A job for life is something that many people find quite scary, especially in a modern world that is characterised by freedom of movement and job flexibility. But can a career in purchasing really be a job for life?
There are many, rather hopeful published studies at the moment, pointing to the huge benefits of ‘bringing back’ manufacturing to post-industrial states. But this supposedly obvious business case seems to have alluded most companies.
The old adage can equally apply to procurement’s relationships with key suppliers – especially in the era of the extended supply chain when unexpected supplier actions or practices can cause problems – ought to be common sense.
What does the next generation of procurement staff look like? This blog discusses the importance of understanding the different generations which are on your team, and especially the idiosyncrasies they come with.
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