How do you choose an ideal circular procurement project?
When you first start with circular procurement, it’s important to choose a pilot carefully.
A successful pilot can help convince others, but even if something goes wrong, you can use the lessons learned in a following circular procurement project.
Our quick assessment poses six questions to help you determine the success rate of your specific procurement project, and gives you immediate advice.
Make sure that your organisation’s and your project’s circular ambitions are clear, also for the supplier
Choose a product group that lends itself well to circular procurement (market supply, complexity of the chain, lifespan, contract terms, etc.)
Procurement projects with limited risk (low costs) and visible impact are well suited for pilots
Make sure the project has no urgent deadlines, so you don't have to rush
Ask yourself the following six questions when considering a specific procurement project, and give a score from 1 to 10. At the end of the test, you'll be given a total score and advice.