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During this Webcast, Danny Ertel and Jon Hughes of Vantage Partners will discuss the challenges procurement organizations face in influencing complex professional services spend, share advice for gaining access and building credibility with internal stakeholders (who are often very senior executives), and offer proven strategies to deliver value on one…
One of the greatest opportunities for procurement and supply management professionals is connecting with their company’s senior management.
Doing so can help create an awareness of supply management’s potential, and thereby improve the odds of gaining top management’s buy-in and support.
When it’s all said and done companies do two basic things – they sell (products and/or services) and to sell, they need to buy. An oversimplification? Not really. Whether a company is comprised of thousands of employees, or only one, it’s very likely that to sell a good or service the company needs to buy something? Even the company of one.
In two separate letters, The National Retail Federation (NRF) and the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) called upon President Obama to engage directly in contract negotiations between the International Longshoremen’s Association and the United States Maritime Alliance, Ltd.