How Will Procurement Respond to A Recession?

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Are The PHISH Biting Your Procurement Department?

November 21, 2022

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As a procurement professional, how much do you rely on email and spreadsheets to communicate with your suppliers? Do you know the risks?

Posted in: Commentary

Does Procurement Pundit Advice Have A “Shelf Life?” Unravelling the Supplier Relationship Mystery

November 14, 2022

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When someone offers you advice, what makes it good?

Posted in: Commentary

Is procurement an adjunct of finance, or is finance an extension of procurement?

November 11, 2022

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Who at your company is at the supply chain wheel - procurement or finance?

Posted in: Commentary

“Enough with having a seat at the table talk?”

November 11, 2022

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Here are my thoughts regarding a great post by Steve Walton - what do you think?

AP Automation and e-Invoicing: Are the Benefits Too Obvious?

November 9, 2022

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If 85% of organizations believe that AP Automation is a game-changer, then why are only 10% of implementations fully operational?

Posted in: webinars

Who, What, When, Where, and Why – Facing The Risk Question Head-on!

November 9, 2022

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Who, What, When, Where, and Why risk is a procurement problem . . .

Posted in: Conferences

Would you let a 7-Year-Old interview and hire your next procurement star?

November 3, 2022

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How will AI versus a human conduct an interview, and will we get better results?

Posted in: LinkedIn Comments

How has procurement’s approach to negotiating with suppliers, e.g., lowest cost, impacted our ability to negotiate higher salaries for ourselves?

October 31, 2022

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According to recent data, new procurement hires receive 9% to 10% more than existing employees within the same company.

Posted in: Commentary, Podcasts

Today’s economy: What is the impact on procurement and sourcing and how is it different from the past?

October 29, 2022

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Since 1900 the U.S. has weathered 13 recessions - with the worst economic disaster being the great depression which lasted from 1929 to 1939. Procurement has weathered bad economies in the past - why is this time different?

Posted in: Surveys

To what degree should Rotax and their Canadian Parent Bombardier Recreational Products be held responsible for the “unauthorized” use of their engines in Iranian-made Russian military drones?

October 25, 2022

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Rotax engine found in Iranian-made drone used by Russia to bomb Ukraine - to what degree is procurement responsible?