I’d like to announce that we have just launched the survey to our major CPO-focused research effort for 2012.
Starting today, you have a chance to participate in this survey and by doing so, directly help fuel our next research report and many, many future articles here on CPO Rising. Here is the survey link
CLICK HERE –> CPO Rising 2012: Keeping Score
In exchange for your time, you will receive the following benefits:
- A free copy of the final report – this is our big “State of Procurement” report
- The ability to see how your peers are approaching the next 12 months
- The ability to benchmark your team’s performance against other global procurement organizations
- A guarantee that no other company will contact you
- My personal thanks
About the Report: The theme of this year’s report will be Procurement Performance Measurement – an area that remains a major challenge to mature and new Chief Procurement Officers alike. As procurement organizations extend their influence and impact into new areas, the value that they ultimately deliver becomes more nuanced to explain and more difficult to quantify. This report will draw on the collective market to present the leading ideas in how to manage this area of critical importance.
The report will also present a detailed overview of the current “State of Procurement” that draws on the experience, performance, and perspective of the CPO Rising readership and other procurement executives.
Last year we had a fantastic turnout and I hope we can replicate it again this year. If you are a procurement practitioner and have enjoyed any of the articles on CPO Rising, I ask, encourage, and implore you to take the survey (If you are a consultant or solution provider, please forward the survey link to your customers and prospects).
Final Plea: Please consider taking the survey today – your contribution of time will help push the procurement profession and industry forward and I really believe that it will be to our collective benefit if you (or your proxy) can spare the time and take this survey.