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Our Supply Chain Management at a glance

Value creation along the supply chain

At Supply Chain Management, our aim is to add value for Siemens and its customers. Our actions are consistently based on striving for innovation, productivity, quality and availability. Together with our suppliers, we rely on a competitive and transparent supply chain. In doing so we act with foresight and responsibility. Our ”Code of Conduct” is thus based on the principles of the ’Global Compact’ of the United Nations and the International Labor Organization.

Digitalization within Procurement

"Digital transformation does not happen of its own volition. Its clear benefit lies in making collaboration with our suppliers and customers simpler and more efficient. To this end we put our faith in both new ideas and tried-and-tested applications."

Dr. Klaus Staubitzer, Siemens Chief Procurement Officer
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Digitalization for digitalization`s sake makes no sense for us

Will we still need managers in future? Digitalization is much more than technological progress, automated processes or tools - it's also about mindset and culture. Digital Leaders give their employees the time to experiment, trying to reduce general control to a minimum. How do today's managers meet this expectation? Dr. Klaus Staubitzer, Siemens CPO and Dr. Robert Neuhauser, Head of People and Leadership at Siemens, explain.
Digitalization is variety