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Brexit: be ready to act

In an article published in Raconteur’s Future of Procurement report, Daniel Peck and Phil Woode discuss what procurement teams must do to ensure they are ready to react to all eventualities after the UK exits the European Union. They suggest that public and private sector organizations should use these crucial few months while the terms of the Brexit deal are being agreed to get on the front foot. They should assess their risks and draw up contingency plans that will enable them to respond to what the next few months might bring.

 

COVID-19: Key short-term actions for manufacturers to take
Insight
COVID-19: Key short-term actions for manufacturers to take

As COVID-19 impacts manufacturing supply chains, which key short-term actions should be taken?

Five essential steps to improve your sustainability performance through your supply chain
Guide
Five essential steps to improve your sustainability performance through your supply chain

While some organizations have become more vocal in their intentions to be more sustainable, many are still not equipped for it, leaving it to be an overwhelming task with no clear roadmap. We propose a 5-step approach to get started.

Five warehousing pitfalls restricting your supply chain
Insight
Five warehousing pitfalls restricting your supply chain

Warehousing is often seen as the "unsexy" part of the supply chain and is treated as a low value function. However, it’s actually a pivotal aspect to consider when optimizing your supply chain. Here's the five warehousing pitfalls and ways to avoid them.

Five lessons on reducing the risk of supplier scandals
Opinion
Five lessons on reducing the risk of supplier scandals

How to avoid a supplier-related scandal with five easy steps.