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Talent

CIPS #iBuy Wins Student Engagement Award – Good Timing as Skills Shortage Grows

Last year we took a look at this CIPS initiative and its very good website to tempt young people into procurement as a career:  iBuy […]

Public Spend Forum – Public Procurement Highlights from this Week

Public Spend Forum (PSF) is a public sector procurement global community and market intelligence platform dedicated to improving public procurement and the public sector market. […]

Bernhard Raschke of Korn Ferry – Talent in the Digital Supply Chain Age (Part 2)

In Part 1 we featured our interview with Bernhard Raschke, who leads the procurement and supply chain practice in London for top recruiters and talent […]

Bernhard Raschke of Korn Ferry – Talent in the Digital Supply Chain Age (Part 1)

We mentioned the recent report The Supply Chain Digital Disruption - Its impact on executive talent from executive search and leadership experts Korn Ferry here […]

Best of 2017: Developing Procurement Skills – Without Spending a Penny

In the run up to, and over, the holiday period we thought we would feature some of our favourite articles from 2017. So let's kick […]

The Amazon Effect: Competition for Procurement Talent

We enjoyed an article on the Spend Matters US site from Nick Lazzara and Naseem Malik, of MRA Global Sourcing. They talk about the “Amazon effect”, not […]

Government Commercial Organisation Update (Part 2)

Yesterday we featured my conversation with Jim Carter about the commercial skills and talent development programme that has been running in the Cabinet Office for […]

Government Commercial Organisation Update (Part 1)

I caught up with Jim Carter from the Cabinet Office recently for a chat about the skills and talent development programme that has been running […]

Our People Are Our Greatest Asset: Intellectual Capital

With more on our Hot Topic series, Procurement Talent, Stephen Ashcroft of Brian Farrington Ltd, which has been specialising in procurement consultancy and training since 1978, raises […]