Procurement as an interface
by Lee Bryant | Nov 13, 2017 | Digital Transformation, Enablement, Innovation, Organisational structures, Professional Services, Strategy | 2 commentsI had a very interesting session last week with procurement leads responsible for sourcing legal and consulting work for major organisations. I came to the session wanting to talk about service-oriented, not product- or project-oriented strategic sourcing, and to lay...
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