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VISA Panel Discussion: Building for the way the world should work and the Indian P2P economy by Nilesh Gopali

July 13, 2015

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Originally posted on In The Cloud:
Last week I had the great honour of being part of a panel discussion at a VISA AP event in Mumbai, which was focused on the topic of Digital Transformation Driving Business Profitability for Corporates in India. In every such discussion, there are always what I would call highlight…

Vendor Management can Drive Growth & Compliance without Stifling Innovation by Jaideep Sen

May 7, 2015

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Editor’s Note: When I read this post that was initially submitted to me in February, the first thought that came to mind was the fact that the author was looking beyond technology in terms of managing vendor relations. This is an important point, in that for far too long our industry has put so much stock […]

NIGP, Periscope by Colin Cram

April 11, 2015

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Originally posted on Procurement Insights EU Edition:
Organisations such as NIGP frequently struggle to exist on membership subscriptions alone. They therefore have to find other sources of income. My interpretation of the issues identified by Jon Hansen is that the need for income may have led the NIGP into what appear to be some shady…

Sustainable Procurement: Converting Environmental Impact into Financial Impact By Nick Ford

March 23, 2015

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It’s difficult to put a price on pollution. Damage to the environment is something we all end up paying for – through the depletion of resources and decreased quality of life – but how do you assign a figure to that?  In pounds, dollars, yen, euros? Corporations, the world’s biggest polluters, think in terms of […]

What if everyone is wrong about the future of procurement? by Kelly Barner

March 3, 2015

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As many Procurement Insights readers already know, Jon and I are writing a book that is equal parts coverage of procurement’s evolution to this point, examination of our current crossroads, and mapping our likely future trajectory. We are by no means the only ones speculating as to how the uncertainty we face today will play […]

Who’s That Girl?: Am I Part Of A Peer-less Generation? by Julie Lyons-Wolfe

February 27, 2015

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Editor’s Note: Given the recent debate regarding generational divides and social network image indiscretions, this post by Julie Lyons-Wolfe (a 29 year old CEO) raises the question; “to whom can Generation Next go to for advice?” I was recently contacted by a business consultant who, in his mid to late fifties, was referred to me […]

A Generation Next Perspective: An Uncommon Secret In Supplier Communication by Heather Grossmuller

February 19, 2015

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Editor’s Note: Throughout the year, I will be welcoming submissions from Generation Next procurement professionals regarding a wide range of topics relating to our industry.   I think that this is important in that it not only provides the up and coming movers and shakers with an opportunity to express their opinions on the hot […]

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