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Deloitte CPO Survey – Frustrating Graphics and Worrying Procurement Trends

The Deloitte Global CPO survey report is now available, and we’ve been taking a look at it. Pretty much every large consulting firm does something […]

Deloitte CPO Survey part 3 – Technology To The Fore

In our last article reviewing the Deloitte 2016 CPO Survey we commented on the evidence that suggests CPOs are increasingly unsure about the ability of […]

Deloitte CPO Survey (Part 2) – Skills and Capabilities Crisis?

So having had a bit of a dig in part 1 about some of the way data is presented in the Deloitte CPO Survey, today […]

Deloitte CPO Survey – Valuable, Interesting, Frustrating in Places

The Deloitte Global CPO Survey draws on 324 respondents from 33 countries. It is one of the biggest studies of its kind, with valuable input […]

Spend Matters 50/50: Deloitte – A Provider to Know in 2015

We announced here and here our two (not ranked) lists: Spend Matters 50 To Know and 50 To Watch firms for 2015/2016. In the first case, […]

Deloitte Paper Offers Insight on Procurement Talent Management

Consulting firm Deloitte has produced a short paper titled “Procurement talent management: Exceptional outcomes require exceptional people.” It is a good read, with some thought-provoking […]

The State of the State – Deloitte and Reform look at the UK economic and public sector outlook

Another report to recommend to you today if you have any interest in UK public sector matters – or maybe in wider economic issues. It […]