Procurement Podcasts and Blogs
Kelly Barner reports on and reviews events, publications, articles, and content at her website. She’s the General Manager at Art of Procurement, and hosts the Dial P for Procurement series and podcast at Supply Chain Now.
Host Sarah Barnes-Humphrey self-describes as being "obsessed with supply chain and the belief that collaboration is the future of business...Lets Talk Supply Chain is the hottest supply chain podcast on the market."
MarPro – The Marketing and Procurement Podcast. Co-hosts Dana Small and Rusty Pepper bring their unique perspectives, experiences, and opinions to topics covering the rapidly evolving marketing procurement landscape.
Hosted by Roger Waldron of the Coalition for Government Procurement, Off the Shelf interviews federal contracting experts from both inside and outside of government on the issues that matter most.
Iain Campbell-McKenna tackles some of the biggest challenges and deepest questions the procurement profession and industry face on a day-to-day basis. Leading industry experts share their experience and expertise in 5-minutes.
The Procurement Show explores the more interesting aspects of procurement! Hosted by procurement expert and award-winning author of a series of acclaimed procurement and negotiation books, and the CEO of Positive Purchasing, Jonathan O’Brien.
David Byrne set up Procurement Talk to provide insight and assistance to other Business Professionals and in doing so help turn a challenge into a success. He shares his thoughts and experiences from his 20 years experience as a specialist.
Here you can access free to view research and insights created by Procurement Leaders and guest writers. Procurement Leaders focuses on executive-level procurement, sourcing, and supply management professionals.
Published by ProcurementIQ, a division of IBISWorld, this blog is a resource center that covers the latest news, trends, tools, and practices to help procurement professionals excel across all stages of the procurement process.
From James Meads Consulting, this excellent service is for procurement or finance professionals who are curious or confused about where to start on their organiation’s digital transformation journey.
Robert Handfield, Bank of America University Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management at the NC State Poole College of Management established, in 2000, the Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC) and writes this blog.
Sourcing Innovation, started in June of 2006, is authored and edited by Michael Lamoureux, aka the doctor, a Computer Science PhD who has been heavily involved in the Sourcing and Supply Chain Space since 2000 and the e-Commerce space since 1997.
This blog is written by Dr. Andreas Wieland, Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management at the Department of Operations Management, Copenhagen Business School and is intended for academics and managers.
Part of a series of 'Dive' sites, including BioPharma Dive, Construction Dive, Marketing Dive, and Utility Dive, Supply Chain Dive provides coverage of supply chain industry headlines as well as original opinion pieces.
This podcast, by Supply Chain Queen, Sheri Hinish, explores insights, strategies, and tools that drive change to shape critical aspects of business, environmental, and social responsibility.
Look here for Sustainability, Innovation, Purpose, and Leadership.
Bob Ferrari, a supply chain technology executive, is the founder and Editor of the Supply Chain Matters blog, which provides insights into key topics surrounding global supply chain business processes and technology.
This excellent blog provides industry news and category management expertise, with a focus on market intelligence, for strategic sourcing professionals. Launched in 2008, it is owned and operated by Source One, a Corcentric Company.
Supply Chain Now podcasts bring experts, leaders, and practitioners together to share perspective and insight on the leading issues impacting the world of end-to-end supply chain management today. Scott W. Luton is Founder, CEO, & Host.
The Talent Talks Podcast provides regular insights and guidance to procurement and supply chain professionals. Host, Martin Smith interviews CPO's within large corporations and brands in the UK including managing directors of procurement specialist companies.
Vested Way, written predominantly by author, speaker, and consultant Kate Vitasek, is the blog associated with the Vested Outsourcing model, which illustrates how companies can radically change outsourcing relationships for optimal results.
Founder Daniel Barnes has "created a safe space, full of diverse people, to talk about Procurement, Supply Chain and Contract Management...using tech and bringing new, younger people into these professions." Podcast and blog.