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Mini MBA: Step-by-step procurement makeover

Finding the right tool to take the procurement function to the right level is as easy as 1,2,3,4. Or is it? Mini MBA: Step-by-step procurement makeover

Can energy and carbon reporting rules affect the way companies do business?

Regulations and reporting requirements have a habit of shaking up companies. When it comes to measuring and reporting energy and carbon, there’s a growing opportunity for businesses that understand their energy use to gain a vital edge.     Can energy and carbon reporting rules affect the way companies do business?

Tangible benefits for CPOs and CFOs

Overcoming the challenges presented by a tough economic climate and capitalising on emerging opportunities depends on close partnerships between the procurement and finance functions. Tangible benefits for CPOs and CFOs

Blackberry 10 – the telecom procurement challenge

There has been a lot of coverage and commentary about the release of BlackBerry 10 and its implications for BlackBerry (ex-RIM) itself, for users and for IT. But what is the impact on procurement when the time comes for renewing contracts for their mobile services? Blackberry 10 – the telecom procurement challenge

More collaboration can equal more innovation

Suppliers, with their broad knowledge of and experience in different markets, arguably can see opportunities that those within an organization may miss, and CPOs should be encouraging them to at least report those opportunities. More collaboration can equal more innovation

Corruption unchecked in the supply chain

As reported today by the PLN, a recent survey found that half of UK-based businesses check their suppliers for compliance to the UK Bribery Act. Interestingly, a mere 6% of the sample in the by Ernst & Young research stated that they would re-tender if they found a non-compliant supplier. Corruption unchecked in the supply chain

TCO analysis is helping grow US reshoring

Several manufacturers, including some big ones such as GE, Apple, and Caterpillar, are bringing some of their manufacturing back to US shores. But is it enough to declare a trend? TCO analysis is helping grow US reshoring

Aligning for value

The quest to deliver to the top line means new questions are being asked of suppliers and of procurement functions themselves. Aligning for value

The evolution of supplier management

Historically deemed a subset of procurement with limited executive support and cross-functional involvement, supplier management has evolved to justify the creation of a standalone, enterprise-wide commercial business discipline. The evolution of supplier management

Supply chain agility Part 4: The agility puzzle

Having redefined strategic sourcing and discussed what operational flexibility and supply chain agility entail, we can now start answering the main question that started this series of blogs: How can companies utilise strategic sourcing to increase the agility of their supply chain? Supply chain agility Part 4: The agility puzzle
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