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IIAPS

Introducing Free YouTube Masterclasses on Category Management and Strategic Sourcing

The International Institute for Advanced Purchasing & Supply (IIAPS) “is dedicated to the raising of international standards in purchasing and supply management so that real business […]

Kraljic, Supply and the Procurement Body of Knowledge – more from Andrew Cox

The debate following Sigi Osagie’s two “Aristotle or Kraljic” articles has been excellent! (I will save my personal contribution for a bit longer, I think). […]

Are Aggressive Buyers Stupid or Guilty of Segmentation Errors?

Professor Andrew Cox, founder and leader of the International Institute for Advanced Purchasing & Supply, shares his response to the recent debate over supplier bullying […]

Down the Procurement Pub with Enrich, Andrew Cox, Trade Extensions and Night Terrors of 1927

Here is Nora Huovila of Finnish software firm Sievo, who has just moved to London as their UK Head of Business Development. I was welcoming […]

To Be or Not To Be Ethical – In Defence of Food Buyers

Professor Andrew Cox, founder and leader of the International Institute for Advanced Purchasing & Supply, Chair of its Advisory Board, ex Birmingham University professor and procurement […]

Is win-win in supplier relationships impossible? Andrew Cox thinks so, we’re not so sure

David Atkinson, ex CPO and now one of the most thoughtful advisers and thinkers in our business,  tweeted a link to a fascinating  white paper […]