Browsing All posts tagged under »The Greening of Procurement: How Social Consciousness is Re-Shaping Procurement Practices«

The Greening of Procurement: 5-Part Series discusses how sustainability focus is influencing our buying decisions

October 31, 2011


Like pulling out the old tuxedo for a wedding or high school reunion, last week’s post (October 26th, Procurement Insights) on Rosslyn Analytic’s collaborative launch of a spend intelligence app focused on quantifying the environmental impact of business activities, brought to mind a white paper I had written in 2008 on the Greening of Procurement. […]

Five thought provoking and controversial white papers available when you subscribe to the PI Supply Chain Resource Library

June 22, 2011


Over the years I have been engaged to do research and then write about specific areas of procurement.  This has included my government funded work relative to the utilization of an agent-based model in the development of a web-based, on-demand platform back in 1998, to commodity characteristic analysis and ERP vendor studies. Suffice to say […]