Marketing and Sourcing Collaboration Part 2

Part 2 of the Source One video series examines the elements needed to build a successful relationship between sourcing and marketing. One important point Kathleen Jordan makes is that sourcing needs to communicate that it wants to help marketing by optimizing its budget, not cutting it.

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