This week’s “Must Read” is from AOP alumni, and a good friend of the show, Pierre Mitchell.
In this article, Pierre reflects on seven different value statements made by a well-known and innovative design company, and applies them to the world of procurement.
This really gets you thinking in terms of how we can position ourselves to drive more innovation for our organizations – and is a topic that we are very passionate about here at Art of Procurement!
Seven Values For Success And Innovation In Procurement Organizations | Pierre Mitchell, Azul Partners
OTHER INTERESTING ARTICLES
World’s Collide: The Convergence of Sales and Procurement | Greg Tennyson, VSP
Rethinking Your Supply Chain in an Era of Protectionism | Justin Rose and Martin Reeves, Boston Consulting Group
Is the CPO and Category Management Dead? | Bruno Alvarez, Procurement Stories
9 Tips For Negotiating A Pay Increase | Procurious
Four Ways To Ensure You Still Have A Job In 2020 | Anders Sorman-Nilsson, Thinque
Procurement Leaders ’17: Supplier enabled innovation is a foundation for procurement’s strategic repositioning | Rob Handfield, NC State University
PROCUREMENT & SERVICE PROVIDER NEWS
HSBC partners with Tradeshift as banks increasingly see fintech as friends not foe | Oscar Williams-Grut, Business Insider
@ THE ART OF PROCUREMENT
Blog: Procurement Enabled Innovation – A Case Study from the Cell Therapy World | Mark Davis
OTHER STUFF: PALAMBRIDGE LAUNCH
It has been a couple of weeks since Kelly and I launched Palambridge, and we have been thrilled with the response to date!
Peter Smith shared his thoughts on our launch with Spend Matters UK readers this week.