In Excellence in Procurement, we also gave our outline of a vision for procurement. Therefore, in this Procurement Strategy book, we will now take this vision forward, and show how to align an organisational corporate strategy with an organisation’s procurement objectives.
It has been 50 years since the appalling murder of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas, on the 22nd November 1963. Large numbers of interested individuals still seek the truth as to what transpired that day.
Dealey Plaza UK is a group that researches the assassination with a view to finding that truth ... a truth the American Government and mainstream media have deliberately avoided for the past 50 years.
This book focuses on Learning in the Round which is a term taken from the theatre to describe an approach to learning, teaching and professional development in which three sets of actors – participants, specialists and facilitators – work together. Using their collective knowledge they explore work-based issues and topics in order to convert personal experience into productive knowledge. Learning in the Round acknowledges the importance of both experience and social aspects of learning by means of group interaction in order to create understanding.
Alastair Arnott explores a deeper understanding of failure and a new theory to be applied in your own world.