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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 maximize 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

 

Mind the digital skills gap
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Mind the digital skills gap

Technology has the power to revolutionize procurement, but procurement leaders need to ensure they have sufficient digital literacy for this power to be realized.

Procurement recruitment: Generation Z and beyond
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Procurement recruitment: Generation Z and beyond

Gen Z, entering the workforce now, represents a challenge for procurement recruitment, but there are ways to attract this talented group of future leaders.

The future of procurement training and learning
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The future of procurement training and learning

Learning is recognized by industry leaders as the top method for retaining talent, so how can procurement leaders ensure effective training?

A story of soft skills in procurement
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A story of soft skills in procurement

As the function transforms, new procurement skills are required for success. They may not be taught in traditional procurement training, but so-called soft skills are increasingly important to reposition and elevate procurement.