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Case Solution for Sher-Wood Hockey Sticks: Global Sourcing

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Case Name :      Sher-Wood Hockey Sticks: Global Sourcing

Authors :           Paul W. Beamish, Megan (Min) Zhang

Source :             Ivey Publishing… 123 more words


Recruiting: Renaissance or retreat?

Posted by Art Mazor and Gary Johnsen on January 27, 2015

Talk to an executive or read the business journals and you’ll likely find that one of the most taxing and challenging issues facing organizations today is the attraction and acquisition of skilled talent. 1,087 more words

Talent & Learning

Should Sales people seek advise from professional negotiators?

I have spent the most of my already long years of professional career in the Supply Chain side. For all that time, I was one of the “bad guys” stretching suppliers, but as well making with them the journey to the most advanced procurement through that terminology we have defined as “Supply Chain Transformation” and which has allowed thousands of companies around the World to become good and strategic business partners. 1,172 more words


Siapa Pernah Bermimpi Menjadi Recruiter?

Edisi #SusahGakSihJadiHRD

“Dauz, kemari sebentar!” panggil bos saya di pertengahan tahun 2010. Seketika terhempas badan saya di atas kursi ruang HR Manager, dan ia melanjutkan, “Kamu tahu kan sebentar lagi akan ada Peak Season?” 1,224 more words


Sourcing Flour

I paid a visit to another Tesco but still couldn’t find much in the way of gluten free flours. I managed to get some white self raising flour blend (Doves Farm) which is a mix of rice, buckwheat, potato, tapioca and maize, which is apparently good for cakes. 105 more words


Contractual Discipline - a Financial Services Imperative

David England, Director

“The best contract is the one you never have to pull out of the drawer.”

That adage describes the idyllic sourcing relationship of old – one built on trust, open communication and aligned objectives. 514 more words


LinkedIn policy changes - Good, Bad or Ugly?

So as most already know, this year Linkedin changed their InMail policy. Instead of getting back all the InMails that didn’t get a response, Linkedin now only credit back InMails that are replied to. 493 more words