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Colenberg, S.E. (author), Jylhä, T.E. (author), Arkesteijn, M.H. (author)
Health is a trending topic in the office market, yet scientific research on healthy offices is scattered. This study undertakes a systematic literature review on the relationship between the interior space of offices and physical, psychological and social well-being. The review identifies the characteristics of interior office space that have...
journal article 2020
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Du, Y. (author), Arkesteijn, M.H. (author), den Heijer, A.C. (author), Kun, Song (author)
Higher education institutions (HEIs) in both early and mature stages of sustainable development (SD) have been moving toward sustainability. Methods for assessing SD have been developed from global and regional contexts to support sustainability efforts. The purpose of this paper is to formulate guidelines as input to develop a sustainable...
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Broekhuizen, A. (author), Arkesteijn, M.H. (author), de Jong, P. (author), Van Nieuwamerongen, Frido (author)
Handbooks on strategic real estate management are generally based on four strategies for functional adjustment of the building: Conversion, expansion, renovation and adaptive reuse. And on a strategic level, this classification in adjustment strategies does work for real estate in general. But when looking at Dutch primary schools as a...
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Valks, B. (author), Arkesteijn, M.H. (author), Koutamanis, A. (author), den Heijer, A.C. (author)
At universities worldwide, creating a ‘smart campus’ is gaining significance. This is a response to the increasingly dynamic use of the campus and the pressure on resources: energy, financial and human resources. The university community has become more mobile, student numbers more unpredictable and funding more uncertain. Consequently, campus...
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Arkesteijn, M.H. (author)
One of the long-standing issues in the field of corporate real estate management<br/>is the alignment of an organization’s real estate to its corporate strategy. In the<br/>last thirty years, fourteen Corporate Real Estate (CRE) alignment models have<br/>been made. In some of these CRE alignment models it is indicated that they strive<br/>for...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Curvelo Magdaniel, F.T.J. (author), den Heijer, A.C. (author), Arkesteijn, M.H. (author)
Since 2013, TU Delft’s Campus Research Team has studied various perspectives on (managing) the European university campus, from governance issues and workplace trend scenarios to energy-efficient strategies and smart tools. Results were published as journal papers and policy reports and in the 2014 book "The European Campus - heritage and...
book 2019
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Valks, B. (author), Arkesteijn, M.H. (author), den Heijer, A.C. (author)
The purpose of this study is to generate knowledge about the use of smart campus tools to improve the effective and efficient use of campuses. Many universities are facing a challenge in attuning their accommodation to organisational demand. How can universities invest their resources as effectively as possible and not in space that will be...
journal article 2019
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Rymarzak, M. (author), den Heijer, A.C. (author), Curvelo Magdaniel, F.T.J. (author), Arkesteijn, M.H. (author)
The purpose of this article is to describe the effects of university governance on campus management based on the examples of the Netherlands and Poland. The study connected theory on campus management with a concept of five dimensions of university governance (autonomy, management, participation, accountability and transparency) into an...
journal article 2019
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Jylhä, T.E. (author), Remøy, Hilde (author), Arkesteijn, M.H. (author)
Purpose: As corporations change their way of working, the importance of corporate real estate (CRE) management has increased. Hence, there is a need to structure the existing knowledge and to identify the latest developments in CRE research. This paper aims to identify the major developments and changed paradigms in CRE research in 2005-2015....
review 2019
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Curvelo Magdaniel, F.T.J. (author), den Heijer, A.C. (author), Arkesteijn, M.H. (author)
Purpose: This paper aims to underpin the importance of the availability (or absence) of campus management information (CMI) in supporting universities’ goals. Design/methodology/approach: Four perspectives of campus management were used to develop a structured survey enquiring campus managers about universities’ goals, finances, users and...
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Valks, B. (author), Vande Putte, H.J.M. (author), Arkesteijn, M.H. (author), den Heijer, A.C. (author)
Het onderzoek naar smart tools is gestart naar aanleiding van een probleem dat bekend is bij zowel studenten en docenten als bij campusmanagers: gereserveerde maar (deels) ongebruikte of onderbenutte ruimte. Dit probleem is een grote ergernis, vooral in geval van ruimteschaarste. Bij de campusmanagers van de Nederlandse universiteiten, en bij de...
journal article 2019
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Valks, B. (author), Arkesteijn, M.H. (author), den Heijer, A.C. (author)
“Everything is booked, but many rooms and seats are empty”. This problem was the basis of the ‘Smart campus tools’ research and is familiar to both users and campus managers alike. On today’s university campus - with an increasing amount of students, part-time researchers, guest professors and other visitors - many users are looking for a place...
book 2018
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Nase, I. (author), Arkesteijn, M.H. (author)
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to investigate how strategic corporate real estate (CRE) management varies across different types of organizational culture. Additionally, the authors examine how a set of well-established strategies is categorized by CRE executives and investigate whether there have been any changes in priorities of...
journal article 2018
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Heywood, Christopher (author), Arkesteijn, M.H. (author)
Purpose: This paper aims to report an analysis of the graphical representations of 14 corporate real estate (CRE) models. It does this to establish the systematic, metatheoretical requirements for modelling CRE alignment which to date have been disguised in a multitude of models. Design/methodology/approach: This meta study of CRE alignment...
journal article 2018
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Valks, B. (author), Arkesteijn, M.H. (author), den Heijer, A.C. (author), Vande Putte, H.J.M. (author)
Purpose: The objective of corporate real estate management is to optimally attune corporate accommodation to organisational performance. At universities, the dynamic process to match supply and demand is often hindered by difficulties in the allocation and use of space. This is a challenge for the Dutch universities and perhaps also European...
journal article 2018
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Nase, I. (author), Arkesteijn, M.H. (author)
The quote “Culture eats strategy for breakfast” was made famous by Mark Field, president at Ford, in 2006 and has, ever since, been a guiding principle in management practice of corporations operating across the globe. The general management profession has widely embraced culture as a key factor in strategy design. However, in corporate real...
journal article 2017
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Nase, I. (author), Gupta, K. (author), Arkesteijn, M.H. (author)
Multinational corporations are faced with the need to centralize decision-making regarding their real estate to increase its agility in meeting rapidly changing business needs. In this new scenario of ‘acting globally and thinking locally’ understanding cultural variations across nations and organizations alike is crucial. Analyzing the link...
report 2017
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De Visser, Hylke (author), Arkesteijn, M.H. (author), Binnekamp, R. (author), de Graaf, R.P. (author)
Purpose –Alignment of corporate real estate to a corporation’s business strategy is a long-standing issue. In the past multiple models have been developed to support this process, but research shows that they fall short on certain parts of the CRE alignment activity, often lack transparency and fail to choose the real estate strategy that...
conference paper 2017
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Nase, I. (author), Arkesteijn, M.H. (author)
The quote Culture eats strategy for breakfast was made famous by Mark Field, president at Ford, in 2006 and has ever since been a guiding principle in management practice of corporations operating across the globe. General management profession has widely embraced culture as a key factor in strategy design. However, in corporate real estate (CRE...
abstract 2017
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Heywood, Christopher (author), Arkesteijn, M.H. (author)
Purpose: This paper advances the concept of meta-Corporate Real Estate Management (metaCREM) as an adjunct to existing knowledge work in the field. It argues for its existence and relevance, and suggests a number of areas where research with such a focus could occur to advance knowledge in the field.<br/>Method: The method is what might be...
abstract 2017
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