Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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International Journal of Purchasing and Materials Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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International Journal of Purchasing and Materials Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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International Journal of Purchasing and Materials Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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International Journal of Purchasing and Materials Management

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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Journal of Purchasing

Supplier Relationships and the Trade Secrets Dilemma Members Only Content

Increasingly, purchasing managers are finding that they are gatekeepers of valuable information for which adequate security must be provided. As relationships between purchasers and suppliers become increasingly interdependent through partnering arrangements, the need to document and provide adequate security increases. The authors believe that with recent trends in supplier relations, purchasing managers must take a proactive approach to provide for the safety of their firms' proprietary information. The trade secrets problem facing managers is explored, and a suggested program for reducing the risks of information misappropriation is presented.

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