Inside Supply Management Magazine Masthead

Table of Contents

Vol. 17, No. 9
September 2006

Features

  • COVER STORY
    Acquiring Reinforcements Members Only Content

    Supply Management: Professional Profile
    Mergers and acquisitions activities can add a great deal of complexity to the supply management function. However, at Oracle Corporation, the procurement integration process is nearly seamless.
    John Yuva

  • Mitigate Risk, Sustain Supply Members Only Content

    By examining supply chain interdependencies and identifying areas with potential high-risk exposure, companies can formulate global risk mitigation strategies.
    John Yuva

  • Global Sourcing on the Rise Members Only Content

    New research shows that integrated global supply operations will be the norm in coming years, if firms can coordinate data, personnel and strategies.
    Roberta J. Duffy

Columns

  • You Don't Call, You Don't Write Members Only Content

    Editor's Page: Supply Management Buzz
    Editors everywhere appreciate hearing from readers — regardless of whether the feedback is positive or not so positive
    Amalia Lopez

  • Meaningful Relationships Members Only Content

    Executive Access to the CEO
    It is important to distinguish between what supplier relationship management means and what it doesn't mean.
    Paul Novak, C.P.M., A.P.P.

  • Just for Fun Members Only Content

    Out In Front: Leading People, Leading Organizations
    Making work more fun is good for business, so why not help make your own workplace more enjoyable?
    Mark S. Miller C.P.M., CIRM

  • The Graying Supply Chain Members Only Content

    Tapping Into ... Knowledge Management — Leveraging Relationships
    Many companies see the maturing workforce not as a human-resource issue but as an operational issue that can leave them exposed to significant business risk.
    Eric Lesser

  • Beyond Lean, Tech Rules Members Only Content

    Tech-Know: Tech Issues for the Decisionmaking Supply Manager
    Leveraging technology, the key to profits and growth, will take you five steps ahead of your competition.
    Patricia E. Moody, CMC

  • Quality in the Crossfire Members Only Content

    Legal Briefs: Supply Management's Legal Issues
    Contracts use standards to define acceptance criteria and warranties to provide post-acceptance remedies. But warranties may not mean what you think they do! Make sure your contracts properly address post-acceptance performance issues.
    Richard Pennington, C.P.M., J.D., LL.M.

  • Work the Process Members Only Content

    Ex Propriis: Contemplation and Thoughts — (Translated from Latin) "Of One's Own Resources"
    How would you help a top employee get promoted when your organization's policy says that person is not qualified enough on paper to advance to the next level?
    Emelia Nosser

Departments

  • Just In Time -- September 2006

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  • Thoughts From the Far East Members Only Content

    CAPS Research: Promoting Supply Management's Best Practices
    Supply management professionals convene for the CAPS Research annual executive events in Japan and Asia.
    Roberta J. Duffy

  • ISM News -- September 2006

    This article is not available online.


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