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The Nigerian economy has surpassed South Africa to become the largest on the continent. But there are many challenges facing the country, as Anna Scott discovers.
Paul Vincent exposes a number of tricks that FM services suppliers use to bump up their bills.
The difference between SRM and SPM is often misunderstood. But as Alan Day explains, SPM is only a part of what’s needed to build a valuable and broad-based SRM strategy.
Luxury brands have snapped up many suppliers, buying smaller, specialist companies to ensure craft skills and high-quality parts remain accessible, says Simon Brooke.
The objective in any dispute is to reach a settlement, so it’s really important for all sides to be transparent and realistic about their finances.
Rita Clifton has spent her career advising the world’s biggest companies on brand strategy. She tells Paul Snell what makes a brand sustainable, and how value can be destroyed in an instant.
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Edited by Darren Dalcher, Gower, £65.
Inserting a requirement to pay a living wage in a contract makes ethical sense, but it could be judged discriminatory.
Harry Ray highlights some of the antitrust issues that can crop up under US law when companies collaborate to buy goods or market products and services together.
The Major Projects Guidance for Local Government incorporates best practice from councils, state governments, the private sector and the national government.
With a new name and new categories this year, the CIPS Australasia Awards are set to be better than ever.
From 30 June all employees have the right to request flexible hours. ACAS has six tips on how employers should handle the situation.
A procurement professional’s ability to run and complete a successful RFx evaluation is paramount to the role.
Procurement transformation, innovation and career development were among the key themes discussed by speakers at this year’s Institute for Supply Management conference. Gurjit Degun reports from the event in Las Vegas.
Although essential to procurement, skills like persuasion and influencing are not often given the importance they deserve in the profession. Anna Scott discovers more.