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Assimilating Innovation (Part 1 of 3): Why Coupa’s new alliance with KPMG may be the worst (or best) of times by Jon Hansen

April 10, 2013

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Editors NOTE: It wasn’t that long ago that Coupa used to applaud my articles for the veracity of my research and the perspectives that I delivered regarding their growing presence in the market.  In fact I wrote a series of guest posts for the Coupa Cabana blog in which they informed me that the readership […]

Relationship Contracting Expert: Questionnaire on CF-18 Hornet replacement dubious at best by Jon Hansen

March 5, 2013

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In relation to the so called KPMG framework, there is nothing that one couldn’t  find readily available in a managerial  or financial accounting academic  text book.  As a tax payer, I hope I didn’t pay much for it and frankly I am not surprised by TBS falling for it because it supports current TBS framework […]

Latest Government of Canada Procurement Scandal Belies the Very Principles Associated with Effective Purchasing Practices

February 3, 2010

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In the opening comments from a recent segment of the PI Window on Business Show in which I had interviewed government contracting expert and author Mark Amtower, I had made reference to the famous Louis Pasteur quote that “Chance favors the prepared mind.” I would of course have to admit that I found myself reflecting […]