BravoSolution Webinars

On Demand: Real World Procurement Series | Procurement Value Creates New Wealth for Organizations

In this webinar, Principal, Procurement Advisory Services, Craig Lardner, looks at how the definition of procurement value has changed in recent times.

On Demand: Real World Procurement Series | Nurturing Procurement Talent in the Millennial Era

There is a shortage of talent in the procurement profession.  So what can procurement executives do about this? Simply poaching staff from other organizations is not a sustainable solution for the profession as a whole.


On Demand: Real World Procurement Series | The 5 Principals of Next Generation Supplier Management

In this 45 minute-webinar, procurement expert and former CPO, Peter Smith, looks at the latest thinking in the whole area of supplier management – so not just the SRM around the most critical suppliers, but the wider picture.


On Demand: Category Segmentation: A Roadmap for Improving Your Procurement Strategy

Having a complete command of your procurement strategy across all products and services can be the difference between run of the mill outcomes and differentiated best-in-class results for your organization.

During this webinar, Kristian O’Meara, Senior Vice President of Value Engineering at BravoSolution, will discuss a category segmentation approach that can be used to assess and slot your categories using two factors.

You will learn:

The first axis is the risk that is present within the categories and the second is the impact that sourcing the categories efficiently and effectively can provide for your company’s bottom line result.
Once the categories are segmented we will discuss the approaches that best-in-class procurement departments are using to drive results.
The final step is prioritizing category execution order and tracking your strategies to value realization!

On Demand: Real World Procurement Series | Compelling Messages for your Executives on Modern Procurement

In procurement huddles we have long lamented how the top table don’t engage, don’t understand, and don’t seem to value what we do. So whose fault might that be? If the answer eludes you, perhaps we just need to look in the mirror to find the culprit.