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Newpoint staff, over the last 20 years, have written extensively about best practice in procurement and supply chain management, category management and strategic sourcing, with well over 20 books in print.

The list below provides a small selection of the key publications:

Value Sourcing: From Spend Management to Supply Management (Amazon Kindle, 2016).

Sourcing Portfolio Analysis: Power Positioning Tools for Category Management & Strategic Sourcing (Earlsgate Press, 2015).

Managing in Construction Supply Chains and Markets (Thomas Telford, 2006).

The Right Tools for the Job: On the Use and Performance of Management Tools and Techniques (Palgrave Macmillan, 2005).

Win-Win? The Paradox of Value and Interests in Business Relationships (Earlsgate Press, 2004).

Business Relationships for Competitive Advantage: Managing Alignment and Misalignment in Buyer and Supplier Transactions (Palgrave Macmillan, 2004).

Supply Chain Management: A Guide to Best Practice (Financial Times/Prentice Hall, 2003).

Supply Chains, Markets and Power: Mapping Buyer and Supplier Power Regimes (Routledge, 2002).

The E-Business Report (Earlsgate Press, 2001).

Power Regimes: Mapping the DNA of Business and Supply Chain Relationships (Earlsgate Press, 2000).

Strategic Procurement Management: Concepts and Cases (Earlsgate Press, 1999).

Strategic Procurement in Construction: Towards Better Practice in the Management of Construction Supply Chains (Thomas Telford, 1998).

Outsourcing: A Business Guide to Risk Management Tools and Techniques (Earlsgate Press, 1998).

Advanced Supply Management: The Best Practice Debate (Earlsgate Press, 1997).

Business Success: A Way of Thinking About Strategy, Critical Supply Chain Assets and Operational Best Practice (Earlsgate Press, 1997).

Innovations in Procurement Management (Earlsgate Press, 1996).

For further information on these articles and how Newpoint can assist clients with competence assessment, development and improvement in procurement and supply chain management please contact us.
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