Hello, I'm Randy Mauldin.
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"Hello! My name is Randy Mauldin, president of Jack Quinn Solutions and the founder of Supply Leaders Academy. As a Service Disabled Veteran with 20 years of active duty service in the United States Marine Corps, I know how to train people to accomplish the mission.
Having worked my way up through the ranks from enlisted to officer, I know "Failure is never an option," which is why our programs focus on developing you as a strategic sourcing advisor.
Our training courses give you actionable skills you use to get better opportunities.
I invite you to get started with our introductory course Fundamentals of Sourcing, so you can see how our training impacts your career."
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When you join our supply management training program, you will master procurement fundamentals, learn leadership skills, and develop strategic planning skills required to transform from a tactical purchasing agent to a strategic sourcing adviser.
The opportunities of our supply management training program further your career with procurement basics, leadership training, strategy development and professional certification.
Since 2010, we’ve helped people, just like you, pass the Certified Professional in Supply Management Certification Exams with our training courses focused on the most critical concepts in supply management. Plus, effective exams strategies to help people pass the exams the first time. Our methods are so effective that we guarantee you will pass or we pay the reexam fees (less than 10% of our clients asked us to pay the reexam fees)!
We’ve learned many things over the last five years, and as a result, we’ve redesigned our supply management training program to be more than a review course for the Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM) Certification.
It's everything you need to be a Strategic Sourcing Adviser for your company or as a consultant.
Our experience tells us the amount of information is overwhelming to most people who don't follow a program, like this one.
Additionally, we know there is a lack of leadership development in procurement training programs, so you have a hard time getting your ideas heard by the right people to implement strategic sourcing strategies. Thus, we added a leadership development program. Furthermore, even though many programs talked about strategy, none of the programs give you training in how to develop plan in a way that prioritizes efforts and creates communication strategies to present ideas to stakeholders within your company, our program does that
Based on this experience, you will register for a complete package focused on the 14 components of supply chain management, strategic planning skills required for transformation, and leadership skills necessary to influence key stakeholders. Your value increases beyond your competition.
When you join our training, you will become a strategic sourcing advisor moving out of the back-room and into the boardroom of your organization. Remember, Tom Peters from Rockline Industries tells us how his company has realized such a benefit of a professional supply management group that all executives-in-training much spend two years in the strategic sourcing group as part of their executive development.
Plus, you have the potential to earn a higher salary than your peers. The Institute for Supply Management annual salary survey has consistently shown CPSM Certified professionals make 8-10% more than their uncertified peers.
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