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Follow Gartner's C-H-A-N-G-E Process for Robust Collaboration to Harness Technology Procurement Opportunities

Published: 02 March 2016

ID: G00297837

Analyst(s): Jo Ann Rosenberger


Gartner's six-step C-H-A-N-G-E process helps technology procurement leaders to collaborate with stakeholders to identify risks and opportunities requisite to creating a procurement transformation plan. C-H-A-N-G-E exploits a community approach to harvest ideas for meeting IT and business demands.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges



  • Create a Technology Procurement Transformation Community Exploiting Cross-Functional Stakeholder Teams to Harvest "Big Think" Ideas Through Robust Collaborative Engagements
    • Community Fundamentals Checklist
  • Conduct a Procurement Transformation SWOT Analysis Engaging the Cross-Departmental Community to Identify Risks and Opportunities for the Procurement Organization
  • Develop Procurement Transformation Action Plans Using the Risks and Opportunities From the Community SWOT to Develop Deliverables

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