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Wed 29 Jun 2016
Rachel Sharp Rachel Sharp

Procurement is set to be at the forefront of the discussions of the implications of the UK’s decision to quit the European Union but there are a few things the function should be doing right now

 

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Fri 24 Jun 2016
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

This shock will likely persist for some time. You can let it consume you, your function and your business or you can assess the opportunities it might present.

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Fri 24 Jun 2016
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

The pound has dropped ten percent. The FTSE fell by 500 points. Worse still, the Bank of England has issued a statement to encourage calm. What now for Brexit?

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Thu 23 Jun 2016
Sophie Dyer Sophie Dyer

As Britain goes to the polls to decide on its future relationship with the EU, we look at what procurement should do in order to mitigate any risks that might emerge from a vote to leave.

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Wed 22 Jun 2016
Rachel Sharp Rachel Sharp

The UEFA football European Championships once again highlights the issue of counterfeit goods and what procurement needs to do to stop it

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Mon 20 Jun 2016
Nathalie Fekete Nathalie Fekete

AI and cognitive computing are fast becoming a reality for your industry – and a reality for our profession as procurement leaders.

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Fri 17 Jun 2016
Harry John Harry John

Replacing one monopoly with another is not revolutionary. Neither is it beneficial.

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Thu 09 Jun 2016
Charles-Henri Royon Charles-Henri Royon

In less than five years from now, enterprise CPOs and CFOs, along with purchasing and insight departments, may very well find that working within Industry 4.0 will become second nature.

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Tue 07 Jun 2016
Charlie Bradshaw Charlie Bradshaw

In this guest post, Charlie Bradshaw, founder and CEO of Matrix, discusses the potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to shake up the procurement landscape

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Mon 06 Jun 2016
Rachel Sharp Rachel Sharp

A group of executives met in London for the first Supplier-Enabled Innovation Center (SEIC) Accelerator Program, to discuss the dos and don’ts to successful SEI. Here's what we found out.

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