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Procurement target operating model guide

Is your procurement operating model reactive? 
 

It’s possible that your procurement operating model has evolved over time to address specific business needs and is performing satisfactorily. 

However, to maximise value delivery from procurement and stay ahead of the curve, procurement operating model must continually evolve with a view to future requirements – going from ‘fit-for-purpose’ to ‘future-fit.’

Download our procurement target operating model guide to learn about:

  • Levers to maximise the value of your procurement activities
  • Key building blocks for a future-fit procurement
  • Important considerations for each building block
  • The Human Factor in leading practice procurement

 

How to make an impact as new CPO
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How to make an impact as new CPO

For any new CPO, it’s not just about the quick wins but the need to lay the foundations for longer-term goals.

Tomorrow’s procurement operating models
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Tomorrow’s procurement operating models

The procurement function can become twice as effective through a procurement operating model that achieves the right mix of technology, insights and expertise - assuring the optimal interaction between these and the people is the human factor.

Efficio's procurement and supply chain predictions for 2020
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Efficio's procurement and supply chain predictions for 2020

Efficio shared with Spend Matters its predictions for the key areas within procurement and the supply chain in 2020.

Six things every procurement leader should be able to answer
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Six things every procurement leader should be able to answer

We share the six things that every procurement leader should be on top of. Not being so means at best, that functional gaps exist, and at worst, there is a lack of business partnering ambition.