Business Agility Meetup Nigeria is for leaders, executives, managers, teams and professionals utilizing the Agile mindset, methods, frameworks, practices, and techniques outside of IT within an organization. We focus on business agility, organizational agility, personal agilty, team building, innovation, customer aquisition/yield, design thinking and organizational development.
Executives within organizations on the part to Agile, Sales Teams & Executives, HR Professionals, Teams & Leaders, Marketing Team & Executives, Procurement & Supply Chain, Governance, and Operations
The Business Agility Meetup Nigeria (aka BAM9JA) is pleased to be hosting our exciting speaker Mirko Kleiner, President of the Lean-Agile Procurement Alliance, Thought Leader in Lean-Agile Procurement, CIPS Award Winner 2018, and international speaker.
Topic: LEARN HOW TO SOURCE AN ERP SYSTEM IN JUST 4 WEEKS!
The advantages of Lean-Agile Procurement have become evident, more so with the Covid-19 pandemic putting procurement and global supply chains in focus.
Get inspired by one of FlowDay's success stories that recently got awarded the World Procurement Award 2020! Mirko will share with us how they sourced with the help of Lean-Agile Procurement® a new ERP system in just 4 weeks lead time (Benchmark is 6-12 months!) – this is a New World Record!
FlowDays customer, SwissCasinos had to replace their current ERP System together with a bunch of business processes. In short, a very complex project.
Daniel, Head of Finance at SwissCasinos knew he had an ambitious timing impossible to achieve with traditional approaches. Furthermore, he was looking to Minimize Risks and Maximize Outcomes at the same time. These were the surprising Results using Lean-Agile procurement:
400% improved Time to Market 50% less Effort, the vendors spent just 2 days 80% Savings through Focus 100% Social Fit 84% Recommendation Rate
Expect some honest insights about success criteria, failures, and how you could achieve similar lead times!
Date: Tuesday 25th of May 2021 by 7pm WAT/6 pm GMT