Inside Supply Management

Table of Contents

Vol. 16, No. 5
May 2005

Features

  • COVER STORY
    Measuring Up Members Only Content

    Cost savings: there may be different ways to measure them, but it's equally important that they're recognized and validated at the executive level.
    Roberta J. Duffy

  • Business Is Better Safe Than Sorry Members Only Content

    Through awareness and proper planning, organizations worldwide are realizing that safety is no accident.
    Jill Schildhouse

Business

In Every Issue

  • Leaders Are Pushing the Envelope Members Only Content

    Innovation, value, costs and risks: shows strides are being made by supply management.
    John D. Blascovich

  • Just In Time

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  • Implementing an E-Procurement Solution Members Only Content

    E-procurement has become a valuable method to streamline workflow, automate processes, and increase visibility and accountability. We've all heard the nightmare stories of system implementations that have taken on a life of their own with ever-increasing resource needs and expanded timelines. Because supply management is involved in this process at varying levels and stages, the following are a few suggestions to keep your future e-procurement system implementation on track.
    Eddie Rain

  • Let the Analysis Be Your Guide Members Only Content

    After a thorough analysis, supply managers should feel confident to stand by their decisions.
    Arthur D. Aramino

  • Contracts From the Supplier's Perspective Members Only Content

    As an alternative to fighting "the battle of the forms," why not understand what suppliers are looking for in contracts and structure yours as such?
    Richard W. Pearse, J.D., MA

  • ISM News

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  • How are savings captured within your organization? Members Only Content

    Speaking of ... Capturing/Recognizing Savings


Strategies and Solutions

  • The Process Management Cycle Members Only Content

    The five-step process management cycle will bring continual efficiency and quality to supply management practices.
    Oscar Vogel, C.P.M., A.P.P., CQIA

  • High-Stakes Supply Management Members Only Content

    Firms are emphasizing the importance of supplier integration through the procurement, engineering, procurement and construction (PEpC) process.
    Jim A. Scotti


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