Previously in this short series of SRM videos I have discussed the importance of having a clear reason for doing SRM – I called it the over-arching purpose; and then the question of who benefits – what stakeholders are likely to be interested in from SRM. In this third video I talk about how
In the first video of this short series I discussed how important it is for your SRM to have a clear over-arching purpose – the reason why SRM might be (i.e. probably is) important to your organisation. In this second video of a short series on SRM, I’m going to talk about….
In his previous blog on the challenges of securing stakeholder involvement and buy-in for procurement strategies initiatives, Professor Andrew Cox expands on how these could be overcome, citing IIAPS client cases. Tactical Solutions to the Lack of Cross-Functional Involvement & Buy-in Building on our previous analysis of the 12 Major
Four Pillars’ work in the procurement sphere often involves working with cross-functional teams in developing category and supplier management strategies. We would go as far to say that effective procurement is most-definitely a cross-functional endeavour, particularly so when strategic categories of supply and key supplier relationships are being considered. Generic