2001 Purchasing Today Article Index
Term selected: Industry-Specific Sectors
A valuable reference tool, the Article Index is a comprehensive list of articles that have appeared in Inside Supply Management® (formerly Purchasing Today® and NAPM Insights®) magazine. Articles are organized by subject for easy locating and study.
Supply management professionals are part of multinational and multifunctional teams enjoying career opportunities of great depth, and a world of opportunities.
The new entrants? Internet providers of temporary employment services. Learn how to evaluate and use them effectively.
Despite the many road blocks that are slowing the adoption of e-procurement tools, the hospitality industry is making a turn toward e-commerce implementation.
Though seemingly unique to public sector purchasing/supply managers, adapting and responding to administration changes can benefit any purchasing/supply manager seeking to educate, collaborate with, and sell the value of the procurement function to an administration, new or old.
Without the ability to directly pass along higher fuel prices to their customers, organizations with fuel-intensive operations must seek ways to mitigate the consequences of fluctuating fuel prices.
Aiming to deliver the best in patient care, healthcare organizations are looking to outsourcing as a means to add value, and they want to do it right.
As service purchases are added to a public purchasing/supply manager’s list of commodities, learn what additional steps are required for their solicitation, contracting, and management.
Supply chain councils can produce significant cost savings and other benefits for many organizations. The following article explains the benefits of the councils and their activities, how they are formed, and what makes them successful.
In the quick-response business environment, transportation providers are using the Internet to meet the delivery needs of supply managers.