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Learning and Development White Paper –“How to craft your essential post-Covid Procurement Capability Development Plan”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This paper explains succinctly and exactly HOW to develop you procurement Learning & Development plan.

It draws solutions that are time-tested, including on MCIPS and assessed training, planning & 70/20/10 approaches, yet also answer the dilemmas posed in the results of the recent PASA L&D Survey of December 2020 – including why 95% CPOs have no cohesive L&D plan for their team!

The survey also revealed that Covid has altered procurement training needs, that most teams had not changed their training budget or time available for training during Covid, that 90% procurement people didn’t mind training online, the vast majority want participative training approaches but over one-third still liked good ole PowerPoint.

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The 7 key Challenges for Procurement Success in the post COVID World

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As we emerge from the Covid-19 crisis, a new business normal will develop quickly and present procurement with just as many difficulties as others.
Yet it also offers procurement an opportunity. An opportunity to be highly relevant and deliver outstanding value from the supply side.
But to succeed, Procurement must first face some tough questions and overcome SEVEN key challenges …

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Electricity prices still on the rise – the current state of pricing in the Australian Energy Market.

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The Australian Energy Market has seen considerable change over recent years and with energy prices on the rise many customers renewing their electricity contracts are experiencing substantial increases across several components of their energy bill.

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How to build a business case for neutral vendor managed services

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Contingent labour is often seen as a considerable indirect spend category for many businesses and one which can be difficult to bring under control. Complex, multi-location companies face challenges of sourcing temporary workers with the right skills and experience at the right time. With a high number of temporary recruitment agencies across your business getting complete visibility of temporary recruitment spend, control of hiring processes, effective contract management and risk mitigation can be a challenge.

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