Organisational Creativity & Learning / Innovation / Organisational Learning
Enhance our understanding of knowledge management within firms. How can knowledgeable people be attracted to the firm and what role can be played by personal development (formal and informal)? In what way can staff training (learning at the individual / employee level) contribute to better social, ecological and economic performance of the firm. Besides the employee level also the organisational level is addressed. For example with questions such as: In what way can organisational continuously adapt routines and learn.
- Caniëls, M.C.J. and E.F. Rietzschel (2015), ‘Organizing Creativity: Creativity and Innovation under Constraints’, Creativity and Innovation Management 24(2), 184-196. DOI: 10.1111/caim.12123. Impact Factor: 1.016.
- Caniëls, M.C.J., Chini, B. and W. Ooms (2015), ‘Haal het meest uit creatief potentieel’, Gedrag en Organisatie – Themanummer Creativiteit en Innovatie 28(2), 98-117. ISI. Impact factor: 0.940.
- Caniëls, M.C.J., De Stobbeleir, K.E.M. and I. De Clippeleer (2014), ‘The antecedents of creativity revisited: A process perspective’, Creativity and Innovation Management 23(2), 96-110. DOI: 10.1111/caim.12051. ISI. Impact Factor: 0.855. [PDF]
- Caniëls, M.C.J. (2012), ‘Developing Organizational Creativity: Does Organizational Creativity Require Constraints?’, Keynote lecture at the Workshop Creativity and Innovation Management, 29 June 2012, Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin.
- Caniëls, M.C.J. (2013), ‘Unlocking creativity’, TEDx Talk, 8 March 2013, Roermond, The Netherlands.
- Caniëls, M.C.J. and R.J.J.M. Bakens (2012), ‘The effects of Project Management Information Systems on decision making in a multi project environment’, International Journal of Project Management 30(2), 162-175. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijproman.2011.05.005. ISI. Impact factor: 1.532.
- Caniëls, M.C.J. and P.A. Kirschner, (2012), ‘Determinants, benefits and barriers of informal learning in the Netherlands’, in: Van den Bossche, P., Gijselaers, W.H. and R.G.Milter (Eds), Advances in Business Education and Training 4. Springer Verlag: Dordrecht, 93-110.
- Van Vuuren, T., Caniëls, M.C.J. and J. Semeijn (2011), ‘Duurzame inzetbaarheid en een leven lang leren’, Gedrag en Organisatie 24(4), 356-373. ISI. Impact factor as of 2012.
Regional economic growth / Regional learning / Sustainability
Improving our insights about factors that stimulate or hamper learning processes that take place in the interaction between governmental institutes and firms. A central aim is to shed light on the way in which governmental institutions can stimulate learning within firms and regions with the aim of enhancing social, ecological and economic development
- Ooms, W., Werker, C., Caniëls, M.C.J., and H.M. van den Bosch (2015), ‘Research orientation and agglomeration: Can every region become a Silicon Valley?’. Technovation 45-46, 78-92. ISI. DOI:10.1016/j.technovation.2015.08.001. Impact factor: 2.526. 5-Year Impact Factor: 3.636.
- Caniëls, M.C.J. and H. van den Bosch (2011), ‘The role of Higher Education Institutions in building regional innovation systems’, Papers in Regional Science 90(2), 271-287. DOI: 10.1111/j.1435-5957.2010.00344.x. ISI. 2009 Impact Factor: 1.397.
- Romijn, H.A. and M.C.J. Caniëls (2011), ‘The Jatropha Biofuels Sector in Tanzania 2005-9: Evolution Towards Sustainability?, Research Policy 40, 618-636. DOI: 10.1016/j.respol.2011.01.005. ISI. 2011 Impact Factor: 2.520; 2011 5-Year Impact Factor: 4.242.
- Caniëls, M.C.J. and H.A. Romijn (2008), ‘Actor networks in Strategic Niche Management: Insights from Social Network Theory’, Futures 40(7), 613-629. DOI:10.1016/j.futures.2007.12.005. ISI. 2010 Impact Factor: 0.669; 2010 5-Year Impact Factor: 1.088.
Supply chain management / Power and dependence in B2B / Outsourcing
Shed light on the issues at play in the management of relations in the supply chain, with a focus on learning from forward and backward linkages. A key objective is improving our insights about the factors that stimulate or hamper interorganisational learning and innovation.
- Schenkel, M., Krikke, H.R., Caniëls, M.C.J. and E. van der Laan (2015), ‘Creating integral value for stakeholders in Closed Loop Supply Chains’. Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management 21(3),155-166. ISI. DOI: 10.1016/j.pursup.2015.04.003. Impact factor: 2.333. 5-Year Impact Factor: 2.521.
- Schenkel, M., Krikke, H.R., Caniëls, M.C.J. and E. van der Laan (2015), ‘Understanding Value Creation in Closed Loop Supply Chains- Past findings and future directions’, Journal of Manufacturing Systems 37(3), 729-745. ISI. DOI: 10.1016/j.jmsy.2015.04.009. Impact factor: 1.847. SNIP: 2.474.
- Caniëls, M.C.J., Gehrsitz, M., and J. Semeijn (2013), ‘Participation of suppliers in greening supply chains: An empirical analysis of German automotive suppliers’, Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management 19(3), 134-143. DOI:10.1016/j.pursup.2013.02.005. ISI. Impact factor: 1.609.
- Caniëls, M.C.J. and C. J. Gelderman (2010), ‘The safeguarding effect of governance mechanisms in interfirm exchange: The decisive role of mutual opportunism’, British Journal of Management 21(1), 239–254. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-8551.2009.00654.x. ISI. 2011 Impact Factor: 1.516; 2011 5-Year Impact Factor: 2.631.
- Caniëls, M.C.J. and C. J. Gelderman (2007), ‘Power and interdependence in buyer supplier relationships: A purchasing portfolio approach’, Industrial Marketing Management 36(2), 219-229. DOI:10.1016/j.indmarman.2005.08.012. ISI. 2011 Impact Factor: 1.694; 2011 5-Year Impact Factor: 2.78
- Caniëls, M.C.J. and A. Roeleveld (2009), ‘Power and dependence perspectives on outsourcing decisions’ European Management Journal 27, 402-417. ISI. Impact factor: 0.795.
Journal articles, papers
Journal articles (refereed):
Books, Book chapters
Chapters in books (refereed):
Awards & Honors
The paper “Explaining the internet usage of SMEs: the impact of market orientation, behavioural norms, motivation and technology acceptance” published in Internet Research 2015 has been selected by the journal’s editorial team as the Outstanding Paper in the 2016 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence.
The paper titled ‘The Antecedents of Creativity Revisited: A Process Perspective’ (see publications), was the Most cited Creativity And Innovation Management article published in 2014 & 2015.
The paper titled ‘Implementing Green Supply Chain Practices: An empirical investigation in the Shipbuilding Industry’ (see publications) has been judged as amongst the best accepted papers in the programme of the 2015 Academy of Management Meeting (August 7-11, Vancouver, BC, Canada) and is published in the best paper proceedings.
The paper titled ‘The Antecedents of Creativity Revisited: A Process Perspective’ (see publications) received the Best Paper Award 2014 by the CIM journal. Full paper here-> [PDF].
The course Advanced Studies in Management was awarded Best Course of the Faculty of Management, Science and Technology in 2014.
Best submission to the Research Methods Track of the Eastern Academy of Management, International Conference on Managing in a Global Economy XIV: Global Web of Knowledge, Bangalore, India.
The paper titled ‘Power and interdependence in buyer supplier relationships: A purchasing portfolio approach’ (see publications) has been awarded as “Top 10 most-cited article” published in Industrial Marketing Management between 2005 and 2009.
The paper titled ‘Supplier perceived fairness of electronic reverse auctions’ (see publications) has been judged as amongst the best accepted papers in the programme of the 2009 Academy of Management Meeting (August, Chicago) and is published in the best paper proceedings.
Award for Best Paper 2005, Supply Chain Management – An International Journal and Emerald.
Award for the Best Conference Paper 2005, IPSERA (International Purchasing & Supply Education & Research Association).
Award for being Best Referee of Regional Studies 2004.
Award for being Best Referee of Regional Studies 2001.
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