There are at least two competing narratives about how business works. One says that nothing happens in business until someone sells something. The other says nothing happens until someone buys something.
The recent outcry over the allegedly heavy-handed tactics which GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is reported to be applying to its supplier base is an interesting insight into where the perception and the reality of procurement's role can differ.
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