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procurement skills

The Future Talent Shortage Within The Procurement Industry

Tom Graham

Talent shortage and talent management have been on the agenda of procurement leadership teams for many years. Tom Graham (pictured), a consultant in the Procurement and Supply Chain practice […]

INVERTO – Plans for UK Growth and Market Expansion (Part 2)

Yesterday in Part 1, we talked to Lance Younger, new Managing Director of international business consultancy INVERTO, about his first couple of months in the role […]

How To Attract and Identify Top Talent in Procurement and Supply

We welcome this post from Ross Mingotti, a Managing Consultant within the Procurement and Supply Chain practice at Michael Page. When companies begin the hiring […]

The Four Faces of Procurement – Spend Matters Top Papers

In the run up to Christmas and my passing over the Spend Matters UK/Europe reins, we’re going to feature some of the briefing papers I’ve […]

Edbury Daley Publishes First 2018 Recruitment Landscape Report – Signs of New Growth

Global procurement technology recruitment specialists, Edbury Daley, have just released their first report of this year looking at the past 6 months’ trends in the […]

Our (Unpublished) Letter to the Financial Times — Civil Servant Tests

The Financial Times published an article recently about the Cabinet Office plan to “test” civil servants for commercial skills. The article is behind the paywall, […]

Key Procurement Tensions/Trade-offs for 2017 – Specialist Knowledge versus the need for Business Skills

A few days ago, we outlined five key areas of interest or tensions maybe for procurement in 2017. We are now looking at each in […]