Time flies when you’re having fun…it is already the next-to-last day of the Purch-lympics! We’ve had some fine essays so far and we have five more today!
As a reminder, public votes determine each day’s winner. The five daily winners in the semi-finals will have their essays compete in the finals on August 27 and 28.
So here’s what you do:
1. Simply click the links below to read each essay.
2. Use the “Click here to vote” link to submit your vote. Each day’s voting will begin at 8:45 AM Eastern US time and will be open until 11:45 PM Eastern US time.
3. Send the link http://www.NextLevelPurchasing.com/blog to your purchasing and supply management colleagues and encourage them to vote.
4. Return here daily to vote.
There is only one vote allowed per person. We have the ability to track the source of each and every vote and, if ballot stuffing is discovered, we will either remove duplicate votes or disqualify the candidate at our discretion.
Here are today’s essays…
Essay #1: Alfred Onyango (Kenya) – Topic: Procurement Ethics
Essay #2: Sandi Derouin (Canada) – Topic: Fixing Internal Customer Errors
Essay #3: Lynn Hoover (United States of America) – Topic: Surviving A Supplier Catastrophe
Essay #4: Khin Aye Myint (Myanmar) – Topic: Sourcing and Sanctions
Essay #5: Burt Schilder (The Netherlands) – Topic: Implementing An ERP System
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