Most often when people in business – including those managing procurement – talk about sharing best practices, the assumption is that many of those best practices reside in large companies. But procurement managers of all walks should remember there are times when small companies can show the way.
Getting middle management on board your Purchase-to-Pay optimisation process means understanding the path of the implementation from concept to final result and communicating that to the key stakeholders. To do that, you need to answer some questions first...
Comparing public and private sector procurement practices isn’t an easy thing to do. Both sectors operate in such different ways, with so many variables that it’s hard to conduct a like-for-like assessment.
Recent interviews with CPOs reveals, if you read between the lines, that there are many different approaches and concerns that pull CPOs in different directions, but also that, like most of us, procurement executives and managers would be more effective if they could focus their resources on key activities.
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