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Our Procurement Expert, Beth Wallace, dissects KFC's recent supply chain issues from a procurement perspective.
Putting ourselves first is generally a difficult and often unnatural thing to do. We all claim to be ‘team-players’ on our CVs and are regularly reminded by the corporate and sport worlds that there is no ‘I’ in ‘Team’. So how then are we supposed to flip this paradigm on its head and justify finding the ‘me’ in ‘Team’? Thankfully, help is at hand. Issue 3 of Bidding Quarterly and our panel of experts tackle this subject head on, in our biggest and most comprehensive edition yet. If you are eager to develop yourself and stand out from the crowd in 2018, we have 12 thought-provoking articles that are brimming with ideas, tips and actionable plans that can get you started today.
Issue 2 of BQ explores the concept of Bid Utopia and I’m delighted to say that our panel of experts have delivered up some fantastic ideas and views on this somewhat intellectually challenging subject. We have nine different perspectives for you to peruse – some of our experts certainly share similar views whilst others are somewhat more ‘out there’.
Do you create templates only to find that the people using them, either won’t use them properly, or don’t know how to?
Re-using content is an efficient way to produce bid documentation, but it can be made even more efficient with some thought applied to document templates and formatting.