Remco Siebelink is an assistant professor of high-tech business management. He has specialized in the area of strategic and long-term planning in challenging business environments, with a particular interest in the role of human behavior, cognition, and strategy tools in the ongoing survival and prosperity of high-tech firms. Remco's doctoral dissertation on the theme of surviving and prospering in challenging business environments covered the domains of roadmapping, scenario analysis, sensing, shaping, and selecting strategic options, exploration-exploitation, and cognition and attention. He intends to continue working on the topics discussed, initiating new projects in close collaboration with industry.
Business & Economics
# Business Environment # Construction Industry # Roadmapping # Scenario Analysis # Strategic Options
# Construction Industry # Scenario # Uncertainty
Skute, I. , & Siebelink, R. (2023). The Entrepreneur, Venture or University Support? Examining University Spinoff Funding Success using Configurational Approach. Paper presented at European Academy of Management Conference, EURAM 2023, Dublin, Ireland.
Hofman, E. , Siebelink, R. , Schweisfurth, T. G. , & de Visser, M. (2022). Impacts of Cognitive Traits on Performance in the Fuzzy Front End of Innovation: Idea Generation and Selection. Paper presented at 29th Innovation and Product Development Management Conference, IPDMC 2022, Hamburg, Germany.
Skute, I. , & Siebelink, R. (2022). In Search Of a Magic Recipe. Seeking New Configurations of Early-Stage University Spinoff Funding Success. Paper presented at 29th Innovation and Product Development Management Conference, IPDMC 2022, Hamburg, Germany.
Siebelink, R. , Hofman, E. , Halman, J. I. M., & Nee, I. (2021). Roadmapping: (Missed) opportunities to overcome strategic challenges. Business horizons, 64(4), 501-512. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bushor.2021.02.014
Siebelink, R. (2021). Surviving and Prospering in Challenging Business Environments: Combining Roadmapping and Scenario Analysis. [PhD Thesis - Research UT, graduation UT, University of Twente]. University of Twente. https://doi.org/10.3990/1.9789036549813
Siebelink, R. , & Hofman, E. (2020). Individual Cognitive Capabilities, Strategy Tools, and their Combined Impact on Strategic Options. Paper presented at 80th Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2020, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Siebelink, R. , & Hofman, E. (2020). The Effects of Individual Cognitive Capabilities and Strategy Tools on Excellence in the Generation of High-Quality Strategic Options: Toward a Configurational Perspective. Paper presented at 27th Innovation and Product Development Management Conference, IPDMC 2020, Antwerp, Belgium.
Siebelink, R. , & Hofman, E. (2019). Individual Cognitive Capabilities, Strategy Tools, and their Impact on Strategic Option Generation: Toward a Configurational Perspective. Paper presented at 3rd International QCA Paper Development Workshop 2019, Zürich, Switzerland.
Siebelink, R. , Hofman, E. , Halman, J. I. M., & Nee, I. (2019). SWOT Versus Scenario: An Experiment on Strategic Option Identification. Paper presented at 26th Innovation and Product Development Management Conference 2019, Leicester, United Kingdom.
Siebelink, R. , Hofman, E. , Halman, J. I. M., & Nee, I. (2019). The Influence of Scenario Analysis on Strategic Real Option Generation and Evaluation: Experimental Evidence. Paper presented at 27th Annual High Technology Small Firms Conference, HTSF 2019, Enschede, Netherlands.
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