After a break for the Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S., we’re now watching as the last few grains of sand pass through the hourglass. While there are technically 4 weeks left in the calendar year, only two of them are really work weeks. Then it is off for the holidays and a brand-new start in 2022!
If you are planning your webinar schedule beyond this week, or – year, actually – there is already one webinar on the calendar for 2022. ‘Practical Strategies for Adapting to Demand and Supply Uncertainty’ from Supply Chain now and tools group is scheduled for January 13th at 3pm ET. Learn more here.
December 7th, 10am ET
One of the big trends we observed in 2021 was that sustainability initiatives and supplier diversity programs started to move closer under the larger ESG umbrella: short for environmental, social, and governance. So if you’re still just thinking of ESG as being sustainability based projects, you may be missing out on opportunities to advance diversity goals by including services spend. Join Amy Fong, Vice President, Michel Janssen, Chief Research Officer, Bhanushee Malhotra, Practice Director, and Rita N. Soni, Principal Analyst, to learn more.
December 7th, 10am ET
This webinar is actually the culmination of a multi-part series led by JAGGAER. As the title suggests, no company can justify a long term business case for ESG initiatives if they hurt the bottom line. Learn how to protect the bottom line and mitigate risks in the supply chain from Georg Roesch, VP of Product Management at JAGGAER, Matthew York, Senior Solutions Marketing Manager at Riskmethods, Savita Mace, Director of SRM at AstraZeneca and Visiting Lecturer to the University of Sussex, and Peter Smith, Author and Managing Director of Procurement with Purpose.
December 7th, 11am ET
“Can we talk?” That’s the spirit behind this AOP Live webinar with Greg Anderson and David Clevenger from WNS Denali. They feel that there are a few important things procurement needs to discuss before the year is over. One of them is talent, what is the plan given all of the changes we’ve experienced to date and the ones we are still expecting, and the other is how performance metrics are helping or hindering procurement’s efforts to contribute full value to the enterprise. Join us and bring your questions! We’ll be driving the conversation live on camera!
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