This comprehensive, detailed case study covers how PG&E transformed its Supply Chain organization with a staged, enterprise-wide program that delivered sustainable results.
This presentation presents a focused, innovative model for fast tracking Procurement transformation. It covers key enablers, the process, Denali Group’s RAPID sourcing process, metrics, and keys to success.
This presentation discusses how Procurement can create agility, responsiveness, and value by adjusting its operating model and becoming a customer-centric organization. Case study shows results show dramatically increased spend under management and number of projects completed, as well as significant savings.
This presentation reviews Denali Group’s Procurement Innovation Research, conducted among dozens of Global 1000 Procurement executives. Innovation prediction topics include: Expanding Procurement’s Value, The Virtual Procurement Organization, and Rethinking Talent Management.
This presentation reviews trends and innovations in talent management, including shifts in recruiting, retention, and succession strategies; creating formal knowledge management programs; evolving compensation plans; and creating collaborative cultures by embracing social networking.
This presentation reviews new ways that Procurement can drive enterprise-wide value, including: accelerating time to market, revenue generation, product innovation, and driving non-traditional cost savings.
Knowledge Management is critical for leading Procurement organizations. This presentation reviews four key program elements: Process Knowledge, Technology Knowledge, Training & Skills Development, and Category Knowledge.
This presentation summarizes Global 1000 Procurement executives’ views on how leading organizations are: leveraging social media, innovating to drive more value, and navigating a multi-cultural and global environment.