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Wed 11 Feb 2015
Catherine Lauder Catherine Lauder

The UK retailer’s launch of a new online platform that will enable more effective collaboration with its suppliers, known as the Tesco Supplier Network, is a positive step in forging better relationships with its partners.

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Tue 10 Feb 2015
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

My subject being the somewhat ticklish subject of corruption in the supply chain, many of the academics and practitioners agreed that, although interesting, this particular area of inquiry might suffer from ‘data weaknesses’.

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Tue 10 Feb 2015
Tara Norton Tara Norton

The first—and arguably most overlooked—opportunity to improve procurement decisions is to take the time to understand and challenge what the business needs. As a category manager, this may seem obvious to you, but I invite you to step back, take a deep breath, and consider asking different questions.

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Mon 09 Feb 2015
Paul Teague Paul Teague

What makes for a highly capable individual, at least in procurement, in these times? I regularly ask that question of CPOs and others I talk with, and occasionally report what they say.

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Fri 06 Feb 2015
Nick Ford Nick Ford

In this guest blog Nick Ford, customer service & delivery director EMEA at Xchanging Procurement, looks at the danger of ignoring supplier risk.

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Wed 04 Feb 2015
David Rae David Rae

What do artificial intelligence, The Terminator and procurement have in common? You might be surprised to learn, writes David Rae, that they all play a part in current thinking about the future of people and talent.

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Wed 04 Feb 2015
Harry John Harry John

Should financial services procurement relax its guard on third-party cloud services?

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Tue 03 Feb 2015
Ellen Leith Ellen Leith

When can payment for goods received reasonably be expected? A buyer buys from a supplier, supplier gets paid; it’s the foundation of any business. But what happens when the balance of power sits so definitively with the buyer?

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