Performance-based contracting and the road less traveled by Andy Akrouche

July 28, 2014

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Originally posted on Relational Contracting Intelligence Blog:
According to a World Bank report titled Performance-Based Contracting for Health Services in Developing Countries: A Toolkit, performance-based contracting is a type of contracting with; a clear set of objectives and indicators, systematic efforts to collect data on the progress of the selected indicators, and consequences, either rewards…

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Analysis of SME tenders (Prologue) by Ceri Evans, Institute for Competition and Procurement Studies

July 18, 2014

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Originally posted on Procurement Insights EU Edition:
Editor’s Note: Based on the tremendous response we received to Part 2 of the Analysis of SME tenders post by Ceri Evans, we are pleased to accommodate the requests we have received from our readers to share with you Part 1 (Prologue) below. Ceri Evans – Institute for…

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Enhancing the retail experience for corporate buyers by Jon Hansen

July 14, 2014

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Specifically, people started to ask the question “why can’t we have the same experience sitting at the office as we do at home?”  Consumer experience it is safe to say has forever changed the business world’s approach to B2B engagement. – Ronald Duncan, January 8th, 2014 In The Cloud post I have with great interest […]

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Analysis of SME tenders by Ceri Evans, Institute for Competition and Procurement Studies

July 11, 2014

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Originally posted on Procurement Insights EU Edition:
SME’s face many challenges in terms of their response to tenders . . . This is the second part of an article featuring insights from the Institute for Competition and Procurement Studies (http://www.icps.bangor.ac.uk/) Tender Review Service (TRS), delivered to in excess of 200 SMEs between 2011 and 2013.…

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New Wave Company Update: MarketDojo (Going For Growth) by Jon Hansen

July 9, 2014

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Editor’s Note: In the first issue of the Growth Fund featuring organizations which have received support from the West of England Growth Fund, New Wave 2014 company MarketDojo has been featured in an article. Simply click on the image below, to access the publication on-line and scroll to page 4. Be sure to follow MarketDojo […]

Is Walmart’s new “made by women” product labeling sexist? by Jon Hansen

July 7, 2014

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“The path to gender equality does not involve stickers pointing out that a product has been made by a female entrepreneur. Women are not a charity group. If we want to help women in business, let’s close the pay gap and remove the glass ceiling – and then let products designed by women rise or […]

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“Managing Up” Through The Looking Glass by Roz Usheroff

July 7, 2014

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Originally posted on The Remarkable Leader:
This is NOT what ‘managing up” means. It is not about making your boss look good, except incidentally . . . Managing up is handling the preparation or politics that can affect success . . . Sometimes it involves making your boss look good. Sometimes it involves rolling your…

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