Jan Gerard Hoendervanger

Jan Gerard Hoendervanger
Hanzehogeschool Groningen · Institute of Business Administration

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The five-stage real estate evolutionary model of Michael Joroff, Marc Louagrand and Sandra Lambert dates back to more than 25 years ago. This maturity model outlines five development stages in corporate real estate management (CREM). According to these stages, CREM changes from technical to strategic, from taskmaster to business strategist, and fro...
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While activity-based working is gaining popularity worldwide, research shows that workers frequently experience a misfit between the task at hand and their work setting. In the current study, experience sampling data were used to examine how perceived fit in activity-based work environments is related to user behavior (i.e., the use of work setting...
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Activity-based work environments are widely adopted; however, research shows mixed findings regarding privacy issues, satisfaction with the work environment, and task performance. To further our understanding, two complementary studies drawing on Person-Environment fit theory were conducted: (1) A field study using experience sampling, and (2) A la...
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Satisfaction with activity-based work environments (ABW environments) often falls short of expectations, with striking differences among individual workers. A better understanding of these differences may provide clues for optimising satisfaction with ABW environments and associated organisational outcomes. The current study was designed to examine...
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Er komen steeds meer kenniswerkers en hun werkpatronen zijn structureel aan het veranderen. Dit heeft grote invloed op de vraag naar huisvesting en de taakuitoefening van workplace managers. Om werkomgevingen te creëren die zowel organisatiegericht als mensgericht zijn, is behalve kennis van gebouwen en organisaties ook inzicht nodig in de wensen e...
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Dit boek presenteert een overzicht van theorieën, modellen, data en handige tools voor het effectief en efficiënt aansturen van de huisvesting. Het laat zien hoe organisaties hun behoefte aan huisvesting in kaart kunnen brengen, deze vraag kunnen toetsen aan het huidig aanbod, en een huisvestingsstrategie kunnen ontwikkelen die past bij de missie,...
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Activity-Based Working (ABW) is supported by work environments that combine hot-desking with a variety of settings, designed for different types of activities. While the advantages of these work environments in terms of space and cost efficiency are undisputed, their effectiveness with respect to job performance and satisfaction is still under deba...
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This paper presents a new Value Adding Management (VAM) model that aims to support decision makers in identifying appropriate interventions in buildings, other facilities and services that add value to the organisation, to manage its implementation, and to measure the output and outcomes. The paper builds on value adding management theories and mod...
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Purpose To present a new Value Adding Management model in order to support decision makers in identifying appropriate interventions to add value to the organisation, to manage its implementation, and to measure the output and outcomes. Theory The paper builds on value adding management theories and models including the triplet input-throughput-outp...
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Purpose – Despite their growing popularity among organisations, satisfaction with activity-based work (ABW) environments is found to be below expectations. Research also suggests that workers typically do not switch frequently, or not at all, between different activity settings. Hence, the purpose of this study is to answer two main questions: Is s...
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New Ways of Working (NewWoW) are popular for increasing employee and organisational effectiveness. Facility management (FM) aligns by aiming for higher levels of employee satisfaction and cost savings with introducing the shared features and facilities of activity based working (ABW). However, lack of proof of desired advantages of NewWoW is feedin...
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Activity-Based Working (ABW) is supported by work environments that combine hot-desking with a variety of workplaces, designed to support different types of activities. While the advantages of these work environments in terms of efficiency seem obvious (cost savings because less workplaces and space are needed), there is hardly any evidence for the...
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Purpose – In many organizations, a major part of the daily activities is perceived as concentrated work (53% in this study). Hence, a lack of privacy at the workplace may be considered as a serious environmental stressor. Activity-based work environments usually provide non-assigned private rooms, to be used on an as-need basis. Is this an effectiv...
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Het Nieuwe Werken gaat momenteel een tweede fase in. Van een periode waarin de bricks en de bytes centraal stonden in het veranderingsproces, naar een periode waarin het veranderen van behaviour leidend is. Dit gaat gepaard met meer aandacht en ruimte voor individuele verschillen en het vraagt om innovatie op het snijvlak van HRM, ICT en FM. Wat be...
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Dutch textbook that discusses all steps from formulating a vision, mnission and organisation strategy to writing a brief, designing a building, and managing buildings-in-use, both on object level and portfoliolevel, taking into account the interests and preferences of all stakeholders and the best possible match between a static sreal estate supply...

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To explore which values are included in strategic and daily FM and CREM, which ones are prioritised, why and by whom, how adding value is managed and how added values are measured.