Building A Business Case for Transforming Procurement Value

Posted 23rd Jun

Register for our one day Workshops – “Building a Business Case for Transforming Procurement Value” 

1-Day masterclass workshops in London, Amsterdam and Copenhagen. Booking now for August, October and November 2017 via the links below.

Do you want to benchmark your organisation against peers and the leaders?

Then don´t miss out on the opportunity to get an insight in lifting Category Management to the next level. Regardless of level, this Masterclass will give you exceptional tools and guidance on how to give your category management a significant boost. 

During these workshops you will identify and start to build your unique case for change from both financial and change management perspectives.

Workshop Objectives

  • Understand the key category management practices that have the most impact on performance
  • Use Future Purchasing’s category management operating model framework™ to identify the greatest opportunities for improvement
  • Understand the key benefits and costs of investing in Category Management (a key enabler to deliver maximum procurement value)
  • Build a skeleton business case for Category Management

This workshop will bring together COOs, CFOs,CPOs and Heads of Procurement from diverse sectors for a day in either:

7th November 2017
Clerkenwell, London 


3rd October 2017
Sheraton Hotel
Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam


August 31st 2017
Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel
Amager Boulevard 70
2300 Copenhagen S

Please note we have limited places and we advise booking early to avoid disappointment. However, where the event is oversubscribed we will contact you.  

We look forward to hearing from you.

Kind regards,

Allison Ford-Langstaff
Director – Procurement Transformation
Future Purchasing

Tagged by topic: Learning and Development , Procurement Leadership

  by Allison Ford-Langstaff

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