Discover unique challenges in life science procurement. Watch the full webinar in which our experts discuss the challenges that Life Sciences organizations solve above and beyond cost reduction.
Digital procurement is no longer a ‘next level’ approach to satisfying a company’s spend and supplier-related objectives. It is the only way to empower, enable, and SUPERCHARGE the value created through third-party partners.
Historically, procurement has not been elevated internally because they have focused on savings rather than revenue and growth - the true heartbeat of any competitive enterprise. Rather than repackaging savings in an effort to resemble top line impact, procurement needs to fight for new performance metrics. No one outside of procurement cares about a percentage increase year over year in ‘spend under management.’
Fortune favors the bold, curious to find out how? Mike Caldron of WNS Denali and Kathy Thrasher of Clorox tell their story with Art of Procurement in this BOLD webinar!
Digital transformation is high on nearly every procurement leaders’ priority list for 2021. If you listen to the hype, that means you are acquiring new technologies. You are implementing experimental tools. And, you are hoping to solve all your procurement operating problems with the click of a button, especially because you promised the C-suite you would get a massive ROI within the first 6 months.
Have you ever found yourself in a meeting and thought, Why do we keep doing the same thing OVER and OVER? I am ready to improve our old ways of working!” If so, you aren’t alone. Now is the time to learn about Design Thinking. Many people think Design Thinking is a new concept. Yet, this practice dates back to the 18th century. Design Thinking helps you reframe how you approach problems, conversations, and relationships at your organization.