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Conduct and Consequences: Social Media Policy In The Procurement World by Jon Hansen

February 25, 2015

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My post from last week titled Are these profile images representative of the brand Coupa wants to project, continues to attract considerable attention. In fact if anything, it is experiencing a upsurge in terms of reads from not only within the procurement world, but even beyond. As is the case with any topic, especially one that […]

Are these profile images representative of the brand Coupa wants to project? by Jon Hansen

February 19, 2015

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A couple of weeks ago, I received the following message through my LinkedIn account from a young Coupa sales representative: I currently work at Coupa as an Account Rep. I came across an article you wrote regarding the 3 BIGGEST CHALLENGES FACED BY SUPPLY CHAIN/PURCHASING PROFESSIONALS. My job is to reach out to prospect to discuss […]

Procurement in Your App Store by Kelly Barner

March 20, 2013

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As procurement professionals make increasing use of social media and online collaboration, the associations we belong to are doing the same. Search for procurement in your Apple or Android App Store and you’ll come up with more results than you might expect. Some of the best uses of the app format are companions to the […]

PI Soundbite: I will be on WVOX 1640 AM radio tomorrow at 5:30 PM EST

May 30, 2012

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Just a quick note to everyone that I will be on Brand Talk with Dr. John Tantillo on WVOX 1640 AM radio tomorrow at 5:30 PM EST talking about leveraging social media to effectively reach your target audience. For those outside of New York, you can use the following link to catch the live stream; […]

Is IACCM’s new socially interactive website a sign of an emerging threat to public social networks like LinkedIn and Facebook . . . Maybe!

January 19, 2011

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We took the best from social network sites such as Facebook and LinkedIn and incorporated these features into the new socially interactive IACCM website . . . So commented Bob Emery, the General Manager, Marketing and Development for the International Association for Contract and Commercial Management “IACCM” during his Webinar tour of the exciting new […]

Pew Survey indicates that blogging has lost its lustre, but do you agree?

February 25, 2010

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Earlier this week I received an e-mail from a fellow host on the Blog Talk Radio Network in which the link to a February 21st article in the Music Industry News Network titled “Social Media and Young Adults” was included. The article made reference to “Two Pew Internet Project surveys,” that revealed a noticeable “decline […]

Listen to the PI Window on Business from the Host’s Seat!

December 8, 2009

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You know the old saying that you can’t tell the players without a program at a sporting event. For those of you who are interested in following the PI Window on Business Show from the host’s seat, we are happy to provide an advanced copy of the questions that I will be asking my guest(s) […]

The Social Network with a Social Conscience

October 29, 2009

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As social media veterans and thought leaders have noted, the impact of emerging platforms such as the Twitters and Facebooks extends well beyond the ability to simply connect and exchange information about favorite movies and what someone had for dinner. There is a growing realization within these mediums that social networks can be an instrument […]

FTC Ruling RE Bloggers A Long Time Coming

October 6, 2009

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In the June 11th PI Window on Business broadcast I asked a guest panel the question “Has Blogging Crossed The Threshold of Legitimacy?”  Use the following LINK to access the broadcast in its entirety. As the segment description will tell you, the basis for asking the question in the first place was an AdAge.com article […]

The Perfect Networker and the Southwest Effect

September 30, 2009

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Like you, I receive many invitations to join what seems like an endless number of social networks. Despite the various networks to which I can claim membership, the three primary communities to which I belong are Ecademy, LinkedIn and Facebook. Based on the age demographics – Facebook is geared to the twenty-something crowd, while LinkedIn […]