Browsing All posts tagged under »Generational Learning: What is the Impact on the Purchasing Profession«

2008 Post on Bridging the Communications Gap Between Finance and Purchasing is Now a Generational Reality

November 16, 2010


Note: The following post will be reprinted in the Corporate United Q4, 2010 “A Word From Our Partner” newsletter column Back in 2008 when I first started to investigate the obvious communication gap between the financing and purchasing departments within organizations, there were telltale indicators that such a breakdown existed.  The most ominous of which […]

Does Age Influence Contracting Negotiation Styles? by Jon Hansen

October 26, 2010


This post is from the Contracting Intelligence Blog As part of my research for the October 26th Interview with expert author Bill McAneny on generational learning and communication, I came across this paper that discusses as the title indicates “Negotiation Styles Among American Purchasing Managers In The 21st Century.” Amongst the factors examined was that […]