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Ten commandments

Ten Commandments of Procurement – the Ashcroft Decalogue

Our summer topic on the Ten Commandments of Procurement, that is, statements of a procurement and supply chain nature that are absolutely, unarguably true, under all circumstances […]

Ten Commandments of Procurement – Don’t Be Corrupt, Do Be Objective

This month, we are looking at the Procurement Ten Commandments. Can we define "rules” that always apply and guide the work of practitioners? It seems […]

Ten Commandments of Procurement – “Apply Appropriate Complexity”

This month, we are looking at the Ten Commandments of Procurement – can we define ten “rules” that always apply and might guide the work […]

The Procurement Commandments – Dr Michael Lamoureux Gives Us Ten

So how is our Ten Commandments of Procurement topic for July coming along? Well, we’ve had two significant additions to the thinking in the last […]

The Ten Commandments of Procurement – Competition is Good

We have had several responses to our Ten Commandments of Procurement challenge - we’ve listed them at the bottom of this article. Thanks to those […]