Source One Round Up: December 2, 2016

Here's a look at where Source One's cost reduction
 experts have been featured this week!

Three Signs of Difficult Stakeholders and How to Deal
Sure, on paper the strategic sourcing process seems simple. Collect your relevant data, assess your information, develop a go-to-market strategy, have you stakeholders agree to said strategy and work with your supply base to arrive at an competitive agreement. However, each step of this process is reliant on working with the necessary stakeholders to gather the necessary information, form the right strategy, and move forward. The problem is: not all stakeholders are easy to work with. In fact, some can immediately shut down your cost reduction initiative. This week, Source One Analyst Nicholas Harasymczuk shares his advice for dealing the most difficult of stakeholder scenarios.

Risk Management in Supply Chain and Procurement: Preparing for the Storm
With an increasingly globalized economy, the risks associated with growing and managing supply chain operation are ever looming. Some of which, such as disaster preparedness, are frequently discussed and included in risk mitigation plans for organizations. However, there are many emerging risks that organizations do not typically address. This week, Source One Project Analyst Tatiana Scripnic discusses the risks that often go unaddressed and proposes solutions to consider for global supply chain operations.

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