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2019 Procurement challenges
2019 Procurement Grinches
Your heart is full of unwashed socks, your soul is full of gunk, Mr. Procurement Grinches, The three words that best describe you are as follows, and I quote, "Stink, stank, stunk"!
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The Talent & Knowledge Management Imperative
As Baby Boomers resume their workforce exodus, Millennials continue to grow as the nation’s largest generation, 75+ million strong.
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The Developing Flex/Gig Economy
Multiple workforce trends present changes and challenges for procurement organizations. Fortunately, opportunities to adapt are on the horizon.
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Whitepapers

Procurement Strategy Planning: Roadmap to Results
We discuss why a formal strategic plan is critical to procurement’s capacity for delivering results as well as how to develop a plan to make those results a sustainable reality. But wanting to achieve this alignment & making it happen with every project, supplier relationship, & every dollar brought under management are very different.
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2019 Procurement challenges
2019 Procurement Grinches
Your heart is full of unwashed socks, your soul is full of gunk, Mr. Procurement Grinches, The three words that best describe you are as follows, and I quote, "Stink, stank, stunk"!
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making-the-journey-from-tactical-to-strategic-procurement
Making the Journey From Tactical to Strategic Procurement
Relationships with internal stakeholders can be stuck in the perceptions of the past: How to help internal stakeholders to regard procurement as a true partner.
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Webinars

Innovative Resource Models that Increase Procurement’s Productivity
Today, more than ever, procurement organizations are being asked to do more with less. The bandwidth of most Sourcing and Category Management organizations are being stretched to the limits.
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Presentations

Rethinking Procurement Talent Management: Innovating for Today’s Workforce
The war for talent exists–organizations need to address the workforce gaps and their future potential to remain competitive. This presentation reviews trends and innovations in talent management, including shifts in recruiting, retention, and succession strategies; creating formal knowledge management programs; evolving compensation plans; and creating collaborative cultures by embracing social networking.
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Building an Effective Knowledge Management Program
The most prolific workforce segment in our history is starting to retire, and taking with it decades of institutional knowledge. The growing Millennial workforce needs efficient processes for training as well as systems to capture new knowledge. Knowledge Management is critical for leading Procurement organizations. This presentation reviews four key program elements: Process Knowledge, Technology Knowledge, Training & Skills Development, and Category Knowledge.
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Case Studies

Tips for achieving a sustainable procurement organization
What is sustainable procurement?
When done correctly, sustainable procurement creates value for your organization, for society, the economy & environment. Click for More!
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Cross-Functional Communication in Purchasing
The Importance of Cross-Functional Communication in Purchasing
All members of a purchasing organization need to be in Cross-functional coordination for the team to create efficiency and cost savings. Learn More!
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Back to the Basics: Contracting 101
Contracting is vital to successful procurement operations, but what, how and why? Learn more about the Fundamentals behind contracting here!
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Testimonials

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