- They decide they need a new procurement solution.
- They conduct research and begin to engage with appealing providers.
- They create and distribute an RFP.
- They score the RFP responses to narrow things down.
Sustainability is a dominant topic in media, business and social conversations today, and one that communications and corporate responsibility departments in major multinational organizations have been eager to pursue. It makes sense—successful sustainability programs are not only good for our planet and people, but also are proven to drive business value. But what does 'success' look like for procurement teams contributing to organizational programs and results?
Six indicators of a strong sustainable procurement program
I do a lot of reading about next-generation strategies, trends and tactics being employed by leading procurement organizations. Often, I find myself confronted by the notion of “best-in-class.”
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