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Having a mentor can bring many benefits for a procurement professional. This piece explores the benefits of having a mentor for your career development.
Do you “play it safe” or hesitate when looking for your next career move? Many women in procurement do when they don’t feel 100% qualified for a job, and risk being left behind while others move ahead.
What do Serena Williams, Tina Fey and Maya Angelou have in common? They have all struggled with imposter syndrome. Having feelings of inadequacy in the workplace can be overwhelming, but they can also be overcome.
To keep on top of constant change within our profession, procurement and supply chain must ensure its teams are equipped to tackle whatever challenges they may face. With this in mind, here are our tips for creating effective training programs.
Procurement and supply chain teams are under constant pressure. New data strongly suggests that this environment represents the new normal, with the landscape likely to get even harder next year.
Unconscious or not, gender bias often presents an insurmountable obstacle for women in procurement. We are progressing, but there’s still work to be done.
Inflation recently hit its highest level in decades, and this is having a major impact on manufacturers. Simon Thompson, UK Director of JAGGAER, shares his five tips to help your organisation or business reduce the impact.
As if working in procurement weren’t stressful enough, women in procurement have had a personal reason to feel pinched: inflation disproportionately affects them compared to their male colleagues – a similar trend to what some called the “shecession” of 2020.