The Millennial generation has greater expectations in relation to job roles. Only by changing the way they engage Millennials can organisations meet these expectations.
At the Big Ideas Summit 2016, we challenged our thought leaders to share their Big Ideas for the future of procurement.
From ideas that have the potential to change the very nature of the procurement profession, to ones that got the assembled minds thinking about the profession’s impact outside of the organisation, the response we received was amazing.
Meeting Millennial Expectations
Nic Walden, Director – Procurement P2P Advisor at The Hackett Group, talks about the greater expectations that Millennials have for job roles.
These include expectations from on working on CSR projects, and building sustainable relationships, to the technology that they will be working with.
Nic argues that procurement needs to change the way it engages with the Millennial generation in the workplace to meet these expectations.
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