Injecting Some Mojo into Procurement and Supply Chain Management

Injecting Some Mojo into Procurement and Supply Chain Management

Procurement Mojo – Strengthening the Function and Raising Its Profile” a new book by interim executive, Sigi Osagie, is receiving wide acclaim across the Procurement and Supply Chain Management community. It has just been published and has already been featured in several trade media, including Spend Matters, Procurement Leaders, My Purchasing Center, CPO Rising and Supply Chain Digital.

The book focuses on the ‘soft’ issues that hamper most Procurement functions, and uses real-life war stories to teach readers practical techniques to up their game and get the function firing on all cylinders. Spend Matters described the book as “excellent”, and says “…it is highly recommended – if you judge business books on enjoyment, their ability to provoke your thinking, and education, then I’m struggling actually to think of another procurement book I’ve read that combines those elements in a more satisfying manner.”

Procurement Mojo is available on Amazon and other leading book outlets. For more information visit the book website at


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Results-oriented Supply Chain and Procurement executive with robust experience of addressing strategic and operational challenges across several functions. Broad experience of procurement & supply chain leadership and business improvement, spanning responsibility for strategy, people, process, infrastructure, projects and costs at global, regional and local levels.


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