As we mentioned a few days ago, The Strategic Sourceror is happy to be moving into its fourth year as an online publication.  Last year was a big year for us, adding procurement and supply chain news to the mix and doubling both our post count as well as our regular readership base.   We wanted to use this post to reflect back on the most popular articles on our site from 2010.

Most Read Procurement and Editorial Posts From 2010:
  1. "Pay What You Want Purchasing"
  2. "Third-Party Avoidance - The Newest Page in the Parcel Industry Playbook"
  3. "Tips for Picking the Right Contingency Based Sourcing Consultant"
  4. "Problems in the Supply Chain - HTC, Apple, AT&T, Verizon, Sprint"
  5. "Market Intelligence: Real Time is the Only Kind - Part 1"
Top Supply Chain News Items from 2010:

  1. "UPS tells customers, 'We love logistics'"
  2. "ZF establishes American supply chain for wind turbine components"
  3. "Coca-Cola acquisition prompts supply chain changes"
  4. "Apple's pricing strategy keeps consumers spending more"
  5. "MedAssets to acquire Broadlane Group for $850 million"
Most Debated in 2010
  1. "Strategic Sourcing is (NOT) Dead - Roundup"
  2. "Strategic Sourcing is Alive and Kicking"
  3. "Strategic Sourcing Lives On!"
Oldies But Goodies (older entries that are still read regularly):
  1. "The Most Stupidest Contract Clauses, Part 1"
  2. "Dun & Bradstreet's New Competitor"
  3. "A Creative Solution to Unemployment"
  4. "Heineken is 'Fit 2 Fight'"
  5. "The Most Stupidest Contract Clauses, Part 2"
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