Starting a new role as a Chief Procurement Officer can be an exciting yet challenging experience. The CPO is expected to be a real change agent in the business, driving success at speed, with innovative ideas and rapid cost savings. Achieving this, while trying to build a personal brand, as well as trusted relationships with key business stakeholders is a testing process that requires meticulous planning.
However, the pressure to make an immediate impact is prevalent and it can be difficult to find a good place to start. The first three months can either make or break a new CPO, making it crucial to have an action plan in place from day one.
To support and guide you on your new journey, we have developed a range of insightful content to help you build a platform for success. From Q&As with experienced CPOs to a comprehensive checklist, we endeavor to equip you with valuable material to help you achieve successful procurement, immediate cost savings and leave a lasting mark on the business.
Listen to our five-part podcast series, created in partnership with the Art of Procurement, exploring the ways you can make an immediate impact in your first 100 days.
In your new role as CPO, you will want to make an immediate impact. To do this, along with ensuring you leave a lasting legacy in your new role, it is essential to develop a well considered strategy.
This guide aims to provide a framework for those crucial first three months in your new role.
The first 100 days in office can make or break a CPO’s career – it’s crucial to use them wisely. In view of this, we’ve curated a simple, easy guide to overcome the challenges and achieve optimum success in your first 100 days as a new CPO.Download now