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  • Babs Omotola © Akin Falope Growth in the pipelineAndrew Pring meets Babs Omotowa to find out how the managing director and chief executive officer of Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas meets the challenges in the industry.
  • Fracking machine © Shutterstock Bright ideasAn increasingly complex and expensive energy market means procurement will be a leading light in discussions to determine long-term strategy.
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Supply Business editor Rebecca Ellinor selects a recent article highlighting key considerations for global procurement and supply chain professionals.

Ethics articles

  • Babs Omotola © Akin Falope Growth in the pipelineAndrew Pring meets Babs Omotowa to find out how the managing director and chief executive officer of Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas meets the challenges in the industry.
  • Sound bites - January 2014Executives, 
politicians and authors on matters 
of business, procurement 
and supply.
  • Python skin / snakeskin © Shutterstock CSR update - January 2014Snake charming; Tool for green tips; Nestlé recruitment drive for young; Construction firms unite for sustainable sourcing.
  • Mike Inman, professional negotiation instructor, Tableforce The negotiator - January 2014Mike Inman takes a look at the situations when it may be acceptable to be "economical with the truth".
  • "Mind games" illustration © Ian Dodds Mind gamesUnconscious bias affects us all. That's why CPOs need to be aware that any assumptions or 'gut feelings' need to be assessed critically. Rima Evans reports.
  • Fracking machine © Shutterstock Bright ideasAn increasingly complex and expensive energy market means procurement will be a leading light in discussions to determine long-term strategy.
  • Wedding rings © iStock CSR update - September 2013Mobile firms act after tin warning; UN targets sustainability; Tiffany diamond boost for Africa; Regional suppliers aid local economy; SC Johnson grows Rwandan links.
  • "Countering fraud" book cover Countering fraud for competitive advantageMark Button and Jim Gee; Wiley; £34.99/$55.
  • Different coloured pencils © Shutterstock Sharpening up their actSmaller, minority-owned suppliers in the US are often outperforming their larger counterparts – and are being snapped up as a result. But is this growing trend to use more diverse suppliers echoed across the world?
  • Sound bites: March 2013Executives, the public and politicians on matters of business, procurement 
and supply.
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