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We’ve gathered all our experience and knowledge of recruiting for procurement into one place.
Our articles, blogs and guides from a variety of experts within the sector provide insights into the world of executive search and procurement at your fingertips.
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In an exclusive Sourcing Solved series of one-on-one interviews with job candidates, we asked about their experiences during a virtual versus in-person interview, and which they prefer.
With this survey, we want
I was recently asked to write an article for CPO Strategy magazine regarding how organizations can attract, identify and hire procurement leaders. Specifically, what are the key elements of a successful supply chain executive recruiters
The need to reexamine our roles as procurement professionals is still an important topic – perhaps even more so now than before. With supply chain resiliency being continuously “stretched” towards a breaking point from every
CPO Strategy – Sourcing Solved Survey: Assessing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the procurement professional
The COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on every area of our lives. From mandatory social distancing to massive layoffs and shutdowns, its imprint will continue long after this crisis has passed.
That said, procurement and
Procurement as a profession is going through a time of major transformation.
CPOstrategy and Sourcing Solved have worked together to release a shared Knowledge Note, designed to provide you with an accurate
A new mindset for a new technology — Why procurement needs to think differently in the digital age (Procurement Foundry)
I was recently asked to write an article for the Procurement Foundry blog. With 6,000 members and growing fast, Procurement Foundry is on its way to becoming the most influential procurement and supply chain community
“A good manager will understand the requirements of the business and be able to assess the personal attributes and candidate skill set to see if there is a match. This takes a lot of time and experience in the organisation
Horses, Carts, and Resume Robots: Why more than 50% of all new hires fail within the first 18-months
There was an interesting article in LinkedIn this weekend by Andrew Seaman titled How to make resume robots happy.
It was a short and engaging read in which Seaman provided a couple of useful tips on how to “wordsmith” your
Sourcing Solved conducted a series of interviews with job candidates who had recently gone through a virtual interview process to get their take on the experience.
The objective of the research is to gain much-needed insight into what is now –
There are some amazing women in the procurement profession. People such as Kelly Barner, Sylvie NOËL, Virginie VAST and Elvire Regnier Lussier, only to name a few who immediately come to mind.
Thinking about all the things these women have accomplished,
Inclusion starts with “I”, part of a personal journey – (In his own words by John Everett with Iain Campbell McKenna)
As EMEAI regional purchasing director at Dow Chemical John Everett provided leadership for 100 source-to-pay experts managing a spend of 5 Bn$. His career has included many highlights, including significant M&A synergies, working capital enhancements and digitalization, risk mitigation, category
At the crossroads of accomplishment: How HR, Procurement and IT can work together to realise their collective greatness
In my article last week (HR’s role in transforming the global procurement practice), I talked about the role that HR will play in transforming the procurement practice through the introduction of the market-oriented ecosystem or “MOE.”
To help HR professionals deliver value through organisation, we have focused our work on helping them build the “right” culture, which is the identity of the firm in the mind of the key customers made real to employees. As such,
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