1997 Purchasing Today Article Index
Term selected: Career Strategies
A valuable reference tool, the Article Index is a comprehensive list of articles that have appeared in Inside Supply Management® (formerly Purchasing Today® and NAPM Insights®) magazine. Articles are organized by subject for easy locating and study.
There are at least five different methods one can use to job hunt on the Internet.
Four candidates receive advice on how to "bulk up" their careers.
Are you mobile and promotable? Do you take criticism well? Perform a personal audit to find out.
Here's how to get off to a good start in your new job.
Preparing for a job interview? The Internet can help you locate the information you need to make an unforgettable presentation.
How can you get the most appropriate relocation benefits?
One purchasing professional shares the struggles of employment-unemployment- reemployment.
Gene Smith is excited! He just got word that ABC Company is looking for a purchasing manager and they want to talk to him next Tuesday. "I'll take five copies of my resume in a portfolio, and I'll do a dry run on Sunday to make sure I can get to their office 10 minutes early. That should do it. Now, what tough questions should I anticipate during the interview?"
Some factors can help you determine if the job you're considering is the right job.
Know the basic format of job interviews and you can effectively anticipate and answer all the questions asked.
Senior managers tell what competencies they value most. Entry-level purchasers, take heed - a successful career in purchasing and supply management depends on it!
To understand future events that will affect your career, observe your current work environment.
Do you work for a large firm or a small one? Purchasers who've worked in both environments know there are opportunities and challenges in both.
You can use the Internet to help broadcast your qualifications to prospective employers around the world.