The Best of PurchTips 2015
What Procurement Tips Did You Implement This Year?
PurchTips Edition #342 Click here for the printer-friendly version
The end of the year is the perfect time to review what improvements you made in the past 12 months and the changes you want to make in the new year. PurchTips is designed to provide you with practical procurement tips that help you make a difference. If you didn’t implement all of our procurement tips in 2015, here are links to our top six editions of PurchTips from the past year to help you plan for 2016:
- 3 Risky Negotiation Approaches – http://tinyurl.com/p2u3jg6
- An Analysis of Cost Savings Claims – http://tinyurl.com/q9voluo
- 8 Bad Negotiation Assumptions – http://tinyurl.com/qbr99b8
- A 12-Point Supply Market Analysis Checklist – http://tinyurl.com/hhlr2zv
- How To “Sell” Procurement To Stakeholders – http://tinyurl.com/hqhyfaf
- 8 Proactive Procurement Questions – http://tinyurl.com/jvx3v3e
The entire NLPA team would like to wish you a Happy New Year! We look forward to continuing to help you prove your procurement value in 2016! Please contact us if we can provide the training, certification, or other educational resources to help you succeed.
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By Charles Dominick, SPSM, SPSM2, SPSM3
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