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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Turning procurement into a revenue generator through supplier innovation

Turning procurement into a revenue generator through supplier innovation

SEI can have a major impact on revenue generation in a business. However, unlocking the function’s potential to add revenue hinges on new processes and ways of working

Collaborative innovation at Osram

Collaborative innovation at Osram

At Osram’s SEI Day, the SEIC community learned how the German company is formally linking suppliers into its innovation efforts 

Can procurement become a key part of startup engagements?

Can procurement become a key part of startup engagements?

Procurement struggles to play a meaningful role in startup collaborations. To change this, the function must do away with old processes and adapt to the startup ecosystem

Building an SEI professional job role

Building an SEI professional job role

What do you get when you ask a group of execs to ideate through what an SEI professional might look like? A lot of insight, and a fascinating job role...

Ecosystems, collaborative innovation & Pepper the robot

Ecosystems, collaborative innovation & Pepper the robot

2018’s second Accelerator explored the issues procurement faces when adapting to the digital world. Here, Head of the SEIC David Rae takes a look at the day’s takeaways

Driving needs identification in Supplier-Enabled Innovation

Driving needs identification in Supplier-Enabled Innovation

Innovation is often derived from an internal need not yet met. In SEI, there’s little that’s more important than understanding these needs and linking them to supplier capability

Insight Call: Becoming a customer of choice

Insight Call: Becoming a customer of choice

Peter Naegelein, Director of Business Development and Scouting at Osram, takes SEIC members through Osram’s strategy for becoming a customer of choice

Takeaways from the SEIC workshop on stakeholder engagement

Takeaways from the SEIC workshop on stakeholder engagement

Different companies pursue SEI for different reasons – but shared challenges and solutions exist regardless of industry focus. This became apparent during our recent workshop on stakeholder engagement

Harnessing innovation to reinvent cost savings

Harnessing innovation to reinvent cost savings

Conventional cost savings are shrinking in procurement – but a formal Supplier-Enabled Innovation strategy can provide a sustainable alternative

Building a company-wide culture for collaborative innovation

Building a company-wide culture for collaborative innovation

Cultural apathy is a common and significant roadblock for Supplier-Enabled Innovation programs – but with a concrete strategy, procurement can work towards changing cultural norms

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