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Beyond Trends: Industry Experts And Practitioners Weigh In On What Will Matter Most To Procurement Pros in 2019 No. #5

February 19, 2019

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As a lead-up to my Beyond Trends: Transformational realities redefining procurement panel on March 12th, I reached out to people in the procurement world asking them a simple, and somewhat straightforward question; in your opinion what do you believe is or will be the single most significant development that will impact procurement in 2019? In this fifth […]

While Forbes reference to Procurement Insights nice, the insights of Vitasek’s article on negotiation is the real story by Jon Hansen

March 3, 2015

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Okay, I have to admit it, it is exciting to see the Procurement Insights’ brand referenced in an article in Forbes. However, it is Kate Vitasek’s insights in her piece titled Procurement Departments Negotiating “Too Aggressively” that is obviously the real story. I met Kate in person for the first time this past November at the Virginia 2014 […]

Virginia Forum 2014 in Pictures by Jon Hansen

December 17, 2014

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They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. Based on these great shots from the Virginia Forum 2014, I think this is true. The above shot is from the panel discussion that I had moderated on Leveraging The Power of Procurement. I am standing before the panel in the orange shirt in the upper […]

Day 2 Dispatch from eWorld

September 29, 2010

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The following is a re-post from the Essential Connections Blog Day 1 from the 2010 eWorld Conference in London delivered a cornucopia of energetic insight covering a variety of both current and emerging trends and challenges in the procurement and supply chain world. From The Hackett Group’s Chris Sawchuk’s opening keynote address “Agile Procurement: A […]