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Alison Chebuhar

Alison is the Manager of Member Recruiting for Prime Advantage, a Chicago based Group Purchasing Organization for mid-market manufacturers. When she's not at the office making magic happen, she enjoys traveling, hugging her new nephew, and cheering on the Blackhawks.
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Not Another Meeting

Posted by Alison Chebuhar on Nov 3, 2015 11:39:41 AM

Have you ever walked out of a meeting feeling like you may have already had that same meeting in the past? Many companies have weekly status meetings, which are great to keep everyone moving forward toward a goal. However, too often these meetings aren't used for this purpose. When you bring people together to meet on something, you are taking them away from other items. Keep this in mind when you have people sitting around a table, and run your meeting in a way that gets people back to being productive. An infographic put together by Inc. Magazine summarizes the costs of meetings quite well.

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Topics: Talent and Leadership

Procurement Holds the Missing Piece to Your New Product

Posted by Alison Chebuhar on Aug 27, 2015 6:30:00 AM

The best procurement professionals are jacks and jacquelines of all trades. They can analyze, negotiate and manage relationships as well as anyone on your employee roster. They possess the innate ability to ask the right questions, and propose the "what if" scenarios that are often overlooked.

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Topics: Procurement

Is it Time to Split-Up with Your Supplier?

Posted by Alison Chebuhar on Jun 30, 2015 7:58:00 AM

Breaking up is hard to do. We tend to remember the good memories when faced with pulling the plug rather than the bad. We're often hampered by fear of change and find ourselves deeply invested in our partner. We've committed so much time, energy, so much history; we know all of their ins and outs. The notion of starting over seems so daunting and alone. But there comes the inevitable moment where we realize the costs are sunk and the Band-Aid must be torn off. We're talking, of course, about the decision to switch to a different manufacturing supplier.

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Topics: Supply Chain

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