Changing Quality Controls: The Effects of Increasing Product Variety and Shortening Product Life Cycles
Jos van Iwaarden (Reimerswaal, The Netherlands, 10 December 1978) obtained his MSc degree in business economics from Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands in June 2002. In September 2002 he started as PhD candidate at the Erasmus Research Institute of Management. During his PhD research, he has been a visiting research fellow at the Manchester Business School, UK. From September 2006 he has been appointed as assistant professor at the Management of Technology and Innovation department of RSM Erasmus University. He published over fifteen papers about quality management and organisational improvement in international peer-reviewed journals, such as International Journal of Quality and Reliability Management, Information and Management, Total Quality Management and Business Excellence, International Small Business Journal, Managing Service Quality, International Journal of Productivity and Quality Management, and The TQM Magazine. Since January 2006 he is Associate Quality Editor for the International Journal of Quality and Reliability Management.
|Publisher||Erasmus Research Institute of Management (ERIM)|
|Promotor||Williams, A.R.T. (Roger) , Dale, B.G. (Barry)|
|Sponsor||Brown, A. , Dale, B.G. , Sohal, A.S. , Wiele, T. van der , Williams, A.R.T.|
|Keywords||automotive industry, case study research, management control, product life cycles, product variety, quality management, questionnaire survey research, supply chain management|
van Iwaarden, J.D.. (2006, September 28). Changing Quality Controls: The Effects of Increasing Product Variety and Shortening Product Life Cycles (No. ORG; EPS-2006-084-ORG). Erasmus Research Institute of Management (ERIM). Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/7992