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Viva

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Who are we? What did Accenture ask us to do? How did we do this? Us one year ago! Dennis Charlie Jiaying Matthew Sam Who did we work with? Research questions Telephone interviews Literature Review NVivo Findings Implications Sustainable Procurement: A comparative study of the UK public and private sectors Computer aided qualitative data analysis software Which means? Nodes So does it just count words? Transcribing allows us to understand apprx. 100,000 transcribed words Craig Bush Jeremy Osborn Andrew Parker 1. 2. 3. How do the benefits and costs of sustainable procurement, for the procuring organisation, differ between the public and private sectors? How do we qualify and quantify, where possible, such benefits and costs at the functional level of an organisation? What are the drivers behind the differences or similarities observed? Definitions analysis 'Sustainable procurement is defined as a process whereby organisations meet their needs for goods, services, works and utilities in a way that achieves value for money on a whole life basis in terms of generating benefits to society and the economy, whilst minimising damage to the environment'
(from the UK Sustainable Procurement Task Force 2006) Interviewies perception of the importance of sustainable procurement NVivo benefits findings NVivo negatives findings NVivo drivers findings What we found out Fig 5. Graph of Key Factors Identified in Interviewees Definitions of Sustainable Procurement Fig 6. Graph of Mean Importance Rating on a 1-7 scale Table 7. The Importance of Sustainable Procurement Fig 7. NVivo Benefits Theme Graph Table 8. NVivo Benefits Results Table 9. NVivo Negatives Results Fig 8. NVivo Negatives Theme Graph Table 10. NVivo Drivers Results Fig 9. NVivo Drivers Theme Graph Table 6. Interviewee Definitions of Sustainable Procurement Interviewees perceptions of the importance of sustainable procurement Info for questions NVivo Organisations Interviewed Findings Definitions analysis NVivo benefits findings NVivo negatives findings NVivo drivers findings Fig 5. Graph of Key Factors Identified in Interviewees Definitions of Sustainable Procurement Fig 6. Graph of Mean Importance Rating on a 1-7 scale Table 7. The Importance of Sustainable Procurement Fig 7. NVivo Benefits Theme Graph Table 8. NVivo Benefits Results Table 9. NVivo Negatives Results Fig 8. NVivo Negatives Theme Graph Table 10. NVivo Drivers Results Fig 9. NVivo Drivers Theme Graph Table 6. Interviewee Definitions of Sustainable Procurement Interviewees perceptions of the importance of sustainable procurement Public Private Procurement CSR 17 6 17 13 Cost Reputation vs Risk Differences in negatives Regulation more important in the public sector, but is it the most important? Differences in perception of what constitutes sustainable procurement General Finance Operations 1 1 5 Total Total 30 1 1 0 0 5 2 1 3 4 13 Accenture
Arcadia
Centrica
Compass Group
Imperial Tobacco
Forum for The Future
Accenture
Arcadia
Centrica
Compass Group
Imperial Tobacco
Forum for The Future
University of Exeter
Firebuy
North East Councils
Wakefield Council
GLA
Sheffield Council
Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust
United Bristol Healthcare Trust
Bristol Council
NHS Westminster Primary Care Trust
Kent Council
BANES Council University of Exeter
Firebuy
North East Councils
Wakefield Council
GLA
Sheffield Council
Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust
United Bristol Healthcare Trust
Bristol Council
NHS Westminster Primary Care Trust
Kent Council
BANES Council
Interserve
Go-Ahead Group
Rank Group
CBI
Interserve
Go-Ahead Group
Rank Group
CBI
Leeds Council
Green Procurement Code
Carbon Disclosure Project

Leeds Council
Green Procurement Code
Carbon Disclosure Project
Green Palm
APUC

Green Palm
APUC

Las Iguanas
Las Iguanas
Lula Sapphire
Lula Sapphire
University of Exeter
Firebuy
North East Councils
Wakefield Council
GLA
Sheffield Council
Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust
United Bristol Healthcare Trust
Bristol Council
NHS Westminster Primary Care Trust
Kent Council
BANES Council
Forum for The Future
Leeds Council
Green Procurement Code
Carbon Disclosure Project University of Exeter
Firebuy
North East Councils
Wakefield Council
GLA
Sheffield Council
Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust
United Bristol Healthcare Trust
Bristol Council
NHS Westminster Primary Care Trust
Kent Council
BANES Council
Forum for The Future
Leeds Council
Green Procurement Code
Carbon Disclosure Project
Accenture
Arcadia
Centrica
Compass Group
Imperial Tobacco
Las Iguanas
GreenPalm
APUC
Lula Sapphire
Interserve
Go-Ahead Group
Rank Group
CBI Accenture
Arcadia
Centrica
Compass Group
Imperial Tobacco
Las Iguanas
GreenPalm
APUC
Lula Sapphire
Interserve
Go-Ahead Group
Rank Group
CBI Why we chose this project Limitations Team dynamics Our conclusions None of us were "specialists" in this area so we all started from an equal base They had mentored the highest scoring FYP team last year Willing to put time into the project They had realistic expectations! Accenture Sustainable Procurement They are a well recognised company It appealed to various different interests in our team! e.g. sustainability, procurement, motivations etc We felt we were doing something worthwhile Fig. 4. Number of Emails Sent Table 4. Emails Sent and Responses Received for Accenture Conclusions and Institutional Theory Regulative and Public sector Cognitive and Normative and the Private Sector Similarity of Normative and Cognitive Pillars Limitations Interviews Sampling Data Analysis 'Sustainability' as a Research Topic Creative Orgasmic Cycle Belbin Team Dynamics Creative Orgasmic Cycle Belbin Emails Fig. 4. Number of Emails Sent Table 4. Emails Sent and Responses Recieved Scott's (1995) Three Pillars Gelderman et al.
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