Guest: Joseph Richardson, President & CEO, Professional Purchasing Partners
“I, personally, I don’t want to be best in class. I just want to be good at what I do. And so, what I want to do is make sure that I understand the dynamics of my company. What will work and what won’t work. And so, I have to take into consideration six different elements as I go through that evaluation process.” – Joseph Richardson
My guest is Joseph Richardson. Joseph is the President and CEO of Professional Purchasing Partners which he founded in 2014, after a long spell as a practitioner. Joseph’s most recent buy-side roll was as a Head of Indirect Procurement in the Oil and Gas industry.
In our discussion, we touch on a wide range of topics, from the evolution of procurement to value beyond savings, and much more. One of the points that really resonated with me is when we talked about the notion of best-in-class procurement and benchmarking our organizations against others.