Procurious favourite posts from 2014 - Procurement News

Procurious News | by Procurious HQ on 26/12/2014 12:01 | 0 comments

Well that was the year that was… and we’ve had quite the journey!

Despite our young age we’ve already secured a place in the final of the UK Blog Awards 2015 #UKBA15.  None of this would’ve been possible without sterling efforts from our guest bloggers, including: Gordon Donovan, John Viner-Smith, Helen Mackenzie, Elaine Porteous and more.

Procurious has been shortlisted in #UKBA15

We also thank our 3000+ members, wherever you are spending Christmas (we know you hail from 70+ countries worldwide…) and invite you to look back at some of the most popular posts published on Procurious during 2014.

What can the Spice Girls teach us about being reasonable? – Gordon Donovan

5 common procurement myths busted – Procurious HQ

Sourcing things differently: the world of alternative storefronts – Matt Farrington Smith

How Better Together is putting the excitement back into public procurement – Helen Mackenzie

Why your business card is a piece of crap – Matt Farrington Smith

How to successfully negotiate with an Italian – Sergio Giordano

Are the golden children of procurement? Tania Seary

Negotiation is no game but here’s how to win at it anyway – John Viner Smith

Procurement crisis? Social media can save the day! Procurious HQ

24 of the most influential people in procurement – Matt Farrington Smith

Your job role might be obsolete by 2020 – Elaine Porteous

5 must have attributes of a Procurement superstar – Procurious HQ

Why anchoring matters in negotiation – John Viner Smith

Black Friday/Cyber Monday: the real effect on supply chains – Procurious HQ

Social network faux pas – Matt Farrington Smith

If you want to join our impressive pool of contributors send your ideas and pitches to our Content & Community Editor – Matt Farrington Smith.


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