Buyers Meeting Point procurement by Kelly Barner

RSS Feed Buyers Meeting Point procurement by Kelly Barner LinkedIn Buyers Meeting Point procurement Kelly Barner twitter Buyers Meeting Point procurement Kelly Barner scribd Buyers Meeting Point procurement Kelly Barnerblogtalkradio Buyers Meeting Point procurement Kelly Barner podcast BMP Radioyoutube Buyers Meeting Point procurement Kelly Barnersoundcloud Buyers Meeting Point procurement Kelly Barner

Book review: Supply Chain Management for Humanitarians

Book review: Supply Chain Management for Humanitarians

“The essence of supply chains is to match supply and demand. But what happens with supply chains and, particularly, what can supply chain performance be, in the context where the demand is neither dictated by nor is the performance of the supply chain directly evaluated by the end users?” (p. 7)

Supply Chain Management for Humanitarians, a multi-contributor book edited by Gyöngyi Kovács, Karen Spens, and Ira Haavisto takes a very serious look at a topic that many people may regard in a casual or ‘soft’ manner.

Continue reading
2112 Hits
0 Comments

Supply chain risks and chocolate

Supply chain risks and chocolate

Halloween was a few days ago. We have quite a bit of candy around the house due to that holiday. In our weekly blog, Protect your supply chain like it is your last piece of chocolate, we spoke about the supply chain risk for the candy industry involving cocoa.

 

Continue reading
1352 Hits
0 Comments

Protect your supply chain as if it was the last piece of chocolate

Protect your supply chain as if it was the last piece of chocolate

It is Halloween and we had a fun day. We dressed in costumes at work, had a great luncheon and of course we consumed some candy. Sounds like the perfect day for anyone!

Continue reading
1533 Hits
0 Comments

What is the Next Big Thing for Procurement?

What is the Next Big Thing for Procurement?

We love vacation. Who doesn't? The glorious freedom from schedules and responsibilities. Time for adventures and to spend with our friends and families.  Sometimes we like to plan the next one while we are on the current one. That way the post-vacation blues are not so intense. We can look forward to the 'next big thing' as far as vacation goes anyway. 

Continue reading
2085 Hits
0 Comments