03 - 04 September, 2020
Day One – Thursday 3rd September 2020
Thursday, September 3rd, 2020
2:00 PM Panel - How can you lead successful procurement transformations to create a culture of change and innovation?
- Beginning with the end in mind: Understanding the overall goal of your transformation and ensuring the communication of a clear and consistent vision
- Setting ambitious but achievable targets that challenge your team and result in genuine innovation
- Identifying the common obstacles associated with procurement transformation and discussing effective methods to overcome them
- Winning hearts and minds: Going beyond acceptance and gaining full buy-in for your strategy
- Leading by example: Filtering your desire for change and pursuit for innovation to your team, and ensuring that a hunger for further growth remains after the transformation
- Accessing the successes of your transformation and using the failures as inspiration for future projects
Day Two – Friday 4th September 2020
Friday, September 4th, 2020
2:00 PM The View from Academia – Case Study Revolution - Recognising the influence your Tier 1 interactions have on your entire value chain: Redefining your SRM mindset to become a more attractive strategic partner
- Historically, SRM has been a way to control suppliers and to monitor their performance on easy-to-measure KPIs – To inspire true innovation, how can procurement leaders break this cycle?
- Sharing the spoils: Understanding that the entire supply/service chain should be based on value creation and value distribution, including your business, your suppliers and their suppliers – What are some successful strategies to ensure that all parties benefit from good business?
- Discussing how value distribution is actually a key tool in forging a path to genuine supplier-led innovation from Tier 1 onwards
- Increasing your customer appeal: Understanding that your attractiveness as a potential client is far more than your ability and desire to pay high prices, and actually includes ease of doing business, mutually beneficial projects and longevity of partnerships