Pressure can do funny things to a procurement team and success depends on how you react to it
While some may think that job satisfaction is related simply to salary, for procurement there is a bit more to it than that.
Higher education qualifications have long been considered essential by businesses when hiring, but times are changing and procurement needs to change with it
Despite the rhetoric, cost-savings mean that buyer/supplier relationships will never really change.
It might not be the sexiest or most glamorous of efficiency efforts but implementing e-sign can save you and your team a whole lot of time.
Adopting a supplier development programme can reap rich rewards for those who start to think beyond cost savings.
Around one-quarter of procurement executives say they are confident in the growth prospects of the global economy.
Corinne Fleischer, CPO of the UN World Food Programme told delegates at the 2015 Zurich Summit that if there was one thing she could go back and change it would be her communication strategy.
CMO tells delegates at the PL Masterclass that the relationship between marketing and procurement is no longer a battle of opposites.
Eliminating obsolete technologies like voicemail could save you upwards of $120 per employee, per year. That's just a start.
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