Staff

Em.prof.dr.ir. Koos Krabbendam

Professor of Operations Management
Room: RA-2248

General information

Koos Krabbendam (1946) got a doctorate degree on a study about the organizational impact of industrial automation and published several articles about that subject. He is member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Management. From 1993 until 1999 he served as dean of the School of Management Studies. In that period he set up a new educational program on health care technology and management and started a research program in that field. He is one of the initiators of the International Association for Research in Health Care Technology and Management (HCTM), is associate editor of the International Journal of Health Care Technology and Management and member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Electronic Healthcare.

Research interests

Professor Krabbendam has a wide interest in innovations in the field of e-learning and published quite a few cases for the e-learning environment. Since 2000 he is a visiting professor at the College of Business Administration, Hunan University, China and did research about technical innovation in Chinese State Owned Enterprises. His current research interest is in the field of management of technical innovation with a focus on process innovation both in manufacturing and in health care.

Teaching responsibilities

  • Advanced courses in Operations Management
  • Courses in Operations Strategy
  • Courses in Management and Organization of Technological Innovation

Publications

Boer, H., and J.J. Krabbendam (1999), Organizing for market-oriented manufacturing, Comportamento organizacional e gestão, 5 (nr: 1), (pp. 125-148). ISSN 0872-9662,

Lange-Ros, E de, H.Boer en J.J. Krabbendam (2000), Continu verbeteren, HRM handboek, Afl. 10 2/8-2.1, Kluwer, Deventer.

Ren Liqin, Bilderbeek, J., Krabbendam J.J., (2000), The stakeholder Approach to the Chinese SOEs: From the perspective of financing, Proc. 17th conference Euro-Asia Management Studies Association, Singapore.

Geisler, Elie; Koos Krabbendam and Roel Schuring (2002), Editorial special issue on The Hospital of the Future, International Journal of Health Care Technology and Management,(vol 4, nos. 3-4), (pp. 181-182).

Fehse, Karen I.A.; Koos Krabbendam and Harry Boer (2002), The role of politics in the implementation of information systems: a hospital case, International Journal of Health Care Technology and Management,(vol 4, nos. 3-4), (pp. 205-219)

Nijhof, A.; K.Krabbendam and J.C. Looise (2002), Innovation through exemptions: building upon the existing creativity of employees, Technovation, (pp. 675-683).

Ren, L., Krabbendam, J.J. & Weerd-Nederhof, P.C. de (2002). Application of a technical innovation audit tool in China: Three case studies of Chinese SOEs. In Xu, Q., Wu, X. & Chen, J. (Ed.), Management of Technology and Innovation in the 21st Century. (pp. 276-280). Zhejiang University Press. isbn. 7-900647-20-1.

Wognum, Nel; Koos Krabbendam, Waling Bandsma and Wilfried Krukkert, (2002) Client impact on supplier organization, Towards a virtual product organization, Proc. 7th International Symposium on Logistics & 2nd International sysmposium on operations strategy

Krabbendam J.J. (2003), The InnoBus Case, an interactive video case on production and operations strategy, Espelon, Utrecht.

Giesler, Eliezer, Koos Krabbendam and Roel Schuring (2003), Technology, Health Care, and Management in the Hospital of the Future, Preager Publishers, Westport, CT 06881.

Fehse, Karen I.A.and Koos Krabbendam (2004), How organisational politics explain IS implementation outcomes in hospitals, International Journal of Electronic Health (vol 1, no. 2), (pp. 139-148)

Ren, liqin, Koos Krabbendam and Petra de Weerd-Nederhof (2004), Technical innovation: Some facts in the Chinese manufacturing SOE’s, R&D Manangement Conference, Portugal

Ren, L., Xie, G., & Krabbendam, J.J. (2004). Innovation in China: How does this affect business environment and multinationals’ business relationships potential, in: Giroud, A., Mohr, A. and Yang, D. (editors), Multinationals and Asia – Organizational and Institutional Relationships, Chapter 5, Routledge

Wickramasinghe, N.; J.W.Bloemendaal; A.K.de Bruin and J.J.Krabbendam (2005); Enabling innovative healthcare delivery through the use of focussed factory model: case of spine clinic of the future; Int.J. Innovation and Learning (vol. 2, no.1), (pp. 90-109).

Ren, L., Krabbendam, J.J. and De Weerd-Nederhof, P. (2005). The Stakeholder Approach to the Chinese SOEs: A Financing Perspective, Economic Journal of Chiba University, 20: 3, pp. 160-187, Japan

Ren, L., Krabbendam, J.J. and De Weerd-Nederhof, P. (2005). The Stakeholder Approach to the Chinese SOEs: A Financing Perspective, Economic Journal of Chiba University, 20: 3, pp. 160-187, Japan

Ren, L., Krabbendam, J.J. and De Weerd-Nederhof, P. (2006). Innovation practices success in China: The use of innovation mechanisms in Chinese SOEs, Journal of Technology Management in China, ISSN: 1746-8779 (vol. 1, no.1), (pp.76-91).

R. Rosmulder, J.J. Krabbendam and J. Luitse (2006), Planning emergency patients: an attempt to change the nature of the emergency department, European Journal of Emergency Medicine, 13:377–379.

Colen, Hadewig B.B., M. Neuenschwander, C. Neef, J.J. Krabbendam (2006), Using Automated Despensing Machines to Improve Medication Safety, European Journal of Hospital Pharmacy Practice, Vo. 12:6, pp. 71-73

Elkhuizen, S.G., J.R.C. van Sambeek, E.W. Hans, J.J. Krabbendam; P.J.M. Bakker, (2007) Applying the Variety Reduction Principle to Management of Ancillary Services, Health Care Management Review, Volume 32, number 1.

Harten, Wim H., Marleen J.M. Veldhuis, Benhard .H. Hoeksma, Koos Krabbendam, (2007) Strategic behaviour of institutional providers in mental handicapped care in the Netherlands, Journal of Health Care Organisation and Management, Vol. 21 No. 2, 2007, pp. 184-193

Boer, H., J. Visser-Groeneveld, K. Krabbendam (2007), Editorial, Int. J. Healthcare Technology and Management, Vol. 8, No. 6, 2007

Lovett, J.C., P.S. Hofman, K. Morsink, A. Balderas Torres, Joy S. Clancy, J.J. Krabbendam (2009), Review of the 2008 UNFCCC meeting in Poznan, Energy Policy 37 (2009) 3701–3705

R. Rosmulder, J.J. Krabbendam, T. Kerkhoff, and J. Luitse (2009), Action research and soft systems methodology for studying problems in emergency care delivery, Int. J. Healthcare Technology and Management, Vol. 10, Nos. 4/5, 2009

J.J. Krabbendam, E. Geisler, G. Turchetti and N. Wickmansinghe (2009), Editorial, Int. J. Healthcare Technology and Management, Vol. 10, Nos. 4/5, 2009

J.R.C. van Sambeek, P Bakker, F. Cornelissen and J.J. Krabbendam (2010), Models as instruments to optimize hospital processes: a systematic review, Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, vol:23, iss:4

L. Ren, G. Xie and J.J. Krabbendam (2010), Sustainable comparative advantage and marketing innovation within firms: a pragmatic approach for Chinese firms, Management Research Review, Vol. 33, No. 1, 2010

R. Rosmulder, J.J. Krabbendam, A.H.M. Kerkhoff, E R. Schinkel, L.F.M. Beenen en J.S.K. Luitse (2010) Advanced triage’ geeft snellere patiëntdoorstroming SEH, zonder verlies aan kwaliteit van zorg Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd. 2010;154:A1109