• De Zaale, Atlas 7.404

    Eindhoven

    Nederland

  • P.O. Box 513, Atlas 7.404

    5600 MB Eindhoven

    Nederland

Organisatieprofiel

Introductie / missie

People are most comfortable and productive in their work when it is organized in a humane way, taking not only technical and control requirements but also human needs and aspirations into account.

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At HPM we support organizations to optimize the full potential of their core asset: people

Over de organisatie

Organizations can only excel when their employees are prepared to do their utmost (for the organization). In our view, management’s function is to create optimal conditions for employees so they can thrive. By means of aligning technological, social, organizational and personal factors, excellent performance can be achieved. Human Performance Management (HPM) at TU/e develops scientific knowledge and tests theories that uncover and explain psychological processes contributing to performance at the organizational, team and individual level. By examining the ‘people factor’ in operational and innovation processes, HPM aims to ensure that employees can help in bringing organizational strategies to fruition in the most rewarding and efficient way possible.

Our research is focused on finding ways in which (human) performance in the workplace can be enhanced. It has a positive focus, striving for performance optimization rather than risk management. The research in our group is both human- and process-oriented. We focus on how humans regulate their behavior towards goal accomplishment rather than on the measurement and control of performance, and on the (re)design of socio-technical systems in which human and (work)task aspects are optimally aligned and integrated. 

Our expertise can contribute significantly to making people's working lives healthier, safer, and more engaging and to better functioning organizations.

The group’s work spans three main topics. 

  • ‘Managing work’ looks at management of work processes in organizations and designing performance management systems, as well as what strategies people use to complete their tasks and to solve problems.
  • ‘Managing change’ focuses on redesigning operational processes (including structure and culture) or implementing (technological) innovations that give people better opportunities to contribute to organizational goals and performance. 
  • ‘Managing people’ is about optimizing the workforce in order to reach/achieve organizational goals, attract the right people and keep employees motivated, healthy and contributing to organizational performance.  

We collaborate with colleagues from our own department (Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences) but also from other departments such as Industrial Design, Mechanical Engineering and Built Environment. Further we have a large network of organizations with whom we conduct collaborative (research) projects. 

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    projecten

    Onderzoeksoutput

    Aberrant personality tendencies and academic success throughout engineering education

    Bipp, T., Kleingeld, A. & Snijders, C., 1 apr 2020, In : Journal of Personality. 88, 2, blz. 201-216 16 blz.

    Onderzoeksoutput: Bijdrage aan tijdschriftTijdschriftartikelAcademicpeer review

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  • Uitrusting

    Human Performance Management (HPM Lab)

    S. Rispens (Manager)

    Human Performance Management

    Uitrusting/faciliteit: Onderzoekslaboratorium

    Prijzen

    Academic Citizenship Award

    Llewellyn van Zyl (Ontvanger), 2013

    Prijs: AndersWerk, activiteit of publicatie gerelateerde prijzen (lifetime, best paper, poster etc.)Wetenschappelijk

  • Academy of Management - Best Research Proposal in Leadership Award

    Josette M.P. Gevers (Ontvanger), 2018

    Prijs: AndersWerk, activiteit of publicatie gerelateerde prijzen (lifetime, best paper, poster etc.)Wetenschappelijk

  • Best Academic Paper Award

    Josette Gevers (Ontvanger), 11 apr 2011

    Prijs: AndersWerk, activiteit of publicatie gerelateerde prijzen (lifetime, best paper, poster etc.)Wetenschappelijk

    Activiteiten

    Challenges & Hormones

    Leander van der Meij (Spreker)
    13 jul 2019

    Activiteit: Types gesprekken of presentatiesGenodigd sprekerWetenschappelijk

    Building comfort: the relationship between quality of work environment and hormonal levels

    Leander van der Meij (Spreker)
    30 mei 2019

    Activiteit: Types gesprekken of presentatiesAangemelde presentatieWetenschappelijk

    Building comfort and hormonal levels

    Leander van der Meij (Spreker)
    24 mei 2019

    Activiteit: Types gesprekken of presentatiesAangemelde presentatieWetenschappelijk

    Knipsels

    Running Addiction: How Exercise Can Become an Unhealthy Obsession

    Jan de Jonge

    21/03/20

    1 item van Media-aandacht

    Pers / media: Vakinhoudelijk commentaar

    Obsessive runners could be putting themselves at increased risk of injury

    Jan de Jonge

    13/03/20

    1 item van Media-aandacht

    Pers / media: Vakinhoudelijk commentaar

    Running addiction may add to injury woes of athletes: study

    Jan de Jonge

    7/03/208/03/20

    6 items van Media-aandacht

    Pers / media: Vakinhoudelijk commentaar

    Scripties/Masterproeven

    A generic blueprint for shared-decision making applications in cancer care

    Auteur: Gökçeoğlu, I., 31 aug 2017

    Begeleider: Vanderfeesten, I. (Afstudeerdocent 1), Vanwersch, R. (Afstudeerdocent 2) & Kleingeld, P. (Afstudeerdocent 2)

    Scriptie/masterproef: Master

    Bestand

    A method to enable ability-based resource allocation for runtime process management in manufacturing

    Auteur: Jie-A-Looi, X., 31 okt 2017

    Begeleider: Vanderfeesten, I. (Afstudeerdocent 1), Erasmus, J. (Afstudeerdocent 2), Kleingeld, P. (Afstudeerdocent 2) & Traganos, K. (Afstudeerdocent 2)

    Scriptie/masterproef: Master

    Bestand

    Analyzing workaholism and its antecedents and consequences using the job demands-resources model

    Auteur: le Clercq, R., 31 jan 2017

    Begeleider: Le Blanc, P. (Afstudeerdocent 1), Kleingeld, P. (Afstudeerdocent 2) & van der Meij, L. (Afstudeerdocent 2)

    Scriptie/masterproef: Master

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