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18-Minutes: Bringing Procurement To The World – Procurement Foundry’s Michael Cadieux

June 4, 2020

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Imagine having 6 espressos followed by a Red Bull Chaser. That is the kind of high-octane discussion you will enjoy when you join me to talk with "Procurement Industry Fanatic" and the Founder of Procurement Foundry Michael Cadieux.

18-Minutes With Jon Hansen

May 28, 2020

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In 18-minutes I will tap into the experiences and relationships spanning six decades to bring you a laidback and entertaining chat-style show featuring the best and the brightest from our industry.

Contracts: Tools of collaboration or weapons of enforcement

May 1, 2020

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Agree or Disagree: Contracts have to become less of a weapon of enforcement and more of a tool of collaboration for not only rebuilding our supply networks but managing them more effectively.

Can you do your job as efficiently from home as you could in a “traditional” office environment?

March 17, 2020

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Before the #covid19outbreak HBR reported that 30% of organizations had in place a work-from-home initiative or program. With the current efforts to flatten the curve regarding the virus infection rate in which the number of employees working from home has increased exponentially what will happen after this crisis has passed? By how much will that 30% grow?

Making The Case: Logitech Repatriates Procurement

February 28, 2020

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This "Making The Case" document provides that insight on the relationship between Logitech and Market Dojo.

E-Procurement’s less travelled road (A Supply Professional Magazine Excerpt)

February 28, 2020

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In this article I take you down e-procurement's less travelled road based on more than 35 years in high tech and almost as long in procurement.

Two industry vets with deep SAP Ariba experience reflect on procurement’s 20-year journey into the digital age (Procurement Foundry Special)

February 20, 2020

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Reminiscent of the early days of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software in which a sales representative for Oracle once told me that he doesn't get out of bed for any deal less than $1 million, beyond the hype there is uncertainty and disappointment.