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Fri 27 May 2016
James Jenkinson James Jenkinson

As seasoned procurement professionals know, tracking and modelling a global supply chain is an extremely complex task as is the ability to utilise those numerous data streams in one place.

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Thu 26 May 2016
Maggie Slowik Maggie Slowik

The debate around talent continues to swill. At the recent World Procurement Congress business executives came together to think of some answers to the questions that have been posed by this challenge.

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Thu 26 May 2016
Aaron Mo Aaron Mo

Procurement can prepare itself in advance for volatility across the vast majority of goods it buys. That can be done in a few different ways but one of the most effective is a STEEPLE analysis.

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Wed 25 May 2016
Tim Burt Tim Burt

The 2016 World Procurement Congress saw a coming together of some of the leading figures in procurement and they shared their thoughts on what the future holds for the function

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Mon 23 May 2016
Niul Burton Niul Burton

Many procurement teams now manage contingent and outsourced labour programs. It is imperative that the procurement function understand and assess the inherent risks of this population when considering these telling trends.

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Thu 19 May 2016
Georgina Rowley Georgina Rowley

Tom Linton, CPO Flex highlights the seven new rules of supply chain management and the impact of real-time information on procurement at the WPC 2016.

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Wed 18 May 2016
Aaron Mo Aaron Mo

An organisation can be competitive if its procurement capabilities are aligned to the digitalised world. Cognitive computing, such as IBM’s Watson, is changing the function. Not only is it changing how you do procurement, it is also changing the skills required of a procurement professional.

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Tue 17 May 2016
Zac Uzun Zac Uzun

Tom Seal, research director at Procurement Leaders, told this year’s World Procurement Congress (WPC) that we define successful risk-aversion by using a “nothing went wrong approach”. Why is this relevant? Because micro-risks – if poorly managed – can easily mount up, costing businesses millions as a result.

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Tue 17 May 2016
Tim Burt Tim Burt

Procurement is becoming a more attractive career proposition to those starting their careers. The function can help develop that talent to the benefit of not just itself but for the business too

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Tue 17 May 2016
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

The velocity of change has not been felt more than in Tesla, the innovative electric car manufacturer that itself is disrupting the automotive industry. Peter Carlson, former CPO at Tesla, outlined the approach of a company led by revolutionary thinker Elon Musk.

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