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.
A strong, functioning relationship between procurement and engineering is key to the success of any business. In this post Paul Teague looks at where procurement can begin to build up a new level of understanding and trust with their engineering colleagues.
When it comes to innovation, the element that is the least expensive, the most practical, the quickest to deliver, and the most likely to positively impact the bottom line immediately, is procurement’s work with suppliers.
Often, you’ll read on these pages reports that there is a trend toward reshoring, bringing manufacturing back to home shores. I’ve written a few such reports myself. And almost as often, you’ll read that there is no such trend, that there is only anecdotal evidence.
Most often when people in business – including those managing procurement – talk about sharing best practices, the assumption is that many of those best practices reside in large companies. But procurement managers of all walks should remember there are times when small companies can show the way.
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