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Looking to stay up-to-date on all things procurement? To help demystify the world of sourcing, our host, Helene Laffitte, brings you a brand new podcast series called Procurement Game Changers. This informative podcast is all about procurement and features interviews with some of the biggest names in the industry. In every episode, you will get to meet one or more procurement luminaries who will be sharing with you their thought, experiences, challenges, and how they overcame them.
 
Dial P for Procurement is a weekly podcast hosted by industry influencer Kelly Barner. Joined by a constantly changing cast of executives, providers, and thought leaders, Dial P investigates the nuanced – and constantly evolving – boundary of the procurement/supply chain divide. With all the mystery and investigative rigor of a classic Hitchcock thriller, Dial P delivers fun and insight in equal measure, welcoming active audience participation along the way.
 
There are nearly 20 million employees in state and local governments and educational institutions across the United States. They are all touched by the procurement decisions that are made every day. Decisions That Matter is brought to you by Procurated, and features in-depth discussions with procurement leaders and subject matter experts on the the most pressing topics in the public sector.
 
Digital procurement technology, or "Procuretech", is a game changer. A key enabler and driver of rapid change in the profession. Want to find out how to significantly improve your operational efficiency and enable more to be done with fewer resources? This show is for Procurement, Purchasing, Supply Chain and Finance professionals, as well as C-Suite executives. We showcase all the best new software out there and bring you interviews with thought leaders and practitioners, to show you how te ...
 
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The Procurement Conversation

Rich Sains, Kavita Cooper, Martin Smith, Kirsty Carr

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We tackle the hottest topics in Procurement. Every fortnight our panel takes a deeper look at the biggest issues facing procurement - getting to the root of the problem. This is part of a LinkedIn Live series, so if you would like to participate in a session or submit questions then do get in touch.Regular panel includes Rich Sains from Acada, Kirsty Carr from Carli Consulting, Martin Smith from Talent Drive and Kavita Cooper from Novo-K.
 
Our mission at www.iso20400.org is to build the global body of knowledge in sustainable procurement. Established in 2017, our free knowledge sharing platform, social media and webinar series has grown in popularity. Now we would like to introduce you to our podcast series where we bust some of the myths of sustainable procurement and introduce you to experts and influencers from around the world. Enjoy!
 
Inside Public Procurement is a podcast dedicated to exploring the real stories and strategies of those working on the frontlines of the procurement process within state and local governments across North America. Each episode, we gather insights from passionate leaders in the field and take an unflinching look at how public procurement teams are innovating to meet the new and changing needs of their constituents, vendors, and stakeholders. Have an idea for an episode or want to come on as a ...
 
Every month, we bring you plain English procurement thought leadership, as well as tales of screw-ups, successes and stories from procurement professionals and solutions providers across the world. Our aim is to entertain, educate and enhance the effectiveness of procurement professionals everywhere! We are part of the Proctopus Network. Follow us on LinkedIn or join our group! https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8961041/ Hosted by James Meads and Dave Jones https://www.linkedin.com/in/james-mea ...
 
Procurement as we know it is changing! Are you ready? Listen to the GoProcure radio show where business leaders share key insights on innovation, market growth and principles of business success. About Us GoProcure is a procurement solutions company that brings together an ecosystem of suppliers, retailers, wholesalers, financial institutions and shippers to provide a frictionless buying experience to any enterprise.
 
Is the field EVER LEVELED in your favor? Minority, Women, Veteran Small businesses can make millions in contracting! Unfortunately, they are challenged by the government procurement processes. Talk of leveling the playing field is the main theme, yet little is done to move us forward. ​The PROCUREMENT GAMES Podcast and Open Conversations brings our voices together to move us forward to changing the way the rules are set and the games are played.
 
Procurement Zen is the podcast for anyone interested in negotiation and procurement. I share valuable tools, negotiation approaches, book reviews and interviews with seasoned negotiation pros. You will discover new findings and discuss ideas and new approaches to the world of negotiation. Kick your career to the next level with insights that help you win approaches that will help you achieve your desired negotiation results.
 
The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point. Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content. What you are about ...
 
Inside Procurement, by The Smart Cube, is our take on industry challenges, opportunities and trends. It comes from our experience as a global provider of research and analytics solutions to a third of companies in the Fortune 100. In our podcasts, white papers and blogs we look at what is impacting the CPG, financial services, retail, life sciences, energy and industrials sectors as well as sharing some of our experiences. We hope you find them useful and for more information visit thesmartc ...
 
Hello and Welcome to The Marketing Procurement Podcast. I'm your host, Magid Souhami, homegrown Marketing Procurement leader who turned into President of a global business. My career in Marketing Procurement started 15 years ago, at a time when this discipline was still largely unknown. 15 years later, I'm surprised to see how much Marketing Procurement has gone mainstream and yet remains unchartered. So I decided to create this podcast to better codify Marketing Procurement for you and with ...
 
Marketing and Procurement are two sides of the same coin. Yet, they are at opposite ends of the spectrum, where one focuses on branding and customers, and the other on driving out costs and inefficiencies. Just like Marketing and Procurement can sometime act more like foes than friends, so might the co-hosts of the MarPro Podcast who challenge their guests—and each other—by asking the difficult questions and bringing out important issues to help bridge the gap that often divides marketing an ...
 
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Procurement 6 is a new short podcast from Art of Procurement that will be published in the Art of Procurement feed every Friday morning at 6am US Eastern Time. Presented by a member of the Art of Procurement team, each episode will have 6 short segments that summarize this week in procurement. Segments will range from procurement tips to podcast su…
 
Why is fuel so expensive? Consumers have been feeling the pain at the pump for a while, and now large companies like Amazon and Walmart are adding fuel surcharges to cover their costs. If they can’t negotiate their way out of high rates, the rest of us have very little hope of being able to do so. In this week’s Dial P audio podcast, Kelly Barner d…
 
It's no news that indirect procurement is a complex job. But what are the factors that make it complex? Well, that calls for a deep discussion. Fragmentation, decentralization, less than adequate talent inflow – multiple factors may add to the complexity of indirect procurement. In today's episode of our Procurement Game Changer podcast series, sou…
 
Darin Matthews is a procurement and supply chain leader with over 3 decades of experience. He has published several books on supply chain management including Effective Supply Management Performance and Public Procurement: A Guide to the Body of Knowledge through Exercises and Case Studies. He is a past President of NIGP and currently serves at the…
 
In this episode, Marta and Willem, along with their guest Prof. Ole Hansen discuss the modification of construction contracts. They explore why in practice, there is often a need for modification in construction contracts and how it is addressed with reference to principles of loyalty and reciprocity. They point out that the rules concerning modifi…
 
It's the final episode of our second series. So to finish up, we're going to be doing something a little bit different. This week we're bringing you 10 new startups for the price of one! 10 cool early stage European startups from Procurement Summit I recently attended Procurement Summit in Hamburg. It's a fun, pleasingly non-corporate showcase for …
 
The mere mention of the word “audit” can cause the collective palms of public procurement to sweat. The reality is, audits are stressful and it’s not a question of if you’ll get audited, but when. Since there’s so much money that flows through public procurement, it’s high on the auditor’s list of risky activities. With a lot of hands in the pot, e…
 
Most of the improvements procurement has achieved over time have been incremental. And while there is nothing wrong with incremental change, the challenges presented by today’s economy and global supply disruptions demand more. This is procurement’s “hour of change and challenge” as J.F.K. said in the famous speech quoted above. During the last 20 …
 
Procurement 6 is a new short podcast from Art of Procurement that will be published in the Art of Procurement feed every Friday morning at 6am US Eastern Time. Presented by a member of the Art of Procurement team, each episode will have 6 short segments that summarize this week in procurement. Segments will range from procurement tips to podcast su…
 
On June 17, 2022, the member countries of the World Trade Organization (WTO) accepted a proposal made by the U.S., E.U., India, and South Africa that modifies nationally granted intellectual property rights related to the COVID-19 vaccine. The proposal was leaked early, so the world knew the vote was coming. But other than the WTO and a few media o…
 
Although most corporate conversations about data focus on quality, data utilization is also a critical concern. 95% of data never gets used, and since the useful life of data can be as short as a few days or weeks given the industry, value is being lost every day. Fortunately, new data is being created at an even faster rate; the decision to get st…
 
Procurement 6 is a new short podcast from Art of Procurement that will be published in the Art of Procurement feed every Friday morning at 6am US Eastern Time. Presented by a member of the Art of Procurement team, each episode will have 6 short segments that summarize this week in procurement. Segments will range from procurement tips to podcast su…
 
Corporate sustainability initiatives are critical to the health of our planet – but the distance between objectives and regulated execution on a detailed level can sometimes be very broad. Case in point: Worthington Industries, the last U.S. based manufacturer of lightweight recyclable cylinders for transporting refrigerants. Because their cylinder…
 
Organizations never hesitate when it comes to soaking up new, promising ideas and turning them into opportunities. These ideas need not necessarily have to come from the R&D departments only. Often the best and the most viable ideas come from outside of the organization. In the case of procurement organizations, their suppliers and partners happen …
 
Procurement understands that suppliers offer critical opportunities for advantage and risk resilience - but does the rest of the company? A recent book, Profit from the Source: Transforming Your Business by Putting Suppliers at the Core, makes the case for more involvement and understanding from CEOs. In this episode, Philip Ideson is joined by two…
 
Procurement 6 is a new short podcast from Art of Procurement that will be published in the Art of Procurement feed every Friday morning at 6am US Eastern Time. Presented by a member of the Art of Procurement team, each episode will have 6 short segments that summarize this week in procurement. Segments will range from procurement tips to podcast su…
 
In this clip, Dustin Lanier responds to a pair of questions from the Government Financial Officers Association after a speech on eprocurement. The unexpected questions were “we eliminated purchasing, would this still work with no purchasing” and "if we don’t have a procurement function, how would we build the case that we should?” Lanier responds o…
 
If you joined Supply Chain Now for the 2022 Supply Chain and Procurement Awards, you know that we partnered with Hope for Justice, a global non-profit dedicated to ending human trafficking and modern slavery, as our philanthropy partner. This is a cause that supply chain and procurement professionals can do more than support; we can play an active …
 
This week we're looking at something we rarely talk about on the podcast - the public sector. Insights on Source-to-Pay technology in the Public Sector My guest this week is Grant Smith, COO of Elcom. He's here to lend his expertise, which is handy because the public sector is a topic I know relatively little about. Grant hails from the UK, but his…
 
If procurement were based upon comic book rules, sales professionals would be the arch nemesis. The funny thing is, sales feels the same way in return. If we could just achieve more understanding, everyone would benefit. This week’s episode uses a roundtable format to dig into the timeless struggle between procurement and sales - more honestly and …
 
Procurement 6 is a new short podcast from Art of Procurement that will be published in the Art of Procurement feed every Friday morning at 6am US Eastern Time. Presented by a member of the Art of Procurement team, each episode will have 6 short segments that summarize this week in procurement. Segments will range from procurement tips to podcast su…
 
“When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they shou…
 
This week we're diving back into the topic of spend analytics and spend analysis, with a focus on smaller and medium sized businesses. We'll look at the challenges they face, and how smaller businesses can afford a spend analytics solution that works for their unique needs. We're joined this week by Thomas Siersbæk Heller-Njor, from CostBits – a pr…
 
Procurement has always been a critical function within companies, responsible for ensuring that the supply of goods and services is uninterrupted. However, in recent years supply chain disruptions have become more common, due to factors such as political instability, natural disasters, and pandemics. As a result, procurement teams have been under i…
 
How can we build more relationships with small, diverse and historically underutilized organizations? It’s a question many procurement teams are acting on as they realize that supplier diversity isn’t just a social responsibility — it’s a smart business strategy. Whether you’re launching a vendor diversity program, already have one, or don’t know w…
 
Procurement is changing. Now new technologies are helping organizations to automate the more transactional tasks and focus on more strategic ones. Procurement groups have now more time to invest in building relationships with internal clients and suppliers. But it also means that the profiles needed for procurement are changing. How do we attract t…
 
Although the challenge of managing supply chains and supplier relationships has compounded in recent years, most procurement teams are still over-reliant on fragmented internal information that slows their response in a negotiation. What procurement needs is an empowering source of insight that combines internal and external information in one plac…
 
Procurement 6 is a new short podcast from Art of Procurement that will be published in the Art of Procurement feed every Friday morning at 6am US Eastern Time. Presented by a member of the Art of Procurement team, each episode will have 6 short segments that summarize this week in procurement. Segments will range from procurement tips to podcast su…
 
In late January 2022, hundreds of heavy-duty trucks headed for Ottawa, Canada. They parked in front of the national legislature building and in nearby streets. Period. They parked. Those drivers shut down most of central Ottawa for 23 days in protest of the nation’s vaccine mandates and related requirements. But did you know that just a couple of w…
 
This week we’ve got another informal chat from The Procuretech Pub livestreams. I’m talking to Dr. Wolfgang Schnellbächer from BCG, the author of a new book fresh off the presses - Profit from the Source: Transforming Your Business by Putting Suppliers at the Core. Supplier-centric transformation and the future of procurement I ask Wolfgang for a q…
 
There are multiple ways of looking at every business topic. Provider and practitioner are the ones procurement is most familiar with, but there are also third parties like researchers and academics. When we are trying to master a subject - especially one that we will have to manage cross-functionally - the more perspectives we can compare and synth…
 
Procurement 6 is a new short podcast from Art of Procurement that will be published in the Art of Procurement feed every Friday morning at 6am US Eastern Time. Presented by a member of the Art of Procurement team, each episode will have 6 short segments that summarize this week in procurement. Segments will range from procurement tips to podcast su…
 
In this episode, Willem & Marta welcome guest Dr. Alexandra Andov and discuss the topic of digital technologies and contract management. They explore the distinctions between contract formation and contract execution, as well as the use of digital technologies in the management phase, such as negotiation, electronic signatures, computational contra…
 
This month's podcast is hosted by Dave Jones and Oliver Mountain. We welcome Jonathan Wood, CEO of cybersecurity consultancy C2 Cyber. We break down some of the reasons why cybersecurity is becoming increasingly important, and what we as procurement professionals need to consider around this topic. Jonathan breaks down some of the risks, and explai…
 
Supplier diversity is not a new corporate initiative. In 1968, General Motors started what is generally recognized as one of the first supplier diversity programs in America. The death of George Floyd in 2020 raised awareness of supplier diversity programs in the C-suite. Widespread demonstrations and public outcry drove renewed corporate interest …
 
On this podcast, I’m proud that we take the time to talk to some of the more early stage companies operating in this space. And you don’t get much more early stage than just launched! Our guest today is Patrick Jonsson from Digi Procure, whose recently launched company offers a low code / no code guided category strategy creation tool. I welcome Pa…
 
Purpose and priorities. They’re two things employees got serious about during the pandemic. Millions walked away from jobs that didn’t reflect their core values and, as the Great Resignation grinds on, employers are still feeling the pinch — procurement included. With a growing appetite for purpose-driven work — and so many myths about careers in p…
 
One of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development goals is to achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls, for their own sake and for the sake of economic growth and development. The UN has a number of specific targets that address violence, discrimination, and other harmful practices and there are other third party organizations doi…
 
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