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Procurement people are shooting themselves in the foot – IACCM

The July IACCM Newsletter reports on its research results suggesting that procurement people at many companies are jamming onerous contract terms and conditions down the throats of their suppliers — but that this approach may in fact be counterproductive.

“Ironically, as so much IACCM literature explains, this approach to risk management is self-defeating. By pushing onerous terms onto suppliers, the buyer has not achieved reduced risk – in fact they have frequently increased the probability of things going wrong.”

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