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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 […]

“Leading Procurement Strategy – Driving Value Through the Supply Chain” Book Review (part 2)

We started our review of Leading Procurement Strategy – Driving Value Through the Supply Chain   (from Mena, Van Hoek, and Christopher) last week and I […]

Negotiation for Purchasing Professionals – our book review (part 3)

Negotiation for Purchasing Professionals  - ★★★★ We really enjoyed the comments around part 2 of our book review last week, so thanks for everyone who […]

Negotiation for Purchasing Professionals – our book review (part 2)

Negotiation for Purchasing Professionals is the new book from Jonathan O’Brien of Positive Purchasing. In part 1 of our review we were very positive overall, […]

Negotiation for Purchasing Professionals – our book review (part 1)

OUR RATING - 4 STARS Negotiation for Purchasing Professionals, published by Kogan Page at a list price of £29.99, is a new book from Jonathan […]

The CPO – a novel about procurement (part 3 of our review)

In part 2 of our review, I laid into the lack of interesting characterisation in "The CPO", the first ever novel with a procurement leader […]

The CPO – a novel about procurement (part 2 of our review)

Back to “The CPO”, the procurement novel written by five AT Kearney consultants. We outlined the story last week in part 1, so today I’ll […]

The CPO – a novel about procurement – our review (part 1)

We mentioned this book a few weeks ago when it was first published. A novel, no less, written by five A.T. Kearney consultants, Christian Schuh, […]