Jeroen is considered thought-leader on Best Value in the Netherlands. He is co-author of the Dutch standard text book on Best Value (“Prestatieinkoop”). This book was on the longlist for “Management book of the year” (2011). In 2013 the 3rd edition was published. In 2016 Polish and Norwegian translations of the book are published. Jeroen is also co-author of the case book “Best Value werkt”, published by the Dutch Best Value Association.
Jeroen has extensive experience (>70 projects) in both the public and private sector. His work with the Fast Track project team of Rijkswaterstaat can be seen as the breakthrough for the Best Value approach in the Netherlands. This project also led to Rijkswaterstaat winning the Dutch Sourcing Awards in 2012. Next to that, Jeroen was the first to introduce Best Value in numerous sectors; he is a pioneer in e.g. the IT sector (Dutch Tax Office), the social domain (municipality of Rotterdam) and the health care sector (Zilveren Kruis Achmea).
- Co-author of the 3 Dutch books on Best Value
- Over 70 projects on Best Value; both in private sector and public sector
- Awarded Best Value Practitioner of the Year 2012 by Dean Kashiwagi
- Program Director Best Value for NEVI ((Dutch association of procurement agents)
- Initiator and member of the Dutch Certification Board
- Member of the Rijkswaterstaat team in the Fasttrack projects; winner of Dutch Sourcing Awards 2012
- Over 20 papers on BV published
- Coach of the core teams of Rijkswaterstaat & Dutch Railway
- Trainer for the 2-day course on Best Value for NEVI (Dutch association of procurement agents)
- 2014-2016 score of 4.78 (scale 1-5) on "level of expertise" (200 respondents); top 10% score of all NEVI trainers across all NEVI courses
- 2014-2016 score of 8.29 (scale 1-10) on "overall score of training" (200 respondents); top 10% score of all NEVI courses
- Over 500 presentations
Jeroen is member of the International Advisory Board of the Performance Based Studies Research Group (Arizona State University) and of the Editorial board of the “Journal for the Advancement of Performance Information and Value”.