- Procurement management framework: procurement life cycle, key roles, procurement organizations, contract definitions and purposes, contract types, risk transfer, common constraints and legal issues
- Planning procurements: building your evaluation team, needs analysis, stakeholder expectations and requirements mapping, developing the procurement management plan and procurement Statement of Works, identifying suppliers, drafting legal tendering documents, defining selection criteria and weights, creating the Supplier Evaluation Model
- Conducting procurements: the bidders’ conference, evaluation techniques, short-listing and selecting suppliers, ensuring due diligence and an equitable process, negotiating
- Administering procurements: managing supplier performance and relationships, amending contracts and managing change, the dispute process
- Closing procurements: auditing, settling contracts, early termination
The action-learning format features group discussion and simulated exercises in “real-world” project environments. Working in teams, you will apply the tools and techniques you are learning, and experience the process of collaborative planning firsthand.
As part of the workshop, you will receive 13 PMI® Professional Development Units (PDUs).