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2022 SAP Paper On CPO Challenges Takes Us Back To A 2009 Post On Vendor Rationalization

June 7, 2022

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How does a vendor rationalization strategy still make sense in a post-pandemic world? We asked the same question in 2009!

Comment regarding recent Intel post worth noting

November 9, 2009

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I recently made the following comment in reference to my role and responsibilities as a writer; “My job is not to make you see the world my way, but is instead to alert you as a reader of other possibilities and in the process cause you to think outside of the framework within which you […]

Intel, UNC’s Coal Supply and Abbott’s Bottles: When the Shoe is on the Other Foot

November 6, 2009

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It was interesting in that as I was reading the story about Intel in which it is alleged that the company “Used bribery and coercion to maintain its dominance in the microprocessor market,” I could not help but think that this was not the first time that the proverbial shoe was on the other foot […]

Kraft Buys Into the Mirage of Vendor Rationalization (REVISITED)

September 9, 2009

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How does a vendor rationalization strategy still make sense in a post-pandemic world?