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Episode 2  |  34:32 min

Thinking Forward in Negotiations

Episode 2  |  34:32 min  |  10.21.2017

Thinking Forward in Negotiations

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This is a podcast episode titled, Thinking Forward in Negotiations. The summary for this episode is: <p>In this episode, we interview Greg Tennyson. A man called the most forward-thinking procurement executive in the U.S.. Greg is a recognized global executive with extensive experience leading transformative change across a wide range of organizations for Fortune 500 companies.  He’s currently the Chief Procurement Officer at VSP Global and previously held the same role at Salesforce.com and Oracle.</p> <p>He has been featured by Supply and Demand Chain Magazine.  He’s heavily involved in the Bay area procurement scene and was actually a founding member of the Bay Area Procurement Council.  He sits on a number of advisory boards for emerging high-tech companies, and as you’ll hear in this episode, he’s heavily involved in some upcoming tech in the procurement space.</p><br /> ALL SHOW NOTES AND LINKS AT: negotiations.ninja/podcast</p>

In this episode, we interview Greg Tennyson. A man called the most forward-thinking procurement executive in the U.S.. Greg is a recognized global executive with extensive experience leading transformative change across a wide range of organizations for Fortune 500 companies.  He’s currently the Chief Procurement Officer at VSP Global and previously held the same role at Salesforce.com and Oracle.

He has been featured by Supply and Demand Chain Magazine.  He’s heavily involved in the Bay area procurement scene and was actually a founding member of the Bay Area Procurement Council.  He sits on a number of advisory boards for emerging high-tech companies, and as you’ll hear in this episode, he’s heavily involved in some upcoming tech in the procurement space.


ALL SHOW NOTES AND LINKS AT: negotiations.ninja/podcast

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