Key Strategies to Make Your Procurement Training Program More Effective


Date :September 22, 2016
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Presented By:
Denali Sourcing Services



In today’s environment, effective Procurement training is needed more than ever—for multiple reasons. The required competencies to “do a good job” are becoming more complex as Procurement becomes more strategic and assumes a larger role contributing to the bottom line of the organization. Experienced talent is hard to find in the marketplace and therefore expensive, which is why many companies choose to develop competencies internally. There are many training programs and certifications available, however, it can be difficult to select the right one.

This webinar will help you understand critical components required of an effective training program. These include determining the desired skillsets to be successful in an increasingly complex Procurement world. Another, is that training should not be a “stand-alone” initiative. Training is most effective if it is integrated into and fully supports a procurement transformation or ongoing improvement initiative. It must be scalable, flexible, cost effective, and measurable. Join the webinar to learn more!

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