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What if everyone is wrong about the future of procurement? by Kelly Barner

As many Procurement Insights readers already know, Jon and I are writing a book that is equal parts coverage of procurement’s evolution to this point, examination of our current crossroads, and mapping our likely future trajectory. 916 more words

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#Guest Author Tuesday with @teresafunke on the Value of Author Visits

Guest post by Teresa Funke

When I first started getting invited to speak at schools, I would just go in and chat with the kids or answer questions, but when two different classes opted to skip recess to hear me keeping talking, I knew I had a message kids wanted to hear. 514 more words


Now that would be awesome!

I’ve heard the phrase, burning the candle at both ends, all my life. It indicates that everyone needs a little down time now and then. A period of time to recharge and reflect. 494 more words


Who's That Girl?: Am I Part Of A Peer-less Generation? by Julie Lyons-Wolfe

Editor’s Note: Given the recent debate regarding generational divides and social network image indiscretions, this post by Julie Lyons-Wolfe (a 29 year old CEO) raises the question; “to whom can Generation Next go to for advice?” 867 more words

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Guest Post: Kathleen Kaska

A Softhearted Sherlock Holmes

The term softhearted, when associated with the character Sherlock Holmes, seems like an oxymoron. But since the Great Detective has become an iconic fixture in literature, films, and television, I feel it’s worth mentioning that he’s not always unfeeling or cold-hearted. 715 more words


Excited for #GuestAuthorTuesday Next Week with @teresafunke

Next week we welcome author Teresa Funke.

Join us next Tuesday for a posting by Teresa Funke.  She will talk about the value of author visits

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[guest post] Sam from Oh! Hello's vegan gluten free chocolate cake recipe...

Hello everyone! I’m so happy to share this delicous gluten free vegan recipe with you as a mid week pick me up! This is from the wonderful Sam over at Oh! 582 more words