Table of Contents
Vol. 5, No. 3
NEW - Supplemental Article
Your Secret Weapon in the War for Talent
Whether you're managing talent or looking to advance your own career, learning agility is a great predictor of long-term organizational — and personal — success.
Heidi A. Hoffman and Rachel Johnson, Ph.D.
Negotiate Like the Masters
No matter where in the world they're negotiating — or who's sitting across the table — master negotiators consistently use three best practices.
Dr. Michael Benoliel
Increasing Your Value With Project Management
Project management principles are built on five key process groups: initiating, planning, executing, monitoring/controlling and closing.
How (and Where) You Negotiate Matters
Different techniques work best for different modes of negotiation — in person, by phone and via email. Familiarize yourself with them, and you'll be ahead of the game.
Mark Trowbridge, CPSM, C.P.M., MCIPS
Career ROI: Advice From the C-Suite
For one military and civilian supply chain executive, arrogant and mission-centric models of leadership were the wrong fit. Instead, he chose to "get on the ground" — and out of the office.
Joseph Walden, CFPIM
Sustainability & Social Responsibility
Getting Supplier Diversity Going — From the Middle Up
These low- and no-cost ideas can help supply management professionals become grassroots change agents.
Marilyn Thomas, C.P.M., Ph.D.
Research & Surveys
Spotlight on Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace
A recent human capital report by The Conference Board zeroes in on women's presence in the board room, keeping working dads in mind, hiring people with disabilities and accommodating religion in the workplace.
Around the World
Doing Business in Switzerland
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