Collaborative Working


Collaborative working, also known as joint partnership, is where two or more companies work together to achieve common goals, make good use of the available resources of each partner and increase competitive advantage.

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A new era is changing the procurement function, creating broader and deeper roles where buyers also need to be value brokers, and capture, retain and manage talent (Supply Management)

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Standards and policies are core components underpinning corporate as well as operational strategies (Lynch, 2006).

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A purchasing group usually provides additional power to the members of the group in their negotiations with suppliers (Nollet and Beaulieu).

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