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Sigi Osagie

Procurement, Passion and Parisians – Thoughts From the Promenade des Anglais

Sigi Osagie is an expert on effectiveness in Procurement & Supply Chain Management, he helps organisations and individuals achieve enhanced performance growth to accomplish their business […]

Procurement Engagement – Birds Without Wings Can’t Fly to Success

We are pleased to bring you another illuminating post from our regular contributor, Sigi Osagie, expert on effectiveness in Procurement & Supply Chain Management, helping organisations and individuals achieve […]

Procurement Career Mentor Clinic – ‘Skills for Moving Up’

One of the many challenges Procurement & Supply Chain people struggle with is mastering how to grow their careers successfully. So this article is the […]

Down the Procurement Pub with Seal Software, the Pig, Sigi Osagie and Lady Lamb

Seal Software has featured as a sponsor here (their logo is over there to the right) for some time, but the firm has been fairly […]

Leadership and Culture: Get Their Juices Flowing, But Not Like Sepp Blatter

Another excellent post from our regular guest contributor, Sigi Osagie, expert on effectiveness in Procurement & Supply Chain Management and author of "Procurement Mojo - Strengthening […]

Risk Management Is Your Job, Not Just “A Priority!”

Supply Management recently reported a global survey by Consero Group in which almost half of CPOs named supplier risk as a top concern – “their […]

What Procurement Should Learn from M&S

We're delighted that Sigi Osagie, expert on effectiveness in Procurement & Supply Chain Management, is going to be writing for us regularly. He helps organisations […]

Sigi Osagie – An Excerpt from his Excellent Book, Procurement Mojo

We reviewed Sigi Osagie’s book here - “Procurement Mojo - Strengthening the Function and Raising its Profile.” It’s fair to say we liked it rather a […]

Procurement Mojo – Reviewing Sigi Osagie’s Impressive First Book

We featured our interview with Sigi Osagie as our procurement provocateur recently (here and here), to coincide with the publication of his first book “Procurement […]