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More than 6 years after my Dangerous Myths post, Jason Busch admits that he kind of got it wrong (Part 1 of 2) by Jon Hansen

June 19, 2013

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“I spent five years at FreeMarkets before launching Spend Matters and covering the market as a journalist and analyst . . . I’m a guilty party in terms of reverse auctions and foisting them on suppliers . . . I am also a proponent of them as well, but as you’ll see in our thinking […]

Dangerous Supply Chain Myths: Talent Attraction White Paper

August 24, 2011

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“A supply chain is not an abstract network driven by processes and machines, but a real network driven by people.  Good supply chains run on good people.  Supply Chain Success will be impossible without the right talent, which is becoming rarer every day thanks to the global talent war.  Any organization that does not have […]

(Epilogue) Response to Dangerous Supply Chain Myths series telling . . . especially Part 5 on talent attraction and retention

August 23, 2011

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Continuing relevancy is based more on a state of mind versus a state of time. Nowhere was this fact more evident than it was with the re-release of my 2007 series Dangerous Supply Chain Myths. Centered on my analysis of the ISM, CAPS and A.T. Kearney Succeeding in a Dynamic World report, the series was […]

Dangerous Supply Chain Myths Revisited (Part 7): Enabling Technology – The Emergence of the Metaprise

August 22, 2011

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Each day for the next seven days I will be posting parts 1 through 7 from what is considered to be one of the most popular series in the Procurement Insights Blog’s history. The Dangerous Supply Chain Myths series was based on my review of the ISM, CAPS and A.T. Kearney Report that was originally […]

Dangerous Supply Chain Myths Revisited (Part 6): Enablement of the Supply Management Organization – Balancing Capability with Control

August 20, 2011

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Each day for the next seven days I will be posting parts 1 through 7 from what is considered to be one of the most popular series in the Procurement Insights Blog’s history. The Dangerous Supply Chain Myths series was based on my review of the ISM, CAPS and A.T. Kearney Report that was originally […]

Dangerous Supply Chain Myths Revisited (Part 5): Talent Attraction and Retention – An Exercise in Platitudes?

August 19, 2011

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Each day for the next seven days I will be posting parts 1 through 7 from what is considered to be one of the most popular series in the Procurement Insights Blog’s history. The Dangerous Supply Chain Myths series was based on my review of the ISM, CAPS and A.T. Kearney Report that was originally […]

Dangerous Supply Chain Myths Revisited (Part 4): Internal & External Collaboration – A Desire versus Skill!

August 18, 2011

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Each day for the next seven days I will be posting parts 1 through 7 from what is considered to be one of the most popular series in the Procurement Insights Blog’s history. The Dangerous Supply Chain Myths series was based on my review of the ISM, CAPS and A.T. Kearney Report that was originally […]

Dangerous Supply Chain Myths Revisited (Part 3): Multiple Supply Chain Networks – An Issue of Timing versus Concept Validity?

August 17, 2011

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Each day for the next seven days I will be posting parts 1 through 7 from what is considered to be one of the most popular series in the Procurement Insights Blog’s history. The Dangerous Supply Chain Myths series was based on my review of the ISM, CAPS and A.T. Kearney Report that was originally […]

Dangerous Supply Chain Myths Revisited (Part 1): The Myth of Consolidation

August 15, 2011

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Each day for the next seven days I will be posting parts 1 through 7 from what is considered to be one of the most popular series in the Procurement Insights Blog’s history. The Dangerous Supply Chain Myths series was based on my review of the ISM, CAPS and A.T. Kearney Report that was originally […]

Procurement Insights From Around The World

January 6, 2009

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With our syndicated network continuing to grow, an increasing number of both new and existing publications from around the world are picking-up our posts.  Two of the most recent examples include the Swedish-based Efficient Purchasing Magazine (December 2008 Issue), and closer to home the U.S.-based Commonwealth of Virginia eVA Connections (December 2008 Issue).  Reaching 300,000 […]