Browsing: Dalip Raheja

I was recently on the phone with the CEO of a software solution provider whom I met at a recent conference (Hi Russ) in our profession and we started talking about how the process of engaging with suppliers is inefficient and ineffective.  While I’m sure that every person…

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We wrote a series of blogs: Strategic Sourcing is Dead!!! in 2010 on this topic and we caused a huge stir in our professional community.  Our basic hypothesis was that the sourcing process was actually destroying, yes destroying value for their organizations.  I won’t bore you with the various…

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As promised, here are some thoughts and observations from the conference.  As we have observed in the past, this is one group where professionals from both sides get together and talk about their respective processes.  What has been fascinating to watch is how the language has changed in…

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Having been on both sides professionally and having worked with clients on both sides, it has been a patient wait to start seeing the convergence of managing buy and sell side risks in organizations.  While there are a few out there (Raytheon – David Wilkins (disclosure – we…

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In a recent discussion, Michael Crow (President of Arizona State University – home of ISM) was discussing the launch of a new program and made some very meaningful and astute observations.  He opined that the Millennials are looking for a “life having purpose” and doing “meaningful” work.  He…

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