A recent good read on how data, algorithms and internal biases affect our lives caused me to wonder: what other books, while not nominally related to procurement, have pertinent takeaways? To find out, I asked around. Responses ranged from the rare oddity to the classics of the business canon, with suggestions from the Spend Matters team and practitioners alike. Welcome to the first meeting of the Spend Matters Book Club.
The Best Of Category
Happy Friday! And, welcome to another edition of our best of roundup, giving you the latest and greatest from the Spend Matters Network. Read up on the news regarding the IBM Emptoris and Coupa partnership on Spend Matters, and delve into complex sourcing tasks over on Spend Matters UK. MetalMiner talks about all the action regarding aluminum production in the Middle East. Trade Financing Matters, too, discusses the controversial topic of palm oil. Enjoy!
Happy Friday, and welcome back to another edition of our Best of Roundup – giving you the most noteworthy articles of the week published on our Spend Matters Network. Check out all the coverage Jason provided from the Tungsten conference this week on Spend Matters. Head over to Spend Matters UK to read an interesting post on "man-vs.-man negotiation." MetalMiner taught us about its forecasting methods this week as well, and Trade Financing Matters discussed integrated receivable hubs. Enjoy!
Welcome to another edition of our best of roundup – a compilation of our most noteworthy and talked about articles from around the Spend Matters Network this week. Spend Matters US got to talk to the new CEO Of Taulia, and across the pond, Spend Matters UK shares advice on supplier relationship management. MetalMiner, too, provides an update on raw steel prices. Enjoy and happy Friday!
This week on Chief Procurement Officer, we began our series of dismantling the top procurement myths that exist in the industry. Written by Pierre Mitchell, chief research officer, the series includes a new post every day discussing another procurement myth and why it should no longer exist. It is clear that while some procurement practices worked 20 years ago, they shouldn't be followed today. Pierre tells us why. Check out the beginning of the series, published this week on the CPO website.
It's Friday, which means another edition of the "Best of" roundup – giving you our favorite articles published around the Spend Matters Network throughout the week. Jason decided it was time for a "smackdown" on best-of-breed e-procurement solutions on our US Spend Matters site. UK Spend Matters tells us why indirect and direct spend definitions are not suitable classifications for procurement. MetalMiner tells us why US steel producers are concerned CRC imports, and Trade Financing Matters talks US interest rates. Enjoy!
Welcome to this week's Best of Roundup - giving you the greatest and latest in the Spend Matters Network. Enjoy!
Welcome back to our weekly roundup, where we give you the most noteworthy articles published around the Spend Matters Network this week. Enjoy and Happy Friday!
As January comes to a close, we offer the latest edition of the Best of Spend Matters Network Roundup. Today, as every Friday, we give you the most noteworthy articles from the week published on our network of websites - from Spend Matters US and UK sites, Public Spend Matters Europe, Trade Financing Matters and MetalMiner. Enjoy!
We offer our most popular posts from around the Spend Matters Network this week. Find out what our readers have been checking out, from football commentary on Spend Matters to unethical behavior from food buyers on our Spend Matters UK site and more. Also read the most noteworthy posts from MetalMiner and Trade Financing Matters. Enjoy!
Happy Friday! Today, we give you our top articles published this week throughout the Spend Matters Network. Check out our most noteworthy posts from Spend Matters' US and UK sites, as well as those from MetalMiner and Trade Financing Matters. Enjoy!
Happy Friday! And, welcome back to the Spend Matters Network "best of" roundup - the first of the new year! Here, we give you our most noteworthy and popular posts published on our website this week.