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Wed 06 Apr 2016
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

Interesting facts and figures from the world of procurement that we didn’t know last week

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Tue 05 Apr 2016
Maggie Slowik Maggie Slowik

Procurement has long had the reputation of being a function that inhibits the business, creating rules and limits where none need to exist. Many functions are trying to change that perception but to do so requires an understanding of where you are trying to get to

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Mon 04 Apr 2016
Ian George Ian George

Sometimes it’s worth looking at where procurement has gained the most ground to understand where it’s going next. Automotive has been one of those crucibles of success and one of the areas where there remains a fascinating balance in the procurement space between old values and new ideas.

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Fri 01 Apr 2016
Rachel Sharp Rachel Sharp

Lifting the US trade embargo against Cuba has the potential to provide new sourcing and supply chain opportunities for Cuba’s emerging ‘DIY economy’

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Thu 31 Mar 2016
Alex Johnston Alex Johnston

How much trouble is the traditional logistics industry in, at threat from Amazon’s drones from above and innovative app-based processes from below? In answer, it depends on the versatility of existing established firms and their willingness to innovate.

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Wed 30 Mar 2016
Steve Hrubala Steve Hrubala

The function employs smart and experienced talent, but are procurement staff given the motivation and support to prove they are more than process jockeys?

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Tue 29 Mar 2016
Tim Burt Tim Burt

Interesting facts and figures from the world of procurement that we didn’t know last week

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Thu 24 Mar 2016
Rachel Sharp Rachel Sharp

With the third anniversary of the disaster fast approaching, it’s important to look at the ongoing issues within supply chain auditing and ask whether corporations have learnt from the past.

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Wed 23 Mar 2016
Georgina Rowley Georgina Rowley

Cost is being forced into the secondary packaging supply chain as consumers increasing shop in convenience stores rather than large supermarkets.

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Tue 22 Mar 2016
Zac Uzun Zac Uzun

Cost-effective eco-technology and external pressure are combining to change long-held perceptions about sustainability

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