Prof.dr. W.A.G.A. (Harry) Bouwman

Profile

Harry Bouwman is full Professor at Åbo Akademi University, Finland and Associate Professor at TU Delft, The Netherlands.  He also has been a Finnish Distinguished Professor from 201-2015. He is managing co-editor of Telematics & Informatics and senior editor of Electronic Markets. He extensively published in academic journals like Electronic Commerce Research and Applications, European Journal of Innovation Management, Futures, Information & Management, Interacting with Computers, Information Systems and E-Business Management, Journal of Business Research, Journal of Information Systems Frontiers, Journal of Information Technology, Quality and Quantity, and Telecommunications Policy

He served as an interim chair of the ICT-section in the period 2000-2002, in 2004 and from 2007- 2009. He studied political science at the Free University of Amsterdam (1979). He is specialized in research methods and techniques, statistic and communication sciences. He followed courses in the domain of Computer Science at the Open University (1985-86). He received his PhD at Catholic University Nijmegen in 1986 at the Faculty of Social Science.  

Research

Currently Harry Bouwman is leading and engaged in H2020 project. Envision. The ENVISION project aims at activating small businesses to innovate their business models. ENVISION gathers nine partners and their European wide networks to support business model innovation in 20 million European SMEs. Business model innovation can be the key to becoming or staying competitive. To support European competitiveness and job creation, the ENVISION project aims at activating small and medium sized enterprises (SME) across Europe to re-think and transform their business models with the help of an easy-to-use, open-access web platform. Through this platform, every small or medium company, regardless of the country, sector or industry, will be guided in selecting the right tools for their business make over. Research focus on quantitative analyses as well as on case studies.

  • Preparation for the Master Thesis
    2016/2017
    Master Management of Technology
    ECTS: 6
  • Research Methods
    2016/2017
    Master Management of Technology
    ECTS: 5
  • E-Business Strategy and Implementation
    2016/2017
    Master Systems Engineering, Policy Analysis & Man.
    ECTS: 5
  • Bouwman, H., R. Bons, M. Hoogeweegen, M. Janssen, & H. Pr (2008), Let thousand flowers blossom. Essays in commemoration of prof. dr. Rene Wagenaar. Amsterdam: IOS Press. ISBN 978-1-58603-879-3
  • Bouwman, H., T. Haaker & H. De Vos (2008), Mobile service innovation and business models. Heidelberg: Springer. ISBN 978-3-540-79237-6
  • Bouwman, H., B. Van den Hooff, L van de Wijngaert, & J. Van (2005), Information and Communication Technology in Organizations. London: Sage. ISBN 1-4129-0089-1, pp. 223.
  • B. Preissl, H. Bouwman & C. Steinfield (eds) (2003), E-life after the Dot.com bust. Berlin; Physica Verlag. ISBN 3-7908-0083-X.
  • Bouwman, H. & Christoffersen, M. (eds) (1992), Relaunching Videotex. Dordrecht/Boston/ London: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  • Bouwman, H., E. Dommering, N. van Eijk, N. Sitompoel & H de (2004), Interconnectie. Het vaste telefoonnet, het mobiele net en internet (Interconenction. The fixed, mobile and Internet networks). ITeR studie 01438305.
  • Bouwman, H., Dijk, J. van, Hooff, B. & Wijngaert L. van de (2002), ICT in organisaties: Adoptie, Implementatie, Gebruik en Effect. (ICT in Organisations: Adoption, Implementation, Use and Effect). Amsterdam: Boom Uitgever.
  • Bouwman, H. & Hin. P. (2000), E-commerce en de klant: nieuwe modellen voor communicatie (E-commerce and the customer: new models for communication). Deventer: Kluwer Bedrijfswetenschap.
  • Bouwman, H. & Hulsink, W. (eds.) (2000), Silicon Valley in de polder. ICT-clusters in de lage landen (Silicon Valley in the Polder: ICT-clusters in the low countries). Utrecht Lemma.
  • Bouwman, H. (ed.) (2000), Communicatie in de informatiesamenleving (Communication in the Information Society). Utrecht Lemma.
  • Bouwman, H. & Wijngaert, L. van de (eds.) (1996), Multimedia en Route. Amsterdam: Otto Cramwinckel.
  • Bouwman, H., Nouwens, J. Baaijens, J. & Slootman, A. (1996), Een Schat aan Informatie. Toegankelijkheid van Overheidsinformatie (An Information Treasure: Accessibility of Government Information). Den Haag/Amsterdam: Rathenau Instituut/Otto Cramwinckel.
  • Boer, D. J. den, Bouwman, H., Frissen, V. en Houben, M. (1994), Methodologie en statistiek van communicatieonderzoek (Methodology and Statistics for Communication Science). Houten: Bohn, Stafleu en Van Loghum.
  • Bouwman, H. & Pröpper, S. (1993), Multimedia tussen hope en hype (Multimedia between hope and hype). Amsterdam: Otto Cramwinckel uitgever.
  • Bouwman, H., Nelissen, P. & Vooijs, M. (eds.) (1991), Tussen vraag en aanbod: de optimalisering van de informatievoorziening. (Between Supply and Demand: optimizing information provision) Amsterdam: Uitgeverij Otto Cramwinckel.

Harry Bouwman

Full Prof Åbo Akademi University, Finland and Associate Professor TU Delft, The Netherlands

Department:
Engineering Systems and Services

Group:
Information and Communication Technology

Secretary: 
Laura Bruns

Research interests:
ICT and organizations, strategic management, Business/Enterprise Architecture
Business models, Customer Value, Network formation, specifically with regard to SMEs, and to Mobile telecommunication services
Innovation Management, ICT-entrepreneurship, high-tech ICT clusters or technopoles, incubators, role of national and local governments


Additional information

Dr. W.A.G.A. Bouwman