It is no wonder organizations are struggling when it comes to managing spend. How much of that spend is sitting outside of procurement? How many of the budget holders are interested in doing anything but keeping their budget safe and aiming at increasing it for next year? Who is interested in keeping control cross function to see if there is leverage between functions and across suppliers?
In this article the failure of SRM programmes is being dealt with. True or false – it is an interesting discussion that EBG will keep discussing.
From the article:
The first ‘mistake’ leaders make, and it is completely understandable, is that SRM is positioned as a Procurement initiative, led by Procurement.
Read the full article here >>Are These the Five Reasons Why Your SRM Programme is Failing?