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    Yes I agree that BCP should be part of it, to ensure that systems are created for prevention and recovery to deal with potential threats to a company; while simulation of events that could affect operations negatively should be part of such plan ...

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    The approach to negotiation is the public sector procurement all over the world is highly regulated and calibrated, to agree with Millicent.In Kenya the Public Procurement Asset and Disposal Act 2015 only allows it under certain circumstances.For example: ...

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    I agree with you Martin.Situational leadership is advisable.It is the situation that gives you the opportunity to apply the most appropriate leadership style.Infact the "Rs" or "Ss" in the model shared in the asset depend on the situation e.g.Follower ...

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    This post is important.Many leaders and particularly in procurement do not understand the role of communication in their work.Lack of communication can lead to frustrations among employees/reports and can affect productivity.Just like the story from the ...

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    Procurement professionals need to have a good mix of technical and business skills, alongside the necessary behavioural (or soft skills). This asset outlines some of these in more detail and also relates them to various procurement roles - you can access ...