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Tue 19 Apr 2016
Steve Hall Steve Hall

With the Procurement Leaders Awards on the horizon, it’s important to remember why we celebrate the extraordinary and what it means to the growth of the function.

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Tue 15 Mar 2016
Steve Hall Steve Hall

Procurement Leaders considers the implications from the first day of a Las Vegas event that was ripe with announcements, hype and genuine excitement among the near 3000 delegates.

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Thu 10 Mar 2016
Steve Hall Steve Hall

Reflecting on the two days of discussion, what’s been striking has been that for all the eagerness to look at the next level of possibilities for the function, the toughest questions have been ‘is there a simpler way to do this’.

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Thu 10 Dec 2015
Lindsay Clark Lindsay Clark

Governance is extremely important as it determines the value that procurement is able to provide to the business, whether in terms of saving money, avoiding risks or achieving broader business objectives such as innovation or time-to-market improvements.

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Tue 01 Dec 2015
Steve Hall Steve Hall

Fighting complexity should be your daily job. Failure to do so lies at the heart of procurement’s problems.

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Tue 10 Nov 2015
Malcolm Wheatley Malcolm Wheatley

Transformation is never a neat process. Being a good leader means executing decisive change plans which synchronise with the business - never easy, but fundamental to effective procurement.

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Tue 27 Oct 2015
Steve Hall Steve Hall

With the launch of the World Procurement Awards 2016, we look at what recognition means to procurement and how to go about getting it.

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Tue 29 Sep 2015
Steve Hall Steve Hall

Evolving the function requires CPOs to have a vision of where procurement’s greatest value proposition ultimately sits.

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Tue 23 Jun 2015
Steve Hall Steve Hall

For all the attention placed on the economies of China, India, Japan, Korea and their neighbours, I’d suggest that western business is still learning about the east. And perhaps there’s more to learn than gets recognised.

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Tue 09 Jun 2015
Steve Hall Steve Hall

While each market has its nuances, the fundamental challenges for executives are surprisingly similar from New York to New Delhi.

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