This week is Big Idea Week on the Art of Procurement - a mini series of shorter interviews with procurement thought leaders ahead of their participation in the Procurious Big Idea Summit.
Today's guest is Chris Browne, Chief Procurement Officer of The World Bank. The World Bank has arguably one of the most complex procurement scope's in the world, covering $44B in project spend across 173 countries. Chris and his team embarked on a three year journey to reform procurement at The World Bank, and he shares his learnings covering topics such as the impact of culture on procurement practices, where to start when planning a complex procurement transformation, and The World Bank's approach to leading procurement projects in conflict states around the world.
For links and show notes, go to http://artofprocurement.com/chris-browne