Staff

Dr. Matthias de Visser

Assistant professor
Room RA-2250

Matthias de Visser has a key interest in managing innovation in large manufacturing organizations. His research focuses on individual, team, and organizational determinants of explorative and exploitative innovation. He obtained a MSc and PhD degree in Business Administration at the University of Twente and has published in Journal of Product Innovation Management, Technovation, and Creativity and Innovation Management. During his PhD research, he won the Christer Karlsson Best Paper Award (16th International Product Development Management Conference) and the Runner Up Best Paper Award (18th International Product Development Management Conference).

PUBLICATIONS

De Visser, M. and D.L.M. Faems, 2015. Exploration and Exploitation within Firms: The Impact of CEOs' Cognitive Style on Incremental and Radical Innovation Performance. Creativity and Innovation Management 24(3), 359-372.

De Visser, M., Faems, D.L.M., Visscher, K. and P.C. de Weerd-Nederhof. 2014. The impact of team cognitive styles on performance of radical and incremental NPD projects. Journal of Product Innovation Management 31(6), 1167-1180.

De Visser, M. 2013. Individual, team, and organizational antecedents of explorative and exploitative innovation in manufacturing firms. Zutphen: CPI Woehrmann Print Service.

Faems, D. L. M., De Visser, M., Andries, P. and B. van Looy. 2010. Technology alliance portfolios and financial performance: Value-enhancing and cost-increasing effects of open innovation. Journal of Product Innovation Management 27(6), 785-796.

De Visser, M. De Weerd-Nederhof, P. C., Faems, D. L. M., Song, M., Van Looy, B. and K. Visscher. 2010. Structural ambidexterity in NPD processes: The impact of - differentiated - structures on firm-level innovation performance. Technovation 30, 291-299.

CONFERENCE PAPERS

De Visser, M. Faems, D. L. M., Visscher, K. and P. C. de Weerd-Nederhof. 2014. Gone with the wind? Exploration decline and recovery in a growing wind turbine blade company. Presented at the R&D Management Conference, Stuttgart, June 3-6.

De Visser, M. Faems, D. L. M., Visscher, K. and P. C. de Weerd-Nederhof. 2013. Team composition and NPD project performance: Do cognitive styles matter? Presented at the International Product Development Management Conference, Paris, June 23-25.

De Visser, M., Faems, D. L. M. and P. van den Top. 2011. Exploration and exploitation within SMEs: Connecting the CEO's cognitive style to product innovation performance. Presented at the INSCOPE-Conference, Enschede, October 12.

Visser, M. de, Faems, D. L. M. and P. van den Top. 2011. Exploration and exploitation within SMEs: Connecting the CEO's cognitive style to product innovation performance. Presented at the International Product Development Management Conference, Delft, June 5-7.

De Visser, M. and D. L. M. Faems, 2010. Toward a dynamic perspective on explorative and exploitative innovation activities: A longitudinal study in the wind blade industry. Presented at the International Product Development Management Conference, Murcia, June 13-15.

De Visser, M., De Weerd-Nederhof, P.; Faems, D. L. M., Song, M., Van Looy, B. and K. Visscher. 2009. Structural ambidexterity in NPD processes: The impact of differentiated integration structures on innovation performance. In Best Paper Proceedings of the Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, August 7-11.

Faems, D. L. M., De Visser, M., Andries, P. and B. van Looy. 2009. Technology Alliance Portfolios and Financial Performance: Disentangling Value-Enhancing and Cost-Increasing Effects of open Innovation. Presented at the International Product Development Management Conference, Enschede, June 7-9.

De Visser, M., De Weerd-Nederhof, P. C., Faems, D. L. M., Song, M., Van Looy, B. and K. Visscher. 2008. Ambidexterity in NPD processes: An exploration of performance effects of - differentiated - organizational practices. Presented at the R&D Management conference, Ottawa, June 17-20.