Procurement organizations have evolved over the last few years. Many have looked for improvements through new areas of focus like automation, strategic sourcing, and category management.
Trey Robinson and John Francis explain their tiered approach to procurement transformation in this video that highlights the shift from transactional to strategic procurement.
ScottMadden also worked with APQC to create this webinar to discuss leading practices in procurement transformation. In their webinar, Robinson and Francis described global process ownership as part of a broader shift toward more strategic service delivery in procurement.
The following article series provides further insight into the topics discussed in the webinar.
PROCUREMENT TRANSFORMATION WEBINAR SERIES | ARTICLE 1
Procurement Transformation: Driving Effective Transformation in Procurement
This article highlights procurement organization challenges in the P2P process that stem from unclear roles, an overly complex process, or uncertain service channels.
PROCUREMENT TRANSFORMATION WEBINAR SERIES | ARTICLE 2
Procurement Transformation: Governing Procure-to-Pay as an End-to-End
This article provides a snapshot of how end-to-end processes like P2P have many moving parts that transcend organizational silos.
PROCUREMENT TRANSFORMATION WEBINAR SERIES | ARTICLE 3
Procurement Transformation: How to Diagnose and Fix Problems with Your Procure-to-Pay
This article summarizes the challenges of a good starting point for where organizations should begin looking if they see symptoms like confused or disengaged customers or procurement professionals swamped with transactional work.
PROCUREMENT TRANSFORMATION WEBINAR SERIES | ARTICLE 4
Procurement Transformation: How to Design and Implement a New Procurement Model
This article shares leading organizations begin the work of procurement transformation with a robust assessment of procurement’s current state.
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