There can be little doubt that the Covid-19 pandemic has been the most significant, and perhaps the most traumatic, experience many of us will have had in our lives. It has and will continue to...
The last few weeks has seen countries, businesses and most importantly people facing unprecedented challenges. For us, what is becoming evident is the ability of people and businesses to respond to these challenges and adapt rapidly to what for some time might well be the new normal.
There are a number of challenges that arise when we want to explore guided innovation as a source of value in a (hopefully strategic, but not always) supplier relationship. The challenges range from stimulating good ideas through to handling the ideas and keeping suppliers engaged. In this blog we’ll look at just one of the challenges we uncovered through performing our annual global research into SRM best practices – what do people actually mean when they use the term innovation?
The UK Government's strategic supplier relationship management (SSRM) programme has been judged a great success, by a very favourable internal audit report - an outcome in which we take great pride. We would like to take this opportunity to thank those from the UK Government who have worked with us on this project and wish them every success as they now move in to Wave 2 of this important initiative, to roll out SSRM across another five departments.
State of Flux and 2020 Delivery will shortly be bringing support for Wave 1 of UK Government’s SSRM programme to a successful conclusion. We have worked in partnership with the Cabinet Office and five central government departments over the last 15 months to develop an effective methodology, build capability and roll out SSRM.