The following faculty members will be involved in 'Purchasing Management':

 Arjan van Weele

Prof. dr. Arjan van Weele
Professor of Purchasing Management at Eindhoven University of Technology (The Netherlands)

Arjan is a world renowned expert in the field of purchasing management. He advises many organisations on procurement strategy and governance issues.

Steve Muylle

Prof. dr. Steve Muylle
Professor of Marketing at Vlerick Business School

Steve is a recognised expert in assessing and enhancing e-business processes. He researches how firms maximise the value of and for customers, offline and online.

Barney Jordaan

Prof. dr. Barney Jordaan
Professor of Negotiation and Conflict Management at Vlerick Business School

As an expert in negotiation, influencing and conflict resolution, Barney acts as both a teacher and a mediator who earned his merits in working with international organisations such as the World Bank.

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