"Grow up!" How many times have you told your children that? How many times have people told you that? Well, it may not always be good advice. There is a body of research that says children start life as creative beings, but grow less so as they become adults. That’s not a good evolution for people or businesses.
Procurement delivers savings and, at its most effective, business value, but perhaps the legacy of the function is different. As a developer of talent, procurement is in a position to provide expertise into the organisation, but as an exporter of talent into the business, it can be its most influential.
We have heard the rationale behind strategic sourcing for so long that you’d think the concept would be universal today, or at least widespread. Is it? Bob Rudzki doesn’t think so, and he has a theory of why it isn’t.
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Procurement Manager – M&E/Construction
UK Wide1st Executive is currently working with one of the UK's leading Construction/Utilities companies who are looking to recruit for an Procurement Manager with a focus on the M&E Category.
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