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Table of Contents

Vol. 25, No. 1
January/February 2014

Features

  • COVER STORY
    Find the Big Picture in Big Data Members Only Content

    Turn the volumes of data your organization is collecting into insights that give you a leg up on the competition.
    Mary Siegfried

  • A Century Strong Members Only Content

    ISM's oldest affiliate, ISM—New York, Inc., celebrates 100 years of promoting and supporting the purchasing and supply management profession.
    Lisa Arnseth

  • Supply Chain Management, Going Forward Members Only Content

    What challenges lie ahead for supply management in the coming year? Inside Supply Management® asked industry leaders to share their thoughts, concerns and expectations about the state of the profession.
    Editorial Staff, Inside Supply Management®

Columns

  • Exciting Changes Kick-Start the New Year Members Only Content


    John Yuva, Managing Editor

  • CEOs Paying Attention Members Only Content

    Executive Access to the CEO
    The future is now for procurement and supply chain practitioners as the marketplace and its associated risks evolve.
    Thomas W. Derry

  • Commercial Acumen Leads to Buyer Power Members Only Content

    Career ROI: The path to leadership
    Use these tactics and techniques to help sharpen your buying power, refine your position in the marketplace and earn the kind of reputation that attracts the best suppliers to your negotiating table.
    Robert Goss

  • Intangibles Are Key to Negotiations Members Only Content

    Critical Skills: Fine-tuning your fundamentals
    Assess the responsiveness, interest and transparency of your suppliers well before reaching the negotiating table to establish the most effective foundation for successful sourcing relationships.
    Elizabeth Zucker

  • Bridging a Supply Chain's Cultural Divide Members Only Content

    Beyond Borders: Global supply chain strategies
    The tragedy of the factory collapse in Bangladesh highlights the need for supply management practitioners to understand cultural differences and build strong relationships with overseas suppliers.
    John Hooker, Ph.D.

  • Justifying Environmental Sustainability Activities Members Only Content

    CAPS Research: Promoting Supply Management's Best Practices
    To gain the support of supplier partners in embracing environmental sustainability initiatives, you need to demonstrate the value achieved as a company.
    CAPS Research Team

  • Fighting Procurement Fraud Members Only Content

    Tapping Into: Supply management issues and trends
    Mature supply management practices coupled with solid internal controls are the best weapons against procurement fraud in a supply chain organization.
    Juanita M. Rendon, DBA, CPA and Rene G. Rendon, DBA, CPSM, CPSD, C.P.M.

Departments

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