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Category Management in Purchasing

A Strategic Approach to Maximize Business Profitability

By (author) Jonathan O'Brien
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Kogan Page Ltd, London, United Kingdom
Published: 3rd Mar 2019
Dimensions: w 165mm h 240mm d 35mm
Weight: 925g
ISBN-10: 0749482613
ISBN-13: 9780749482619
Barcode No: 9780749482619
Synopsis
Category Management in Purchasing is a comprehensive guide to strategic category management which provides a step-by-step guide to its implementation and use, and enables readers to deliver value and cost savings when sourcing and purchasing. Now in its fourth edition, this text has cemented its place as the essential reference for category management practitioners. In this new edition, Jonathan O'Brien shows how a strategic approach needs to integrate with other approaches, such as supplier relationship management and how the procurement function negotiates. Additionally, this new edition includes some new insights, based upon the experience of senior practitioners in industry, on how to make category management a success in the organization. It also includes some general updates and contextualizes the future procurement function and an ever increasing digitally enabled, de-globalized, post Brexit world. There is also additional material on the effect of international developments on procurement, updated tools and templates, and examples of how these have been successfully used in industry. Category Management in Purchasing, 4th edition connects theory and practice and provides readers with the tools to analyze complex sourcing situations quickly and clearly, and so develop innovative and creative proposals for sourcing.

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"This book has quickly established itself as the essential reference book for category management and a practical guide for practitioners. With its thoroughness and insight, it is valuable to both the category novice and the experienced manager and should be on every senior procurement executive's bookshelf."--Peter Smith, Spend Matters