• Oorzaken van ondernemingen in moeilijkheden: een vragenlijst als diagnose-instrument

      Ooghe, Hubert; De Prijcker, Sofie (Accountancy en Bedrijfskunde Maandschrift, 2006)
    • Op automatische piloot vliegen is niet langer mogelijk,

      Van den Berghe, Lutgart (De Verzekeringswereld, 1989)
    • Op zoek naar een balans tussen werk en privé

      De Hauw, Sara; De Vos, Ans; Sels, Luc (Over.Werk, 2014)
    • Op zoek naar een leeftijdsbewust personeelsbeleid dat langer werken stimuleert

      Remue, Jonathan; Van Bruystegem, Kristien; De Vos, Ans (Over.Werk, 2010)
    • Opbouw en gebruik van falingsprevisiemodellen

      Ooghe, Hubert; Joos, Philip; De Vos, Donaat (Cash Flow, 1991)
    • Opciones estratégicas en las industrias convergentes

      Hacklin, Fredrik; Battistini, Boris; von Krogh, Georg (Harvard Deusto Business Review, 2014)
    • Open data platforms: discussing alternative knowledge epistemologies

      Danneels, Lieselot; Viaene, Stijn; Van den Bergh, Joachim (Government Information Quarterly, 2017)
      Although vast amounts of data have been opened by several levels of government around the world and high hopes continue to be expressed with respect to open data's potential for innovation, whether open government data (OGD) will live up to expectations is still questioned. Up to now, the OGD literature has focused mostly on the technical side of open data, with little focus on network aspects. We argue that a definition of what an OGD platform is, and what is within its scope, is lacking. In this exploratory article, we use three knowledge epistemologies - cognitivist, connectionist, and autopoietic - as a lens to examine OGD platforms and to define three different platform types. To validate and further enrich the platform types and to identify which types are most prevalent in case study research and which are underrepresented, we performed a literature review of case studies on OGD platforms published in the main e-government outlets between 2009 and 2016. Looking for elements of each OGD platform type in the case study literature resulted in a pressing question for more empirical research focusing on the network aspects of OGD platforms. We also highlighted the underrepresentation of the autopoietic OGD platform type in case study research. We conclude this article by providing a research agenda for OGD platforms.
    • Open en afstandsleren binnen Vlaamse bedrijven

      Buyens, Dirk; De Vos, Ans; Wouters, Karen (Over.Werk, 2003)
    • Open innovation in SMEs: Trends, motives and management challenges

      Van de Vrande, Vareska J.A.; De Jong, Jeroen; Vanhaverbeke, Wim; De Rochemont, Maurice (Technovation, 2009)
    • Opening the black box of efficiency measurement: input allocation in multi-output settings

      Cherchye, Laurens; De Rock, Bram; Dierynck, Bart; Roodhooft, Filip (Operations Research, 2013)
      We develop a new Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA)-based methodology for measuring the efficiency of Decision Making Units (DMUs) characterized by multiple inputs and multiple outputs. The distinguishing feature of our method is that it explicitly includes information about output-specific inputs and joint inputs in the efficiency evaluation. This contributes to opening the “black box” of efficiency measurement in two different ways. First, including information on the input allocation substantially increases the discriminatory power of the efficiency measurement. Second, it allows us to decompose the efficiency value of a DMU into output-specific efficiency values which facilitates the identification of the outputs the manager should focus on to remedy the observed inefficiency. We demonstrate the usefulness and managerial implications of our methodology by means of a unique data set collected from the Activity Based Costing (ABC) system of a large service company with 290 DMUs.
    • Opening the channels of communication

      Louche, Céline (European Business Forum, 2004)
    • Opening the gates: A framework for an open banking strategy

      Standaert, Willem; Muylle, Steve; Cumps, Bjorn (Journal of Digital Banking, 2020)
      This paper provides decision makers in digital banking with a framework for developing their open banking strategies. Based on interviews with experts from leading banks and insurers, FinTech and big tech, a large consultancy and the regulator, we have identified five strategic dimensions of open banking — product innovation, customer experience integration, ecosystem competition, datascape and geographical scope — and mapped the relationships between them. Decision makers in financial services can assess their position on these important dimensions of open banking and set their strategic direction. Using the framework, we also illustrate how hitherto relatively closed banks with a dominant market position are starting to transform into open ecosystem players that embrace digital innovation. Likewise, we show how open banking initiatives of big tech and FinTech can be mapped on the framework. In addition, the paper reviews how regulation, market and digital technology impact open banking strategy.
    • Operating room planning and scheduling problems: a classification scheme

      Cardoen, Brecht; Demeulemeester, Erik; Beliën, Jeroen (International Journal of Health Management and Information, 2010)
    • Operating room planning and scheduling: A literature review

      Cardoen, Brecht; Demeulemeester, Erik; Beliën, Jeroen (European Journal of Operational Research, 2010)
    • Operating room planning and scheduling: Solving a surgical case sequencing problem

      Cardoen, Brecht (4OR - A quarterly Journal of Operations Research, 2010)
    • Operating theatre modelling: integrating social measures

      Van Huele, Christophe; Vanhoucke, Mario (Journal of Simulation, 2015)
      Hospital resource modelling literature is primarily focussed on productivity and efficiency measures. In this paper, our focus is on the alignment of the most valuable revenue factor, the operating room (OR) with the most valuable cost factor, the staff. When aligning these economic and social decisions, respectively, into one sustainable model, simulation results justify the integration of these factors. This research shows that integrating staff decisions and OR decisions results in better solutions for both entities. A discrete event simulation approach is used as a performance test to evaluate an integrated and an iterative model. Experimental analysis show how our integrated approach can benefit the alignment of the planning of the human resources as well as the planning of the capacity of the OR based on both economic related metrics (lead time, overtime, number of patients rejected) and social related metrics (personnel preferences, aversions, roster quality).
    • Operational risk and reputation in financial institutions: Does media tone make a difference?

      Barakat, Ahmed; Ashby, Simon; Fenn, Paul; Bryce, Cormac (Journal of Banking & Finance, 2019)
      Operational risk announcements are unexpected adverse media news that potentially harm the reputation of financial institutions. This paper examines the equity-based and debt-based reputational effects of financial sentiment tones in operational risk announcements and shows how such reputational effects are moderated by alternative sources of public information. Our analysis reveals that the net negative tone and litigious tone have adverse reputational effects, and the uncertainty tone mitigates the adverse reputational impact. Additionally, alternative, simultaneous sources of information neutralize the reputational effects of textual tones. First, third-party information about the event (i.e. regulatory announcements and final settlements) dissolves the favorable (adverse) reputational impact of the uncertainty tone (litigious tone). Second, loss amount disclosure and firm recognition substitute the reputational effects of the net negative tone and uncertainty tone only in Anglo-Saxon countries and market-based economies. Overall, our findings indicate that the reputational effects of the media materialize most when there is lack of certain, quantifiable and regulated public information about the operational risk event.
    • Operationele belastingen en analyse van jaarrekeningen

      Roodhooft, Filip; Beeckmans, Koen; Reyns, Carl (Accountancy en Bedrijfskunde Kwartaalschrift, 1995)