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Stakeholder management

Centralised procurement – managing stakeholders in New Jersey, circa 1920

We featured the 1920 New Jersey paper concerning their centralised procurement initiative recently, and said we would come back to how they handled the issue […]

Five ways procurement can work better with internal stakeholders – upcoming webinar

What do your internal stakeholders really think of your procurement function, how they interact with the people within it, the support and assistance they get […]

How to position procurement and change attitudes – webinar with Proxima

The report from Proxima, procurement outsourcing experts, titled “Corporate Virtualization  – A global study of cost externalization and its implications on profitability” put the cat […]

Stakeholder management – “Owning the Space” with Guy Allen

(We’re pleased to feature this post from Guy Allen, my colleague in developing and delivering the Real World Sourcing series of briefings). Peter's recent piece […]

How to make stakeholders hate you: Number 5 – Focus purely on savings

We’re pleased to bring you a short series (this is the last for now at least!) on that perennial topic – managing stakeholders, users, budget […]

How to make stakeholders hate you: Number 4 – Insist every spend category is the same

We’re pleased to bring you a short series on that perennial topic – managing stakeholders, users, budget holders, and colleagues – whatever we want to […]

How to make stakeholders hate you: Number 3 – Talk your own language

We’re pleased to bring you a short series on that perennial topic – managing stakeholders, users, budget holders, colleagues – whatever we want to call […]

How to make stakeholders hate you: Number 2 – Revel in being the gatekeeper

We’re pleased to bring you a short series on that perennial topic – managing stakeholders, users, budget holders, colleagues – whatever we want to call […]