News, Events & Insights: Supplier Relationship Management

Read our latest Whitepaper on how to use agile thinking to help build joint collaborative relationships More Info
Why are supplier reviews so important? In brief, it’s because they allow you to manage the most important of strategic relationships – those with your key suppliers – more effectively More Info
Jonathan O'Brien delivering keynote address on the topic of “How strategic procurement must become one with supply chain, network and logistics management to secure competitive advantage for the future.” More Info
The second edition of Jonathan O’Brien’s book, "Supplier Relationship Management” has been launched More Info
Today, organizations face more uncertainty than ever before. The role of Procurement is to guide the organization through this uncertain future and help realize new sourcing strategies for what lies ahead. ... More Info
We are pleased to announce that a new 2-Day Intensive Supplier Relationship Management public course has been added to our schedule. We have pleasure in confirming that this will ... More Info
We all know that managing your supply chain efficiently will save your company money and time, and reduce risk. But where can you start? If you are considering a realignment of ... More Info
Adapting to survive… why the fittest companies demand the evolution of procurement with SRM at its core. Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) is the trending topic of the moment in procurement circles, but what is driving this heightened interest? Jonathan O’Brien considers why we need SRM like never before and how we can make it happen. In today’s operating environment, companies need to better know and move ... More Info
Avoiding Bribery and Corruption in your Supply Chain. Dealing with suppliers could potentially put you at risk bribery and corruption. In much of Northern Europe, North America, Australia and Japan, such practices are rare and regarded as unacceptable (Global Corruption Barometer, 2013 – http://www.transparency.org/gcb2013). They could also be illegal. Elsewhere, it could just be how business is done and is simply ... More Info
10 tips for successIf we engage a supplier to work for us we have a contract with them, whether formalized or not. All we need to do is manage them to this contract and what we have agreed between us. Then, if they don’t perform, we have legal remedies open to us. Easy, right? In theory, contract management should be straightforward, yet it ... More Info