Inside Supply Management

Table of Contents

Vol. 16, No. 3
March 2005

Features

  • Remember (to visit) the Alamo Members Only Content

    San Antonio is a city that promises something fun for everyone, be it history, culture or cuisine.
    Jill Schildhouse and San Antonio Convention and Visitors Bureau

  • COVER STORY
    Defining Supply Management Members Only Content

    While the specifics may vary from firm to firm, there are critical elements of supply management that are constant. Are you achieving them?
    Anna E. Flynn, Ph.D., C.P.M.

  • Corporate Ethics: Taking the High Road Members Only Content

    A well-defined and clearly communicated corporate code of ethics offers companies a priceless peace of mind.
    Jill Schildhouse

  • Doing Business in the Philippines Members Only Content

    With its dedicated workforce and a cultural affinity to the United States, organizations are finding business opportunities in the Philippines.
    John Yuva

Business

In Every Issue

  • Proud to Support Our Finest Members Only Content

    ISM assists our country's troops and workforce by discounting services.
    Paul Novak, C.P.M., A.P.P.

  • Just In Time

    This article is not available online.


  • Collaborative Sourcing Through Expressive Bidding Members Only Content

    Expressive bidding creates a win-win situation for buyers and suppliers by affording companies a reduction in cost and operational complexity.
    Joseph Raudabaugh

  • Community State Bank Members Only Content

    With budget and time pressures, a choice must be made for the purchase of computer hardware.
    Sang T. Choe

  • Construction/Installation Contract Warranties Members Only Content

    Armed with appropriate warranties in their agreements, supply managers are assured that the goods or services they purchase will meet their expectations.
    Martin J. Carrara, J.D., C.P.M.

  • ISM News

    This article is not available online.


Strategies and Solutions

  • Reducing Risk in Requests for Proposal Members Only Content

    Lower the risks by including insurance requirements, a nondisclosure agreement, and quality and performance standards in an RFP.
    Barbara A. Devine, MBA, ARM


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