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PL+ Transformation Horizon

by Andrew Sawers Mon 02 Nov 2015

PL+ Labour Spend

Procurement hasn’t often had it easy when it comes to understanding the value of intangible spend areas, like say, people. Stakeholders may decide they need consultancy staff to help them get to grips with a project or skilled labourers may be needed to realise returns from an asset – the effectiveness of organisations in acquiring the skills and assembling the workforce they need can have a huge impact, both from a cost and non-cost perspective.
PL+ Labour Spend
by Steve Hall Wed 03 Sep 2014

PL+ Sourcing governance

In this Procurement Leaders Plus supplement, we unearth the sources of risk and value loss in supply bases and ask what measures procurement can put in place to plug these leaks. Effective compliance, supply chain visibility and well-structured governance are all key to maximising value and minimising risk.
PL+ Sourcing governance
by Steve Hall Wed 26 Feb 2014

PL+ Decoding true value

In this Procurement Leaders Plus supplement, we investigate what business value really looks like and how organisations can achieve savings and growth by changing their outlook. Developing capabilities, enhancing metrics, aligning over business challenges – decoding value means understanding the potential of procurement’s contribution.
PL+ Decoding true value
by Steve Hall Mon 06 Jan 2014

PL+ The Connected Organisation

In this Procurement Leaders Plus supplement, we look at the vital topic of procurement’s role in a connected organisation. Whether you think of the function’s role in aligning supply capabilities with stakeholders needs, or creating a platform for collaboration with suppliers, its clear that procurement department’s future depends on how well they can enable and manage these connections.
PL+ The Connected Organisation
by Steve Hall Tue 05 Nov 2013

PL+ Controlling The Flow

This Procurement Leaders Plus supplement focuses on the often chaotic area of indirect procurement – a complex place, in which CPOs in multinational organisations are dealing with thousands of stakeholders and a similar number of suppliers.
PL+ Controlling The Flow
by David Rae Thu 06 Sep 2012

PL+ Strategic Change

Change for change’s sake is never a good thing, but well-planned, strategic transformations done for the right reasons can take procurement functions to entirely new levels where they become true business partners, contributing real value to their organisations.
PL+ Strategic Change
by David Rae Fri 04 May 2012

PL+ Supplier relationship management

SRM is a key area of focus for CPOs and offers a way to unlock innovation, reduce risk and manage cost.
PL+ Supplier relationship management
by David Rae Tue 05 Jul 2011

PL+ Procurement outsourcing

There is no doubt that procurement outsourcing offers CPOs the opportunity to deliver value on many levels, most of which go well beyond the traditional labour arbitrage focus of offshoring.
PL+ Procurement outsourcing
by David Rae Tue 05 Jul 2011

PL+ Procurement and finance

By working closer, procurement and finance can unlock increased savings, improved efficiencies and more cash. It can also help to hand procurement the authority it needs
PL+ Procurement and finance
by David Rae Tue 05 Jul 2011

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