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Vol. 21, No. 10
October/November 2010


    Impact Ready: In the Eye of Natural Disasters Members Only Content

    Mitigating a natural disaster's impact on the supply chain requires a business continuity plan with predictive analysis and agile operations.
    John Yuva

  • Agents of Socially Responsible Change Members Only Content

    Supply management is in a unique position to make a measurable difference by framing a corporate social responsibility strategy to best serve the total organization.
    Lisa Arnseth

  • Balance Your Talent Requirements Members Only Content

    The new way of managing talent is fundamentally different from what has come before it, because it takes as its starting point organizational goals and not human resource targets.
    Peter Cappelli

  • Managing Risks in Volatile Raw Materials Markets Members Only Content

    By integrating business units into the management and risk strategies of raw materials, organizations can overcome the volatility in these markets.
    Jeff Shulman, Patricio Ibáñez and Andrew Corr

  • Indirect Procurement: Too Many Missed Opportunities Members Only Content

    While the expected trends in indirect procurement are progressing more slowly than anticipated, new areas of savings and value creation are apparent.
    Alec Bounds, Simon Rycraft and Julia Trampel

    A Clear and Present Leader Members Only Content

    In an increasingly transparent world, strong, focused organizational leadership and culture determine success with today's sustainability issues.
    Kathleen Miller Perkins

    Cross-Cultural Expertise Members Only Content

    Become a global ambassador for your supply management organization by demonstrating cross-cultural competencies in sourcing and supplier settings.
    Marika Lindstrom

    Outsourced and Under Your Control Members Only Content

    Avoid errors and mitigate risk in outsourcing business processes through contracts, careful planning and relationship management.
    John T. Shapiro and Jeffrey J. Mayer

    Is It Time to Nearshore? Members Only Content

    As the total landed costs of sourcing from China continue to increase, organizations are turning their attention back to Mexico and the United States.
    Garland Chow, DBA


  • Risk in the Supply Chain Members Only Content

    Editor's Page: Supply Management Buzz
    Implementing appropriate risk strategies can mitigate effects of natural disasters and the volatile raw materials markets.
    Terri Tracey, CAE, Editor

  • Managing Your Career Members Only Content

    Executive Access to the Board
    Take proactive steps with your career to best prepare yourself for the future.
    Ronald D. Schnur, CPSM

  • A Recipe for Corporate Culture Members Only Content

    Out In Front: Leading People, Leading Organizations
    Three executives provide an in-depth look at the supply chain benefits of their company's unique corporate culture.
    Jeff Goh, Humberto Villagomez and Ralph Lambros

  • Center-Led Team Lessons Members Only Content

    Tapping Into ... Supply Management Issues and Trends
    Transitioning to a center-led procurement structure requires effective team efforts to gain support and drive sustainable outcomes.
    Samuel Fairchild, Ph.D.

  • Help Suppliers Score Green Wins Members Only Content

    Sustainability: Responsible Supply Management
    Procter & Gamble offers to share its new Supplier Environmental Sustainability Scorecard to help fill the current void for an industry standard.
    Rick Hughes and Larry Loftus

  • Use Positive Consequences Members Only Content

    Personal Connections: Work. Life. Balance.
    Positive consequences are essential to influencing the behaviors of others and achieving high performance
    Mark Sasscer and Barry Savage


  • Just in Time -- October/November 2010

    This article is not available online.

  • Breakthrough Strategy Members Only Content

    CAPS Research: Promoting Supply Management's Best Practices
    Leading-edge companies are turning to a value focused supply strategy to move beyond just cost savings.
    Roberta J. Jennings

  • ISM News -- October/November 2010

    This article is not available online.

  • Beyond Borders Members Only Content

    International Insights
    Lisa Wolters-Broder

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