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Negotiation for Procurement and Supply Chain Professionals

A Proven Approach for Negotiations with Suppliers

A step-by-step approach to delivering winning negotiations with tools and tactics for purchasing and supply chain professionals.
EAN: 9781789662580
Edition: 3
Published:
Format: 234x156
440 pages

About the book

Highly effective negotiation skills are an essential element of a purchasing and supply chain professional's toolkit. Negotiation for Procurement and Supply Chain Professionals provides a step-by-step approach to delivering winning negotiations and getting game-changing results. It provides purchasers and supply chain managers with the necessary tools and tactics for a detailed, planned approach to negotiation.

Negotiation for Procurement and Supply Chain Professionals allows the purchasing professional or the buying team to evaluate the supplier in advance, assess the sales team, and tailor their negotiation strategy depending on concession strategies, cultural influences and game theory. Negotiation for Procurement and Supply Chain Professionals provides a strong framework for discussion in advance of the meeting, allowing the negotiator to plan their agenda, objectives and tactics. Based upon Red Sheet Methodology, this book is a proven and collaborative technique used by many companies globally. The new edition includes supply chain planning, updates on multi-party negotiation for supply chain negotiations, Brexit as a retrospective example of negotiation and how the negotiation capability will need to change in the future.

About the authors

Jonathan O'Brien

Jonathan O'Brien is the CEO of the international procurement and negotiation consultancy and training provider, Positive Purchasing Ltd. With over 27 years' experience working in purchasing, he has worked all over the world to help global organizations increase their purchasing capability through training, education and working directly with practitioners and executive teams to drive in the adoption of category management and other strategic purchasing methodologies. He is also author of Negotiation for Procurement Professionals, Category Management in Purchasing, Supplier Relationship Management and The Buyer's Toolkit, all published by Kogan Page.

More about Jonathan O'Brien

I suspect it will become a classic of our profession for many years to come.

Peter Smith, Spend Matters UK/Europe