Will your supply chain thrive in a post-coronavirus world?,
25 March 2020
Tim Lawrence, supply chain expert, explains how implementing smart manufacturing technologies can help businesses thrive in a post-coronavirus world.
Coronavirus crisis exposes the risk in low-cost supply chains that criss-cross the world,
21 March 2020
Stephen May, supply chain expert at PA Consulting, discusses how coronavirus has exposed weaknesses in global supply chains.
Creative accounting with CO2 emissions,
24 April 2019
PA Consulting’s latest research into CO2 emissions targets is featured in a story by NRC, a Dutch national newspaper. The story reports on the deal between Fiat-Chrysler and Tesla on pooling their cars to avoid European fines.
Time for procurement to become Entreprocurial,
19 January 2017
PA Consulting Group’s Natalie Henfrey and JJ Van Der Meer, procurement experts, discuss what Entroprocurial means for for the procurement industry.
Strategic cost-out requires clear principles,
23 August 2016
PA business transformation expert, Stefan Knapp, shares the results of PA’s Cost-out Maturity survey.
The second Mexican renewable energy auction: what has changed?,
23 July 2016
PA energy expert, Jim Heidell, discusses changes in Mexico's energy sector as a result of the first wholesale electricity market auction.
Thinking ahead to avoid the challenges of tomorrow,
19 July 2016
PA Consulting Group’s Natalie Henfrey, a procurement expert, discusses the threat of recession following the UK’s vote to leave the European Union and steps procurement can take to ensure the function doesn’t return to the days of cost cutting.
Energy storage deployment: best practises ,
7 July 2016
PA energy expert, Alex Pischalnikov, discusses opportunities of advanced energy storage in the manufacturing and heavy industrials sector.
How to... move from CPO to CEO,
15 June 2016
PA Consulting Group’s Johan MIlls, procurement expert, discusses how a company CPO can become a CEO.
Excessive review of public procurements must stop,
2 December 2015
PA sourcing expert, Gösta Ljungberg, states that excessive review of public procurements must stop.