Spend Matters welcomes a guest post from Bryan Cochie and Len Prokopets (see full bios at the end of this piece) of The Hackett Group. […]
As the old adage goes, “the devil lies in the details” – and that aptly describes the challenge many diversified US manufacturers find in meeting the new conflict-free minerals compliance requirements under the Dodd-Frank legislation. What seems straightforward enough – avoiding the 3Ts (tin, tungsten and tantalum) – actually becomes more challenging when one considers the wide array of semi-finished materials companies purchase.
"A Wal-Mart spokesman declined to comment." Wal-Mart Bribery Probe Expands Past Mexico To Brazil, China and India -- An internal probe of Wal-Mart's actions in […]
This post is based on material contained in the following Spend Matters Compass Series brief: Beyond One-Off Initiatives and a Virtual Vendor Master – Advanced […]
Click for the first installment in this series: Procurement: From Finance's Poodle to Attack Dog. When it comes to starting fires versus fighting them, procurement […]
It's been a fascinating few days of coverage and analysis regarding Monitor Group's bankruptcy and Deloitte subsequently coming in and announcing they were purchasing the […]