In Japan, most companies are built using the concept of consensus. In fact, they even have a term for it: “nemawashi” which fundamentally means binding the roots together so they grow in one direction. Born out of a Japanese parent company, Tokio Marine Insurance experienced rapid growth, acquiring companies with largely autonomous cultures. So how did they build a field of dreams amidst radically differing cultures and capitalize on the synergies to be gained in a shared services IT organization? By demonstrating a compelling case for value through IT Procurement leadership. Learn how Tokio Marine North America and Alsbridge co-developed a program to drive procurement wins in key IT categories (hardware/software/network). Hear how Tokio Marine compelled internal business partners to opt-in to the shared services vision, and how these wins are freeing capital to self-fund strategic procurement initiatives.You must be a SIG member and logged in to view this document.