Browsing All posts tagged under »procurement«

Which came first? Procurement’s transformation or technology’s?

March 22, 2018


In the second poll from today’s webinar The Rise of Post Modern ERP & its impact on procurement, the following question was asked; How much will your role as a procurement professional change in the postmodern ERP era? No, the strikeout of the word procurement is not a typo. I will explain that momentarily. The results of […]

ISM Webinar The “Human” Side Of Digital Transformation Now Available On Demand

December 27, 2017


This ISM/Zycus interactive webinar was fast-paced and energized and one of the most memorable ones that I have done this past year. In fact, everyone who signed on to attend stayed until the very end – and even a little longer because we ran six minutes over. The fact is when we usually talk about […]

Procurious Gen NEXT Report informative but not surprising

October 18, 2017


Would you believe that… … over two-thirds of procurement professionals are unclear about their long-term career plans … more than half don’t trust their own bosses to help with their career progression … just under half intend to change roles within the next two years In the above excerpt from an email, I received from Procurious regarding […]

ISM/Zycus Webinar: The Key To Relationship Success In Procurement

September 18, 2017


Click on the box below to register for tomorrow’s ISM/Zycus Webinar; The Key To Relationship Success In Procurement. 30

Interview with Bravo’s Sexton goes beyond Ontario Government implementation

August 3, 2017


Claire Sexton, who has taken the helm of the Ontario Government implementation from former BravoSolution VP Dan Warn made two interesting statements regarding the status of the at times challenging initiative. In case you missed my previous posts on this story, here is the link to access the archive. To start, Sexton indicated that they have […]

So this is why women earn less money than men

July 27, 2017


When I last wrote about the pay gap in the procurement world between the sexes, studies such as the one from Argentus in 2015 showed that except for women at the executive level,  men consistently earned more. While there was some generalized speculation as to why the gaps existed at various levels, there was no […]

Is Military Procurement Really Broken?

July 26, 2017


July has been an “active” month it seems regarding the calling out of military procurement in Canada. With tantalizing headlines such as Botched procurement delays inflatable boats for military and After years of missteps, Canadian military officials hope procurement now on track, it is likely that most people have already concluded that our taxpayer dollars are being […]