Are you involved in the sourcing of contracts and putting in place commercial relationships between you and other organisations?ELS offer two courses in this area. All options can be bespoke and are also offered on our open course schedules.
Commercial practitioner (theories, principles and practice in contract sourcing)
Sourcing strategy theories and principles designed to enable you to understand the context behind the decision making, and taking a look at other organisation practices such as UK Government. This builds in the masterclass linking to organisational strategic objectives.
- Undertake effective requirements capture
- Explain different sourcing strategies
- Building resilient evaluation models
- Appreciation of negotiation strategies
- Facilitate contract management phase
Commercial expert (masterclass in the principles and practice in contract sourcing)
Sourcing strategy deals with planning, designing and building a reliable and competitive supplier base, determining the strategy for procurement, and supply chain requirements. The strategy involves integration of its objectives in line with or confirming to the objectives of stake holders in operations, finance, marketing and distribution. Lastly sourcing strategy involves planning to competitive buying sources for its raw materials, components and services along with alternative variables