Is Anybody Watching? With YouTube Analytics it’s not a question about the number of views but viewer retention

Do you post videos to YouTube? I have to tell you that the “Analytics” tools on YouTube are amazing! If you post videos they are a must as they take you well beyond the basic “views” and “likes” numbers.  If you want to know for example if your message is getting out there, pay particular … Continue reading

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The Two New Books in 2011 That Will Forever Change Public Sector Procurement!

On the PI Window on Business’ second show back in April 2009 I welcomed along with McEvoy Galbraeth and Anne Phillips, Stephen Bauld who at the time was Vice President for the Ontario General Contractors Association and author of the books “Leadership Or The Lack Thereof” and “The Municipal Procurement Handbook (two editions).” For those … 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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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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Thought Leaders Series Expands with Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Matt Jacobson, Self-Publishing Veteran Sherrie Wilkolaski and Public Sector Purchasing Expert Judy Bradt

The term “thought leader” was coined in 1994, by Joel Kurtzman, editor-in-chief of the magazine, Strategy & Business, and was used to designate interview subjects for that magazine who had contributed new thoughts to business. When we launched the new Business Thought Leaders Series on the PI Window on Business in February, with segments featuring … Continue reading

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Seven Steps to Success in Government Contracting (Part 3)

Welcome to this the third of our special seven part series, in which I am joined by Judy Bradt who is an expert author, speaker and consultant who will provide invaluable insight into on how companies can capitalize on the emerging opportunities in the US public sector. As the Principal of Summit Insight in Washington … Continue reading

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Seven Steps to Success Series Begins January 18th

In this first segment of a special seven part series, I will be joined by Judy Bradt who is an expert author, speaker and consultant who will provide invaluable insight into on how companies can capitalize on the emerging opportunities in the US public sector.

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Seven Steps to Success: Jump Start Government Contract Series

  Series Description: It would be difficult for me to actually provide a number relative to how many times I have referenced the problems associated with what I refer to as an eroding supply based. Over the past few years, and more recently within the pages of this blog or on the virtual airwaves of … Continue reading

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Generating Tangible Revenue from a Buy American Exemption

In the September 30th PI Window on Business Buy American Special I had a brief interview with Canada’s Trade Minister Stockwell Day that simplified a complex issue (Note: here is the Direct Link to my interview with Canada’s Trade Minister Day) Underneath the complexities of the Buy American debate is a simple question . . … Continue reading

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