Communication

Women in Global Sourcing: Sarah Scudder

Posted: 04/16/2019 - 21:20
Tell us about your career path. How did you get into this field? Was it purposeful or by accident?
 
I was involved in several organizations in college. My sorority put on an annual fundraising event that I chaired. I hired a local company to source and produce all the print, promotional items and apparel. They offered me a job. They wanted to infuse the company with younger people and setup an internship program. 
 

Caller ID: A Simple Feature with Complex Effects

Posted: 10/13/2018 - 02:40
We’ve all been there: you pick up an incoming call to hear silence...or a request for personal information...or a recorded message...only to regret picking up the call. But you’ve also probably been on the other side: you’ve ignored a call from a number you don’t recognize only to find out it was the delivery driver looking to validate your address...the bank calling to let you know there has been suspicious activity on your card...or the doctor calling with updates from your last appointment.

3 Tips for Communicating with Business Partners in Latin America

Posted: 08/22/2018 - 22:03
Working with an international team can be a highly effective way to bring new ideas and innovation to your business. However, the U.S. style of doing business may not bring about the results you desire when working with a team in Mexico, Colombia or Argentina. Each country requires a unique form of communication to reach an understanding with your team.

Forging an Alliance Between Procurement and Our Stakeholders

Posted: 06/22/2018 - 00:47
Five tips to create a stronger relationship with stakeholders in your supply chain

Being an ally comes in many different shapes and sizes, requiring involvement at both the micro and macro levels. Whether it means showing support by demonstrating interest in a cause important to a friend, or personally taking action to further their cause, allies strengthen each other through committed relationships and shared effort. 

Cultural Counterparts: The Advantage of Nearshoring

Posted: 01/04/2018 - 02:05

When a business is choosing which company to outsource with, location can often be overlooked in favour of the most appropriate specialist for the project. However, location – and especially proximity - should be a critical part of the decision process. For example, if your company is based in Europe, it will be more difficult to outsource from a provider based in Asia, due to a mixture of time, travel, language, and perhaps cultural differences.

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