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Securing a Mandate to Achieve Cost Leadership and Build a Leading Procurement Organization

This comprehensive, detailed case study covers how PG&E transformed its Supply Chain organization with a staged, enterprise-wide program that delivered sustainable results.

Procurement Transformation on the Fast Track: Doing More with Less

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.

Sourcing Execution: A Transition to a Shared Service Model

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.

What’s Next In Procurement: Innovation Trends for 2011 and Beyond

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.

Rethinking Procurement Talent Management: Innovating for Today’s Workforce

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.

Expanding Procurement’s Value Through Innovation

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.

Building an Effective Knowledge Management Program

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.

CPO Roundtable Executive Summary: 2011 SIG Global Sourcing Summit

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.