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Procurement driven performance improvement

High Stakes Procurement | Procurement Transformation | Procurement Systems | Contract Management

Are you a savings champion?

Grosvenor’s study surveyed hundreds of top procurement professionals in Australasia to identify the characteristics of Savings Champions and find out which
levers they are using.


Want to know how to maximise procurement savings in the future? Download our research report to learn more.

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Here are the key findings:

  1. Most organisations are only using Pay Less tactics, missing out on anything up to a 122% increase in savings
  2. Only a few organisations use more advanced spend levers
  3. Most organisations could more than double their savings just by
    implementing Buy Less tactics alone

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Dr Stefan Gassner

Dr Stefan Gassner

PhD (Business), MIntBus, MBus/MEcon, MCIPS

About Us

Stefan is a driven procurement leader with ten years’ experience in supply chain, procurement and commercial management, including internationally.

Leading Grosvenor’s Procurement Practice, Stefan loves delivering tangible results and has worked for more then 70 of the biggest organisation in Australia to transform their procurement functions, deliver high stakes sourcing projects and implement performance management processes.

During his PhD, Stefan developed a framework to support the decision as to what services should be kept inhouse and which ones are best outsourced, which has been published as a book in Germany. A visible expert, Stefan is regularly engaged to present at procurement conferences and seminars and regularly contributes to thought leadership pieces.

Stefan loves a challenge and clients value his communication skills, stakeholder engagement and evidence-based approach to consulting.

m. 0406 263 419 ph. 02 8274 9200 e. stefangassner@grosvenorpg.com.au

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