5 Supply Chain Resolutions we all need to keep!

Just over a month ago many of us pledged to be different. With the excitement of the festive period a fading memory, the reality is that most of us have very quickly slipped back into the day-to-day routine and focussing on making it through the week.

Below are my top 5 supply chain resolutions… It’s only February… You’ve got time to make a couple more.

Value Architects: Are you ready for the 4th Industrial Revolution?

Having spent the last 3 months researching and writing my book about soft (people) skills, drawing on the behavioural science, social science, decision science and psychology the predicted cross roads for procurement is much closer than I thought! The advent of the 4th Industrial revolution is palpable and the work environment is already beginning to change.


Are your procurement skills transferable?

If you have worked within a procurement or buying environment, you have probably worked alongside people with quite a diverse set of backgrounds. So why is it, when you see a job advertised it will usually ask for experience in the same industry?

Development of skills sets will be key to the future of procurement, says C

As procurement executives are under pressure to perform in an era of globalisation and outsourced capabilities, many are pushing procurement in directions where new models and new ways of working are essential. This year, KPMG has released findings from its “25 in 25” research where 25 senior chief procurement officers and executives were asked to comment on what the world of procurement will look like in 2025.