Emma Scott, representation manager at the Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply outlines a strategy to avoid the huge consequences of corporate fraud.
With all the trials and tribulations of recent years, the landscape of business has changed dramatically. We are living in a world with more uncertainty and increasingly challenging conditions.
Trudy Salandiak, public relations officer at the Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply offers a survival course that could save suppliers – and their customers – from going under...
With prices falling across many sectors, organisations are starting to feel the pressure. For many this means looking again at their pricing structure, analysing the overall package they have and reviewing what customers are willing to pay.
Emma Scott explains the intricacies of pricing strategies and the need for flexibility in ever-changing markets.
Emma Brooks, representation manager at the Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply explains why maintaining cash liquidity is key to surviving the credit crunch but money-saving measures demand balanced decisions.
The issue of cost has never had such a great focus. Irrespective of sector, size or situation, the economic downturn has driven cost high up organisations' agendas. Paul Livingston and Mike Fogg explore this ever-important issue...
One of the key problems of the continuing emphasis on cost reduction os the serious damage that it can do to the supply chain. But this doesn't have to be the case, says Ray Carter.