Browsing: Dalip Raheja

While globalization has led to many advantages for supply chains/procurement organizations with access to cheaper labor, lower regulations, access to markets and spreading of wealth, it also means that we are all now tied into the global economy and subject to its whims.  It is a system and…

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Last week Anne Kohler wrote about the recent PERT (Procurement Executive Round Table) meeting and the discussion around Category Management (“CM”) and I would like to continue that.  As you saw, we published a Maturity Model in 2001 (since updated a few times) and many of you who…

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Obviously that’s a rhetorical question and not one that I’m asking but it was in an article that stated:  ”Any idiot should be able to work out that publicly-quoted advertising holding companies (whose margins are public knowledge) have to make their money somewhere…..” (Stephen Foster) and I’m pretty…

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The hamburger wars are back again and the winner will be decided by their supply chains.  We have often talked about how the new role for sourcing/supply chain organizations is no longer being the best negotiators and cost cutters but directly influencing corporate strategy, top line growth, market…

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