Procurement Mojo by Sigi Osagie

Enhance your Procurement brand and capability...

  • Be inspired and energised in your Procurement job!
  • Become more effective and organisationally savvy to up your game!
  • Get your Procurement function firing on all cylinders!
  • Embed Procurement in the fabric of the wider organisation!

Reviews and comments

"There are lots of purchasing books out there, but none of them show how to create a lasting and sustainable Procurement brand. Procurement Mojo, at last, provides an effective and definitive guide. Sigi Osagie's vast Procurement experience shines through. Insightful, illuminating and inspiring!"

Jonathan Patrick, Former European Procurement Director, Sony

"Procurement Mojo is extremely relevant and very well-written. Sigi Osagie hits the nail on the head; this book really resonates with my own experience. It convincingly lays out solutions to the difficulties and frustrations Procurement executives and practitioners face – engaging with stakeholders; trying to sell Procurement to the wider business; fighting for investment; and so on. Crucially, Sigi is absolutely right that ‘people’ are the number one factor. I loved the simplicity of the language and the sensible, clear-cut guidance – indispensable advice."

Paul Farrow, VP Supply Management, Hilton Worldwide

"Sigi Osagie’s personal story of career success – from penniless, near-barefoot immigrant to global supply executive in fourteen years – is as inspiring as the knowledge he shares here. Procurement Mojo is as much about Procurement success as individual success for purchasing people. Buy this book, read it, and you’ll be delighted!"

Ray Packe, Former Head of Global Purchasing, Marconi PLC

"True Procurement success is not about category management, e-sourcing and so on; it’s about building foundational capability, and Sigi Osagie explains this in a powerfully persuasive manner. Procurement Mojo underscores the importance of the single most critical factor in creating sustainable success – people. This is an invaluable guide for Procurement professionals and senior executives who want more from their Procurement."

Allan Stamper, Chief Executive, Water Division, Halma plc.

"What purchasing people need most is good practical guidance to tackle the problems they routinely face in the job. Procurement Mojo provides it. Sigi Osagie highlights the true essence of successful Procurement in simplified language, and offers informed advice on building a Procurement brand, which all purchasing people will get tremendous benefit from."

David Bradley, Supply Chain Director, Moog Tritech

"I had the pleasure of working with Sigi on improving our Procurement… and he did more than educate me – he brought out a passion that I had lost. He has inspired me to take my Procurement function to a different level and drive greater profitability for the company. "

Natalie Bouwer, Procurement Manager, David Brown Gear Systems, South Africa

"…[Sigi] has been instrumental in aligning our Procurement function to Gatwick’s new priorities, and instigated a number of developments to improve our supply base and procurement capability… [he] brings clarity, direction and focus to organisational development issues and supply management challenges..., and is able to articulate ideas effectively and secure stakeholder alignment."

Scott Stanley, COO, Gatwick Airport

"A much-needed book that articulates the fundamentals of creating Procurement success. Procurement Mojo brilliantly outlines pragmatic answers to the key problems of building a credible Procurement brand and a capability to match. A great book with sound examples, shrewd approaches and loads of smart advice. Read it!"

James Cowley, Procurement and Supply Chain Director, Balfour Beatty Services

"Procurement Mojo addresses the real concerns purchasing people grapple with; not least, improving capability, raising Procurement’s profile and nurturing a great Procurement brand. Valuable insights and lots of pragmatic techniques. You must read it if you really want to boost your Procurement ability."

Stephen Faley, Global Director, Procurement & Supply Chain Management, David Brown Gear Systems

"Procurement Mojo gets to the core issues – Procurement talent, stakeholders, and Procurement’s profile in the wider business. This book is superbly-focussed and engaging. With stories from his own remarkable career, Sigi Osagie pulls together the secrets of success in Procurement. This book should be compulsory reading for all Procurement professionals and senior executives responsible for purchasing."

Chris Efstathiou, Vice President of Supply Chain, Kiva Systems

"This is a superb book – a ‘must read’ for all Procurement people! Sigi Osagie lays out a structured approach to the most important Procurement issues, in straightforward language, with compelling models and examples. If you're in the Procurement field – whether you're a CPO or a Junior Buyer – read Procurement Mojo to really up your game. I loved it!"

Roberto Troiolo, Senior Director of Global Procurement, Major telecoms manufacturer

What's inside

Read Procurement Mojo to discover practical techniques to up your Procurement game, strengthen the function and raise its profile.

You’ll learn how to create Procurement success that lasts.


  • Why ‘Procurement Effectiveness’?
  • Step 1: Build an Effective Procurement Organisation
  • Step 2: Deploy Fit-for-Purpose Enablers
  • Step 3: Adopt Robust Supply Base Management
  • Step 4: Apply Appropriate Performance Frameworks
  • Step 5: Build Your Procurement Brand

Sigi Osagie — interim executive, consultant and coach

Sigi Osagie is an interim executive, consultant and coach. He helps organisations and individuals achieve enhanced effectiveness and performance growth to accomplish their goals. His interim management and consultancy work focuses on transformational improvements in procurement; supply chain management; and leadership and organisational effectiveness.

Sigi is a sought-after speaker and writer, and his articles have appeared in several publications:

Supply Management
Lean Management Journal
Purchasing & Supply Magazine
European Supply Chain Management
Supply Chain Standard
Engineering & Technology