22 August 2014
International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition takes place this Saturday. But work remains to be done to stamp modern-day slavery out of supply chains, says Ieva Vilimaviciute.
21 August 2014
"If you’re not an analytical person I don’t think you’ll be an effective contemporary procurement person," says Gerard Chick, chief knowledge officer at Optimum Procurement Group.
20 August 2014
The future of procurement and supply depends on nurturing the student population, says Rhodri Morgan, and the Fellows of the Future programme is a great way to achieve this.
19 August 2014
Taking things slowly is the key to successful implementation of a supply chain finance programme.
18 August 2014
"Those companies that focus on supply chain risk management are positioning themselves to grow more robustly in an increasingly volatile global economy," says Mark Pearson, senior managing director in Accenture Strategy’s operations practice.
15 August 2014
In the second of a series of blogs on what technologies might impact the procurement people and processes of tomorrow, Peter Kinder looks at wearable technology.
14 August 2014
"As this complexity builds, are your teams spending more time entering and managing data rather than focusing on growing your business?" asks Mike Flanagan, general manager of supply chain management applications at FinancialForce.com.
13 August 2014
When leasing business premises it's important to consider all the legal implications, says Gemma James, partner at law firm Mundays.
12 August 2014
A rise in vertical integration could see luxury brands become trailblazers in the supply chain arena, says Paul Snell.
12 August 2014
The EEF’s call for an overall body to regularly assess UK supply risks and report
directly to government must be acted on.