From zero to hero in 12 months

Arminas, David
February 2003
Supply Management;2/27/2003, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p14
Discusses the excellent corporate performance of the London, England borough of Haringey, according to a report from the Great Britain Audit Commission. Establishment of a procurement department; Improvement of education delivery; Getting stakeholder buy-in where people in other departments understand that procurement can help them attain their goals.


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