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This article provides an overview of employee assistance programs (referred to as EAPs) and covers EAP delivery models and program components, the role of human resource departments, recent...

Lists the five features that make it practically useful in today's highly competitive, global context, rapidly changing business environment. Also includes a template for the situation analysis...

With more than half of firms terminating or renegotiating outsourcing contracts before the contract term is finished, it is imperative that businesses have an exit strategy in place. Many...

Taking the time to create documents that are clear and address your needs and expectations can be the difference between a successful project and one that is fraught with cost overruns, delays,...

Original Source: Business Directory

"A method of managing procurement processes for an organization in which the procedures, methods, and sources are constantly re-evaluated to optimize...

Resource Origin: Purchasing & Procurement Center

"There are a number of different definition of sourcing but mainly there are two major definitions: strategic sourcing and global...

Resource Origin: Sourcing Innovation

"RFX, which is one of the most common acronyms in the strategic sourcing and procurement landscape, is a catch-all term that captures all references to...

Resource Origin:  University of Michigan

"Definition: A systematic and fact‐based approach for optimizing an organization's  supply base and improving the overall value proposition..."...

Original Source:  Harvard Law School

"Negotiation experts typically advise us to meet with our counterparts in person whenever possible rather than relying on the telephone or Internet. As...

Supply chain management used to be widely understood as an integrated one-way manufacturing process, in which the raw material is converted to the finished product and then delivered to the...

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