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Wed 31 Jul 2013
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

Our latest salary survey details the relationship between company size and wages. Interestingly, for most people, salaries are unaffected by organisational size.

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Tue 30 Jul 2013
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

Despite the continued talk of commodity volatility and uncertainty, metal prices have been quietly falling over the past 12 months.

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Tue 09 Jul 2013
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

Much is made of our supposedly globalised world. But it is it true?

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Wed 03 Jul 2013
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

We are currently collecting category manager views on the future changes of key markets.

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Tue 02 Jul 2013
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

Procurement chiefs come from a variety of backgrounds, but what can our salary survey tell us about prospects for careers in procurement?

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Tue 18 Jun 2013
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

Procurement Leaders is currently collecting views from category managers and buyers in prices for indirect categories. Following from our Category Planning Guide 2013, that we published last year, we are trying to repeat the next round of forecasting for 2014.

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Mon 10 Jun 2013
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

We are currently in the midst of the analysis into the latest of our salary surveys. It seems as though opportunities for women are improving.

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Wed 22 May 2013
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

The World Procurement Congress closed today on a question and answer session with some of the leading CPOs and thinkers in procurement.

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Wed 22 May 2013
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

Every supply disruption, according to Rick Hughes, is an opportunity. The CPO of P&G described to the World Procurement Congress how the consumer goods companies has changed and grown from past disruption.

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Tue 21 May 2013
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

The current keynote speaker at the World Procurement Congress is Tom Seal, Head of Research at Procurement Leaders. Following from Eva Wimmer’s lead, Seal takes a skeptical look at savings.

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