Why You Should Read Our Books


 X. Paul Humbert, the founder of the The Humbert Group, writes about matters pertaining to global logistics management services. How well companies manage commercial risk is the key to good contracting and success. Global supply chain logistics are complex but a necessary part of every corporations process improvement. That is why so many organizations whether public or private are so heavily invested in process improvement consulting, commercial risk management and supply chain consulting. 

 My Supply Chain Management books provide valuable knowledge on all aspects of contracting. This will assist you in procurement, commercial terms and conditions, contract language, contract drafting, best practices and process improvement. With this key information, you’ll be better informed about all phases of managing supply chain transactions and well versed in contract terms and conditions. These skills prepare you for transaction lifecycle management and complex contract negotiations.    

Business purchasing and sales have never be more challenging. Although process improvement and commercial risk management services are effective at improving sales and reducing risk, they are expensive. Nothing helps the bottom line towards profitability like knowledge. The right contract management and global supply chain books can be a vital part of improving logistics, better contracting, and reducing contact risks. Plus I do some something unique...I make the topic fun and a pleasure to read about. Your next favorite vacation book!

Our Must Have Best Selling Supply Chain Management Book

Contract and Risk Management for Supply Chain Management Professionals


Learn to Identify, Minimize, and Manage Commercial Risks

Model Contract Terms and Conditions with Annotations and Case Summaries


 Provides Model Language, Annotations, and Case Studies 

Build your Playbook for Managing Supply Chain Transactions


Build your Playbook for Managing Supply Chain Transactions

How to Analyze and Negotiate Warranties for Goods and Services


A Primer for Lawyers and Non-Lawyers Alike

What CFOs (and Future CFOs) Need To Know About Supply Chain Transactions


How Supply Chain Transaction Risks Should Be Managed