How could paying to watch your favorite show on Amazon affect how corporate procurement departments function?
What are the “Four Ps of Procurement?"
The Four Ps represent the four crucial components in purchasing: people, priorities, partnerships and promotion.
Think the procurement outsourcing trend isn’t really happening?
We’re seven myths into our list of 10 common misunderstandings about group purchasing organizations (GPOs). Here’s part 1 and part 2. These last three address perhaps the most important concern: what is working with a GPO really going to be like for my end-users and for me?
If you read the first four busted myths about group purchasing organizations (GPOs), you know that a GPO really is a good option for achieving savings on your indirect categories.
Group purchasing organizations (GPOs) are member-based organizations, but with as many misconceptions as there are about them, you’d think they were something like the Illuminati or the Freemasons.
Do you have the best organizational structure in place to manage indirect spend in the post-sourcing era?
The components of strategic category management (SCM). Do your people in the workforce have these skills?