Strategic Purchasing vs Tactical
Three ideas have changed the way many of the successful companies operate.
The first idea is to strive to acquire inventory just-in-time.
The second idea is that continuously improving quality is a key factor in the success of the organization.
The third idea is that treating your suppliers as partners is a better strategy compared to treating them as adversaries who should be forced to offer lower prices.
Strategic Purchasing vs Tactical Purchasing
While these three ideas above seem easy enough to try, successfully implementing them become almost impossible if the purchasing department still believes that buying in bulk will result in a lower price, that buying the cheapest products will result in an acceptable end product, and that the ultimate skill of a buyer is to continuously haggle until the supplier gives up.
RMP Consultancy Purchasing Training for WSI Group 01
Strategic purchasing goes beyond looking for the lowest price from three quotations. Strategic purchasing requires developing a tight link between procurement strategy and corporate and business unit strategy. It means a change of focus from cost control to revenue enhancement. Applying the Lean Methods taught at RMP Consultancy can help your staff achieve lower ordering cost, lower storage cost, and ultimately lower total cost of procurement.
Objectives of Strategic Purchasing
- Tightly link procurement strategy to corporate and business unit strategy
- Develop strategic, but flexible, relationships with critical suppliers
- Change focus from cost to revenue enhancement
- Understand how applying Lean Methods can lower ordering cost, lower storage cost, and ultimately lower the total cost of procurement.
- Negotiate effectively with your suppliers.
Who should attend:
This seminar is ideal for:
- Procurement Officers
- Inventory Staff
- Managers, supervisors, team leaders, and potential leaders
Upcoming Purchasing and Procurement Seminars
20 Jan 2020, Monday, Strategic Purchasing Management and Negotiation Skills Training (Two Days),
7 Feb 2020, Friday, Effective Purchasing Skills,
17 Feb 2020, Monday, Strategic Purchasing Management and Negotiation Skills Training (Two Days),
2 Mar 2020, Monday, Effective Purchasing Skills,
10 Mar 2020, Tuesday, Strategic Purchasing Management and Negotiation Skills Training (Two Days),
1 Apr 2020, Wednesday, Effective Purchasing Skills,
27 Apr 2020, Monday, Strategic Purchasing Management and Negotiation Skills Training (Two Days),
4 May 2020, Monday, Effective Purchasing Skills,
26 May 2020, Tuesday, Strategic Purchasing Management and Negotiation Skills Training (Two Days),
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Bring a Laptop
Many of the Lessons to be presented require calculations using MS Excel. It is recommended that you bring your LAPTOP COMPUTER to be able to follow the analysis being demonstrated. A Maximum of 2 participants per laptop may share for optimum learning. Your computer should have MS Excel or equivalent software installed.
Rafael M. Pefianco MPM FAAPM is a Mechanical Engineer by training, Master in Project Management, a Fellow of the American Academy of Project Management and an international trainer. He has an extensive background in manufacturing, sales, distribution and training. He has worked both in the government and private sectors. He is an International trainer whose passion is to enable Filipino professionals to reach world class levels by sharing the insights he has gathered working and teaching abroad and in the Philippines. His clients include major manufacturing and distribution companies here and abroad. Please click [Background of Raffy Pefianco] to know more about him.
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