Browsing All posts tagged under »Wal-Mart«

Please do not ‘meet me in the middle’ by Kelly Barner

May 30, 2013


Every week as part of my procurement update on Blog Talk Radio I include a guest soundbite. Sometimes I have an excerpt from a recent webinar, but most of the time I select something current and relevant from YouTube and pull the audio. On good weeks, I find a clip with an obvious tie-in to […]

Max Henry of CHaINA Magazine comments on Gartner Post

June 17, 2011


Besides being delighted that I can count amongst my readership publications from around the world, the following comment from Max Henry of CHaINA Magazine regarding both of my previous posts on Gartner and the overall state of the analyst industry as a whole, speaks directly to the issue of these firms’ declining creditability in the […]

Wal-Mart, Sexual Discrimination and the Good Samaritans

August 9, 2010


At the beginning of May, we aired a segment titled “How To Get Fired: Help Someone In Need!” in which I interviewed the two young Sprint employees from Colorado who were fired for coming to the aid of an aging security guard who was attempting to apprehend a shoplifter. Known as the Good Samaritans, both […]

Commonwealth Establishes Page Specifically Relating to the PI Social Media Network’s Coverage of Virginia’s eVA Program

July 22, 2009


As many of you already know, I have been covering public sector procurement policy and practice at all levels of government quite extensively for some time. From the Government of Canada’s Way Forward programs to the UK’s Gershon Review to the impact of cluster development and even the private sector influence of a Wal-Mart, I […]