Browsing All posts tagged under »PI Window on Business«

As I approach my 1,000th Procurement Insights blog post the question remains . . . why blog?

October 25, 2012


1,000 blog posts . . . well actually as of right now and excluding today’s post, 993. When I started the Procurement Insights blog back in May 2007 I never had what you would say a grand plan.  Seth Godin once said that he blogs because he can think of no other medium through which […]

Denali Sourcing Forum Highlights and why it’s great to be back on the road again! (Part 1 of 2)

September 24, 2012


Having in the past had the privilege of traveling the world to speak about procurement, business trends and social media, I was glad to end my one and a half year hiatus from the circuit this past week in Pittsburgh at the Denali Group’s Executive Sourcing Forum. During my time of travel inertia I was […]

SAP Mobile Banking: The New Age of Inclusive Banking

April 19, 2012


NOTE: Due to a scheduling conflict, the following PI Window on Business segment will air at a later date . . . we will provide the new date and time as soon as it has been confirmed. As a follow-up to my interview with the movers and the shakers within the world of SAP mobility […]

3 years to the date I first took to the virtual airwaves of Blog Talk Radio . . . boy does time really fly!

March 26, 2012


It is amazing at how quickly time flies . . . 3 years ago today I aired my very first episode on Blog Talk Radio . . . Closing in on my 500th show, I have a many memories upon which to reflect having had the great privilege of sharing the virtual airwaves with some […]

Relational Outsourcing: Contracting Will Never Be The Same!

March 22, 2012


When I was asked to review a new seminar on outsourcing contracting I have to admit that the “been there – done that” sentiment almost immediately came to mind. It is not that I am naturally cynical it is just that so many seminars relating to the contracting process seem to advocate a dot the […]

Is the traditional association dead? Not if you’re proactively evolving your curriculum like ISM!

March 19, 2012


On the 28th of March I will have an opportunity to talk with ADR International’s Bill Michel about his organization recently being acquired by the Institute for Supply Management or ISM. For those of you who have followed both this blog and the PI Window on Business Show on Blog Talk Radio, you know that […]

eCampus News’ Denny Carter to become a regular guest on PI Window’s Higher Ed This Month Show

December 20, 2011


Last week’s interview with Assistant Editor from eCampus News Denny Carter, in which we discussed what 2012 holds for the higher education sector, provided a number of potentially noteworthy revelations.  You can listen to the on-demand broadcast by clicking the eCampus logo below. As a follow-up to this broadcast, I am pleased to announce that Denny […]

Socialized Purchasing (Epilogue)

August 2, 2011


Shel Israel, acclaimed author of the new book “Twitterville: How Businesses Can Thrive in the New Global Neighborhoods” on-demand interview now featured on Blog Talk Radio segment titled; We’re Not in Kansas Anymore: Welcome to Twitterville and the New Business Paradigm!. The above was the opening paragraph to my first interview with The Godfather of […]

April 2009 Segment on Cloud Computing provides an interesting perspective in terms of present day realities

June 7, 2011


One of the things that I like best about the virtual realms of Internet Radio is the fact that all shows are recorded and easily accessed on-demand. Entering our 3rd year since the inaugural PI Window on Business broadcast on March 26th, 2009 on the Blog Talk Radio Network, it never ceases to amaze me […]

Just Say No To . . . A Government-Wide Free Spend Analysis?

April 20, 2011


Cabinet Office Declines Free Offer from Rosslyn Analytics and QlikTech to Fix Deficiencies in Central Government Procurement London, UK – 13 April 2011: The UK government’s failure to embrace the latest proven private sector technologies is costing the public sector billions in lost savings. Three weeks after announcing an unprecedented offer to aggregate public sector […]