Total Supply Considerations: Does your supply chain deliver your objectives?

Most organisations focus their procurement activity on obtaining the goods, works and services that are needed to meet and deliver their business and service objectives. The key consideration is usually on obtaining, appointing and managing the immediate suppliers or service providers.

As part of the overall up-skilling for people who have any involvement in procurement for their organisation, there is a greater realisation of the important role that the supply chain plays in meeting those objectives. The chain includes everything that contributes to the end product or service, from source materials through the manufacturing process and onwards to the delivery of product to the ultimate client or end user.

The importance of an effective and sound supply chain has become even more significant since the impact of the pandemic has hit all organisations across the globe, whether in the public, private or not-for-profit sector.

This webinar will look at total supply considerations, highlighting key areas that organisations may need to examine, what could go wrong, how to achieve a better understanding and achieving overall management of the end-to-end process.

 

N.B. This webinar will be taking place on Microsoft Teams. 

Summary

Virtual
Training
Course
Duration

10:30 - 11:30

Price

FREE

Dates

23 March 2021 Book

Lead Trainer

David Wells

David Wells

David has a finance and procurement background with over 40 years’ experience working in local government, with over 30 years in management roles. During this time, he was the Head of Finance in the Technical Services Department at Barking and Dagenham Borough Council in London with responsibility for an annual capital and revenue budget totalling around £50 millions.

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David Wells

David Wells

David has a finance and procurement background with over 40 years’ experience working in local government, with over 30 years in management roles. During this time, he was the Head of Finance in the Technical Services Department at Barking and Dagenham Borough Council in London with responsibility for an annual capital and revenue budget totalling around £50 millions. He later headed up a corporate team in the Chief Executive’s Department, with overall responsibilities for the competitive tendering process across the authority.

He later joined the Finance Directorate and project-managed the installation of a replacement IT system for the Borough’s financial, personnel and payroll functions. Latterly he became Assistant Director and oversaw the management of payroll, pensions, human resources, accounts, IT development, secretariat and departmental policy and administration.

More recently David has worked as a public sector adviser, supporting UK central and local government, focusing on financial and budget management, contracting and contract management, including work with the health sector. He has many years’ experience of designing and delivering workshops and study programmes in the UK and overseas, covering a range of topics.

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