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Comments (1)
This is a great observation and so true -

"I still roll out my old supply chain litmus test from time to time: Does your company have separate VPs of procurement and logistics? If so, they are either competing or joined at the hip."

Very interesting point about the disconnect between HR and Finance. Considering they have different approaches and care about different things it's not surprising.

Posted by Mike K | Wednesday, August 01 2012 at 11:35AM ET
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