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Employee Engagement in 2021: What’s Feedback Got to Do With it? ‎

The definition of “feedback” in the Merriam-Webster dictionary is: “the transmission of evaluative or corrective information about an action, event, or process…”[1] As auditors, we should be great at this. We constantly give and receive feedback on our work through review notes. We should be masters of feedback! But are we? It doesn’t take much searching […]


Stinnett is pleased to announce that Reggie Brown has joined the firm as a Manager based in its Houston office. He will be an integral part of Stinnett’s Supply Chain Service Line. Reggie is an accomplished procurement, supply chain and data analytics professional with over 15 years experience across multiple industries including consumer packaged goods […]

Supplier Vetting: Picking Your Team!

Supplier vetting is one of the most basic steps in supplier management. It’s as basic as blocking and tackling or passing, dribbling, and shooting, or batting, bowling, and fielding or dodging, ducking, dipping, diving, and dodging! While simple, the importance and potential impact of supplier vetting on your overall supply chain and organizational health is […]

Reinventing Energy & Minerals Logistics: Operating Model

As we continue to share ideas for a new approach to drive better collaboration across the people and materials supply chains, it will be essential to establish an operating model that will ensure this new approach delivers value to all stakeholders. In our recently published thoughts on a global governance model, we outlined how a […]


Stinnett is pleased to announce that Shanyn Stinnett has joined the firm as an Associate based in its Tulsa office. Shanyn is passionate about internal audit and Sarbanes-Oxley. She is a graduate of Oklahoma State University with degrees in accounting and MIS as well as an MBA.

Reinventing Energy & Minerals Logistics: Global Governance Model

Trobexis, Streamba and Stinnett & Associates recently shared our perspective on the importance of creating a brighter future for the energy and minerals sectors through superior collaboration across the people and materials supply chains. We’ve already seen a great deal of excitement from leaders throughout the energy and minerals industries who recognize today’s operating models […]

The Time is Now: Reinventing Energy & Minerals Logistics

It’s no secret that the energy and minerals sectors face new challenges with global health and safety while remaining under significant pressure to reduce costs and drive efficiency in an evolving market and world. In fact, Accenture recently released a report with the World Economic Forum (WEF), focusing on the importance of reinventing the industry […]

Vickers Joins Stinnett as Houston Senior Manager

Stinnett is pleased to announce that Corey Vickers has joined the firm as a Senior Manager based in its Houston office. He will lead Stinnett’s Supply Chain Service Line. Corey is a global logistics professional known for driving optimization for industrial supply chains and consulting expertise with Fortune 500 companies. He is a graduate of […]

IT Disaster Recovery Planning Facts You Need to Know

In Part 1 of Stinnett’s Disaster Preparedness Month series, we discussed three important tips for building a successful business continuity program. This week in Part 2, we will focus on how to engage your IT team and promote business continuity awareness throughout your organization. Engage IT Early in the Process Did you know that 93 percent […]