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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content. What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content. What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.

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The Procurement Revolution 2016

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content. What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.

Rank #1: Hype, Reality & the Future of Procurement w/ Derk Erbe

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.

Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content.

One of our key beliefs was to make the content generation accessible to all. No paywalls, no email signups required, and no sponsors. 

To that extent, we have released each submission as a podcast.  What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.  

The Procurement Revolution co-organizers can be found at http://artofprocurement.com and http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

Oct 18 2016

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Rank #2: A Mindset Shift is Required to take Procurement to the Next Level w/ Elisabeth Schlag Lawrence

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.

Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content.

One of our key beliefs was to make the content generation accessible to all. No paywalls, no email signups required, and no sponsors. 

To that extent, we have released each submission as a podcast.  What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.  

The Procurement Revolution co-organizers can be found at http://artofprocurement.com and http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

Oct 18 2016

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Rank #3: Recovering from Procurement KPI "Side Effects" w/ Bertrand Maltaverne

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.

Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content.

One of our key beliefs was to make the content generation accessible to all. No paywalls, no email signups required, and no sponsors. 

To that extent, we have released each submission as a podcast.  What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.  

The Procurement Revolution co-organizers can be found at http://artofprocurement.com and http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

Oct 18 2016

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Rank #4: Is Stakeholder Alignment the Key to Procurement's Survival? w/ Greg Tennyson & Joe Payne

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.

Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content.

One of our key beliefs was to make the content generation accessible to all. No paywalls, no email signups required, and no sponsors. 

To that extent, we have released each submission as a podcast.  What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.  

The Procurement Revolution co-organizers can be found at http://artofprocurement.com and http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

Oct 18 2016

57mins

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Rank #5: Challenges for Food Supply Chains of the Future w/ Professor Samir Dani

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.

Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content.

One of our key beliefs was to make the content generation accessible to all. No paywalls, no email signups required, and no sponsors. 

To that extent, we have released each submission as a podcast.  What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.  

The Procurement Revolution co-organizers can be found at http://artofprocurement.com and http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

Oct 18 2016

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Rank #6: We are in the Business of Helping our Stakeholders Win w/ Philip Ideson

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.

Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content.

One of our key beliefs was to make the content generation accessible to all. No paywalls, no email signups required, and no sponsors. 

To that extent, we have released each submission as a podcast.  What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.  

The Procurement Revolution co-organizers can be found at http://artofprocurement.com and http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

Oct 18 2016

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Rank #7: Fixing Procurement Culture Through Realigned Priorities w/ Mike Robertson

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.

Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content.

One of our key beliefs was to make the content generation accessible to all. No paywalls, no email signups required, and no sponsors. 

To that extent, we have released each submission as a podcast.  What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.  

The Procurement Revolution co-organizers can be found at http://artofprocurement.com and http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

Oct 18 2016

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Rank #8: How Procurement Gains Buy-In w/ Wray Myers & Ken Gaul

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.

Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content.

One of our key beliefs was to make the content generation accessible to all. No paywalls, no email signups required, and no sponsors. 

To that extent, we have released each submission as a podcast.  What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.  

The Procurement Revolution co-organizers can be found at http://artofprocurement.com and http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

Oct 18 2016

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Rank #9: Why Changing Your Mindset is Crucial to be Successful in the New Age of Procurement w/ Jack Miles

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.

Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content.

One of our key beliefs was to make the content generation accessible to all. No paywalls, no email signups required, and no sponsors. 

To that extent, we have released each submission as a podcast.  What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.  

The Procurement Revolution co-organizers can be found at http://artofprocurement.com and http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

Oct 18 2016

57mins

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Rank #10: Aligning Procurement with our Stakeholders w/ Sam Achampong

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.

Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content.

One of our key beliefs was to make the content generation accessible to all. No paywalls, no email signups required, and no sponsors. 

To that extent, we have released each submission as a podcast.  What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.  

The Procurement Revolution co-organizers can be found at http://artofprocurement.com and http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

Oct 18 2016

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Rank #11: On the Road to Strategic Relevance w/ Jeanette Jones

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.

Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content.

One of our key beliefs was to make the content generation accessible to all. No paywalls, no email signups required, and no sponsors. 

To that extent, we have released each submission as a podcast.  What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.  

The Procurement Revolution co-organizers can be found at http://artofprocurement.com and http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

Oct 18 2016

9mins

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Rank #12: Make an Impact that Matters w/ Lance Younger

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.

Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content.

One of our key beliefs was to make the content generation accessible to all. No paywalls, no email signups required, and no sponsors. 

To that extent, we have released each submission as a podcast.  What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.  

The Procurement Revolution co-organizers can be found at http://artofprocurement.com and http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

Oct 18 2016

12mins

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Rank #13: Making Payments a Strategic Part of Procurement w/ Amber Christian

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.

Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content.

One of our key beliefs was to make the content generation accessible to all. No paywalls, no email signups required, and no sponsors. 

To that extent, we have released each submission as a podcast.  What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.  

The Procurement Revolution co-organizers can be found at http://artofprocurement.com and http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

Oct 18 2016

11mins

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Rank #14: True Stories of Global Supply Risk w/ Rosemary Coates

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.

Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content.

One of our key beliefs was to make the content generation accessible to all. No paywalls, no email signups required, and no sponsors. 

To that extent, we have released each submission as a podcast.  What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.  

The Procurement Revolution co-organizers can be found at http://artofprocurement.com and http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

Oct 18 2016

15mins

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Rank #15: Contracting for International Supply Chain Success w/ Sarah Rathke

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.

Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content.

One of our key beliefs was to make the content generation accessible to all. No paywalls, no email signups required, and no sponsors. 

To that extent, we have released each submission as a podcast.  What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.  

The Procurement Revolution co-organizers can be found at http://artofprocurement.com and http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

Oct 18 2016

15mins

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Rank #16: Supplier Intelligence in the Age of Social Media w/ Dr. Jim Narus & Dr. Michelle Steward

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.

Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content.

One of our key beliefs was to make the content generation accessible to all. No paywalls, no email signups required, and no sponsors. 

To that extent, we have released each submission as a podcast.  What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.  

The Procurement Revolution co-organizers can be found at http://artofprocurement.com and http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

Oct 18 2016

55mins

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Rank #17: We Get the Behavior that we Incentivize w/ Gordon Donovan

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.

Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content.

One of our key beliefs was to make the content generation accessible to all. No paywalls, no email signups required, and no sponsors. 

To that extent, we have released each submission as a podcast.  What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.  

The Procurement Revolution co-organizers can be found at http://artofprocurement.com and http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

Oct 18 2016

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Rank #18: Embrace Change and Use it to Your Advantage w/ Philip Ideson

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.

Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content.

One of our key beliefs was to make the content generation accessible to all. No paywalls, no email signups required, and no sponsors. 

To that extent, we have released each submission as a podcast.  What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.  

The Procurement Revolution co-organizers can be found at http://artofprocurement.com and http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

Oct 18 2016

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Rank #19: The Role of Communications in Procurement Transformation w/ Kellie Peterson

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.

Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content.

One of our key beliefs was to make the content generation accessible to all. No paywalls, no email signups required, and no sponsors. 

To that extent, we have released each submission as a podcast.  What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.  

The Procurement Revolution co-organizers can be found at http://artofprocurement.com and http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

Oct 18 2016

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Rank #20: Procurement as a Risk Manager w/ Philip Ideson

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The Procurement Revolution 2016 was a virtual, global, multi-media movement aimed at getting procurement professionals to stand up, speak out, and drive change and was co-organized by Philip Ideson of Art of Procurement and Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point.

Over the course of 5 days in September 2016, 40 Revolutionaries from both within and outside the procurement profession. delivered 5 live Q&A webinars and over 50 unique pieces of audio, video, and written content.

One of our key beliefs was to make the content generation accessible to all. No paywalls, no email signups required, and no sponsors. 

To that extent, we have released each submission as a podcast.  What you are about to hear is an audio version of one of the video presentations.  To watch the videos that accompany this podcast series, just head on over to http://theprocurementrevolution.com.  

The Procurement Revolution co-organizers can be found at http://artofprocurement.com and http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

Oct 18 2016

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