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100 Influential Women
I am honoured to be recognized by SCMA as one of the 100 Influential Women in Canadian Supply Chain in celebration of International Women’s Day, 2019. To be named alongside such a diverse and powerful group of leaders is something I am extremely proud of. Thank you to SCMA, and congratulations to my fellow recipients!
#8 Lack of Systems • Cumbersome, Manual Processes and Systems • Build a Roadmap and Prioritize • Keep it Simple Stupid (KiSS)Coming in at number 8 in the series of the “Top 10 Reasons Why Procurement Fails”, is “Lack of Systems”.All...
In a function such as Procurement where negotiating is a central part of the role, leverage is a critical element in those negotiations. And in many cases size translates to leverage.
Coming in at number 9 in the series of the “Top 10 Reasons Why Procurement Fails”, is “Failure to Understand the Marketplace”. Another lesson learned through observation of failure and another opportunity to “Fail Forward”. Let’s face it, as procurement and business professionals, we are BUSY!
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