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Benefits Realisation and Tracking (Syd)

June 11, 2018

How do you we measure the value of the procurement contribution? Do you know how to measure the benefits you are realizing? Can you track them? What does your balanced scorecard look like?

Pretty much all procurement functions are still measured against what savings they are delivering. Yet these days, we would argue that the procurement value proposition should be far broader than merely saving money. What is the value of risk management, compliance and governance, or of driving innovation or revenue?

This session will explore what measures members are using to track the benefits they are delivering to the organisation, both hard and soft.

Typical examples of issues raised by participants at previous sessions are:

  • What tools are currently being used to evaluate performance in Procurement, and what where is it heading?
  • Challenge: how to sustain contribution?
  • Cost savings vs TCO vs. Cost avoidance? (what is legitimate to claim?)
  • Understanding the tools available for performance/contract management
  • Understand what should be measured and how to compare to peer companies when KPI's vary broadly across categories
  • And many more!

When registering please submit those issues that are top of mind for you in regard to performance measurement.

Event Details

Benefits Realisation and Tracking (Syd) 36-46 George St. Burwood
Event Detail Offices of Sydney Trains: Easiest way to location is via train to Burwood station – less than 5 mins walk. Paid Parking for cars at 2 locations, both on George St. One is Burwood Council carpark (recommended, park on level B2 and below) or directly under Sydney Trains building.
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Start September 26th, 2018. 09:30am
End September 26th, 2018. 12:00pm
Status Event Details Closed

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Seats 12 persons
Attendees 6 persons
Location Sydney, NSW
Category Topic based special interest groups
Type Round Table