In the rapidly changing world, a new management paradigm focused on collaboration for customer value generating processes is needed.

Jack van der Veen is professor at Nyenrode Business University and holds the evofenedex chair in Supply Chain Management.

In 1986, Jack completed his studies in Econometrics (cum laude) and obtained in 1992 his PhD in Economic Sciences at the university of Groningen. In 1990 Jack came to Nyenrode and has worked in various roles (including Associate Dean Degree Programs) with a short break between 2009-2012 when he worked at the University of Amsterdam. 

Jack's research interests are in Operations Research, Operations & Logistics Management, Lean and Supply Chain Management. His work focuses on implementation issues in chain cooperation (and in particular logistics chains, construction chains and care chains). He is interested in how cooperation in the internal and external chains can be stimulated and how the underlying problems can be eliminated. This is a multidisciplinary study in which collaboration between disciplines is very important; Nyenrode is a great environment for research with its inspiring and committed colleagues.

Jack is interested in how cooperation in the internal and external chains can be stimulated and the underlying problems removed. This is multi-disciplinary research in which cooperation between fields is very important; Nyenrode and its inspiring and involved colleagues create a great environment for this. Jack focuses on implementation issues in supply chain management (logistics chains, construction chains and healthcare chains). He lectures in many master's programs, executive programs, seminars and workshops within various institutions, mainly on topics related to Supply Chain Management.

Jack teaches at Nyenrode and various institutions on a large number of master's programs, executive programs, seminars and workshops, mainly based on Supply Chain Management related topics.

He has published many articles, both in international research journals and in management-oriented journals. He also regularly publishes blogs & columns about chain cooperation, sustainability and (social) innovation on various websites. He is also co-initiator of the Supply Chain Excellence Leadership Platform (SCELP).

Secondary positions

  • Self-employed worker without employees at Jackomodo
  • External lecturer at external institutes & companies
  • Guest speaker for numerous meetings

Interests

Jack likes to do sports in his spare time (tennis, cycling, hiking, skiing, etc.) 

Most relevant publications

  • Van der Veen, J. A., & Venugopal, V. (2014). Economic and environmental performance of the firm: Synergy or trade-off? Insights from the EOQ model. In Handbook of EOQ inventory problems (pp. 121-137). Springer, Boston, MA.
  • Van der Rhee, B., Schmidt, G., Van der Veen, J. A., & Venugopal, V. (2014). Revenue-sharing contracts across an extended supply chain. Business Horizons57(4), 473-482.
  • Kishna, T., Blomme, R. J., & Van der Veen, J. A. (2016). Organizational routines: Developing a duality model to explain the effects of strategic change initiatives. In Organizational Change Management Strategies in Modern Business (pp. 363-385). IGI Global.
  • Gülyaz, E., Van der Veen, J. A., Venugopal, V., & Solaimani, S. (2019). Towards a holistic view of customer value creation in Lean: A design science approach. Cogent Business & Management6(1), 1602924.
  • Solaimani, S., Van der Veen, J., Sobek II, D. K., Gulyaz, E., & Venugopal, V. (2019). On the application of Lean principles and practices to innovation management. The TQM Journal 31(6), pp. 1064-1092.

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