• Agile Transformation - Sourcing Organisational Structure Design and Ways of Working

    Our organisation is undertaking an enterprise agile transformation and am keen to gain any insights and understand individual expierences from others in the sourcing network who have been through an organisational transformation to Agile i.e. shifting to be a chapter or COE instead of the traditional sorucing structure by category or commercial functions. There's plenty of content from different sources on being changing process, adopting news ways or working but am not seeing much directed towards the org structure of a procurement team to align to Agile

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  • Apira G

    01/10/2020 09:50AM

    Hey Tyren, agility in procurement is a cornerstone to achieving agility for your business, so I guess you’re asking the right questions!

    Agility in procurement is a continuous process of improvement.

    To facilitate a system geared towards continuous improvement, it’s important to streamline your processes as much as possible by using tools like outsourcing and digitalisation.

    Gathering as much information as you can about achieving procurement efficiency (shorturl.at/pLOW7) or even speaking to experts for insights and guidance can, with any luck, give you an edge over your competitors.

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  • Apira G

    09/10/2020 03:45AM

    Hey Tyren,

    Agility in procurement is a cornerstone to achieving agility for your business, so I guess you’re asking the right questions!
    Agility in procurement is a continuous process of improvement. To facilitate a system geared towards continuous improvement, it’s important to streamline your processes as much as possible by using tools like outsourcing and digitalisation.

    Gathering as much information as you can about achieving procurement efficiency (https://bit.ly/3jIAAop) or even speaking to experts for insights and guidance can, with any luck, give you an edge over your competitors.

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