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The History of Coupa: A Tale of Two Industry Titans – Part 2

December 13, 2022


How do privately-owned eProcurement service providers deliver greater transformation success than publicly-owned providers?

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


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

Top 10 Procurement Influencers: An Exciting Time In Our Industry!

August 5, 2022


Here is your introductory roadmap to engage with and learn from our industry's most thoughtful and innovative thinkers.

What condiments do you put on your hot dog?

July 27, 2022


As a ubiquitously popular item, how would you, as a procurement professional, deal with the current mustard shortage, and how would you prevent it from happening in the future?

Should the Lawsuit Against Skittles Candy Be a Procurement Concern?

July 19, 2022


Should a company's brand image and value be a concern of procurement?

“Doors you couldn’t touch, switches that melted and wheels that turned square” – Why do PPPs usually fail?

July 9, 2022


This post, which garnered almost 93,000 views, stimulated one of the more interesting and energetic dialogues with which I have been involved since joining LinkedIn in 2007.

Breaking News: Kofax Acquires Tungsten – Is It A Game-Changer Or Just Another M&A?

June 22, 2022


Kofax acquires Tungsten Networks - what does it mean to our industry?

A Top 50 Procurement Influencer

April 15, 2021


Honored to make the Thinkers360 Top 50 Procurement Influencer list (April 2021). Be sure to check out my article in The Procurement Magazine – Destructive innovation: How the pandemic will change procurement and our supply chains for the better 30

Supply chain comorbidity: Are we doing enough to manage the COVID-19 aftershocks?

March 14, 2020


What do we need to do to ensure the continuous and reliable supply of needed medicines? As procurement professionals, WE have to provide the answers - do we have them?

Talking With Microsoft President Kevin Peesker About Digital Reinvention &The Need For More Women In STEM

April 4, 2018


“Digital transformation will not happen without women.” - Kevin Peesker, President, Microsoft Canada