The 8 Modules, 31 Focus Points and 5 Collaboration Phases of the SEIC Methodology provide a path to success

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Our Diagnostic Tool provides a gap analysis of SEI capability to support the strategic planning process

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In-depth explorations of the approaches and techniques used by leading organizations in the field of SEI today

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Thought leadership and insightful articles on the most important issues for companies pursuing an SEI agenda

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Insight calls are available to join for all members of the SEIC and will be addressing a number of topics

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Useful downloads, from unique research to practical templates, frameworks and tools being used by SEI leaders

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The 11 modules of the SEI methodology focus on the key processes that enable the successful rollout of SEI

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Our Capabilities Assessment tools provide the means for organizations to gain insight into their own SEI approach

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In-depth explorations of the approaches and techniques used by leading organizations in the field of SEI today

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Thought leadership and insightful articles on the most important issues for companies pursuing an SEI agenda

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Useful downloads, from unique research to practical templates, frameworks and tools being used by SEI leaders

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How does your procurement function work with start-ups?

The SEIC is putting together some primary research on how procurement can work with new third parties. To take part, please answer our short survey

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Should procurement work with third parties on emerging technologies and solutions?

 

It’s a question we often come across in the Supplier-Enabled Innovation Center. Buying organizations we speak to are eager to collaborate with new third parties – and for good reason. Start-ups and universities, for example, are increasingly developing advanced technologies, presenting a valuable source of innovation for procurement functions tasked with locating external solutions to internal problems.

 

But while there is an interest in working with these third parties, the way in which procurement does so is often unclear. What can procurement bring to the table? Is there an appetite in the wider business for procurement to play a role? What challenges exist?

 

To answer these questions, the SEIC is putting together some primary research on how procurement can work with new third parties.

 

Can you spare 5 minutes? We’re eager to hear if and how procurement in your organization works with third parties on emerging technologies and solutions.

 

To take part, please answer this short survey >>

 

Respondents will receive a complimentary copy of the report, set for release in Q1 2018; allowing you to benchmark your approach against other companies.

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