Your Show Will Go Live in 5 Seconds on The Chris Treece Show

High energy, spontaneous, fast paced and engaging.  Those are just a few of the words that came to mind when I had the pleasure of being on The Chris Treece Show this afternoon. Chris, who from the many faces in the “Listeners Section” of the Blog Talk Radio Segment Page has quite a following, offered … Continue reading

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Towards Tesco – Improving Public Sector Procurement to the Tune of £25 Billion Per Year

UK public sector spending amounts to some 1.5 per cent of global GDP. In 2009-10 it will amount to nearly 50 per cent of UK GDP, approximately £11,000 per man, woman and child in the UK. This is equivalent to a lifetime investment of £850,000 for a person with average life expectancy. The public therefore … Continue reading

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Compliance Adherence: A Hear No Evil, See No Evil, Speak No Evil Proposition?

Like the person who refuses to seek proper medical attention for fear that the doctor may actually find something wrong, many corporations look at compliance investigation or analyses as a sign that the system has somehow broken down and therefore casts a negative “light” on both the individuals involved and the company as a whole. … Continue reading

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Against a backdrop of yet another public sector scandal, winning “True Peference” status as a government supplier is an achievable goal

With stories of public sector procurement scandals almost common place as covered in Charles Dominick’s Purchasing Certification Blog, there are oftentimes more questions than answers regarding the government competitive bid process. In Part 4 of the 7-Part Seven Steps to Success: Jump Start Government Contract series, Washington-based author expert Judy Bradt will be joining us … Continue reading

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Antipsychotic Drug Misuse Lands Johnson & Johnson on the Wrong End of Federal Suit

“In the federal suit, Johnson & Johnson is accused not just of promoting Risperdal for patients without psychosis but of providing kickbacks to Omnicare, a middleman that supplied drugs to nursing homes and advised doctors what to prescribe.  Last fall, Omnicare settled its part of the suit for $98 million.” The Boston Globe, Monday March … Continue reading

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PI Inquisitive Eye (Television Unscripted) – Judy Bradt Interview from Mar. 15/10

This week we officially began broadcasting on the PI Inquisitive Eye TV Channel through a series of episodes in which we provided commentary on recent PI Window on Business segments that originally aired on the Blog Talk Radio Network. Blog Talk Radio has more than 7 million listeners each month, which is double where they … Continue reading

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Health Care Reform Should Focus More on Quality Care Than Access

Incredible insight into the health care reform question . . . a Doom Loop versus Fly Wheel  approach . . . the real issue has nothing to do with partisan sensibilities but instead with the quality of health care under Medicaid. During today’s broadcast with Maine’s Republican Gubernatorial Candidate (and the latest thought leader to … Continue reading

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Uncluttering Your Brand: Why The Ariba Exchange is The Same Old Song with an Ineffective Beat

Second, it seems to me that the advantage of the stand-alone blog (versus a broader platform) is that it is uncluttered. I struggle to bother with things like LinkedIn and Twitter, I have so rarely found anything useful on either of them. The blog can be more like the daily news headlines, once you trust … Continue reading

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Ariba’s Expected Decision to Drop Supply Excellence Blog Illustrates How Disconnected the Vendor is from the World of Social Media/Networking

I have always enjoyed reading, on more than one occasion, Charles Dominick’s “Purchasing Certification Blog”  for many different reasons.Charles, whose Next Level Purchasing equips procurement professionals with the leading edge insights and expertise to become “indispensable” resources for their respective organizations, brings a unique perspective to any discussion or subject matter being covered.  Nowhere was … Continue reading

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Relationships are like tennis; you can only hit the ball on your side of the net!

When I had first encountered Dr Jackie Black two things stood out for me. The first was of course the most obvious, being her book “Meeting Your Match:Cracking the code to successful relationships.” Specifically the claim that Meeting Your Match “is the only book you need if you are ready to know yourself; ready to … Continue reading

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