The Last Three years have seen unprecedented. Disruptions to global supply chains. The global pandemic with shutdowns around the world, the huge spike in demand emerging from lockdown, droughts, fires, famines and even plagues of rodents in Australia alongside the military situation in Ukraine and disruptions to energy markets.
Procurement is so important to organisations, and it has been severely impacted by these disruptions putting procurement into the forefront in organisations. We have to grasp the opportunity, making the most of it ensuring there is a sustainable legacy from it. We know the importance of procurement and supply chain, but it is not always recognised throughout the rest of the organisation.
The success of organisation not only depends on what we do, but also how we manage our suppliers and contractors. Excellent Purchasing Management is a prerequisite in this dynamic environment. In the long term, the pandemic has illustrated the importance of good procurement and commercial teams. In these changing times we need to rigorous with how we operate with better supplier relations including a new era of collaboration in procurement. The coronavirus outbreak has l fundamentally change the way we do business in procurement management. A more cooperative environment for procurement and supply chain professionals may well be one of the long-term key impacts of Covid-19 and other supply chain crises.
This Procurement in the Post Crisis Environment training course addresses these issues in order to continuously improve our procurement operations. In the face of a major global crisis such as the spread of coronavirus, now is the time to step rethink how to protect supply chains as much as possible from the adverse impacts.
This Coventry Academy training course will feature:
By the end of this Coventry Academy training course, delegates will be able to:
This Coventry Academy training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals, but will greatly benefit: