The news last week that GM was planning to sign long-term contracts with several suppliers may have struck some as a ho-hum development. After all, long-term contracts are a normal strategy for companies in many industries. What’s the big deal here?
CPOs face one of the most complex roles in an organisation and in order to fulfil this expectation to deliver ‘procurement extraordinaire’ within an uncertain business climate, tomorrow’s function heads will need to work on developing the following skills:
What does collaboration really mean to procurement? What stands in the way of collaboration? And what’s required for collaboration to truly advance strategic objectives? There has been some discussion of that recently that I think deserves attention.
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