Arjan van Weele
prof. dr. Arjan van Weele

Welcome! On November 30th, after almost 40 years, I had a great farewell from Eindhoven University of Technology. Thanks to all who made this event possible. I am grateful to have been able to shake hands with so many dear friends and colleagues! Although my academic work has come to an end, I will continue to keep interest in and contribute to the (inter)national purchasing and supply management community that is so dear to me!

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Waarom CFOs hun visie op inkoop moeten veranderen
CFOs staan met hun korte termijn focus op winstmaximalisatie en werkkapitaal vermindering innovaties in inkoop in de weg. CFOs moeten waardecreatie centraal stellen. read more
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New videos on our new PhD project: Effects of Perceptual Differences on Project Results

New videos on our new PhD project: Effects of Perceptual Differences on Project Results

Project management is all about managing perceptions and perceptual differences among parties involved! read more
New article: 'Purchasing Culture: Can We Change It?'

New article: 'Purchasing Culture: Can We Change It?'

Purchasing power play in supplier relationships destroys business value and its credibility. What to do? Read this article. Published in France (Excellence HA). read more
7e, geheel herziene editie 'Inkoop in Strategisch Perspectief' nu beschikbaar!

7e, geheel herziene editie 'Inkoop in Strategisch Perspectief' nu beschikbaar!

Een must read voor iedereen die met professioneel inkopen aan de slag wil. read more
TIAS Management of Operational Excellence and SCM best Master Program

TIAS Management of Operational Excellence and SCM best Master Program

TIAS has been ranked the best business school in the Netherlands by the Keuzegids Masters. TIAS's Executive Master Program on 'Management of Operational Excellence and Supply Chain Management' was ranked first in its kind. read more
New Turkish edition of Purchasing and Supply Chain Management out NOW!

New Turkish edition of Purchasing and Supply Chain Management out NOW!

Are you from Turkey and interested in purchasing and supply chain management? Then read the special edition of Purchasing and Supply Chain Management in your own language! read more

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NEVI Research Stichting Bestuursmeeting 1 juli >
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IPSERA Conference Art and Science of Procurement >

This Academic Hotspot for Purchasing and Supply Management will take place at 14-17th April 2019. I will meet you there!

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Supplier involvement key to successful SME innovation

Supplier involvement key to successful SME innovation

Innovation at SMEs is different from innovation at multinational companies (MNCs). SMEs lack a separate R&D department. As such SMEs need to rely on other sources, such as suppliers for new product and process innovation. Our research investigates how supplier involvement affects SME innovation performance. read more
Interview in RetailTrends Januari 2016

Interview in RetailTrends Januari 2016

Het wordt de hoogste tijd voor inkopers om meer verantwoordelijkheid te nemen voor het verlagen van de carbon footprint. Maar hoe pak je dat aan? read more
Managing supplier relationships in a new product development context

Managing supplier relationships in a new product development context

Organizations can no longer rely solely on their own resources to innovate and therefore look for strategic interactions outside their organizational boundaries. Using insights from RBV Theory this study proposes andvalidates anintegrated framework that explains outcome effects of new product development (NPD) projects. read more

Business process standardization is the activity of unifying different variants of a family of business processes. While the positive effects of business process standardization are well-described, it is often undesirable to fully unify different variants due to cultural, legal, or
operational reasons. Consequently, a decision has to be made about the extent to which a family of business processes should be standardized. However, little is known about the factors that drive that decision. This paper fills that gap, by presenting factors that drive the extent to which business processes can be standardized, performance properties that are influenced by business process standardization, and relations between these concepts. read more

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Purchasing and Supply Management's Contribution to Health Service Performance

Inaugural lecture prof dr Eric van Raaij, Erasmus University. An absolute must read for those who are interested what procurement professionals can do to improve health services performance

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