January 22-24, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) Co-author U Glunk

1997

  • Dutch and polish perceptions of leadership and national culture: the GLOBE project European Journal of Work & Organizational Psychology 6, 4, 389-415. Special issue on 'European Leadership' Co-authors D N den Hartog P L Koopman H Thierry J Maczynski & S J Jarmuz

1997

  • Cross-cultural perceptions of leadership: A comparison of leadership and societal and organizational culture in Poland and Holland Polish Psychological Bulletin 28, 3, 255-267 Co-authors D N den Hartog J Maczynski S J Motowidlo S J Jarmuz P L Koopman & H Thierry
  • Outstanding leadership in the Netherlands. In F Avallone J Arnold & K de Witte Special issue: ‘Feelings at work in Europe,’ Quaderni di Psicologica del Lavoro 5, 151-158 Co-authors D N den Hartog P L Koopman & H Thierry
  • Opwaartse communicatie van divisie naar (internationaal) hoofdkantoor M & O: Tijdschrift voor Organisatie­kunde en Sociaal Beleid 51, april/mei, 7-22 Co-author J Stoop
  • Effectieve opwaartse beïnvloeding Toppers: Top-Down 3, 1, 16-19 Co-author J Stoop
  • Climate change and the social sciences: Global and regional issues. In M Chatterji Regional science perspectives for the future, 81-196. London: Macmillan and St. Martin's Press. Co-author P Nijkamp ISBN: 0-312-15930-7

1996

  • The Netherlands in the 21st century: High-quality management of private, nonprofit organizations. International Journal of Public Sector Manage­ment 9, 7, 60-71 Co-author C Joldersma
  • European Management as a construct. Preface of Special Issue International Studies of Management & Organization entitled ‘European Management?’ 26, 3, 3-12 Co-authors U Glunk & G Inzerelli
  • Finding the key to the German style of management International Studies of Management & Organiza­tion 26, 3, 93-108 Co-authors U Glunk & R Ogilvie

1995

  • Sustainable development: The hidden foot and the Social Sciences. Co-author P Nijkamp. NIAS Under Tall Trees, A Tribute to Dirk van de Kaa, Book chapter p 54-57 NIAS Wassenaar

1994

  • Assessing nonprofit organizations effectiveness. Co-author E Press In: The Best in Management Worldwide: Proceedings of the Second Confe­rence of the International Federation of Scholarly Associations of Management (IFSAM) L R Jauch & R N Osborn (eds.) 38-39
  • Successful nonprofit services in the 21th century: From semi-public institutions to societal entrepeneuring Co-author C Joldersma. In P A Verheyen (ed.) Economic Approaches to Nonprofit Organizations. Deventer: Kluwer Bedrijfswetenschappen (in Dutch) Chapter 17, 215-229 + Co-author of Epilogue of book (with C Joldersma & P A Verheyen) 231-238 ISBN# 90-267-2029-7

1993

  • What distinguishes successful female manag­ers from their male counterparts? In J G M de Bruijn L D Derksen & C M J Hoeberichts (eds.) The women's movement: History and theory: 97-111 Aldershot Avebury Press: Co-author A Pastor ISBN#1-85628-500-6

1992

  • Guest Editor of a special edition of the International Journal of Service Industry Management. Title: Leadership as a Service 3, 2, 3-4
  • What the service world needs now: Leadership lessons from the eighties to the nineties International Journal of Service Industry Management 3, 2, 45-57 Co-author N Keller
  • Zo rekent U af met rivaliteit. Dagelijks Beleid: Tips en Adviezen Voor Uw Werk 11, 10, 1-4 Co-author K IJland
  • Carrièretips voor ambitieuze vrouwen. Dagelijks Beleid: Tips en Adviezen Voor Uw Werk 11, 5, 4-7 Co-author K Ijland
  • Services for the elderly in Europe: A cross-national comparative analysis Journal of Aging & Social Policy 4, 1 & 2, 149-175 Co-authors P Nijkamp & A Vollering
  • Residential and community services for the elderly in the EC-countries with special reference to the Danish situation Scandinavian Housing & Plan­ning Research 9, 1, 47-52 Co-author G Gottschalk

1991

  • Defining voluntary groups and agencies within Organization Science Organization Science 2, 4, 366-378 Co-author J B Miner
  • Effectiviteitsmeting in de publieke sector: Is standaardisatie en uitbeste­ding gewenst? Maandblad voor Accountancy en Bedrijfseconomie 65, 9, 418-425 Co-author P Nijkamp
  • Service management/leadership: Different from management/leadership in industrial organizations? The International Journal of Service Industry Manage­ment 2, 1, 6-14. Also in: Proceedings of the First International Research Seminar in Service Manage­ment 1990, Institut D'Aministration Des Entreprises, Aix-en-Provence 752-768: Leadership-Management in service-sector organizations: Does this differ from industrial organizations?
  • Leiderschap=Medewerkerschap Vrouw en Bedrijf 6, 4, 12-13
  • Military science for modern companies (in Dutch) Tijdschrift voor Marke­ting 25, 10 October, 50-56 Co-author A Blits
  • Innovative service provision for the elderly: A European perspective Government & Policy: Environ­ment and Planning C 9, 267-279 Co-authors P Nijkamp & S Rosdorff
  • The Economics of Care of the Elderly. Edited book in the series Socio-economic studies: Avebury-Gower Publishing House England ISBN 1-85628-196-5 Co-author J Pacolet (221 pgs.)
  • Proceedings of a seminar on national diversity and European trends in services for the elderly. European Commission & Vlaamse Executieve, Brussel. One of the six editors and contributors. This volume is translated into French (185 pgs.) ISBN 90-71712-16-8 and 90-71712-39-7

1990

  • Management consulting in The Netherlands: Professional issues and pros­pects Consultation: An International Journal 9, 1, 51-62
  • The problem of translation in cross cultural research: An exploratory study of work values in the PRC. News from EFPPA (= European Federa­ti­on of Professional Psychologists Association) 4, 3, 42-47 Co-authors R G Hunt J R Meindl R Pillai & Y Kai-cheng
  • Transinformationeel leiderschap in dienstverlenende organisaties Gedrag en Organisatie 3, 5, 344-357
  • Towards a more clientfriendly faculty library (in Dutch) Economisch Bulle­tin 21, 8, 14-17 Co-author Y Adrian
  • Services for the Elderly in Europe: Final Report of A Cross-National Compa­ra­tive Study. European Commission Brussels. Co-authors P Nijkamp J Pacolet H Spinnenwijn A Vollering & S Winters. In 1991 2nd ed Volume is translated into French and Italian p 377. ISBN 90-71712-15-X
  • Correlates of entering medical students attitudes toward geriatrics Edu­cational Gerontology: An International Bimonthly Journal 16, 5, 429-445, E Calkins D Perkins E Press J Tebes A Cryns L Nichols & F Schimpfhau­ser

1989

  • Economics students on international aspects of their curriculum (in Dutch) Economisch Bulletin 21, 4, 6-9
  • Management students and nonprofits? No thanks! (in Dutch) Econo­misch Bulletin 21, 2, 18-20 Co-author M Fiolet
  • Reward allocation norms of employees in the People's Republic of China Proceedings of the Third International Conference of the Eastern Academy of Management June 11-15 Hong Kong 50-54
  • Employee values related to rewards in modern China Procee­dings of the Third Internatio­nal Conference of the Eastern Academy of Management June 11-15 Hong Kong 55-59
  • Female-friendly management. Book Review (Dutch) Bedrijfskunde: Tijd­schrift v Modern Management 61, 2, 188-189
  • Continuing education needs in geriatrics/gerontology: Specifying occupational and organizational attributes of service professionals Educational Gerontolo­gy: An International Bimonthly Journal 15, 1, 81-101

1988

  • Innovative knowledge utilization through information transfer: A new rela­tionship between libraries and user organizations Knowledge in Society: An International Journal of Knowledge Transfer 1, 3, 57-68
  • In control of emotions when losing control of motions: Communi­ty support for Parkinsonians National Parkinson's Foundation Newslet­ter, Miami Florida USA 1, 1, 3-4

1985

  • Authoritarianism/Dogmatism as a function of age: A relevant yet forgot­ten area of research The High School Journal 68, 4, 424-428 Co-author A G Cryns

1981

  • Information-Explosion: The impact of computerization on the Social Scien­ces Automatiserings­gids 15, 27, July, 5-9 Co-author H Koppelaar

PARTICIPATION IN PhD COMMITTEES

2015

  • Appreciative inquiry makes research future forming, J.W. Otte, fac. of Soc. Sciences, University of Tilburg
  • Leadership, organizational culture, knowledge productivity and value creation in four successful Korean companies. S. J. Kang, fac. BMS, University Twente

2013

  • Exploring space: Effects of environmental stimuli on self-disclosure, Vanessa Okken, University Twente
  • Teachers’ learning and innovating together, Nanda Lodders, University Twente

2012

  • Innovation and development activities in professional service firms: A role structure perspective, Tiina Tuominen, Aalto University, Finland
  • Information technology (IT) managers’ contribution to IT agility in organizations: Views from the field, Tommi Tapanainen, Turku School of Economics, Turku University, Finland
  • PhD Thesis, Marco Plasier, Nyenrode Business Universiteit, the Netherlands (Professional Services Institute)

2011

  • Waiting experience at train stations, Mark van Hagen, Cum Laude PhD thesis, University Twente, Enschede

2010

  • PhD Thesis Eric Meyer, University Twente
  • PhD Thesis Moses Muhwezi, Horizontal purchasing collaboration in developing countries: Behavioral issues in public units in Uganda Faculty Management & Governance, University Twente
  • Impression management in consultancy: Behavior tendencies, processes, and effectiveness, Sara Safay, Department of Organization Univ. Maastricht

2007

  • PhD thesis Remco Schimmel, Veranderkundige interventies bij ERP-implementaties: Veranderen als collectief leerproces, University Twente
  • Organizational cynicism: On the nature, antecedents, and consequences of employee cynicism toward the employing organization, Fons Naus, University of Maastricht
  • Strategic human resource management for competitive advantage: A study on selected software companies, External examiner, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, India
  • Making pictures in front of a mirror: A cognitive perspective on reflection in learning Inge Damen University of Tilburg
  • Culture and personality: Comparing Romania and the Netherlands. Rudi Kunzler, University of Tilburg
  • Leiderschap en motivatie: Wat drijft en beweegt de topmanagers in Nederlandse organisaties? Ber Damen, University of Amsterdam

2006

  • Organizational culture and psychological climate as predictors of employee performance and organizational effectiveness, Soumendu Biswas, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India

2003

  • On the effectiveness of 360-degrees performance feedback, Dept. of Education, University of Twente
  • Various studies in decision-making. Elisa Moreno-Bregado, Fac. Business, Public Administration & Technology, University of Twente
  • Effective decision making in the high-tech service innovation process, Allard v. Riel, Faculty of Economics Dept. Marketing & Market Research. University of Maastricht

2002

  • The role of organisational politics in the implementation of information systems: Three cases in a hospital context. Karen I. Fehse, Faculty Technology & Management, University of Twente
  • Close encounters of various kinds: Empirical studies of customer-firm interactions. Willemijn M. v. Dolen, Faculty of Economics Department Marketing & Market Research University of Maastricht
  • Innovation in the financial service sector. P. Vermeulen, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands

2001

  • Employee empowerment in the European hotel industry: Meaning, process and cultural relativity. A. Klidas Faculty of Social Sciences Tilburg University
  • The greening of organizations: Environmental management and performance evaluation in the Dutch dairy industry. Anniek Mauser, Institute for Environmental Management, University of Amsterdam
  • Improving police performance: An analysis of the influence of inter-organizational tuning between the police and the public prosecution on police productivity in the Netherlands. Marsha de Vries, Dept. of Public Administration & Public Policy, University of Twente
  • School culture and school performance. Ralf Masloswski, Dept. of Education, University of Twente
  • Product-oriented environmental management: A study of capability-building, stakeholder orientation and continuous improvement regarding products’ environmental characteristics in firms. Frank de Bakker, Fac. Technology & Management, University of Twente
  • A conversation on gender. Women and men working in international organizations: Using research as a catalyst to address the issue of women. M Blair Faculty of Social Sciences, Tilburg University
  • Cross-country differences in economic governance: Culture as a major explanatory factor. R Semenov (supervised by prof. Pieter Ruys) Faculty of Economics Tilburg University

1998

  • Determinants of product innovation in organizations: Practices and performance in the Portuguese financial sector Miguel Pina e Cunha, Dept. of Marketing, Faculty of Economics Tilburg University

1997

  • Service quality expectations: Assessment and management Henk Roest, Dept. of Marketing, Fac. of Economics Tilburg University
  • OD and HRM in R&D management. Veronique Timmerhuis, Faculty of Social Sciences Tilburg University
  • Managerial behavior and effectiveness: Personal and situational factors, measurement, and gender differences. Claartje Vinkenburg Faculty of Economics, Free University, Amsterdam

1996

  • On learning organizational change (in Dutch) Leon de Caluwé Faculty of Social Sciences, Tilburg University
  • Organization culture, leadership and performance in context: Trust and rationality in organizati­ons Bas Koene, Faculty of Economics, Limburg University

1995

  • Management of merger and integration: The forming of the ABN AMRO Bank (in Dutch) Mike M Nawas, Faculty of Economics, Tilburg University
  • Multinationalization of large Dutch service firms Pieter Jagersma, Faculty of Economics, Tilburg University

MAJOR PRESENTATIONS/REPORTS

2015

  • Integrating two leadership models: Augmentation effects with initiating structure Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Vancouver, Aug., Co-author Marcella Hoogeboom
  • Governing highly performing Lean team behaviors: A mixed-methods longitudinal study Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Vancouver, Aug., Co-author Desiree van Dun
  • Employee participation, performance metrics, incentives, and job performance: An empirical study based on self-determination theory. University of Turku. Co-authors Bianca Groen & Marc Wouters
  • Developing enabling performance indicators in an organisation with high employee turnover: Longitudinal action research in a call centre. Accounting Section Research Seminar, University of Amsterdam Co-authors Bianca Groen & Marc Wouters
  • Participative change towards continuous improvement within service departments of a Dutch municipality, XVII IRSPM Conference Birmingham, Panel Title: Public Sector Innovation Co-author Marianne Gravesteijn

2014

  • Leader values, followers’ information sharing, and team effectiveness: Advancing lean team cultures. Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Philadelphia, Aug., Co-author Desiree van Dun
  • Discussant of the Symposium entitled: Comparing different culture models in predicting employee job satisfaction and turnover intentions. International Congress of Applied Psychology (ICAP), July, Paris

2013

  • New leader-behavioral insights due to a video-analytical approach to task monitoring, information sharing and gender differences. Invited keynote speech, University of Braunschweig, Dept. of Psychology, 20-22 Augustus
  • Behaviors of highly effective versus moderately effective female and male leaders in and beyond staff meetings: Do assertive behaviors still reign? EURAM, Istanbul, 28th of June, 11-12.30u, within the SIG Plenary ‘Gender, Race and Diversity in Organizations’ Co-authors Nicole Katier & Joke Nijhuis
  • Participative change towards continuous improvement while digitalizing internal services of a Dutch municipality. IRSPM Conference: Prague, Czech Republic Co-authors Gravesteijn, M.E. & Van Veen, L.
  • The complexities of implementing global HRM systems: A case study on the subsidiary perspective Academy of Management Annual Meetings, Orlando, USA, Aug., 12 Co-authors Tate, M. & Furtmueller, E.

2012

  • High job performance through co-developing performance measures with employees. European Academy of Management Conference, Rotterdam Co-authors Bianca Groen & Marc Wouters
  • Continuous improvement behaviors of work teams: On developing and validating a team-level survey. Paper presented at the 4th World Conference Production & Operations Management, Amsterdam, July, 2-4. Co-authors Van Dun, D. H., Overbeek, I., & Van Vuuren, M.
  • Human dynamics of effective lean team cultures and climates. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, MA, United States of America. Co-author Van Dun, D.H.
  • Behaviors in effective lean teams: Video-analysis of three prototypical work situations. Paper presented at the Annual Academy of Management Meetings, Boston, MA, USA Co-authors Van Dun, D.H. & Van Vuuren, M.
  • Leader values, followers' information sharing, and team effectiveness: Advancing lean team cultures. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA. Co-author Van Dun, D.H.
  • Increasing employee job performance through employee participation in the development of performance measures: On the role of PM quality and perceived control to perform. Annual European Academy of Management Conference (June 6-8) Rotterdam, the Netherlands Co-authors Groen, B.A.C.& Wouters, M.J.F.
  • How to increase employee performance with incentives after employees participated in the development of performance measures? European Academy of Management Conference (June 6-8) Erasmus University, Rotterdam, the Netherlands Co-authors Groen, B.A.C. & Wouters, M.J.F.
  • Team-learning dynamics during service delivery in a large Dutch municipality European Academy of Management Conference (June 6-8) Erasmus University, Rotterdam, the Netherlands Co-authors Gravesteijn M.E. & B.Tuenter
  • Video-study of effective leader behaviors in staff meetings: Refining the augmented transformational model, European Academy of Management Conference (June 6-8) Erasmus University, Rotterdam, the Netherlands Co-authors Hoogeboom, M. & J. Nijhuis
  • How to increase employee performance with incentives after employees participated in developing operational performance indicators? European Accounting Association Annual Congress, (May 9-11) Ljubljana Co-authors Groen, B.A.C., Wouters, M.J.F.

2011

  • Enabling performance measurement in a small professional service firm. Academy of Management Annual Meetings: San Antonio, Texas, USA Co-authors Bianca Groen & Mirthe van den Belt
  • Why do employees take more initiatives to improve their performance after co-developing performance measures? A field study. Ac. of Management Annual Meetings: San Antonio, Texas Co-authors Bianca Groen & Marc Wouters
  • Values, Practices and Overt Behaviour of High-Performing Continuous Improvement Teams. Paper presented at the European Operations Management Association Conference, Cambridge Co-authors Van Dun, D.H., Van Eck, T., Van Vuuren, M.
  • Leader Values, Style and Behavior in Meetings: Triangulated Evidence of Effective Leadership. Invited talk to the ‘International Research Seminar in Strategy and Organization of the Graduate School of Management’, St. Petersburg State University, St Petersburg, Russia 11th April
  • Recent developments in organizational culture and climate. Presentation in the Symposium entitled “Organizational Culture and Climate: Conceptual Connections and Future Research Directions” (sponsored by the following AOM divisions: OB/HRM & OMT). August, Annual Academy of Management Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, USA Co-authors Neal M. Ashkanasy & Mark F. Peterson
  • Recruiters and the dilemma of finding the right match in our flat world. Presentation of the paper at the Annual Academy of Management Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, USA, August, Co-authors Elfi Furtmueller & Mary Tate
  • Team learning through bottom-up development of team performance indicators. Presentation of the paper at the Annual Academy of Management Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, USA August 12th Co-authors B.A.C. Groen & F. Evers, M. Gravesteijn, M. Molenveld, M. Schopman & R. Veerbeek
  • Why do employees take more initiative if they develop their own performance measures? A field study Presentation of the paper at the Annual Academy of Management Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, USA August, Co-authors B.A.C. Groen & M.J.F. Wouters. The same paper was presented at the EURAM Annual conference, Talinn, Estonia (June 1-4)
  • Why do employees perform better if they participate in developing their own performance measures? A behavioral perspective Presentation of the paper at the EAWOP conference, Maastricht, the Netherlands (May 25-28). The same paper was presented at the 6th Conference on Performance Measurement and Management Control: Nice, France, September 5-7) Co-authors Bianca Groen & Marc Wouters
  • Leader values, style and behaviors in meetings: Triangulated evidence of effective leadership. Presentation of paper at the Annual Academy of Management Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, USA August, Co-authors A.M.G.M. Hoogeboom & J Nijhuis
  • Agentic factors explaining culture change aimed at more service provision Presentation of paper at the Annual Academy of Management Meetings, San Antonio, Texas, USA August, Co-author Petra Y. Jorritsma
  • The structuration of organizational change in a highly institutionalized field: Competing logics, practices and decision making. Annual EGOS Colloquium, Subtheme 7 “Institutional Logics” Co-authors Michel L. Ehrenhard & D.R. Muntslag
  • Traditional versus web 2.0 recruiting practices. International Academy of Business and Economics: Barcelona, Spain, June 3-5 Co-authors Elfi Furtmueller & Pramila Rao
  • How to rigorously review literature using Grounded Theory international conference of information systems, AIS Special Interest Group on Grounded Theory Methodology; Shanghai, China, Dec.4-7 Co-authors E Furtmueller & M. Tate & J. Wolfswinkel

2010

  • Employee behavior as a mediator between participatory performance measures and departmental performance: A field study in a maintenance department. AAA Management Accounting Section Meeting: Seattle, Washington, USA (January) & 33rd Annual Congress of European Accounting Association: Istanbul, Turkey (May) Co-authors Groen, B.A.C. & Wouters, M.J.F.
  • Implementing national policy at the local level: Assessing the effectiveness of local networks. Academy of Management Conference: Montreal, Canada (August). Klaster E, Muntslag D R, Ehrenhard, M L & Hicks, J N
  • Local policy implementation networks in the Dutch public sector: Exploring ways to assess network effectiveness 10th EURAM Conference Rome, Italy (May) Klaster, E, Muntslag, D R, Ehrenhard, M L & Hicks, J N
  • Reflecting on e-recruiting research using Grounded Theory. Proceedings of the European Conference on Information Systems, June 7-9, Pretoria, South Africa Co-authors E. Furtmueller & Joost Wolfswinkel
  • Online resumes: Optimizing design to service recruiters. Proceedings of the European Conference on Information Systems, June 7-9, Pretoria, South Africa Co-authors E. Furtmueller & Roland Mueller
  • What are the values and behaviors of effective lean leaders? Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Montréal, Canada. Co-authors Van Dun, D. H. & Hicks, J. N. (Best Student paper in the Operations Management division of the AOM)
  • How do leaders view their own lean team's behaviour? Paper presented at the Proceedings of the 17th International Annual European Operations Management Association (EurOMA), Porto, Portugal: Catholic University of Portugal. Co-author Van Dun, D.H.

2009

  • Transformational leadership as a mediator between emotional intelligence and team outcomes in a South-Korean public-sector organization. Accepted for presentation, Academy of Management Meetings, Chicago (Another version of this same study has been presented also at an invited chaired by symposium of Ben Schneider entitled Employee Engagement: Individual and Organizational Consequences” 14th European Congress of Work and Organizational Psychology, Santiago de Compostella, May) Co-authors Sylvia Hur & Peter van den Berg
  • Filming and surveying transformational behavior of Dutch primary school leaders, Accepted for presentation: Annual Academy of Management Meetings (August) & International Leadership Association (ILA, November, Prague) Co-authors Joke Nijhof & Peter van den Berg
  • Behavioral dynamics in public-policy implementation networks in the Netherlands. Paper presented at the Annual Colloquium of EGOS, Barcelona. Co-authors Esther Klaster & Dennis Muntslag
  • Enhancing departmental performance through enabling performance measurement: A clinical field study within the maintenance department of a firm’s bottling lines. Conference paper presented: 5th Conference on Performance Measurement and Management Control, Nice (Fr.) Co-authors Bianca A.C. Groen & Marc J.F. Wouters
  • Web recruiters service quality criteria: A content analysis. Proceedings of the International Conference on System Science Jan. 5-8, Hawaii Co-authors Elfi Furtmueller & Huub Ruel
  • study on Dutch e-recruiting services: Limitations and possibilities from the applicants’ perspective. Proceedings of the International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems, PRIS track, May 6-10, Milan Co-authors Elfi Furtmueller & Chris Jansen

2008

  • Emotional intelligence, transformational leadership and performance: Evidence and Challenges Reviewed In: Proceedings of the Tenth International Research Seminar in Service Management, La Londe les Maures, May 27-30, France, p. 534-557 Co-author Sylvia Young-Hee Hur
  • Augmented transformational leadership as a mediator between emotional intelligence and Team Outcomes in a South Korean Public-sector Organization Paper accepted and presented at the 22nd Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, December Co-author Sylvia Young-Hee Hur
  • Leadership styles, emotional intelligence and performance. Paper presented to the 16th International Conference on Emotions and Organizational Behavior, INSEAD, France, July 17-19, Co-author Sylvia Young-Hee Hur
  • Work values and behaviors of middle managers in Lean organizations: What does it take to sustain Lean? Paper presented at the 11th Biannual Internat. Conference of the International Society of Work and Organizational Values and Behavior: “Work Values and Social Responsibilities in a changing World: From Being Good to Doing Good” June 22-25 Co-authors Desirée H. van Dun, Jeff N. Hicks & Arjon J. P. van Lieshout
  • Exploring the gap between physicians and managers. Presentation at ISQUA, Copenhagen, October. A similar presentation at Egos, track Professional Services, July, Free University Amsterdam Hanneke Klopper
  • Transforming exchange-based job boards into lasting career communities, 11th Business Information Systems Conference: Social Aspects of the Web, Innsbruck, May 5-7 Co-authors Elfi Ettinger & Rolf van Dick
  • Innovating online career services: The role of user involvement, Association of Internet Researchers Conference, Internet Research 9.0: Rethinking Community, Rethinking Place, October 16-18, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Co-authors Elfi Ettinger, Rolf van Dick & Tom Kent
  • Innovations in e-Recruiting: Empirical findings on the Lead User Method, Annual Workshop on Open and User Innovation Harvard Business School, August 4-6 Co-author Elfi Ettinger
  • Tapping and mapping financial consultants’ high commitment behaviour. Presentation at the Academy of Management Meetings, Anaheim, CA, USA, August 10-13 Co-authors Elfi Ettinger & Rolf van Dick
  • Outcomes of professionals’ high commitment behavior in service contents, Annual Professional Service Conference, Saïd Business School, Oxford University, July 6-8 Co-authors Elfi Ettinger & Rolf van Dick
  • Service innovation in sustainable recruiting platforms: Optimizing user involvement. Telematica Institute, Utrecht, April 4, 1st Nederlandse Diensteninnovatie workshop. Co-authors Elfi Furtmueller & Tom Kent

2007

  • Balanced leadership, professionalism, and team trust predict positive attitudes towards performance measurement. Full paper presented to the Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Philadelphia Organizational Behavior division & Selected as Best 2007 paper. Co-authors M J F Wouters & J van Brussel
  • Dissolving the standoff between traditional bureaucracy and New Public Management. Presented as a part of the Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management. Philadelphia, Not-for-Profit division of the AOM

2006

  • Video-Observed Behaviors of Highly Effective Dutch Middle Managers in a Common Leadership Situation. Organization- Studies Conference in Mykonos, summer
  • Developmental Processes for Performance Measurement Systems: A Field Study. Conference on New Directions in Management Accounting: Innovations in Practice and Research: EIASM, Brussel. Co-author Marc Wouters
  • Situated Knowledge as the Basis for an Alternative Model for Management Consulting: Paper presented in the Management-Consulting division. In: Knowledge, Action and the Public Concern. Proceedings (CD-ROM) of the Academy of Management Annual Meetings, 11-16 August 2006, Atlanta, Georgia. Academy of Management Co-authors J Hicks & P Nair
  • Assessing the degree of culture gap between medical doctors and managers in Dutch hospitals Accepted conference contribution to the Annual Research Meetings, Seattle, US Academy of Health. Co-authors Hanneke Klopper & Wim van Harten
  • Changing municipalities in the Netherlands: What can we learn from changing professional service organizations? Co-auteur Marianne Gravesteijn. Paper presented at the annual EGOS conference, Bergen (July)

2005

  • The changing role of the expert in management consulting. Paper presented at the annual meeting of European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), Berlin. Co-authors J Hicks & P Nair
  • In Search of Effective Co-operation among Doctors and Managers in Dutch Hospitals: Contextual and Cultural Aspects. Paper presented at the annual meeting of European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), Berlin. Co- authors H Klopper & W van Harten
  • Boundaryless careers of IT professionals. Paper presented at the annual meeting of European Group for Organi-zational Studies (EGOS), Berlin “Different Forms of Careers”-track. Co-authors S N Khapova M B Arthur & J S Svensson
  • From critique to construction: An alternative to the expert model of management consulting. Paper presented during the annual meetings of the Academy of Management (=AOM), Honolulu, Hawaii Co-authors J Hicks & P Nair
  • Managing for Results within the Dutch Central Government: A Structurational Analysis based on Change Agents’ Views, Paper presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii: August 5-10. The same paper was presented at EGOS, Berlin. Co-authors M L Ehrenhard & D R Muntslag
  • Video-observed behaviors of highly effective Dutch middle managers. Part of the Monday-Leadership symposium entitled ‘Transformational leadership: From leader interventions to team outcomes.’ Sponsored by both the HRM and the Organization Behavior divisions: Academy of Management Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii: August 5-10. A similar presentation given at I.L.A. (International Leadership Association) held at the University of Amsterdam (Nov. 2nd), plus for the Bertelsmann Foundation in Munchen (1st of Sept.). A similar presentation was held for regionally located HRM-professionals in the context of the HRM-advisory-services firm called NCP (University of Twente, 8th of July) Co-author J G van der Weide
  • Designing and implementing performance indicators with horizontal client-advisor interaction. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii: August 5-10. This paper was presented in the Symposium ‘More Client-centered Consulting as a New Vision of Management Consulting in the 21st Century’ Co-author M J F Wouters (sponsored by both the Management Consulting & Organization Development divisions of the American Academy of Management). Wilderom initiated this Symposium, along with J. Hicks & P. Nair (both also affiliated with the Univ. of Twente) and N Nikolova (Australian Graduate School of Management: Centre for Corporate Change)

2004

  • AOM Symposium (self-initiated): E-Human services. Co-authors S N Khapova & M B Arthur New Orleans
  • Web-Based Career Support for IT Professionals. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Academy of Management as a part of the Showcase Symposium ‘IT Professionals, Careers and Organizational Learning’ 1-6 August, Seattle, Washington. Co-authors S N Khapova & M B Arthur
  • Web-Based Career Support: Two Longitudinal Field-Experiments. Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology as a part of the symposium ‘Research Innovations in Technology-Enhanced Employment Processes’ 10-12 April, Orlando, Florida. Co-authors S N Khapova & J Svensson

2003

  • Conference track chair and chairperson of the newly formed ‘Professional Behaviors in Organizations’ ‘standing Committee of EGOS (the European Group of Organisation Studies), together with Royston Greenwood, University of Alberta, Canada (July 2003: Copenhagen; July 2004: Ljubljana & July 2005: Berlin)

2002

  • Leadership behaviors of highly effective middle managers. Accepted presentation at the International Leadership Association’s annual conference, Seattle, USA, Co-author J G. v.d. Weide. Plus a presentation at the EIASM-Workshop on Leadership Research, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, December 16-17
  • Who are the gatekeepers of career success? Presentation in the symposium ‘Unpacking and reconceptualizing career success’. Annual Academy of Management Meetings, August, Denver, USA. Co-authors M B Arthur & S N Khapova
  • Charismatic leadership and performance. Paper presented at the IAAP conference, Singapore. Co-authors A H B de Hoogh D N den Hartog P L Koopman H Thierry P T van den Berg & J G van der Weide

2001

  • The effects of leadership, organizational culture, and political behavior on the quality of work environment. Paper presented at the tenth European Congress of Work and Organizational Psychology, Prague, May 16-19 Co-authors P T van den Berg & J A Oosterom
  • Speeding up Public-sector Organizations and Public-Private Comparative Research. Paper presented to the EGOS 17th Colloquium, Lyon, France, Subtheme ‘Bringing Public Organization Back In.’ And: Academy of Management, Washington DC, Theme; How Governments Matter
  • Initiator of a Symposium that was awarded ‘Showcase’ Symposium at the 2001 Academy of Management Meetings, Washington DC: ‘Moving Beyond the Handbook: Organizational Culture and Climate in the 21st century’ Title of own presentation is: On Operationalizing Organizational Culture. Co-authors P T van den Berg, U Glunk & R Maslowski

2000

  • Conference track chair ‘Leadership and Culture’ British Academy of Management Annual Conference, Sept. 9-11
  • CEO’s motives, leadership, culture and performance. Paper presented to the International conference ‘Comparing cultures: Dimensions of culture in a comparative perspective’ Co-authors A H B de Hoogh D N den Hartog P L Koopman H Thierry P T van den Berg & J G van der Weide Tilburg University

1998

  • A Test of the Leadership-Culture-Performance Model within a large Dutch Financial Organization. Paper presented at the Academy of Management Meetings, August, San Diego, August plus at the 24th International Congress of Applied Psychology, San Francisco, August
  • A leadership-culture performance model for managing organizations. Presented at the IAAP conference, San Francisco, August 10-14

1997

  • Leadership, Culture & Performance: An Organizational Study within a Dutch Bank + Kaizen and Culture: On the Transferability of Japanese Suggestion Systems. Two papers presented at the British Academy of Management Meetings, September, London. Conferen­ce proceedings, p 895-897

1996

  • Performance Predictors in Small and Medium-sized IT Service Firms. EGOS-biannual conference, Maastricht, the Netherlands, July, plus, Leadership Perceptions in Europe: A 21 Nations Study Based on the GLOBE project. Co-authors F Brodbeck M Frese & Other CCI’s of GLOBE
  • Organizational Effectiveness=Corporate Performance? Why and How Two Research Traditions Need to Be Merged. Research Memorandum FEW 715 Tilburg University Co-author U Glunk, 29 p and paper presented at the Annual Academy of Management Meetings, August Cincinnati
  • Requirements for good leadership at two levels. Poster, 25th International Congress of Psychology, Montreal, Canada. Co-authors P L Koopman, D N den Hartog, J J van Muijen & H Thierry
  • Co-Initator/Reviewer for the Workshop on Globalization: Assessing the Current Trends, Opportunities and Limits of Globalization, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM Brussel)
  • High-Quality Management of Private Nonprofits in the Netherlands in the 21st Century, International Research Symposi­um on Public Services Management Aston Business School U.K. 15 p

1995

  • Opening speech, TIAS-Nonprofit/Public Sector MBA, 1995/6 on Improving Service Organizations; Chairperson of afternoon confe­rence on Organizational Change (with prof.dr. R Quinn) Rabobank, the Netherlands; Chairperson, day-conference, Flexible Network Forms of Organization, Tilburg Univ.
  • Initiator and co-chair of Symposium on Organization Culture at the Annual Academy of Management Meetings: New Perspectives on Assessing and Using the Organization-Culture Construct in Organization Science. In that Symposium I gave a talk on New Ways of Measuring Organization Culture, Vancouver August. Co-author U Glunk
  • Clashing Orientations towards an Organization's Culture. Accepted paper for the bi-annual conference of EGOS (=the European Research Group on Organization Sociology) Istanbul July 24 p
  • Discussant on Organizational Culture and Communication, Workshop on Quality Management in Services, Tilburg U & EIASM Brussel May

1994

  • Organizational Effectiveness in an International Comparative Management Perspective. Co-author U Glunk EIASM-Workshop on Cross-cultural perspectives: Comparative Management and Organization Henley Management College UK 20 p
  • Discussant of the paper entitled Work Meanings: Their Structure and Stability by G W England & A R Quintanilla WORC-Symposium Values and Work - A Comparative Perspective Tilburg University November 9-12
  • Leadership and Culture (in Dutch) Co-authors P Koopman D den Hartog & H Thierry, Annual National Congress of Psychologists, Nijmegen, the Netherlands 20-21 October 1994 Assessing Nonprofit Organizations Effectiveness IFSAM Dallas August (also chairperson of the session Sustaining and Managing Culture & received a travel grant from the Dutch Royal Academy of Sciences) 25 p
  • Successful Dutch nonprofit services in the 21th century: From private/public institutions to societal entrepreneu­ring. Nonprofit Symposium organized by prof. Piet A Verheyen, Tilburg University, Tilburg March. Co-author C Joldersma

1993

  • Management in Germany, Presentation at the 19th Annual Conference of the European International Business Association Lisbon December. Co-author R Ogilvie, 20 p
  • Organizational Learning, Presentation, Dept. of Business Administration, Tilburg University May
  • Global Change, Climate and the Social Sciences: Consequences of the Hidden Foot Paper, Dept of Economics Free University Co-author P Nijkamp

1992

  • Organizational Typology: Superficial Foursome of Organization Science? Research Memorandum # 15, Fac. of Econom­ics and Econometrics, Free University. Co-authors J B Miner & A Pastor, 25 p
  • Toward Four Discrete Types of Organization Design and Culture, Annual Academy of Management Meetings August Las Vegas, 25 p
  • A Methodological Analysis of Dutch Research on Women and Manage­ment, Presentation at the Annual Academy of Manage­ment Meetings August Las Vegas, 22 p
  • Quality Predictors of the Vincent Van Gogh Museum, Paper accepted for pre­sentation, Psycholo­gy and the Arts, division of the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association Washing­ton DC August 14-18. This paper is based on the final project report. Co-author I van Rijn
  • European Training in Elderly Care for Nurse Aides: A Cross-National Compara­tive Study in the European Community. Final Report to DC III, European Commission. Co-author I v Rijn, p 87
  • The Grand Piano Transporter: Market Research. Report on a new, patented way of transporting grand pianos. ESI Free University Amsterdam. Co-authors K Ijland & I van Rijn, p 17

1991

  • Organizational Typology: Superficial Foursome of Organization Science? INSE­AD Fontainebleau European Research Perspectives on Organiza­tion Theory and Design 28-30 Nov. Co-authors J Miner & A Pastor
  • What is Good Leadership/Management in Service-sector Organizations? (partly in Dutch) Editor of the conference proceedings of talks addressing this question. Amsterdam, Economic and Social Institute, p 95
  • Innovating Services for the Aged." Invited address to the, International Meeting on Social Research and Ageing. Madrid Spain November. Co-authors T Fokkema & P Nijkamp
  • Innovative Service Provision for the Elderly: A European Perspective Research Memorandum no 89 Serie Research Memoranda, Faculty of Economics and Econometrics Free University Co-authors P Nijkamp & S Rosdorff
  • The Value of Social Science Research in Aging Policy: The Case of Recent­ly Published European Work in Gerontology. Input to the European Science Foun­dation on The Role To Be Played by the European Commission in the Field of the Social Sciences
  • Advice Regarding the Proposal for the Second Stage of the Chinese Enterprise Management Trainers Develop­ment Program CEMTDP/NUFFIC The Hague, 5 p
  • Visitors' Profile Vincent Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam Preliminary report on the basis of a representa­ti­ve survey. Co-author I van Rijn
  • Final Report on the New Pollution-Control Organization of the Free University. Co-authors K de Kruiff & F van de Woerd, 30 p

1990

  • Defining Voluntary Groups and Agencies Within Organization Science, Pre-publication Conferen­ce/OR­SA/TIMS Joint National Conference October 29-31 Phila­delphia. Co-author John B Miner
  • Management Consulting in The Netherlands: Professional Issues and Pros­pects. Academy of Manage­ment Annual Meetings San Francisco
  • Leadership Differences in Service vs. Industrial-Sector Labor. Netherlands Institute of Advanced Social Sciences and the Humanities (NIAS) Another version of the paper was presented at the Lunch Seminar of ESI and at the Sixth Annual Seminar on the Service Economy, Progress, May 13-15 Geneva, and at the First International Research Seminar on Service Management 5-8 June S-France
  • Services for the Elderly in Europe: A Cross-national Comparative Analysis, Research Memorandum #66 Faculty of Economics and Econometrics, Free University. Co-authors P Nijkamp & A Vollering
  • Cross-National Analysis of Services for the Elderly. Presented in the Retirement session, European Society for Population Economics. Co-authors P Nijkamp & A Vollering. Another version presented at Regional Science Association's Thirtieth European Congress 28-31 August Istanbul Also presented on a European Commission Seminar (in cooperation with the Flemish Executive) entitled Services for the Elderly in Europe
  • Discussant at the International Symposium on Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Organization Studies, NIAS, The Netherlands Comments on the paper of Jan Berting, A Multi-Level Perspective on the Relationships between Technology and Organization May 31-June 1
  • Success Predictors of Successful Male and Female Middle Managers. NIAS April Leadership Conferen­ce. Co-author A Pastor
  • Organizational Problems and Human Resources. Paper presented at the seminar organized by the Commission of the European Communities in cooperation with the Flemish Executive: Services for the Elderly in Europe. A second presentation at this conference: under the Program's rubric of Policy Discussion: Information Gathering and Research Policy. Also chairperson in two sessions
  • Adopters and Persuaders: Organizational and Environmental Factors Relating to the Time, Width and Depth of Personal Computer Adoption in The Netherlands, 2nd Conference on Managing the High Technology Firm: Strategic Leadership in High Technology Organizations, High Technology Manage­ment Research Center Jan. 10-12 Boulder Col. Co-author Gary Bamossy

1989

  • Porter's Theory on Competitive Nations for The Netherlands. Ninth Annual Strategic Management Society Conference October 11-14 San Francisco. Co-authors D Jacobs, J Lynch & W Zegveld (See com­ments on this paper by Reimann in Planning Review Nov/Dec 1989 34-35)
  • The Problem of Translation in Cross-Cultural Research: An Exploratory Study of Work Values in the PRC. Part of the Symposium entitled Work Values. First European Congress of Psychology, July 2-7 Amsterdam The Netherlands. Co-authors R G Hunt & J Meindl
  • How Integrative is the Current Field of Organization Studies? Position Paper for the NIAS-Workshop Current Issues in Organization Studies December 23-24 Wassenaar The Netherlands
  • Predictors of Management Students Interest in Nonprofit Sector Work: Dutch and American Samples Compared. 2nd Regional Conf. of the Intl. Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology June 27-July 1, Amsterdam
  • Reward Allocation Norms of Employees in the People's Republic of China The Third International Conference of the Eastern Academy of Management June 11-14 Hong Kong
  • Employee Values Related to Rewards in Modern China. Third Internation­al Conference of the Eastern Academy of Management June 11-14 Hong Kong
  • Management Consulting in The Netherlands: Its Problems and Prospects. Fifth Annual Seminar on the Service Economy May 29-31 Geneva

1988

  • Organization Behavior and other Disciplines: Extending our Influence. The Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference Los Angeles July 14-17

1987

  • Ph.D. Dissertation defense: A Multi-Constituency, Multi-Measure Approach to Organizational Effective­ness in Nonprofit Human Services for the Aged, Department of Psychology/Management, SUNY at Buffalo USA October 15
  • Culture and Language: The Case of Belgium and Switzerland. Paper read for Geert Hofstede as a part of the Symposium entitled Redefining Cross-National Comparisons: The Case for Subcultural Analysis at the Annual Academy of Management Meetings, New Orleans August 9-12

1986

  • A Path Analysis of Positive Stereotypes of the Aged and Disinterest in Geriatric Medicine. 39th Scientific Meeting of the Gerontolo­gical Society of America Chicago November 20-23

1985

  • An Educational Needs Assessment Among Geriatric Care Providers: Basic Fin­dings and Methodo­logical Strategies. Paper delivered at the 38th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America New Orleans November 22-26 Co-author A G Cryns
  • U.S. Health Care Professionals and their Attitudes and Behavior toward the Aged: Reflections upon a Meta-Analysis. Paper delivered at the Internatio­nal Congress of Gerontology, The 13th meeting of the International Associa­tion of Gerontology July 12-17 New York City. Co-author A G Cryns
  • Medical Student Attitudes toward the Aged: Some Correlates of Positive Atti­tudes. 35th conference of the National Council of Aging, April 21-24 San Francisco California. First Author. Co-authors E Calkins A G Cryns L Nichols F Schimpfhauser & J A Tebes

1984

  • Authoritarianism/Dogmatism as a Function of Age: A Relevant Yet Forgotten Area of Research. International Conference on Authoritaria­nism and Dogmatism, October 12-13 Potsdam NY USA
  • Competitive Behaviors of Men and Women: Is There A Difference ? Paper, American Psychological Association Annual Conference August 24-27 Toronto Ontario, Canada Co-authors B B Bunker D M Elgie & B Forcey

1979

  • Policy and Organizational Problems of Adult Education in the Netherlands, Paper presented to the Department of Andragogiek, University of Utrecht, the Netherlands (used as a Course Document)

1978

  • Reducing Problematic Aspects of Student Life, Presented at the Congress on the Social Position of the Student. Printed in the Bulletin of the National Network of Catholic Student Organizations. Special Edition on University's Social Policy Issues, Utrecht, the Neth­erlands

1977

  • American Origins of Dutch Community Psychology, Internal Presentation, Dept. of Andragogiek University of Utrecht the Netherlands
  • Recent Developments on Unifying Europe. Paper, Contacc (=Conference on the Atlantic Community for Representatives of Political Youth Organizations) Georgetown University Washington D.C.

OTHER CONFERENCES ATTENDED

1994 – now

  • Netherlands Center for Executives and Board members (NCD): Series of afternoon sessions on the Position of the directors and board member vis-a-vis the firm

1994

  • Cooperation as Survival Strategy, National Conference of the Economic and Social Institute (ESI), Free University, Amsterdam at the occasion of its 40th anniversary
  • Third National conference of Dutch organization-researchers (WESWA, Siswo), Univ. Twente, En­schede
  • Globe-conference, 75 Country Co-investigators, organized by prof.dr. Bob House, Calgary, Canada
  • 54th Annual Meetings of the Academy of Management, Dallas, August

1993

  • Ecozoekdag (Annual National conference on Economics and Business Adm.-research), Tilburg
  • Sociaal Wet. Raad, Brainstorm discussion in order to stimulate more multidiscipl. research in the Neth. on Global Change, KNAW, Amsterdam

1992

  • Netherlands Center for Executives and Board members (NCD): Amsterdam, plus a Membership of the ‘on-the-way-to-home’ NCD-seminar series Amsterdam
  • Workshops Research Methods division, Annual Academy of Man, Las Vegas

1991

  • Internat. Conf.: New Spatial Perspectives on Services: University of Lyon 1991 Dutch Representative at the Extraordinary General Founding Meeting European Community Centre for the Elderly, Strasbourg
  • The Older European Citizen in the 1990's, Brussel, European Commission

1989

  • Academy of Management Annual Conference & Junior Faculty and Theory Development Workshops, Organizational Behavior and the Organization and Management Theory Divisions, Washington D.C.

1988

  • Strategic Man. Society Annual Conf., Amsterdam, Chair of sessions: Doing Business With and In China/Human Resource Manage­ment
  • Eastern Psychological Association, Buffalo

1987

  • American Psychological Association Annual Conference, New York

1982

  • Producing Useful Knowledge for Organizations Conference Pittsburgh
  • Academy of Management Annual Conference, New York

GRANTS/PAID PROJECTS

2009 – 2011 | Various small projects for public-sector organization projects on leaderships and continuous improvement: Ministry of Defense & The Province of Overijssel (40.000 euro’s)

2000 – 2004 | Various EU grants (4x): 1,6 milj. Euro, on Career management, E-HRM and Knowledge-driven manufacturing, University of Twente

2002 – 2003 | Dutch National Science Foundation, the Netherlands, Highest rating (A) on two grant proposals on Leadership behaviors of very effective middle managers

1998 | Travel grant to present a paper at the Annual Academy of Management Meetings, San Diego, USA, Royal Academy of Sciences, the Netherlands (=KNAW): Dfl. 2200

1997 | Travel grant to present a paper at the Annual British Academy of Management, Royal Academy of Sciences, the Netherlands (=KNAW): Dfl. 1200

1995 | Organization-culture and leadership audit for one of the largest banks in the Netherlands, fl. 100.000

1993 – now | Country co-investigator on a research project on national & organizational culture and leadership.Directed by prof.dr. Robert House, Wharton School of Business Philadelphia USA

1992 | Travel grant to present two papers at the Annual Academy of Management Meetings, Royal Academy of Sciences, the Netherlands (=KNAW): Dfl. 3000

1990 – 1993 | Responsible for the acquisition and quality of work carried out by members of the Business Admin. Unit of the Ec.& Social Institute: Dfl. 500.000 a year, including fixed-grants or VF-participations. Example Clients: Dutch Ministry of Ec. Affairs; Unions; Nat. Professional Associations; Large firms Example Projects: 1) European Commission, Demand and Supply of Nursing and Allied Profes­sion­als in the Elderly Services Industry in the EC: 30.000 Euro; Vincent van Gogh Museum & Film Museum, A’dam. Repres. Visitors Studies: Dfl. 150.000; Marketing projects for profit firms and nonprofits: Dfl. 100.000

1990 – 1995 | University wide Research Stimulation Fund, Free University, Amsterdam. One four-year Graduate Assistantship for a dissertation study "Gender Differences in Middle Manage­ment Effectiveness" Dfl. 40.000 per year. Advisor on the dissertation committee

1990 |Author of the Approved VF-Grant named "Managing Service-Sector Organizations" in the context of the Dutch system of obtaining dedicated research time for departmental faculty (Vakgroep Bedrijfskun­de): 2,7 full-time equivalency per year for a five-year period

1990 | Design of and Data Collection with a Diagnostic Survey on the Internal communication within a major Dutch bank: Dfl. 26.000

1989 | Dutch National Science Foundation (=KNAW): Dfl. 5000 for a teaching seminar on Research Methods in Organization Science in Dalian and Shanghai, China. Due to the internal political problems in China, the actual teaching trip took place in the summer of 1991

1986 | Graduate Student Association, State University of New York (= SUNY) at Buffalo: $ 578

REMAINING PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ACTIVITIES

Since 2010 | Member Examination committee or Academic Council Twente School of Management (TSM)

Since 2009 | Member of the board, National Kinderhulp, Deventer. A nationwide charity for children in Dutch Youth Care

2005 | Jurylid van de Bekader-scriptieprijs, 2005 = The best TBK-thesisof the year, 2005, UT-faculty BBT

Since 2005 | Member of Prize-Awarding Committees: 1 Annual Prize for the Best Female Entrepreneur/Alumna of the UT, (the so called Marina v. Damme-prijs) & The Annual Prize for the Best Published Article written by Management Consultants, Awarded by the Dutch Association of Associated Consulting Firms (ROA)

2005 | Represented the University of Twente in the ECIU-Leadership Program, with a final presentation of our work in Aalborg Univ., Denmark, 26th of May. Final work-report is published: see list of Publications

2002 – 2008 | Advisory Board Member: NCP (=HRM-advisory-services firm, operating in N-East Netherlands, headquartered in Leeuwarden, Haren & Apeldoorn)

2000 | Member Audit/Visitation/Accreditation Committee Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School, Flemish Community/ Universities, Brussel

2003 | Member of the Jury, Best Paper Award, Public and Nonprofit Division, Academy of Management, USA, presiding Anthony Cresswell, University of Albany, NY, USA

2003 | Chairperson, Stress congress ‘Kracht van Kennis: De uitwisseling van competenties tussen overheid en onderneming’ University of Twente, 29 oktober

2003 – now | Associate Editor, British Journal of Management, Editor-in-Chief: Gerald Hodgkinson, Univ. of Leeds

2002 – 2005 | Associate Editor, Academy of Management Executive, Editor-in-Chief: Robert Ford, University of Central Florida, USA

1998 – 2002 | Member Editorial Board, Academy of Management Executive

2002 | Interview for ‘Management Team,’ Special issue on Leadership: ‘Coach? Welnee!’ March 8, no. 4, p. 38-43

2001 | Participation in the following local newspapers articles:

  1. Menno v. Duuren ‘De vraag is nog steeds hoe we leidinggevenden moeten trainen’ UT Nieuws, 29 maart
  2. Jan Ruesink ‘Er wordt slecht geluisterd naar de werkvloer’ (Serie Fusies & de werkvloer) Tubantia, 10 april
  3. Corinne v. Zuthem ‘Noaberschap op de werkvloer’ Tubantia, 12 juni
  4. Jan Ruesink ‘Nederlander te eigenwijs om leider te volgen’ Tubantia, 4 september

2001 | Chairperson, Congres: Human Capital in ICT: Taken, functies, competenties en salarissen, NGI (=Nederlands Genootschap voor Informatica), 8 Nov. Zeist

1999 | Visiting Professor, University of Cambridge, UK, The Judge Institute of Management Studies (4 summer months)

1999 | Interview with Omroep Brabant in regards to the promotion of female scholars in universities

1998 | Convenor, one of 25 workshops of EGOS conference, University of Maastricht, July, Co-convenor: Ursula Glunk

1998 | Interview with Prof.dr. Wilderom, Le Facteur, Student Newspaper, pg. 10, May, vol. 6 no. 2

1998 | Lecture in a Ph.D.-student course, Network Business Economics (LNBE), University of Groningen, March 6

1998 – 2000 | Member of Rotary, Tilburg-East

1998 – now | Jury member for the Best Paper Award, National Association of Dutch Consulting Firms (ROA)

1997-2000 | Executive teaching to part-time MBA-students, Organizational Change (TSM); Thesis guidance; Incompany training, University of Twente, Enschede, the Netherlands

1997 - 2002 | Jury/Selection committee, International 'Igor Ansoff-award' by PriceWaterhouseCoopers + University of Twente, the Netherlands

1997 – 1998 | Projectleader (2x): 'Quality & Studyability'-project, Fac. of Business Administration, Tilburg University

1997 – 2005 | Associate Editor International Journal of Service Industry Management MCB University/Emerald Press, UK

1997 | Member Search Committee for the Director of Membership of the Academy of Management, USA

1996 | Interview in Top-Down's membership magazine 'Toppers' (Association of students in Organization & Strategy, Tilburg University) vol 2 no 1 p 19

1996 – 2000 | Member 'Professorendispuut' Tilburg Universiteit

1996 – 1999 | Editorial Advisory Board Member for ‘Corporate Communications: An International Journal' MCB University Press England 

1995 – 2000 | Member, International Programs Committee, Academy of Management, USA

1994 – now | Reviewer: Academy of Management Journal; Annual Meetings (various divisions); Academy of Management Review, Journal of Management, Organisation Studies, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, international Journal Organisational Analysis + Ad hoc reviewer for publishers of book manuscripts/proposals: Financial Times Management; Pitman Publishing, etc.

1994 – now | Member of the National Network of Women Full Professors (representative of Tilburg Univ. & Twente Univ.)

1994 – 2000 | Member of the 'Auberge Club' (Thinktank of full professors, Tilburg Univ.)

1993 – 1997 | Boardmember (Commissaris) of a Home-health Org. (=Thuiszorg Midden-Brabant/3000 employees), Tilburg

1994 | Interviews: with KUB-ter Visie, February no 1 p 26-28 (journalist Clemens van Diek) and with Marie-Claire (journalist Lisette 't Hooft, May p 77-82) and Uni­vers (journa­list Paul v d Broek 22 Sept p 3)

1992 – now | Member, Dutch/Flemish & British Academy of Management; European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS) and of the NCD (=D­utch Organization of Executives and Board­members

1992 – 1994 | Committee member, Dutch-Flemish Academy of Management (=NVAM) Congresses ‘Intrapreneurship’ Free University, Amsterdam and 'International Management' Antwerp University, Belgium

1992 | Election as a Senior Fellow of TRACE, the Graduate Institute of the Tinbergen Institute Amsterdam

1992 | External member of selection committee, Associate Professor in Organization-sociology, Dept. of Sociology, University of Utrecht

1991 – 1993 | Member of the advisory board of the monthly magazine "Vrouw en Bedrijf"(=Woman and the Firm) Amsterdam

1991 – 1993 | Member of the Advisory Council (Raad van Toezicht) to the Board of an Amsterdam-based housing cooperative, Protestantse Woningbouwvereniging

1991 – 1993 | Initiator and organization of a Colloquium series for Business Administration colleagues at the Faculty of Economics and Econometrics, Free University

1991 | Leadership must learn how to listen to personnel and clients, Interview in Newspaper Trouw, 13 March, p 7 Journalist Peter van Lakerveld

1991 | Host and chairperson of a one-day national seminar: "Leadership in Service Organizations," ESI-Free University, Amsterdam, 14 March. Host and chairper­son of two seminars around prof. Robert House. Topics: "Metho­dological Issues of Leadership Research" (March 13) and "New Trends in Leadership Research" (March 15) NIAS Wassenaar

1990 – 1997 | Board member of the Ed. Advisory Council of the Internat. Journal of Service Industry Management, Robert Johnston, Editor-in-Chief, University of Warwick, UK. Since 1999: prof.dr. Jos Lemmink, University of Maastricht

1990 – 1997 | European Liaison of the American Academy of Management's Membership Committee

1988 – 1992 | Research Associate in Organizational Behavior, Department of Organizations & Human Resources, School of Management, Buffalo NY 14260 USA

1988 – 1994 | Manuscript reviewer: Annual Academy of Management Mee­tings; Knowledge in Society: An International Journal of Knowledge Transfer; the International Conferences of the Eastern Academy of Management; Gedrag en Organisatie; International Journal of Service Industry Management, etc.

1989 – 1990 | Fellow of NIAS (Netherlands Institute of Social Sciences and the Humanities), Wassenaar, In-residence. Nucleus "Organization­ Studies"

1987 | Faculty-of-the-Month of SUNY, Buffalo's School of Management. The Alpha Kappa Chapter of the International Fraternity Delta Sigma Pi

AMERICAN EDUCATION

1987 | Ph.D., Dissertation Title: A Multi-Constituency, Multi-Measure Approach to Organizational Effectiveness in Nonprofit Human Services for the Aged, Department of Psychology, SUNY at Buffalo, USA
Prelim-Thesis Title: Conditions for Innovative Behavior in Voluntary vs. Non-Voluntary Organizations:
A Literature Analysis. Advisors Dr. Murray Levine Dr. Raymond G. Hunt Dr. Frank Baker

1984 | Master Degree Department of Psychology SUNY at Buffalo, USA
Major: Social, Personality and Organizational Psychology
Masters-Thesis Title: Intra-organizational Conflict: A Literature Review
Advisors Dr. Barbara B. Bunker and Dr. Dean Pruitt

Graduate coursework in Advanced Social Psychology (2x); Experimental Research Methodology; Field Research Methods; Advanced Statistics; Multivariate Statistics; Social Conflicts, Sex Roles and Differences; Childhood Learning and Motivation; Behavioral Genetics; Program Evaluation; Organizational Consulting plus various graduate credits in the Schools of Management, Social Work, and Sociology, SUNY at Buffalo, USA

EUROPEAN EDUCATION

1981 | Master (= Doctoraal/Drs.) Degree, University of Utrecht, the Netherlands.

Major: Andragogiek (= Social Work, including Communi­ty Out­reach, Adult Education, Human Services and Career Counsel­ing). Thesis Title: Organizational Problems of Human Service Agencies.

Graduate courses in: Social Science Research Methodology; System, Group and Communication Theories; Andragogiek; Adult Education; Career Counselling; Supervision; Psychotherapy; National and Local Social Work Policies and Law; Organizational Sociology; Organization Development and Consultation (the latter two courses were taken at the Dept. of Sociology with Prof. Cornelius Lammers, University of Leiden, the Netherlands)

1978 | Kandidaats (= Pre-Bachelor) Degree, University of Utrecht the Netherlands Major field of study: Andragogiek, incl. Statistics, Philosophy, Psychology, and Sociology. Thesis Title: An Analysis of The European Community Information Policy

1974 | High School Degree: Atheneum A incl. Economics, Accounting & Mathematics

AMERICAN RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

1985 – 1986 | Graduate Assistant to the Directors of the Multidisciplinary Center for the Study of Aging, SUNY-Buffalo USA. Duties included: Writing of Literature Reviews for Grants and Related Reports; Supervision of Data- Management; Computerized Data-Analyses on Cyber, IBM, Vax/SPSSX, SAS, LISREL, MULTIVARIANCE, MAPS, LOTUS & dBASE

1984 | Research Assistant to the Western New York Geriatric Education Center, Buffalo, NY USA

1985 | Department of Medicine, SUNY at Buffalo. Design of Survey Samples and Questionnaires; Program Design and Evaluation; Coordinator of a Six-Year Attitudinal Research Study; Computerwork

1983 | Research Assistant in Pilot Studies on Role Perceptions of Policemen. Prof.dr. Raymond G. Hunt, School of Management, SUNY at Buffalo

1983 | Research Assistant to a project on Determinants of Health Care Utilization. Principal Investigator: Dr. Banwari Mittal, Marketing Program, School of Management, SUNY at Buffalo

1982 | Independent Study: Critical Review of the Job Characteristic Model of Task Design Literature. Prof.dr. Cynthia Fukami, Organization Behavior Program, School of Management, SUNY at Buffalo

1982 | Graduate Assistant, Information Transfer from Public Libraries to Organizati­ons. Conducted with Prof.dr. Mark van de Vall, Dept. of Sociology, SUNY, Buffalo and University of Leiden, the Netherlands

1982 | Independent Study Worker on the Design of a Lab. Experiment Assessing Need for Achieve­ment, Gender, and Effects of Encouragement on Performance, Prof.dr. Joel Raynor, Social, Personality and Organizatio­nal Psychology, Department of Psychology, SUNY at Buffalo

1981 – 1983 | Graduate Assistant: Designing, Piloting, Running, and Analyzing a Same Sex/Mixed-Sex Experiment on Competitive Work Behaviors. Conducted in conjunction with Dr. Barbara B. Bunker, Social, Personality and Org. Psychology, Department of Psychology, SUNY, Buffalo

PRE-DOCTORAL EUROPEAN RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

1979 – 1982 | Student Member of the Departmental Research Committee, Department of Andragogiek, University of Utrecht the Netherlands

1981 | Research Assistant to ‘Information Explosion and the Social Sciences’ Dept. of Psycholo­gy, University of Utrecht the Netherlands

1978 | Interviewer in a project on Educational Consciousness of Young Dutch Farmers, Dept. of Andragogiek, University of Utrecht the Netherlands

1981 | Research Assistant to ‘Information Explosion and the Social Sciences’ Dept. of Psycholo­gy, University of Utrecht the Netherlands

AMERICAN TEACHING EXPERIENCE

1986 – 1988 | Part-Time Lecturer: School of Management, SUNY, Buffalo. Courses: Power and Influence in Organizations and Organizational Behavior: Participant of the Faculty Teaching Effectiveness Pro­gram

1986 – 1987 | Clinical Assistant Professor: School of Social Work, SUNY at Buffalo. Social Research Methods & Org. Psychology (emphasizing Service Organizations and HRM), day and evening classes

1985 | Teaching of Organization Behavior classes for Prof. Mark Bonacci, School of Management, SUNY at Buffalo, USA

1982 | Teaching Assistant to Dr. Dean Pruitt, Social, Personality and Organizational Psychology Department of Psychology SUNY at Buffalo. Duties included: Redesigning Course and Part-Time Lecturing

PRE-DOCTORAL TEACHING EXPERIENCE IN EUROPE

1981 | Redesigning and Teaching of a graduate course on Organization Theory, Department of Sociale Pedagogiek, University of Utrecht the Netherlands

1979 | Teaching an undergraduate course: Policy and Organization Analysis of Human Services, Andragogiek Depart­ment, University of Utrecht the Netherlands

1982 | Teaching Assistant to Dr. Dean Pruitt, Social, Personality and Organizational Psychology Department of Psychology SUNY at Buffalo. Duties included: Redesigning Course and Part-Time Lecturing

PRE-DOCTORAL AMERICAN WORK EXPERIENCE

1987 – 1988 | Organizational Consultant to the executive director and staff of People, Inc., a state funded agency for the developmentally disabled, 800 employ­ees, Buffalo; The Erie County Support Group of Parkinsonians; and the Center for Manage­ment Development/Regional Economic Assistance Center

1986 – 1985 | Data-Analytical Consultant to students and faculty members of SUNY's School of Nursing, Dentistry and Medicine, and to the Department of Educational Organization, Administra­tion and Policy

1982 | Organizational Consultant: Survey of and "Retreat" Intervention for the staff of the Buffalo Chapter of the American Red Cross. Under Supervision of Dr. Barbara B. Bunker; Chairper­son of the Board of National Training Laboratories, Bethel, Maine

1982 | Workshop Leader: Career Dilemmas for a group of administrative workers at SUNY-Buffalo, and Stress Management for middle managers of a local bank. In cooperation with Dr. Barbara B. Bunker

1982 | Assistant Consultant, Erie County Dept. of Social Services (summer)

PRE-DOCTORAL EUROPEAN WORK EXPERIENCE

1980 | Assistant Consultant at a Dutch Organizational Consultancy Firm: Nederlandse Organisatie Kring. Involved in: Labor Union Reorganizations, City Police Precincts, Organizational Develop­ment in a Psychiatric Hospital, Internal Consultancy Teams, Urban Planning Project. A one year paid internship, Utrecht the Netherlands

1979 | Initiator and Forum Participant/Chairperson, Congress on the Social Position of the Dutch Student University of Utrecht the Netherlands

1978 – 1979 | Vice-President of the Nonprofit Student Club Veritas (1000 members)

A one-year full-time position after having done such voluntary tasks as working on festivals introducti­on and external affairs committees and being a camp leader for three years, Utrecht The Netherlands (incl. member of the board of the Radboud Stichting)

1977 | Counselor of the Career Services Section of the Information and Referral Center (= MAIC) in the City of Utrecht. A three-month internship

1976 | Organization and Discussion Leader of an Extracurricular Seminar Series on European Politics with Dutch European Parliamentarians, Utrecht, the Netherlands

1975 | Tour Hostess in Austria (summer months)

MAIN COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES, PRE-DOCTORAL

1979 – 1980 | Student Clubs' Representative in the governing board of the Radboud Stichting = National fundraising agency for student and other charity activities, 's Hertogen­bosch the Netherlands

1980 | Author of the First Policy Pamphlet on educational programs of the Christian Democratic Political Youth Organization (= CDJA), the Hague the Nether­lands

1979 – 1981 | Youth Representative in the Adult Education Committee of the Dutch Christian Democratic Party

1976 – 1979 | Member of the Merger Committee and National Board of the Christian Democratic Political

Youth Organization (= CDJA), the Hague the Netherlands

GROUP TRAINING

1976 – 1980 | Tavistock Training, Psychology Dept., University of Leiden, the Netherlands/T-Group Training, Personnel Dept., University of Utrecht, the Netherlands/General Group Dynamics and Social Skills Development, Andragogiek Dept., University of Utrecht The Netherlands

REFERENCES

(for more recent ones: available upon request)

Prof.dr. Barbara B. Bunker
Director of Graduate Study and Organizational Consultant
Social & Organizational Psychology
Department of Psychology, SUNY at Buffalo
344 Park Hall
Buffalo, New York 14260, USA
716-636-3650

Prof. dr. Cor Lammers (inmiddels overleden)
Vakgroep Organisatie Sociology
FSW Rijksuniversiteit Leiden
Wassenaarseweg 52
2333AK Leiden, the Netherlands
(+13)-(0)71-273963

Prof.dr. Murray Levine (emeritus)
Community/Clinical Psychology & Law
Department of Psychology, SUNY at Buffalo
228 Park Hall,
Buffalo, New York 14260, USA
716-636-3660

Prof.dr. John B. Miner
Emeritus Donald Carmichael Professor of Human Resource Management
School of Management, SUNY at Buffalo
34199 Country View Drive
Eugene, Oregon 97408, USA, 503-484-2715

Prof.dr. Peter Nijkamp (emeritus)
Ex-President of the Dutch National Science Foundation (NWO)
Full Professor of Regional Economics
Dept. of Economics & Econometrics
Vrije Universiteit
P.O. Box 7161
1007 MC Amsterdam
The Netherlands
(+31)-(0)20-4446091

Prof.dr. Arndt Sorge
(Past Editor-in-Chief of 'Organization Studies'
Faculty of Business Administration (Bedrijfskunde/OK)
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
P.O. Box 800
9700 AV Groningen
The Netherlands
(+31)-(0)50-3637203

Short Bio of prof. dr. Celeste Wilderom

H(irsch)-index (Early 2014): 20

Celeste P.M. Wilderom works at the University of Twente, the Netherlands: Full Professor ‘Change Management and Organizational Behavior’. She holds a Ph.D. in Psychology from the State Universi­ty of New York, Buffalo (USA, 1987). Currently, she conducts research on organizational culture, leadership, change, and (e)-service management. On the latter topic she guides annually 20 MSc students in Business Administration and teaches a large MSc course, entitled Leadership, Organizational Change & Consultancy. For more than 10 years she teaches Public-Sector Executives (towards their Masters of Public Management, University of Twente): in HRM and Organizational Analysis. She is also advising numerous PhD-students; one of which recently received the ‘Best Dissertation’ award, Academy of Management, Public-sector Division. Another PhD student of her received in 2010 the annual Best dissertation award of the International Leadership Association. Moreover, she is one of the three editors of the award-winning 1st edition of the Handbook of Organizational Culture and Climate (2000, Sage). A completely revised 2nd edition has just been published, also by Sage Publishers (650 pages). Her paper on the productive role of high Emotional Intelligence of managers is published in Leadership Quarterly 2011: An outgrowth of the Leadership Lab which she leads at Twente University, in which the latest video-analytical technology is being used: see also her Leadership Quarterly publication in 2012, and many more to come.

Prof. Wilderom regularly presents her research at leading Management (Academy of Management, EGOS EURAM) conferences. In the IS field, a number of state-of-the-art reviews, one on the e-Recruiting literature, and another on innovating HRIS, is forthcoming. Other of her papers have appeared in Organization Science; Journal of Organization Behavior; Accounting, Organization and Society; European Journal of Information Systems; Applied Psychology, etc. Various other papers have appeared in her native Dutch language: e.g. on the behaviors of highly effective Dutch CIOs and middle managers. In 2002 she initiated and since then co-chaired -within the annual EGOS meetings- the standing-work group on ‘Professional Service Organizations and Knowledge-intensive Work’ (EGOS=European Group of Organization Studies). She is active on various advisory boards (including NWO’s Economics & Business Administration section), and is engaged in paid research for Grolsch and various public and private sector organizations. In the past 8 years Wilderom has been a senior editor of the British Journal of Management. She is also on the board of the Journal of Management Inquiry, and a few other academic management journals, and previously she was an associate editor of the Academy of Management Executive (now ‘Perspectives’) and the Journal of Service Management.