With interest rates at record lows and a large & reflationary infrastructure agenda set to create jobs but stretch supply chains, executing capital procurement programmes efficiently and effectively has never been more important.
But what exactly is so different between best practice capital procurement and the principles of solid and straight forward management of operational or indirect expenditure?
More importantly, how do organisations successfully navigate those consistently choppy waters at the intersection between capital procurement, programme management and project management?
How do procurement set themselves up for success in time for major investments post-Covid?
Your expert presenter:
Greg Parkinson MCIPS is a Director at Turner & Townsend, a global professional services firm delivering major projects for clients across Infrastructure, Real Estate and Natural Resources, where he leads the Procurement team for Australia & New Zealand. His previous roles include General Manager Procurement & Supply Chain for the Future Submarine Program, and advisory work to organisations such as SA Government’s Department for Infrastructure & Transport and leading Higher Education sector organisations. https://www.turnerandtownsend.com/
The time of this session is:
11.00-12:30PM AEST (SYD, MELB, BNE)
|Start||July 21st, 2021. 11:00am AEST|
|End||July 21st, 2021. 12:30pm AEST|
|Status||Event Details Closed|
|Category||One off sessions|