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Translating Irrelevance: Why vendor “market share news” has little value in a practical sense by Jon Hansen

June 18, 2014


“Il mercato mondiale del software dedicato al procurement e al supply chain management รจ cresciuto del 7,3% nello scorso anno, toccando 8,9 miliardi di dollari nel 2013.” – Gartner, crescono le soluzioni IT per il procurement 18 Giugno 2014 No I haven’t been taking lessons in Spanish – on a good day I have enough […]

From Mobile Business Intelligence to Synchronized Execution: So you can take it with you after all!

January 31, 2012


“Gartner expects that 33 percent of BI functionality will be consumed via mobile devices by 2013.” from the June 29th, 2011 article “Business Intelligence and Mobile Devices Will Change Supply Chain Management” by Herman Mehling One of the first things that comes to mind when I hear the term mobile Business Intelligence or “BI” are […]

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

August 23, 2011


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 […]