3 Key Reflections from the Procurement Leaders World Procurement Congress 2017

Written by Neal Mankey on May 18, 2017

My learnings from the Procurement Leaders World Procurement Congress 2017 and how Interim Executives can help.

The world of procurement is changing at pace.

I was fortunate enough to be invited by Procurement Leaders to their World Procurement Congress at the InterContinental Hotel, O2 in London this week. There was an array of hot topics and discussions particularly around automation, strategy and talent which got me thinking how procurement interims can bring value in these areas for today’s CPO’s.

These trends represent a fantastic opportunity for the Interim Procurement industry and as the Practice Manager for Interim Procurement here at EO, I left the conference very buoyed and excited for the future.

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Completing the Finance and Procurement Puzzle...

Written by Paul Mendelssohn on Oct 13, 2016

We recently surveyed over 300 industry leaders and found that Finance and Procurement still don't agree on a number of key business initiatives. It was surprising to find that only 20% of both CFOs and CPOs felt the two functions were aligned on communication, processes, reporting, culture and training.

To gain an inside perspective on the issue, we joined forces with our well-connected network to run a senior leadership guest webinar. The event proved to be a great success and provided some valuable insights into how Finance and Procurement can get more aligned on areas such as people, process, technology and communication. 

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Creating An Alliance Between Procurement & Finance

Written by Craig Elvin on Oct 12, 2016

The Finance and Procurement relationship is arguably one of the most controversial  within any organisation, as it is one of the most integrated and yet most distant. Executives Online recently surveyed over 300 senior industry leaders finding that only 20% of CPOs and CFOs felt the two functions were aligned on key business initiatives. 

To understand this interesting relationship further our team reached out to our strong network of senior leaders and invited them to participate in our thought leadership webinar

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