Supply Chain

Most organisations describe their people as their biggest asset...

But the commercially minded organisation will also recognise the value invested in its supply chain.


Organisations are delivering fewer things directly and more through their supply chain and with partners. This change creates a need for new skills and behaviours – from people management to contract management and from building relationships internally to collaborating with a wide range of organisations across a complex landscape.

Procurement Capability Model

Our Procurement Capability Model sets out the 10 building blocks of a high performing procurement function that doesn’t just add value – it drives it.  From the foundations for effective teams and procurement operations to creating value that is directly linked to the core purpose and goals of the organisation, our approach to transforming procurement and supply chain management makes the complex simple and the daunting manageable.

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Case Study

Procurement Transformation

Westminster City Council spends more than £600m a year through third party contracts, from services that keep the city’s streets clean to providing care for some of London’s most vulnerable residents.  Add to this one of the most ambitious regeneration programmes the city has ever seen, with a capital investment programme of £2bn over 5 years, getting value from every pound it spends is vital for the council’s sustainability and future ambitions.

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