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By James Thomas
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Nov 30th, 2011
A quick search on Google for the word 'innovation' led me to the Wikipedia page which cites the origin of the word. The word innovation derives from t
By James Thomas
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Nov 29th, 2011
The last several years have seen increasing numbers of universities and colleges adopting the disciplines and processes, of corporate enterprise procu
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Nov 28th, 2011
“Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity.”- Roman philosopher, mid-1st century AD As a buyer in the procurement department, did y
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Nov 23rd, 2011
A recent study of 600 procurement and supply management professionals representing an estimated $370 billion or more worth of collective spending powe
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Nov 21st, 2011
In order to increase competency and add new competitive advantages, organizations today are relying on collaborative relationships. When implementing
By James Thomas
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Nov 18th, 2011
For procurement to accelerate its movement up the corporate ladder and act strategically, streamlining procurement processes needs to be the key focus
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Nov 15th, 2011
A recent article in McKinsey, ‘Five steps to a more effective global treasury’, talks about changing demands on corporate treasurer and the strugg
By Anurag Dixit
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Nov 7th, 2011
In Part 1 (click here to see part 1) of the 2 part series we had discussed 3 myths that condemn procurement to organizational hell. In this section we