Inside Supply Management Magazine Masthead

Table of Contents

Vol. 17, No. 11
November 2006

Features

  • COVER STORY
    Change Is Constant Members Only Content

    Supply Management: Professional Profile
    In today's world where value is an expectation, companies must view their suppliers as partners working together in an integrated network to deliver capabilities and products to the consumer.
    John Yuva and Fariborz Ghadar, Ph.D.

  • The Plan to Succeed Members Only Content

    A succession plan is a living document that requires careful thought and proactive planning in order to make a positive impact on your organization.
    Jill Schildhouse

  • An Island of Opportunity Members Only Content

    In Singapore, industry and trade fit together like gears in a watch — with each in synch with the other.
    John Yuva

Columns

  • Endless Possibilities - October 2006

    Editor's Page
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  • Advocacy Insights Members Only Content

    Executive Access to the Chair
    Giving procurement opportunities to small and mid-sized businesses is vital to the health of local economies.
    Barbara B. Lang

  • Going Public Members Only Content

    Out In Front: Leading People, Leading Organizations
    An industry group is identifying best practices in public sector initiatives and spreading the word on lessons learned.
    Keith Strange

  • Mind the Gap Members Only Content

    Tapping Into ... Managing Suppliers
    Collaborative sourcing and supplier relationship management software may both have a place in your organization, but it's not the same place. They are two distinct approaches to managing suppliers. In order to reap the benefits of both, mind the gap — know when to keep them apart and how to bring them together.
    Mary Rollman

  • Sending IT Out Members Only Content

    Tech-Know: Tech Issues for the Decisionmaking Supply Manager
    Your supply management department has the power to make the outsourcing of IT successful. Learn how to manage all the key elements of your involvement with this project.
    Lee Ann Moore

  • Letters of Intent Members Only Content

    Legal Briefs: Supply Management's Legal Issues
    Widely used in supply management, a Letter of Intent is used to signal serious intent to carry out certain business activities. Learn why you would want such a document, what protections should be included in this agreement and under what conditions you should sign a Letter of Intent.
    Judi Coover, Esq.

  • Cost Savings or Lost Savings? Members Only Content

    Ex Propriis: Contemplation and Thoughts — (Translated from Latin) "Of One's Own Resources"
    How can you make sure that your less tangible, but still valuable, cost savings don't fall straight through the bottomline and into obscurity?
    Keith Connolly

Departments

  • Low-Cost-Country Decisions Members Only Content

    CAPS Research Promoting Supply Management's Best Practices
    There are a number of global sourcing decision issues that must be addressed when low-cost-country sourcing opportunities arise.
    D. Steven Wade

ISM Report On Business®


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