Arjan van Weele
prof. dr. Arjan van Weele

Welcome! This website still serves as an important source of information and inspiration to those who consider procurement as a future careerpath and those who want to bring procurement to the next level in their organization. I am grateful that so many students and professionals still visit this website! Meanwhile I have rewritten my major textbooks together with a few esteemed and beloved colleagues and friends. Both the Dutch and English textbooks come with a great and detailed set of teacher materials. Both books are the best I ever made and are my legacy to the profession that I owe so much!

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Why we need to change course in procurement
The transition to a more sustainable and circular world cannot be made if we do not change and embrace procurement! read more

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 The Value Chain Shift', 2014

The Value Chain Shift', 2014

With the results of a two year research project conducted by IMD, Lausanne. read more
New 'International Contracting'

New 'International Contracting'

Update on new 'International Contracting: Contract Management for Complex Projects', Imperial College Press, London, 2014  read more

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CPO Summit >

Exclusive CPO event on invitation only for Dutch and Belgian CPO's. Hotel Kerckebosch. May, 25th-26th , 2023

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Verkopers Moeten Stoppen met Verkopen

Verkopers Moeten Stoppen met Verkopen

Interview in Sales Management on 'Verkopers Moeten Stoppen met Verkopen', June, 2014 (Dutch text) read more
Suppliers Impact on Customer Satisfaction

Suppliers Impact on Customer Satisfaction

Market Orientation and Innovativeness in Supply Chains read more

Handboek Effectief Opleiden

Cross-functionele teams: interventies vergroten kans op succes. read more

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Paul Polman and Andrew Winston, Net Positive, How courageous companies thrive by giving more than they take

This impressive book tells Paul Polman's uphill battle at Unilever to change a corporation's business model from a financial, shareholder driven to a stakeholder value driven model. A Must Read for everyone who is serious about long term survival!

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