Daily Archives: January 2, 2016

100 Procurement Damnations Down!

Just as 2015 came to a close, our last post chronicled our 100th Procurement Damnation that you, as a Procurement professional, have to deal with on a regular, if not daily, basis. That’s an almost unimaginable number of damnations that torment you as you attempt to do your job and why only the best of the best can be Procurement Professionals!

Since there are so many damnations (that it took us an entire year to chronicle them all) we thought it would be a good idea to summarize the complete list in one post so that you could go back and review any posts in the series that you might have missed during your hectic conference and vacation seasons as this was SI’s biggest and most aggressive series to date, much longer than both the 15-part “Future” of Procurement series and the 33-part “Future” Trends Expose series (that followed) combined and double the length of the maverick‘s 50 Shades of Pay series (assuming it gets completed) which, to date, only has 20 parts up and available for your reading pleasure.

There’s more that could be said, but as we’ve already said so much, without further ado, here are the links to all 100 Procurement Damnations for your reading pleasure.

Introductory Posts

Economic Damnations

Infrastructure Damnations

Environmental Damnations

Geopolitical Damnations

Regulatory Damnations

Societal Damnations

Organizational Damnations

Authoritative Damnations

Provider Damnations

Consumer Damnations

Technological Damnations

Influential Damnations

Bonus Posts!