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Building a Procurement Framework (Syd)

June 11, 2018

How do you as a procurement function balance conflicting priorities in building a new procurement framework?

One that addresses the needs of different stakeholders within the context of heightened governance whilst balancing organisation/supplier needs. 

 

How does your framework and organisational structure fit with your corporate procurement plan?

And downstream how does it cater for targeting specific strategic aims and annual or long term goals?

Does it include a design for your balanced scorecard?  

 

In this expert-led session participants are encouraged to bring along any tools or templates they are using and information on their strategy that underlies their planning. 

Please submit issues or questions you would like to discuss early in the process so that we can include it in the agenda.

Expert facilitator - Matt Dunn, Director Automation, Aquiliti

From an extensive procurement consulting background, Matt leads Aquiliti’s automation practice which helps organisations to understand the benefits of Robotic Process Automation (RPA), build the business case and deliver proof of concept RPA projects. Given his procurement advisory experience, a large focus has been on addressing common procurement issues with the help of RPA (digital workers). 


Event Details

22 Codrington Street, Darlington
Event Detail University of Sydney Meet in reception of 22 Codrington Street, Darlington (cnr. Abercrombie and Codrington Sts.) – this is opposite the University of Sydney Business School. Please note - limited parking - suggest either a taxi/Uber or a train to Redfern where the location is just a 10 minute walk away. 22 Codrington Street, Darlington
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Start November 15th, 2018. 09:30am
End November 15th, 2018. 12:00pm
Status Event Details Closed

Other Details

Seats 12 persons
Attendees 7 persons
Location Sydney, NSW
Category Topic based special interest groups
Type Round Table