September issue of Supply Management out now

Supply Management – September 2016

Volume 21, Issue 7

How robots will affect your future career; find out why Ken dumped Barbie; we ask if Nick Ford and Anne Langley have the toughest procurement job in the world; the potential benefits of e-procurement and the boom in craft ale.

We also examine the legal implications of Brexit; reveal how 10 Kenyan students turned a WhatsApp group into a 600-strong skills network and look at how to excel in business like Taylor Swift.

Finally, what New Zealand discount retailer The Warehouse can teach you about ethical sourcing; how Heinz Baked Beans became a British institution; and the pros and cons of Goldfinger's investment choice.

Read the magazine online now.

Supply Management is the official magazine of the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply and is also available online to all CIPS members. You can also follow the magazine on Twitter @supplymgmt.

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