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As a recent victim of one of these unintended consequences, identity theft, I can tell you that trying to fix the problem FAR exceeds the efficiency that was initially created. By the way, my problems were not caused by a local hooligan but by a VERY sharp hacker (most likely tens of thousands of miles away) that helped himself to ALL my personal information.

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Read Sourcing Innovations first article covering TMG’s latest Next Practices Xchange (NPX). The event focused on Competency Based Talent Management and was attended by Sourcing and Supply Chain executives from across the US. Read on and get Sourcing Innovation’s insights into one of our keynotes presented by Don Klock, Clinical Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management & Marketing Science at Rutgers Business School.

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For those that are classic rock fans, that is the title of one the iconic hits of that genre. But that’s not what we want to talk about today. I recently ran across a survey conducted by my good friend Tim Cummins at the International Association for Contract & Commercial Management (IACCM) and it paints a picture of YOU. Well, perhaps most of YOU at least. Because Talent Management continues to be a very high priority for our community and profession, we thought it would be interesting to answer the question that Pete Townshend asked in 1978….WHO ARE YOU??

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What is Crowdsourcing? For those of us who operate in the world of sourcing and supply chain, it sounds familiar but may not have anything to do with sourcing or supply chain at all. If you’re not familiar with the term, it is, as defined in Wikipedia, “the act of outsourcing tasks, traditionally performed by an employee or contractor, to an undefined, large group of people or community (a “crowd”), through an open call.”

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