As we turn the page to February, we leave annual predictions behind and move into the long haul associated with regulations, compliance, and operating models. There are also several in person events happening this week. You can see them all in the calendar.
If you are planning your procurement event schedule beyond this week, check out ‘Stop Shadow Spend in Its Tracks with Improved Data Visibility’ from Art of Procurement and Vendr on February 7th.
And now for this week’s recommendations…
January 31, 9am ET
Oh regulations… you sure do keep us on our toes! While being up to speed on regulatory changes is important, one of my key motivators for recommending this event is panelist David Loseby, a professor at Leeds University Business School. He is knowledgeable about a range of strategic topics within procurement and supply chain. Join David, Anthony Hanley, SVP of Supply Chain Compliance at Alcumus, and Neil Perry, Managing Editor at Supply Chain Digital for this timely webinar.
February 1, 10am ET
Every segment of the economy has its nuances, and contract management must support them. In this webinar, WorldCC President Tim Cummins and PwC Principal of Legal Business Solutions Jeff Catanzaro will consider three CLM scenarios: a dynamic and changing regulated sector, a ‘digitally enabled’ sector, and sector in transition. They will also address ESG and regulatory compliance.
February 1, 11am ET
When procurement is part of a larger shared services team (a.k.a. global business services, or GBS), the way they operate within the organization and interact with stakeholders is different than in other models. Join Martijn Geerling, Managing Director, Practice Leader Advisory Europe, and Tammy Pinter, Senior Director, IT Advisory, (both from The Hackett Group) to learn more.
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