Forward-thinking companies understand that the nature of procurement has changed. Innovation has taken centre stage.
A trip to the Frankfurt Motor Show proved to be more than a chance to look at the latest engine - it was a catalyst for a fascinating insight into the supplier innovation process.
Dutch chemicals and life-science company DSM has taken Supplier-Enabled Innovation seriously for a number of years - we take a road trip to hear all about it.
Assessing your maturity when it comes to Supplier-Enabled Innovation isn’t easy, and it’s not helped by the fact we need different approaches to unlock different types of SEI.
The development of a brand new mechanism for dish-washer drawers is a perfect example of Supplier-Enabled Innovation, and could give Electrolux a significant competitive advantage
There is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all approach to Supplier-Enabled Innovation - but whether it should be led by procurement or the business is something which keeps cropping up
Generating ideas for the sake of it isn’t a good use of time and resource - rather, we should spend our time on getting the good ideas to market.
CPOs have to be honest with themselves and admit how much work needs to be done in the pursuit of Supplier-Enabled Innovation
Walt Disney’s technique to move creative ideas to reality is at the core of Roche’s Supplier-Enabled Innovation strategy
Procurement must adapt or risk a return to the dark days of procurement
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