Developing a world-class procurement strategy

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Transform your procurement function and achieve the recognition it deserves through implementing the vision of a world-class procurement organisation.

Date:

August 10, 2016

 

Closing Date for registrations:

1 August 2016

Course Venue:

Gauteng

Cost:

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R 7350 excluding VAT

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Course Objectives

Transform your procurement function and achieve the recognition it deserves through implementing the vision of a world-class procurement organisation.

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10 & 11 August 2016 Gauteng

Presented in the context of world-class procurement 'leading practice' and the government Supply Chain Management Framework, this procurement leadership seminar will teach you how, as a public or private sector procurement leader, you can transform your procurement function and its level of recognition.

You will learn

  • The role played by goods and service provision in the procurement function., The two significant components of building a world-class procurement environment., The infrastructure that supports the key processes of world-class procurement for sustainable benefit., Procurement’s role as a key enabler of corporate objectives., World-class processes and infrastructure - including supplier management. Determine the procurement function’s goals and objectives from the company goals and objectives., Determine the scope of an organisation’s group purchasing processes and where a large portion of supply chain costs are incurred., Shift purchasing focus from processing purchase orders to managing relationships with suppliers., Shift focus from price containment to identifying opportunities to reduce total cost of ownership., Identify procurement processes that can be simplified and which solutions will be applicable., Different supplier management technologies., The Key Phases in the Supply Base Management process., The benefits of implementing strategic sourcing - how it dramatically affects an organisation’s bottom line.

Who should attend

  • Public or Private sector procurement leaders, Procurement and Supply Chain Manager, Supply Chain Analysts, Buyers (Senior and Junior), Sourcing managers