A portfolio approach to the development of differentiated purchasing strategies - Kees Gelderman

For long, purchasing was considered as a relatively unimportant clerical function in business. Not earlier than the latter half of the 20th century were there any indications that the importance of purchasing started to be recognized. Especially driven by the 1973 Oil crisis, top management started taking an interest in the importance of suppliers and […]

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