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Why do the best planned and most well-intentioned of purchasing initiatives fail to execute? What are the root causes behind the veneer of unsuccessful procurement plans?
In the webinar “Aligning Procurement Initiatives to Company Culture,” you will learn that the culture of the department or business as a whole plays a significant role in determining the fate of your purchasing strategies. You will learn:
1. The different types of cultures
2. How to distinguish between various corporate priorities
3. How to align purchasing objectives to the culture
4. How to troubleshoot for success.
The presenter for this webinar will be Tim Reis, SPSM, a procurement manager with 10 years of experience and a regular columnist for Leading-Edge Supply Management magazine.
This webinar will be held on Monday December 17 at 11:30AM Eastern US time.  This webinar is free to all members of the NLPA and membership in the NLPA itself is free and instant.

Here’s how to register for the webinar:

If you’re already an NLPA member: Go to http://www.NextLevelPurchasing.com/login.html, log into the members’ area, and navigate to the “Webinars” tab. There you’ll find a registration link, be sure to enter a valid email address as attendance details will be sent to you by email.

If you’re not yet an NLPA member: Sign up for your free membership in the Next Level Purchasing Association at http://www.nextlevelpurchasing.com/procurement-association.php?pcb. After doing so, you’ll receive an email with information about how to log in. After logging in, navigate to the “Webinars” tab. There you’ll find a registration link, be sure to enter a valid email address as attendance details will be sent to you by email.

Registration is free but may be limited, so sign up soon to ensure access to this event. I hope that you will join me for this exciting webinar!

Charles Dominick, SPSM, SPSM2, SPSM3

Charles Dominick, SPSM, SPSM2, SPSM3 is the President & Chief Procurement Officer of the Next Level Purchasing Association. Charles is also the Co-Author of "The Procurement Game Plan".

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