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Sustainability through procurement – Spotlight on The Environment

 

Responsible procurement contributes to a sustainable world.

It can also help your organisation build a stronger reputation, grow brand recognition, increase revenue and improve consumer confidence.

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Topics: Procurement and Contracting, High Stakes Procurement, Procurement Transformation

Sustainability through procurement – Spotlight on Community

 

Responsible procurement contributes to a sustainable world.

It can also help your organisation build a stronger reputation, grow brand recognition, increase revenue and improve consumer confidence.

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Topics: Procurement and Contracting, High Stakes Procurement, Procurement Transformation

Sustainability through procurement – Spotlight on Human Rights

 

Responsible procurement contributes to a sustainable world.

It can also help your Organisation build a stronger reputation, grow brand recognition, increase revenue and improve consumer confidence.

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Topics: Procurement and Contracting, High Stakes Procurement, Procurement Transformation

Sustainability through procurement – Spotlight on Fair Operating Practice

 

Responsible procurement contributes to a sustainable world.

It can also help your organisation build a stronger reputation, grow brand recognition, increase revenue and improve consumer confidence.

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Topics: Procurement and Contracting, High Stakes Procurement, Procurement Transformation

Making the World a better place……through sustainable procurement

 

Chances are, social responsibility is not the key driver for your organisation! It might be a nice-to-have, but your key driver is more likely to be super-pleasing your customers, maintaining a competitive-advantage or implementing public policies.

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Topics: Procurement and Contracting, High Stakes Procurement, Procurement Transformation, Service Delivery Strategy

How to get started with sustainable procurement?

 

We all have a part to play in creating a world that is fit for future generations

With spend in supply chains representing an average of 60% of an organisation's budget, procurement strategy and processes have a profound ability to affect the social, environmental and economic sustainability of business at large.

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Topics: Procurement and Contracting, Supplier Management, High Stakes Procurement, Procurement Transformation, Service Delivery Strategy

What carrots work for NGO suppliers?

Governments across Australia contract more and more essential services from not-for-profit and non-government organisations (NGOs). Prime examples are the rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and the NSW Smart, Skilled and Hired program.

But how should government agencies go about incentivising these service providers to achieve or better exceed performance expectations?

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Topics: Procurement and Contracting, Supplier Management, High Stakes Procurement, Procurement Transformation

What’s the difference between suppliers and employees when it comes to motivating for high performance?

As it turns out - nothing!

When you think about it, why would or should it be any different: in both situations we are talking about the motivation of human beings.

Most organisations invest in the development of their employees to gain optimal performance from their workforce.

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Topics: Procurement and Contracting, High Stakes Procurement

“Please return our calls!!!” - Candid comments from your suppliers…

It never ceases to amaze me how important the simple things like returning a phone call or responding to email are to successful buyer / seller relationships.

Funny how we expect a supplier to respond and even fall over themselves when we need them. But do we always show the same respect back? Is it ok not to just because we are the ones handing over the cash?

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Topics: Procurement and Contracting

Are your suppliers punishing you?

Ever wished you were a fly on the wall when your suppliers meet to discuss your contract and the relationship they have with you?

Trust me good or bad they have the conversations on many levels just as employees have conversations about their management.

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Topics: Procurement and Contracting

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