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Your feedback is needed for the global survey on agile procurement

PASA is proud to announce with our partners that the survey is open for the 3rd global study, State of Agility in Procurement & Supply.

Procurement and supply peers are invited to take this survey and contribute to this valuable piece of research.

Increasing volatile, uncertain and often unpredictable Market conditions have demanded unprecedented levels of adaptability within and between organizations.

For many organisations, more agile ways-of-working is the answer. This year-by-year survey examines the current State of Agile in Procurement & Supply and all related roles and functions. It will provide a benchmark of progress, direction and the methods that are being used to greatest effect. A big thanks goes to our collaboration partners, who support the global distribution of this study.

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In the past, ’becoming agile’ has not been a priority for many commercial functions, which often see their role more in terms of standards and compliance. As market conditions become increasingly volatile and unpredictable, the ability to move fast and rapidly implement change and innovation has taken on a new urgency. Effective controls must be matched by greater speed – bringing agility to the forefront of functional capability.

Tim Cummins (founder of World Commerce & Contracting formerly IACCM) & Mirko Kleiner (President Lean-Agile Procurement Alliance) are leading this research.

The 2022 State of Agile in Procurement and Supply report found Executives could supercharge their procurement teams into more effective and efficient operations through adoption of agile practices.

Despite a disinterest by executives in agile, the report found an increase in those starting the journey to become more agile or having successful pilot projects.

Free webinar on the State of Agility report

Agile training online

PASA Agile is hosting a Lean Agile Procurement Credential One course on 17 May.

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