Prof. Jan van den Ende

Jan van den Ende

Professor of Management of Technology and Innovation
Rotterdam School of Management (RSM)
Erasmus University Rotterdam

Profile

Jan van den Ende is a professor of management of technology and innovation at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) . In addition, he is professor of horticulture innovation and visiting professor at LUISS Universita Guido Carli, Rome, Italy.

His field of expertise is the development process of new products and services in firms. His current research interests include firm-internal and -external idea management, control of NPD projects, design management and sustainable innovation

Jan van den Ende has published in numerous journals including Journal of Management Studies, Organization Studies, Harvard Business Review, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Research Policy, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, and Group and Organization Management.

He teaches in MBA and Executive Education for firms such as ASML, FrieslandCampina, IFF and MAN. Van den Ende holds a PhD from Delft University of Technology.

Publications

  • Academic (53)
    • Deichmann, D., Moser, C., & Ende, J. (2021). Talk, talk, talk: Exploring idea conversations and the micro-level foundations of knowledge sharing for innovation. Innovation: Organization & Management, 23(3), 287-313. https://doi.org/10.1080/14479338.2020.1763177

    • Szatmari, B., Deichmann, D., Ende, J., & King, B. (2021). Great successes and great failures: The impact of project leader status on project performance and performance extremeness. Journal of Management Studies, 58(5), 1267-1293. https://doi.org/10.1111/joms.12638

    • Kennedy, S., Whiteman, G., & Ende, J. (2016). Radical Innovation for Sustainability: The Power of Strategy and Open Innovation. Long Range Planning, 50(6), 712-725. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lrp.2016.05.004

    • Acar, OA., & Ende, J. (2016). Knowledge Distance, Cognitive Search Processes and Creativity: The Making of Winning Solutions in Science Contests. Psychological Science, 27(5), 692-699. https://doi.org/10.1177/0956797616634665

    • Candi, M. M., Ende, J., & Gemser, G. (2015). Benefits of customer co-development of new products. The moderating effects of utilitarian and hedonic radicalness. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 33(4), 418-434. https://doi.org/10.1111/jpim.12286

    • Ende, J., Frederiksen, L., & Prencipe, A. A. (2015). The Front End of Innovation: Organizing Search for Ideas. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 32(4), 482-487. https://doi.org/10.1111/jpim.12213

    • Akin Ates, M., Ende, J., & Ianniello, G. (2015). Inter-organizational Coordination Patterns in Buyer-Supplier-Design Agency Triads in NPD Projects’. International Journal of Operations and Production Management, 35(11), 1512-1545. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJOPM-01-2013-0036

    • Acar, OA., & Ende, J. (2015). Understanding Fear of Opportunism in Global Prize-Based Science Contests: Evidence for Gender and Age Differences. PLoS One (online), 2015(July), 1-13. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0134898

    • Kaa, G., Vries, H., & Ende, J. (2014). Strategies in network industries: the importance of inter-organizational networks, complementary goods, and commitment. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 27(1), 73-86. https://doi.org/10.1080/09537325.2014.951320

    • Blindenbach-Driessen, FP., & Ende, J. (2014). The Locus of Innovation: The Effect of a Separate Innovation Unit on Exploration, Exploitation, and Ambidexterity in Manufacturing and Service Firms. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 31(5), 1089-1105. https://doi.org/10.1111/jpim.12146

    • Deichmann, D., & Ende, J. (2014). Rising from failure and learning from success: The role of past experience in radical initiative taking. Organization Science, 25(3), 670-690. https://doi.org/10.1287/orsc.2013.0870

    • Kaa, G., Heck, E., Vries, H., Ende, J., & Rezaei, J. (2014). Supporting Decision-Making in Technology Standards Battles Based on the Fuzzy Analytical Hierarchy Process. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 61(2), 336-348. https://doi.org/10.1109/TEM.2013.2292579

    • Ende, J., Jaspers, F., & Rijsdijk, S. (2013). Should System Firms Develop Complementary Products? A Dynamic Model and an Empirical Test. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 30(6), 1178-1198. https://doi.org/10.1111/jpim.12053

    • Ende, J., Candi, M. M., & Gemser, G. (2013). Organizing Innovation Projects under Technological Turbulence. Technovation, 33(4-5), 133-141. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.technovation.2013.01.002

    • Ende, J., Kaa, G., Uijl, S., & Vries, H. (2012). The Paradox of Standard Flexibility: The Effects of Co-evolution between Standard and Interorganizational Network. Organization Studies, 33(5-6), 705-736. https://doi.org/10.1177/0170840612443625

    • Jaspers, F., Prencipe, A., & Ende, J. (2012). Organizing Inter-Industry Architectural Innovations: Evidence from Mobile Communication Applications. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 29(3), 419-431. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1540-5885.2012.00915.x

    • Kaa, G., Ende, J., Vries, H., & Heck, E. (2011). Factors for winning interface format battles: A review and synthesis of the literature. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 78(8), 1397-1411. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2011.03.011

    • Rijsdijk, S., & Ende, J. (2011). Control combinations in new product development projects. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 28(6), 868-880. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1540-5885.2011.00850.x

    • Blindenbach-Driessen, FP., & Ende, J. (2010). Innovation management practices compared: The example of product-based firms. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 27(5), 705-724. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1540-5885.2010.00746.x

    • Blindenbach-Driessen, FP., Dalen, J., & Ende, J. (2010). Subjective Performance Assessment of Innovation Projects. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 27(4), 572-592. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1540-5885.2010.00736.x

    • Jaspers, F., & Ende, J. (2010). Open innovation and systems integration. How and why firms know more than they make. International Journal of Technology Management, 52(3/4), 275-294. https://doi.org/10.1504/IJTM.2010.035977

    • Kijkuit, RC., & Ende, J. (2010). With a Little Help from Our Colleagues: A Longitudinal Study of Social Networks for Innovation. Organization Studies, 31(4), 451-479. https://doi.org/10.1177/0170840609357398

    • Ende, J., & Kijkuit, RC. (2009). Nurturing good ideas. Harvard Business Review, 87(4), 24-24. http://hdl.handle.net/1765/19743

    • Ende, J., Jaspers, F., & Gerwin, D. (2008). Involvement of system firms in the development of complementary products. The influence of novelty. Technovation, 28(11), 726-738. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.technovation.2008.03.001

    • Kijkuit, RC., & Ende, J. (2007). The Organizational Life of an Idea. Integrating Social Network, Creativity and Decision-Making Perspectives. Journal of Management Studies, 44(6), 863-882. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-6486.2007.00695.x

    • Jaspers, F., & Ende, J. (2006). The Organizational Form of Vertical Relationships: Dimensions of Integration. Industrial Marketing Management, 35(7), 819-828. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.indmarman.2006.06.016

    • Blindenbach-Driessen, FP., & Ende, J. (2006). Innovation in project-based firms: The context dependency of success factors. Research Policy, 35(4), 545-561. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.respol.2006.02.005

    • Ende, J., & Dolfsma, WA. (2005). Technology-Push, Demand-Pull and the Shaping of Technological Paradigms. Patterns in the Development of Computing Technology. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 15(1), 83-99. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00191-004-0220-1

    • Hermans, J., Wijnberg, NM., de Wit, O., & Ende, J. (2004). Vertical integration as a remedy to imbalances in the "Porterian" value system. The dutch financial securities industry at the beginning of the 20th century. Scandinavian Journal of Management, 20(4), 357-374. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scaman.2004.10.001

    • Ende, J. (2004). Impacts of TechnologyRreassessed. A Retrospective Analysis of Computing Technololy. History of Technology, 25(1), 31-43.

    • Ende, J., Wijnberg, NM., Vogels, RAW., & Kerstens, MPA. M. (2003). Organizing innovative projects to interact with market dynamics: a coevolutionary approach. European Management Journal, 21(3), 273-284. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0263-2373(03)00051-3

    • Kerkhof, C., Ende, J., & Bogenrieder, I. (2003). Knowledge Management in the Professional Organization: A Model with Application to CMG Software Testing. Knowledge and Process Management, 10(2), 77-84. https://doi.org/10.1002/kpm.167

    • Ende, J. (2003). Modes of governances of new service development for mobile networks: A life cycle perspective. Research Policy, 32(8), 1501-1518. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0048-7333(02)00156-7

    • Disco, N., & Ende, J. (2003). Strong, invincible arguments? Tidal Models as Management Instruments in Twentieth-Century Dutch Coastal Engineering. Technology and Culture, 44(3), 502-535.

    • Ende, J., & Wijnberg, NM. (2003). The organization of innovation and market dynamics. Managing increasing returns in software firms. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 50(3), 374-382. https://doi.org/10.1109/TEM.2003.817286

    • Wijnberg, NM., Ende, J., & de Wit, WO. (2002). Decision Making at Different Levels of the Organization and the Impact of New Information Technology. Two Cases From the Financial Sector. Group and Organization Management, 27(3), 408-429. https://doi.org/10.1177/1059601102027003005

    • van Dijk, C., & Ende, J. (2002). Suggestion systems. Transferring employee creativity into practicable ideas. R and D Management, 32(5), 387-395.

    • Wit, WO., Ende, J., Schot, J., & van Oost, ECJ. (2002). Innovation Junctions. Office technologies in The Netherlands, 1880-1980. Technology and Culture, 43(1), 50-72.

    • Ende, J., Wijnberg, NM., & Commandeur, H. (2001). Preface. International Studies of Management & Organization, 31(1), 3-6.

    • van Dijk, C., & Ende, J. (2001). Suggestiesystemen. Het omzetten van werknemerscreativiteit in kapitaliseerbare ideeen. M en O, 55(5), 21-36.

    • Knot, M., Ende, J., & Vergragt, P. (2001). Flexibility strategies for sustainable technology development. Technovation, 21(6), 335-344. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0166-4972(00)00049-3

    • Ende, J., & Wijnberg, NM. (2001). The Organization of Innovation in the Presence of Network and Bandwagons in the New Economy. International Studies of Management & Organization, 31(1), 30-45.

    • Ende, J., Wijnberg, NM., & Meijer, A. (2001). Public Policy and Innovative Capabilities: The Case of Philips' IT Activities. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 13(3), 389-405.

    • Ende, J., Wijnberg, NM., & Commandeur, H. (2001). Innovation Managament In The New Economy. International Studies of Management & Organization, 31(1), 3-125.

    • de Wit, WO., & Ende, J. (2000). The Emergence of a New Regime: Business Management and Office Mechanisation in the Dutch Financial Sector in the 1920s. Business History, 42(2), 87-118. https://doi.org/10.1080/00076790000000222

    • Aarssen, AK., Ende, J., de Jongh, RV., Ligthart, LP., & Janszen, FHA. (1999). Projectevaluaties in universitaire en onafhankelijke kennisinstituten. Een bijdrage aan het commercialiseren. M en O, (Juli/Aug.), 96-119.

    • Ende, J., Wijnberg, NM., & de Wit, WO. (1999). De invloed van systematic en scientific management op de besluitvorming in dienstverlenende ondernemingen. M en O, 53(3), 7-25.

    • Ende, J., & Kemp, RPM. (1999). Technological transformations in history: how the computer regime grew out of existing computing regimes. Research Policy, (28), 833-851. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0048-7333(99)00027-X

    • Ende, J., Mulder, K., Knot, M., Moors, E., & Vergragt, P. (1998). Traditional and modern technology assessment: toward a toolkit. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 58(1-2), 5-21.

    • Ende, J., Ravesteijn, W., & de Wit, D. (1997). Shaping the early development of television. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 16(4), 13-26.

    • Nobel, J., & Ende, J. (1996). Trading on the past. Sigma, (Winter'96), 49-53.

    • Ende, J. (1995). A History of Real-time Industrial Process Control in the Dutch Steel-Making Industry. Real-Time Systems, 8(2-3), 215-226.

    • Ende, J. (1995). Computers and Industrial Organization: Early Sources of 'Just in Time' Production in the Dutch Steel Industry. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, 17(2), 22-32.

  • Professional (10)
    • Szatmari, B., Deichmann, D. D., van den Ende, JCM. J., & King, BG. (2021). How to prevent a rising star from flaming out. Harvard Business Review. https://hbr.org/2021/06/how-to-prevent-a-rising-star-from-flaming-out

    • Ende, J., & Deichmann, D. (2015). Hoe krijg ik goede ideeën van mijn medewerkers? Holland Management Review, 32, 60-64.

    • Deichmann, D., & Ende, J. (2014). A radical approach to radical innovation. RSM Discovery - Management Knowledge, 18(2), 12-13. http://hdl.handle.net/1765/77105

    • Jaspers, F., & Ende, J. (2013). Making business sense of cross-industry innovation. RSM Insight, 13(1), 10-12. http://hdl.handle.net/1765/39959

    • Vries, H., & Ende, J. (2013). Why industry standards are pivotal. RSM Insight, 14(2), 16-17. http://hdl.handle.net/1765/41646

    • Ende, J., Candi, M. M., & Gemser, G. (2010). How design can improve company performance. RSM Insight, 4(3), 4-6. http://hdl.handle.net/1765/40049

    • Ende, J. (2009). Nurturing Good Ideas. RSM Insight, 1(1), 4-5. http://hdl.handle.net/1765/39874

    • Ende, J., Toonders, M., & Wijnberg, NM. (2001). De organisatie van innovatie in internet dienstverlening. Bedrijfskunde, 73(4), 65-70.

    • Ende, J. (1995). Keerpunten in de geschiedenis van informatieverwerkende technologie. Informatie en Informatiebeleid, 13(3), 22-30.

    • Ende, J. (1995). Informatisering van de produktie bij Hoogovens. De Ingenieur, (17), 34-36.

  • Academic (1)
    • van den Ende, JCM. J. (2021). Innovation Management. (1 ed.) Red Globe Press.

  • Professional (1)
    • Veldhoen, L., & Ende, J. (1995). Technische mislukkingen: de Planta affaire, instortende bruggen, vliegdekschepen van ijs. Uitgeversmaatschappij Ad. Donker.

  • Academic (3)
    • Ende, J., Oost, E., Alberts, G., & Lintsen, HW. (1998). De opkomst van de Informatietechnologie in Nederland. Ten Hagen en Stam.

    • Ende, J., Schot et al, JW., & de Wit, WO. (1998). Techniek in Nederland in de Twintigste Eeuw: Deel 1. Walburg pers. Deel 1

    • Janszen, FHA., Ende, J., & Beije, PR. (1996). Management van Technologie: een Contextuele Benadering van het Innovatieproces. Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (EUR).

  • Academic (13)
    • Jaspers, F., & Ende, J. (2008). Testing a theory of ideal typical organizational configurations for successful product innovations. In J. Dul, & T. Hak (Eds.), Case Study Methodology in Business Research (pp. 119-130). Butterworth-Heinemann.

    • Blindenbach-Driessen, FP., & Ende, J. (2002). Innovation management in project-based firms. In K. Debackere (Ed.), Strategy, Policy and Performance: impact on R&D activities RADMA.

    • Hermans, J., Ende, J., & de Wit, WO. (2000). Market or hierarchy? Use and Deployment of Telecom Technologies in the Duch Finacial Sector 1911-1930. In J. Hollander, P. Vermeulen, K. Valck, & N. Torka (Eds.), Innovation in Theory and Practice (pp. 23-23). Nederlandse Organisatie voor Bedrijfskunde On derzoek [NOBO].

    • de Wit, WO., & Ende, J. (1998). Het kantoor in een stroomversnelling na de Tweede Wereldoorlog. In E. van Oost et al. (Ed.), De opkomst van de Informatietechnologie in Nederland (pp. 66-83). Ten Hagen en Stam.

    • Ende, J. (1998). De computerrevolutie. In E. van Oost et al (Ed.), De opkomst van de Informatietechnologie in Nederland (pp. 180-187). Ten Hagen en Stam.

    • Ende, J. (1998). De computerrevolutie. In J. W. Schot et al (Ed.), Techniek in Nederland in de Twintigste Eeuw: Deel 1 (pp. 341-348). Walburg pers.

    • de Wit, WO., & Ende, J. (1998). Het gemechaniseerde kantoor 1914-1940. In J. W. Schot et al. (Ed.), Techniek in Nederland in de Twintigste Eeuw (pp. 237-269). Walburg pers. SHT Vol. Deel I

    • Ende, J. (1998). Continuïteit en verandering in de aanloop tot informatica. In E. ., & E. J. C. van Oost (Eds.), De Opkomst van de Informatietechnologie in Nederland (pp. 172-179). Ten Hagen en Stam.

    • de Wit, WO., & Ende, J. (1998). De gemechaniseerde administratie 1880-1940. In E. van Oost, et al (Ed.), De Opkomst van de Informatietechnologie in Nederland (pp. 18-65). Ten Hagen en Stam.

    • de Wit, WO., & Ende, J. (1998). Het kantoor in een stroomversnelling na de Tweede Wereldoorlog. In J. W. Schot et al (Ed.), Techniek in Nederland in de Twintigste Eeuw: Deel 1 (pp. 272-287). SHT Walburg Pers. SHT

    • Ende, J. (1998). Kantoortechnologie in de twintigste eeuw. In J. W. Schot et al (Ed.), Techniek in Nederland in de Twintigste Eeuw (pp. 329-339). Walburg pers.

    • Ende, J. (1998). Techniek in het kantoor. In J. W. Schot (Ed.), Techniek in Nederland in de Twintigste Eeuw: Deel 1 (pp. 211-217). Walburg pers.

    • Ende, J. (1995). Techniekgeschiedenis. In H. Achterhuis, & E. al (Eds.), Technologie en samenleving (pp. 29-48). Garant.

  • Professional (3)
    • Hermans, JM., Ende, J., & de Wit, WO. (2000). Market or Hierarchy? Use and Deployment of Telecom Technologies in the Dutch Financial Sector 1911-1930. In Innovation in Theory and Practice (pp. 181-192). NOBO. Proceedings Sixth LAiOOB Conference

    • Ende, J. (1996). Techniekgeschiedenis: een integrale benadering van techniekontwikkeling. In F. H. A. Janszen, J. C. M. van den Ende, & P. R. Beije (Eds.), Management van Technologie: Een Contextuele benadering van het Innovatieproces (pp. 69-92). Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (EUR).

    • Ende, J., & Mulder, K. (1996). Technology assessment. In F. H. A. Janszen, J. C. M. van den Ende, & P. R. Beije (Eds.), Management van Technologie: een Contextuele Benadering van het Innovatieproces (pp. 175-204). Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam (EUR).

  • Academic (5)
    • Rijsdijk, S., & Ende, J. (2008). What they know and how they’ve learned it: The moderating effect of managerial knowledge on the relationship between process control and product innovation outcomes. 15th International Product Development Conference, Hamburg, Germany.

    • Jaspers, F., & Ende, J. (2005). Organizational Forms for Innovation in System Industries.

    • Ende, J., & Jaspers, F. (2004). Governance modes for systemic innovation. Service Development for Mobile Telecommunications.

    • Ende, J., Mulder, K., Knot, M., Moors, E., & Vergragt, P. (1996). Traditional and modern technology assessment: towards a toolkit. Paper for the Second International Conference of IATAFI, Brussels.

    • de Wit, O., de Wit, D., & Ende, J. (1996). The emergence of a new regime: management and office mechanization in Dutch banking in the 1920s. Paper for the Annual SHOT Meeting.

  • Professional (2)
    • Jaspers, F., & Ende, J. (2005). Organizational Forms for Innovation in System Industries: A Configurational Approach.

    • Ende, J., & Jaspers, F. (2003). Governance Modes for the Development of Mobile Telecommunications Services: An Emprical Study.

  • Academic (13)
    • Szatmari, B., Deichmann, D., & Ende, J. (2014). Irrational resistance or irrational support? Performance effects of project leader status. In Academy of Management Proceedings https://doi.org/10.5465/AMBPP.2014.200

    • Akin Ates, M., Ende, J., & Ianniello, G. (2012). An exploratory model for coordination approaches in buyer-supplier-supplier triads in NPD projects. In Serving the World: 4th P&OM World Conference (Chris Voss Highly Commended Award).

    • Akin Ates, M., Ianniello, G., & Ende, J. (2012). Buyer-supplier-supplier Collaboration in New Product Development Projects: An Exploratory Model. In E. Esposito, P. Evangelista, G. Pastore, & M. Raffa (Eds.), Purchasing and Supply Management in a Changing World, Proceedings of 21st Annual IPSERA conference (pp. CP041-CP0414).

    • Kijkuit, RC., & Ende, J. (2008). With a Little Help from Our Colleagues: A Longitudinal Study of Social Networks for Innovation. In Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim

    • Kijkuit, RC., & Ende, J. (2008). With a Little Help from Our Colleagues. A Longitudinal Study of Social Networks for Innovation. In G. Duysters (Ed.), Proceedings of 5th International Conference on Innovation Management (pp. 492-510). UNU-Merit, Maastricht.

    • Kaa, G., Vries, H., Heck, E., & Ende, J. (2007). The Emergence of Standards: a Meta-analysis. In R. H. Sprague (Ed.), Proceedings of the Thirty-Nineth Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences IEEE Computer Society.

    • Borst, I., & Ende, J. (2007). Financial rewards in open sourcing models. The case of multimedia services. In Proceeding of the 14th International Product Development Management Conference, Porto, June 9-12 EIASM.

    • Ende, J., Jaspers, F., & Gerwin, D. (2006). Organizing the Development of Complementary Products. The Influence of Novelty. In Best Paper Proceedings of the Academy of Management Meeting, Atlanta, August 11-16 Academy of Management.

    • Ende, J., & Jaspers, F. (2006). Governance Modes for Component Development of Larger Systems. A Model and Empirical Test. In Proceedings of the 13th International Product Development Management Conference, Milan, Italy, June 12-13

    • Blindenbach-Driessen, FP., & Ende, J. (2006). The Effect of Operational Collaborative Capabilities on New Product Development Projects. In Proceedings of the 13th International Product Development Management Conference, Milan, Italy, June 12-13

    • Jaspers, F., & Ende, J. (2005). Organizational Forms for Innovation in System Industries: A Typology Test with Case Studies on the Development of Mobile Telecom Applications. In J. Y. F. Wynstra, K. Dittrich, & F. P. H. Jaspers (Eds.), Dealing with Dualities, Proceedings of the 21st IMP Conference, 1-3 September 2005, Rotterdam IMP.

    • Dittrich, K., & Ende, J. (2005). Organizational forms for the development of new broadband services: a dynamic model for the degree of integration between collaborating firms. In J. Y. F. Wynstra, K. Dittrich, & F. P. H. Jaspers (Eds.), Dealing with Dualities. Proceedings of the 21st IMP Conference, 1-3 September 2005, Rotterdam RSM Erasmus University.

    • Kaa, G., Ende, J., & Vries, H. (2005). A conceptual framework for the selection of compatibility standards. In Proceedings of the R&D Management Conference 2005, 6-8 July, Pisa University of Manchester.

  • Professional (2)
    • Jaspers, F., & Ende, J. (2005). Organizational Forms for Innovation in System Industries: A Configurational Approach. In The R&D Management Conference 2005, Pisa, 6-8 July 2005 RADMA.

    • Blindenbach-Driessen, FP., & Ende, J. (2003). Innovation in project-based firms: The influence of organizational structure. In C. Karlsson, & T. Hustad (Eds.), 10th International Product Development Management Conference (pp. 93-115). EIASM.

  • Professional (4)
    • Dittrich, K., & Ende, J. (2005). Organisational forms for the development of new broadband services. Freeband.

    • Borst, I., Bitter, R., Ballon, P., Dittrich, K., & Ende, J. (2005). SOTA broadband services and their business models. Freeband. Freeband/B@HOME/D2.0/V1.0

    • Leijnse, M., Ende, J., & Waarts, E. (1997). Haalbaarheidsstudie chipkaartcollecte. EBSC/KPMG. EBSC, EUR i.s.m. KPMG Management Consulting

    • Cornelisse, W., van Overbeek, P., & Ende, J. (1995). Waar licht is, is vreugde. Een eeuw gemeentelijke energievoorziening in Amsterdam. Energiebedrijf Amsterdam.

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  • IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management (Journal)

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  • Technology Analysis & Strategic Management (Journal)

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    An article discussing the Dutch dredging industry mentioning Jan van den Ende of RSM.

  • Toekomst en ontwikkelingen van de baggerindustrie

    An article that discusses Jan van den Ende's research called ‘The Future of the Dredging Industry’ which was presented at the symposium ‘Future of the Dredging Industry’. The research includes macro and technological trends and…

  • Tuinbouw-cluster lijkt op Silicon Valley

    An extensive article with Jan van den Ende of RSM. The article discusses his new specialisation of Horticulture Innovation. Jan will help growers and suppliers to make their innovation more professional, financed by the…

  • Kunstmatige intelligentie en slimme dienstverlen bieden legio mogelijkheden voor tuinbouwtechnologie

    Jan van den Ende of RSM was a keynote speaker at the ‘Future Trends & Innovations’ event at the World Horti Center. The event discussed the future of horti-tech. Jan stated that artificial intelligence and smart services offer…

  • Toekomst horti-tech onder de loep op Future Trends & Innovations event

    Jan van den Ende of RSM was a keynote speaker at the ‘Future Trends & Innovations’ event at the World Horti Center. The event discussed the future of horti-tech.

  • Toekomst horti-tech onder de loep op Future Trends & Innovations event

    Jan van den Ende of RSM was a keynote speaker at the ‘Future Trends & Innovations’ event at the World Horti Center. The event discussed the future of horti-tech.

  • INNOVATIE BROODNODIG VOOR NEDERLANDSE BAGGERSECTOR

    If the Dutch and Belgian dredging industry wants to keep up with Chinese competition, it is necessary to renew and seek cooperation. This is the most important conclusion from the report 'The Dutch and Belgian Dredging Industry:…

  • Toenemend protectionisme bedreigt concurrentiepositie Nederlandse en Belgische baggerindustrie

    If the Dutch and Belgian dredging industry wants to keep up with Chinese competition, it is necessary to renew and seek cooperation. This is the most important conclusion from the report 'The Dutch and Belgian Dredging Industry:…

  • De Nederlandse en Belgische baggerindustrie: een toekomstverkenning

    If the Dutch and Belgian dredging industry wants to keep up with Chinese competition, it is necessary to renew and seek cooperation. This is the most important conclusion from the report 'The Dutch and Belgian Dredging Industry:…

  • The Dutch and Belgian Dredging Industry: Exploring the Future

    If the Dutch and Belgian dredging industry wants to keep up with Chinese competition, it is necessary to renew and seek cooperation. This is the most important conclusion from the report 'The Dutch and Belgian Dredging Industry:…

  • Nieuwsgierig naar de toekomst van de baggerindustrie?

    Jan van den Ende, Professor of Management and Technology at RSM, will present the results of his study entitled ‘The Future of the Dredging Industry’ at the symposium ‘Future of the Dredging Industry’ on Thursday November 29, 2018…

  • Curious about the future of the dredging industry?

    Jan van den Ende, Professor of Management and Technology at RSM, will present the results of his study entitled ‘The Future of the Dredging Industry’ at the symposium ‘Future of the Dredging Industry’ on Thursday November 29, 2018…

  • Ignoring customers’ opinions can lead to more successful products

    Jan van den Ende, Professor of Management of Technology and Innovation at RSM, has been mentioned in an article. He found that customers’ opinions only improve the development of certain types of products, as new functions or…

  • Save the Date: Symposium ‘Toekomst van de Baggerindustrie’

    Jan van den Ende, Professor of Management of Technology and Innovation at RSM, will speak at the symposium on 29 november on the dredging industry. He will present his results of the study entitled 'Future of the Dredging…

  • Ignoring customers’ opinions can lead to more successful products

    Jan van den Ende, Professor of Management of Technology and Innovation at RSM, has been mentioned in an article. He found that customers’ opinions only improve the development of certain types of products, as new functions or…

  • Leerstoel innovatie in glastuinbouw

    Jan van den Ende of RSM will be part of the chair for the 'Innovation in Horticulture'.

  • 57 Insights from leading brands and experts on what it takes to deliver a Wow customer experience: Part 1

    Jan van den Ende was interviewed by Adrian Swinscoe, author of "How to Wow: 68 Effortless Ways to Make Every Customer Experience Amazing" on what it takes to deliver better customer service and experience. Jan says that a wow…

  • Nederland innovatief, omzetten kennis in producten blijft zwakke plek

    The Netherlands rose from fifth to fourth place on the European Innovation Scoreboard this year, a list of the most innovative countries published annually by the European Commission. RSM Professor Jan van den Ende has analysed…

  • The creative potential of (some) outsiders

    Brands are continuously on the look-out for creative insights to develop innovative marketing offerings — products, services, advertisements and/or other customer experiences. From time to time, internal teams struggle to deliver…

  • The creative potential of (some) outsiders

    To explore the role of outsiders and insiders empirically, Oguz, together with Jan van der Ende from RSM, have explored who comes up with winning solutions to contest posted on InnoCentive - one of the largest crowdsourcing and…

  • De klant negeren kan een succesvoller product opleveren

    The contradiction of listening to customers vs. showing them what they want like Steve Jobs has been solved by Jan van den Ende. He claimed it depends on the type of innovation and whether it involves functional or emotional…

  • Co-creation, innovation and when you should get your customers involved – Interview with Prof. Jan van den Ende

    Today’s interview is with Professor Jan van den Ende, who is Professor of Management of Technology and Innovation at RSM (Rotterdam School of Management). Jan joins me today to talk about a research paper that he and some…

  • Don't Ask, Customers can hamper innovation says University.

    RSM Rotterdam School of Management at Erasmus University suggests that listening to your customers doesn’t always result in the best innovations for companies. Researchers looked into 132 recent innovation projects and found that…

  • Negeren van klant leidt soms tot succesvollere producten

    The contradiction of listening to customers vs. showing them what they want like Steve Jobs has been solved by Jan van den Ende. He claimed it depends on the type of innovation and whether it involves functional or emotional…

  • Voor sommige innovaties kun je de klant beter negeren

    The contradiction of listening to customers vs. showing them what they want like Steve Jobs has been solved by Jan van den Ende. He claimed it depends on the type of innovation and whether it involves functional or emotional…

  • Ontwerpen? Negeren van klanten soms beter dan naar hen luisteren

    The contradiction of listening to customers vs. showing them what they want like Steve Jobs has been solved by Jan van den Ende. He claimed it depends on the type of innovation and whether it involves functional or emotional…

  • Klant negeren helpt vaak

    The contradiction of listening to customers vs. showing them what they want like Steve Jobs has been solved by Jan van den Ende. He claimed it depends on the type of innovation and whether it involves functional or emotional…

  • Nederland scoort beter in innovatiemanagemenr

    Research conducted by Jan van den Ende concluded that the Netherlands has been strong in enablers for innovation (ranking it 5th in the European Innovation Scoreboard), particularly in knowledge production and public support, and…

  • SOMS MOET JE NOOIT NAAR JE KLANTEN LUISTEREN

    The contradiction of listening to customers vs. showing them what they want like Steve Jobs has been solved by Jan van den Ende. He claimed it depends on the type of innovation and whether it involves functional or emotional…

  • Nederland scoort steeds beter in de European Innovation Scoreboard

    Research conducted by Jan van den Ende concluded that the Netherlands has been strong in enablers for innovation (ranking it 5th in the European Innovation Scoreboard), particularly in knowledge production and public support, and…

  • Nederlandse bedrijven: ga eens innoveren!

    Research conducted by Jan van den Ende concluded that the Netherlands has been strong in enablers for innovation (ranking it 5th in the European Innovation Scoreboard), particularly in knowledge production and public support, and…

  • Nederland scoort hoger op innovatie

    Research conducted by Jan van den Ende concluded that the Netherlands has been strong in enablers for innovation (ranking it 5th in the European Innovation Scoreboard), particularly in knowledge production and public support, and…

  • Hoe zorgt u ervoor dat uw ideeënbus echt iets oplevert?

    Employees are full of great ideas and innovation which is stimulated by the idea box - a place where employees can submit their ideas. However, the success of this idea box depends on the implementation. Research by Jan van den…

  • How to Win a Science Contest

    A study conducted by Jan van den Ende is referenced as it studies insiders, outsiders, and scientific success. One might think the science insiders win science contests, since they have the knowledge and background to solve…

  • Ideeënbus in je bedrijf: zo stimuleer je werknemers om mee te denken

    Employees are full of great ideas and innovation which is stimulated by the idea box - a place where employees can submit their ideas. However, the success of this idea box depends on the implementation. Research by Jan van den…

  • ‘Verbazingwekkend: publieke sector scoort beter op innovatie dan bedrijfsleven’

    Research conducted by Jan van den Ende concluded that the Netherlands has been strong in enablers for innovation (ranking it 5th in the European Innovation Scoreboard), particularly in knowledge production and public support, and…

Discovery items

BBC World News interviews Jan van den Ende

BBC World News interviewed Jan van den Ende about his research into the input of customers in the design process of new products.

The Netherlands strengthens position as European Innovation Leader

The Netherlands strengthens its position as innovation leader. Converting knowledge into products and services continues to be a weak spot.

Ignoring customers’ opinions can lead to more successful products

Research by Prof. Jan van den Ende shows when your customers might have something useful to add during the design process.

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