What will your organization look like in 5, 10 or 15 years? What will the market you target want, need and desire? Many industries work in a changing environment where the need to be agile and flexible is key. But what does that mean in reality?
At Vattenfall the future is not unknown but a lot can change in the energy industry. What will happen with nuclear power? How will solar energy develop? What can we say today about how biomass, natural gas, hydro, wind and coal energy sources will develop?
In order to face uncertainty, Vattenfall have decided to outsource a major part of their sourcing, procurement and finance operations. The aim to stay agile and be flexible.
At Sourcing Outlook Stefano will share the massive pre-study made leading up an extremely large-scale outsourcing strategy and tender process. Stefano invite you to join his Theme Discussion – first come first served, register here.
Vattenfall’s main markets are Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands, Germany, the UK and Sweden. The Group has approximately 20,000 employees. The Parent Company, Vattenfall AB, is 100% owned by the Swedish state, and its headquarters are located in Solna, Sweden. (Source Vattenfall website)
About Sourcing Outlook
Sourcing Outlook is the response to the increased amount of revenue invested externally in most companies. As usual you cannot expect easy answers but we can promise you state of the art experience exchange. Take a look at the recently finished Source 2 Pay Summit to get an idea of how EBG “do summits” >>S2P Post Summit Report
Are any of the below questions relevant to you?
- How are sourcing structures and processes developing?
- How do you best align with business needs and strategy objectives?
- In what ways can you ensure sourcing strategy outcome?
- How do you mitigate risk and increase supply chain transparency?
- What will future sourcing competences look like?
- How are you managing and delivering control and value over different spend categories?
Sourcing Challenges Survey
Take our survey focusing on sourcing challenges, the survey can be >>found here – the results will be shared but not at all who says what.
Asking what is of greatest interest STRATEGY | OPERATIONS or GOVERNANCE, the respondents so far answered: