Lobbying influence – The good and the bad!

Written by: Donna Kirk – The Pro Forum Community of Practice The definition of a Lobby Group1 is a body formed to influence legislation on a particular issue. Lobby groups are important and a legitimate activity. They are an important [...]

2022-02-21T12:55:45+10:00November 8, 2021|Governments, Legal|0 Comments

Modern Slavery Action – What is being done (Part2)

Written by Brett Lyndon, General Manager Training Pro Leaders Academy, a leading trainer in procurement and ethical behaviour. In its COMMONWEALTH MODERN SLAVERY STATEMENT 2019 –20  “The (Australian) Government recognises that responding to modern slavery risks in operations and supply [...]

The shame of Modern Slavery – What is the relevance (Part 1)

Written by Brett Lyndon, General Manager Training Pro Leaders Academy, a leading trainer in procurement and ethical behaviour. The Pro Forum held an event recently  discussing Prioritising the Eradication of Modern Slavery . Following that event, I was asked how [...]

Strategic Procurement – was Covid the catalyst for Change?

Written by: Donna Kirk – The Pro Forum Community of Practice Did you know there is no official definition for Strategic Procurement? There are a range of descriptions and methodologies that have evolved from an early discussion piece from Japanese [...]

How to empower yourself with responsibility.

Written by: Karen Fischbach – Pro Leaders Academy Pty Ltd   Each workday we take ourselves to our place of work.  Many of us are on autopilot.  The question is, do we take responsibility for what we actually do during the time [...]

Procurement Management or Project Management

Written by: Donna Kirk – Pro Leaders Academy Pty Ltd    John Donne famously wrote, “No man is an island.” He could have been talking about a project because projects cannot be completed without drawing from resources outside of the project [...]

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