Methods

Supply Value deelt graag haar kennis over Inkoop, Supply Chain, Performance management en Digital. Klik op onderstaande methoden voor meer informatie (de hieronder weergegeven methoden zijn slechts een kleine greep uit de bewezen methoden die we hanteren binnen onze werkwijze).

MSU purchasing model

Are you curious about how professional your purchasing organization is? Do you want to know which concrete steps you need to take to improve your purchasing activities? Then a purchase maturity survey (MSU audit) is something for your organization.

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Lean

Lean is an approach developed in the automotive industry where philosophy revolves around working as efficiently and effectively as possible. The main goal here is to deliver the right quantity with the right quality at exactly the right time and thus fully meet the customer's requirements at once.

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agile

The Agile methodology has been developed for organizations that enter a dynamic market. Agile is focused on creating flexibility to be able to respond quickly to changes in the market. Quality and fast delivery time are essential in this.

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Value Contract Management

We developed the Value Contract Management Model on the basis of Supply Value research research. The success factors and recommended methodologies from this research have been incorporated in one model. This model reflects the purchasing process including the application of methodologies.

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Best Value Procurement

Best Value Procurement (BVP) is an innovative purchasing methodology based on purchasing and realizing the highest value for the lowest price (best value). BVP offers clients a high (er) predictability of the final goal, expressed in costs, time and quality with a minimum of effort and control of the client. BVP offers contractors the best opportunities to show their expertise.

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ITIL, ASL and BISL

ITILASL and BiSL are methodologies for the organization of technical, application and functional management of ICT facilities. When purchasing ICT, management is an important aspect. The vast majority of costs are made during the management phase.

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Six Sigma

Six Sigma is a method for solving and preventing quality problems. Here the ultimate goal is not to make more than 3.4 (0.00034%) errors or defects per million; such a process yields no less than six times the standard deviation (6σ) of errors or defects.

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Value Conflict Management

How do you ensure that conflicts between the purchaser and supplier do not predominate, which is detrimental to the relationship and performance of both companies?

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Change management

The 8 crucial steps to transform an organization have been examined by John P. Kotter. A renowned American business manager in the field of change management. These 8 steps are scientifically substantiated and have proven themselves in practice.

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System-oriented contract management

System-oriented contract management (SCB) is a contract management method whereby the client remotely controls and supervises the work that a supplier carries out. In addition, the supplier (expert) gets the freedom to meet the customer's wishes. SCB is mainly used in the civil sector, but SCB is now also being used in other sectors.

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Design Thinking

Do you have an issue where no standard solution is available? Learn to think like an architect, start with a rough outline based on the wishes of your stakeholders, test and refine the solution along the way until you have found the best solution.

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Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)

You work in a large organization with multiple business units, projects and programs. On the one hand you need structure to get hold of and keep track of all the changes within your organization, on the other hand you want to give your professionals as much space as possible to decide for themselves how they do their work. You know that according to agile or scrum work fits well in an individual project, but how do you deploy it within a larger organization and how do you prevent agile working becoming an excuse to no longer meet deadlines?

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Vested Outsourcing

Do you want more focus on the result than the road to it? Do you only want to pay for results and not for transactions? Do you want to compete better because your partnership is about value-added solutions instead of activities? Do you want a win-win relationship instead of a win-loss relationship? Do you want stakeholders to have ownership and focus to deliver results because of the jointly agreed desired outcome?  If so, Vested Outsourcing is something for your organization.

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Professional Procurement Model

The Professional Procurement Model (PPM) contains our best practices for setting up the procurement function within companies and consists of procurement policy and governance, the procurement process and the underlying procurement infrastructure. 

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