After Two Series on the Future of Procurement – What Have We Learned III

In our first post we noted that, after two series, fifty (50) posts, and almost seventy five (75) pages on the “future” of Procurement, we learned that while the majority of trends being positioned as “future” trends weren’t future trends at all, they were trends that your organization will encounter as it matures and grows […]

After Two Series on the Future of Procurement – What Have We Learned II

In our first post we noted that, after two series, fifty (50) posts, and almost seventy five (75) pages on the “future” of Procurement, we learned that while the majority of trends being positioned as “future” trends weren’t future trends at all, they were trends that your organization will encounter as it matures and grows […]

After Two Series on the Future of Procurement – What Have We Learned I

After two series, fifty (50) posts, AND almost seventy-five (75) pages on the “future” of Procurement, what have we learned? Besides the fact that most futurists are backwards-looking attention-seeking historians who will happily sell you snake oil past its expiration date, we’ve learned that they are able to sell this snake oil because they are […]