Nov 13-17: Value Orchestration, Business Continuity, ESG in 2024
Next week will be very quiet with the Thanksgiving holiday taking place in the U.S. There are some events still happening, and one of them is featured below with this week’s recommendations.
If you are planning your event schedule ahead of this week, I recommend Redefining Procurement’s Value and Shifting Mindsets from Art of Procurement & Ivalua on November 29th.
And now for this week’s recommendations…
[AOP Event] CPO Insights on Procurement Value Orchestration (Art of Procurement, Deloitte, & Ivalua)
November 14, 11am ET
Deloitte recently surveyed 350 senior procurement leaders from over 40 countries to uncover the key attributes and capabilities possessed by the most successful procurement organizations. These "Orchestrators of Value" are primed to meet the ever-expanding demands of the business landscape. Join Joe Chmielewski, Managing Director at Deloitte Consulting, and Vishal Patel, VP of Product Marketing at Ivalua, as they discuss the findings of this research.
November 15, 11am ET
One way of thinking about business conditions over the last few years combines risk and disruption. Another, more glass-is-half-full way, looks at it as a case study in business continuity. Has the pressure of recent years changed business continuity as a practice? That is what Ken Clark, Senior Consultant with Riskonnect, Steve Barnett, Senior Solutions Consultant at Riskonnect, and Gill Driscoll, Senior Solution Consultant with Riskonnect, will share in this webinar.
Sustainable Procurement: Navigating ESG Trends in 2024 and Beyond (Procurement Leaders, Ecovadis & Jaggaer)
November 21, 11am ET
ESG programs must be prepared to adjust constantly in response to changing regulations, executive priorities, and competitive alternatives. In this webinar, Stuart Gascoigne, Global ESG Manager at Jaggaer, and Sarah Robertson, Regional Customer Success Director at Ecovadis, will give you the information and advice you need to prepare your ESG program for the coming year.
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