November 8-12: Sustainability, Resiliency, Agility, and Supplier Experience
Did you know that I co-host a podcast called This Week in Business History with Scott Luton at Supply Chain Now? Every week we take turns telling stories of the people and inventions that moved us forward through time. This week I’m tracing the history of windshield wiper innovations from 1903 to the present – and it is more entertaining than you might expect! Click here to listen or to subscribe.
If you are planning your webinar schedule beyond this week, I recommend “LOUBOUTIN - Partnering for Success” from basware and Fluxym on November 17th at 10am ET.
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November 9th, 10am ET
This webinar is part of JAGGAER’s multi-part webinar series on ESG and features a panel of experts: Peter Smith, co-author of Procurement with Purpose; Michele Hamill, Chief Human Resources Officer at JAGGAER; Emily Rakowski, Chief Marketing Officer, ecoVadis; Marina Galstian, Digital Procurement Project Manager, Arkema; and Caroline Saccoletto, Sustainable Procurement Manager, Arkema. They will discuss the need for a clear strategy in addition to good intent on the road to sustainability and carbon neutrality.
The Supply Chain of 2022 and Beyond: Building Resiliency and Agility (Supply Chain Now, Supply Chain Insights, Coupa)
November 9th, 12n ET
Can today’s supply chains be more resilient and agile at the same time? That is the question that the speakers in this event will address. Lora Cecere, a.k.a. The Supply Chain Shaman, Founder of Supply Chain Insights, and Madhav Durbha, VP of Supply Chain Strategy at Coupa, will join Supply Chain Now’s Scott Luton for a discussion-based webinar that you can be assured will be as honest as it is forward-looking.
November 11th, 11am ET
Here is the honest truth about the buyer-supplier dynamics we’ve all lived through over the last 18 months: if procurement doesn’t make some lasting changes to the supplier experience in return for everything they did to keep our companies moving through the pandemic, it is going to be apparent that were just being self-centered and opportunistic. Not a great look. Join Andrea Sordi, Clinical Professor at the University of Tennessee, and Anthony Payne, CMO of HICX, for a conversation about how procurement can combine the desire to provide a better supplier experience with the practical realities of procurement’s total remit.
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