Topic: supplier relationship management

Vendor Relationship Management Guide

This guide provides useful advice on creating partnerships with key solution providers. These alliances improve delivery quality and benefit realization at the same time sharing risks with key suppliers.

Which Buyers’ Skills Shape Supplier Performance?

This paper studies how buyers’ technical expertise and supplier governance skills shape their satisfaction with suppliers’ performance i.e. price, quality, and cooperativeness of products or services bought.

Outsourcing Vendor Management

 Outsourcing Vendor Management defines outsourcing, discusses the latest trends in the outsourcing industry and then defines vendor management and presents a vendor governance model.

Supplier Evaluation Framework and Process

 This paper introduces a supplier evaluation framework and process that focuses on building sustainable supplier relationships based upon core values.

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7 Steps to Business and IT Alignment

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