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van Nifterik, Wies (author)
The COVID-19 pandemic had a major impact on the daily routines of families in the Netherlands. From March 2020, strict measures were taken by the government to prevent the spread of the virus; The Dutch population was under quarantine. This caused many changes in the everyday life of families. Using an exploratory process with six families,...
master thesis 2020
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van Kuijk, Kees (author)
For technology firms like Barco, radical innovation a way to escape intense competition, but also crucial for long-term survival as they provide the foundations on which future generations of products are created (McDermott & O’Connor, 2002; Sandberg & Aarikk-Stenroos, 2014). However, a required mature radical innovation capability in...
master thesis 2019
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Rutte, Willemijn (author)
Organisations need to go through continuous change in order to maintain a sustainable competitive advantage. This change is often expressed in a vision which should engage and involve all stakeholders. However, implementing change successfully turns out to be a challenge since two in three change processes stall. Ink Strategy is a visual...
master thesis 2019
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Dankfort, Zoë (author)
The need for companies to innovate continuously has never been greater, due to the complex and dynamic conditions in which they compete today (Gumusluoglu & Ilsev, 2009; Tellis et. al., 2009). The ones who need to innovate, are the employees of an organization. However, to properly innovate, the employees need to understand and be engaged...
master thesis 2018
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Vermeulen, Rubi (author)
According to the literature, sleep deprivation is becoming more common among women between the age of 35-54. These women are easily affected by stress due to their peculiar hormonal, familial and social conditions. Their lifestyle rhythm is shifting towards a 24/7 time-schedule where there is a massive presence of technologies and stressful...
master thesis 2018
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Kolekar, S.B. (author)
The purpose of this study is to develop and validate a Human-like steering model which can capture steering behaviour, including intra-driver variability, in both routine and emergency scenarios. The model is based on the assumption that steering behaviour, in both scenarios, is governed by the same principles as performing point-to-point...
master thesis 2016
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Rutten, D.H.G. (author)
An explorative study into elegant designs for connectedness. Three different social profiles are selected based on characteristic social behaviours, norms and values. For these three profiles three conceptual designs are developed and prototyped.
master thesis 2009
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Matsuhashi, N. (author)
Introduction: This study explores a method to designing less resource-intensive forms of everyday life. The method is geared toward the early phase of product development, which is the generation of insights and design ideas. Looking at daily behavior, one can observe clear differences between different cultures. From this observation, the study...
master thesis 2009
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