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Using DMAIC 2.0 to Blow Up the N-step Procurement Process

Categories: Procurement Commentary, Procurement Strategy & Planning Tags: Plus An n-step chevron process is a siloed procurement-centered sourcing methodology geared towards supplier rationalization. It’s a fine start for procurement hitting cost savings goals, but it’s not a great way to align to the broader organization as procurement evolves. So, we’re proposing DMAIC as an emerging, superior approach, but it’s far beyond the DMAIC that you usually think of.
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