Best-in-Class Sourcing: Rethinking Strategy in the Changing World of Work

By Maris Listello

August 30, 2014 at 11:12 AM

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Join My Purchasing Center on October 23 at 2 pm ET for the webcast Best-in-Class Sourcing: Rethinking Strategy in the Changing World of Work. 

Work is changing. More employees are setting up offices in their homes and telecommuting. You’ve developed a sourcing strategy for the things they need--office supplies, technology products, print products, furniture and the like--when they’re at your company’s facilities. Now, you have to make sure they’re equipped, safe and productive in their home office while meeting procurement’s targets for cost, delivery, quality and service. It is the role of procurement, and the trend toward telecommuting is affecting your sourcing strategy. Attend this webcast and you will learn: 

  • How to work with internal stakeholders and company business unit heads to ensure their goals are met as employees do their jobs outside the office. 
  • How to create a sourcing strategy that includes items employees need to equip their home office to be successful at their jobs. 
  • How to negotiate agreements with suppliers that include items for home offices. 
  • How to implement the agreements and ensure that employees have what they need when they need it. 
  • How to measure performance of suppliers that provide these goods and services.

Presenter:  

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Chris Sawchuk, Principal, Global Procurement Advisory - The Hackett Group 

Moderator:

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Susan Avery, Editor in Chief - My Purchasing Center 

 

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