Although procurement has made great strides in the past few years towards gaining the recognition it deserves, there is still a long road ahead. Thankfully, there are activities your company can start doing now to help.
There’s a lot of earnest talk of procurement moving to the next level and getting a seat on the board, but it’s hard to see too much favour being afforded a team that gets in others’ way. No, rather, procurement needs to be an accelerator; an enabler of swift process.
Recalls, contamination, disruption; we're frequently reminded how damaging supply chain risk is to business. That’s the problem – everyone knows that there are vulnerabilities in what they do, they just don’t necessarily know where to start in tackling them.
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.
Senior Procurement Analytics Lead – Leading Professional Services Firm – London (No Travel) £50k Package
This Professional Services Firm has a reputation of excellence in the market and after having doubled in size over the past 2 years and the rec ...
PROCUREMENT – FLEET PRINCIPAL CATEGORY MANAGER – BLUE CHIP - £70K-£80k PACKAGE – LONDON
Multinational Blue Chip seeks Fleet Principal Category Manager to join their ambitious and successful Procurement Function. Operating in over 15 countries with ...
Procurement – E-sourcing Consultant – FTSE 250 Blue Chip – £30k-£50k – London and Europe
A prestigious FTSE 250 firm has an urgent need to bring on e-sourcing consultants as a result of new prolific contracts with Fortune 500 clients. There is there ...
Tap into the global talent network with Procurement Leaders’ own jobs board and careers service “People in Procurement.”
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