Geopolitical Instability Among Top Concerns for Procurement and Supply Chain in 2017

This past year was an eventful one, as far as geopolitics is concerned – the European refugee crisis and growing unrest in the Middle East, coupled with China and Russia’s assertive stance on regional issues, caused widespread political instability across several nations.

The Outlook for Procurement in 2017 and Beyond – Global Supertrends and Their Implications

The political and economic changes witnessed in 2016 will continue to have far-reaching effects on global businesses in 2017 and beyond, according to GEP’s recently published annual Procurement Outlook report. Uncertainty in the global economic and business environment could result in lower investments and dampen the overall global economic growth. In addition, the lack of international consensus on climate change is another possibly destabilizing factor.

The Politics of Performance Analysis

The Internet and social media have made it easy to make decisions – right from buying a new device to choosing a restaurant, online reviews can help you decide and choose. But can you really trust online reviews when it comes to choosing your suppliers or evaluating their performance?

Is Your Procurement Team Ready for the Mobile Revolution?

A new study by Knoll Workforce Research states that more than 91% of employees today report doing work outside of their traditional work locations. By 2020, nearly most large organizations will offer mobile work options to their employees. What does this mean for your procurement team?

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