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Thu 10 Apr 2014
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

Many organisatations have made use of the famous Kraljic model. Our recent strategy report summarises some of the key learning points leading organisations have experienced

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Thu 06 Mar 2014
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

I had the opportunity to present this morning to the Procurement Leaders Americas Congress and offer some home truths around the wider world's perception of the function

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Wed 05 Mar 2014
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

Kicking off the Procurement Leaders Americas Forum in Miami, Intel’s Jackie Sturm presented a fascinating case study on extracting value from complex areas.

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Thu 20 Feb 2014
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

Many claim that onshoring is a huge trend in countries like the US and UK. But careful examination of the transactions taking place might reveal a different story.

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Mon 20 Jan 2014
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

There is a clear trend, both in terms of research and anecdotally, that companies are looking to centralise their procurement functions. Is this always the right path to follow?

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Wed 08 Jan 2014
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

We are in the midst of our survey into outsourcing and global sourcing. Partly, this is in response recent trends, but is outsourcing only one way?

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Wed 11 Dec 2013
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

In our current research into SRM, we are finding that buyers and category managers are more likely to proclaim their suppliers as ‘strategic’.

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Thu 14 Nov 2013
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

Procurement outsourcing is subject to a lot of talk, but few are willing to take the plunge. Recent studies show divided attitudes within the profession.

 

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Wed 23 Oct 2013
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

In the first presentation in the Procurement Forum in Zurich, Wolfgang Rauch, CPO of Novartis Pharma explained how his organisation sought to provide more value to the business.

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Mon 23 Sep 2013
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

Many believe direct categories are more important, but procurement is directing a lot of resources towards indirects. Is this a good use of resource?

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