I featured a number of articles over the summer related to our role in both proactive and reactive supply risk management. It is a topic that it is easy to dismiss as “it will never happen to me” – especially when you buy Indirect products and services.
September has been a devastating month for natural disasters all around the world with flooding, hurricanes and earthquakes leading to widespread personal tragedy and supply chain disruption. In this weeks “Must Read”, I wanted to share a two-part Q&A article from Spend Matters with Gary Lynch sharing ideas on how to make our supply chains more resilient:
OTHER INTERESTING ARTICLES
Comparing Outsourcing Companies: How to Simplify the Process| Jaroslaw Czaja , Future Processing
How AI Will Help Procurement Advance Analytics Beyond Basic Spend Analysis | Nick Heinzmann, Spend Matters
A Definitive Guide to Mastering the Four Faces of the Procurement Specialist | Mike Martin, CleanMark Labels
#SorryNotSorry Procurement | Kelly Barner, Buyers Meeting Point
The Best Postcard I Ever Sent Myself | David Hearn, CPO Advisement Services, LLC
@ THE ART OF PROCUREMENT
I don’t mention this enough, but we are always interested in publishing practitioner-focused guest posts on the Art of Procurement. If you have a story to tell, or experience to share, let us know!
Have a great weekend