Preview Webinars

View short previews or our live and on-demand webinars to get a better feel for the kind of content we provide.

Introducing: The Effective SOW

February 20, 2014

In this quick 10 minute preview segment of our upcoming live webinar “Statement of Work: An examination from simplicity to complexity,” we will introduce you to thought provoking elements in crafting an effective Statement of Work (“SOW”). An effective SOW requires pre-planning in order to strategize and design the SOW to accomplish your needs. The SOW is a critical element in carrying out the work and fore thought will guarantee a predictable outcome. By thinking about strategy, you will learn to craft SOWs that significantly pare down risk and keep your project managed against all contingencies.

Controlling Purchasing Card Risk

August 26, 2013

This 10 minute webinar will provide you with insight into my full on-demand webinar. My goal is to provide practical, useful insight into the subject of “Controlling Purchasing Card Risk." As the presenter, I will approach this from the perspective of someone who has been there and done that, not to rattle off survey results or try to impress with graphs. Not so much from the perspective of the “Subject Matter” or “Industry” expert, but rather from the perspective of someone who has worked through the process and through the issues. From the perspective of someone who has done the work!

Electronic Invoice Management: 3 Keys to Getting Started

March 1, 2013

In this 10-minute webinar, Electronic Invoice guru, Henry Ijams of PayStream will highlight the top 3 things you need to cover in order to manage your migration to electronic invoicing. Mr. Ijams will share the 3 simple tricks he has gleaned from his 12 years of consulting assignments to teach you the critical steps you need to get right.

Pros and Cons of Centralized Purchasing

May 29, 2012

This 10-minute webinar will explain the pros and cons of centralized purchasing versus decentralized purchasing. Since there are no pat solutions for the best way to set up a purchasing operation, you need to know the advantages and disadvantages of each approach to assess what will work for your organization. Whatever the specifics, the direction of travel is certainly toward some centrally controlled arrangement.