Journal of Supply Chain Management

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Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

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Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

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Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

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Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Supply Chain Management

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Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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International Journal of Purchasing and Materials Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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International Journal of Purchasing and Materials Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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International Journal of Purchasing and Materials Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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International Journal of Purchasing and Materials Management

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

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Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

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Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

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Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

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Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

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Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

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Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

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Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

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Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

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Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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Journal of Purchasing

The Influence of Organizational Factors on Purchasing Activities Members Only Content

Data from the 1995 CAPS study on purchasing's organizational roles and responsibilities were used to examine the involvement of the supply area in major corporate activities, use of team-based purchasing techniques, and functions that report to purchasing. A number of organizational factors were found to influence the role of purchasing within the firm, including status and related work experience of the chief purchasing officer (CPO), and the degree to which the supply area was centralized. Overall, respondents indicated that purchasing had a low level of involvement in major corporate activities, despite previous research that demonstrated the value of the supply function as a competitive weapon. The study also found that a surprisingly large number of firms appointed individuals lacking prior purchasing experience to the position of CPO.

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