July 26-30: The New (Ab)Normal, Digital World Class, Sourcing Optimization
From famine to feast! Last week was very quiet but this week there are 11 events to choose from. It is worth registering even if you are going to be away on vacation – many hosts will send an on-demand link after the event is over so you can watch the content once you get back.
If you are planning your procurement webinar schedule beyond this week, I recommend an AOP Live session we just scheduled for August 18th at 11am ET: ‘Bridging the Gap Between Procurement, AP, and Treasury through Procurement Transformation’ with Joe Payne and Jennifer Ulrich from Corcentric.
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The New (Ab)Normal: Reshaping Supply Chain Strategy (Coupa, MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics)
July 27th, 12n ET
MIT Professor Yossi Sheffi has recently written a new book, The New (Ab)Normal: Reshaping Business and Supply Chain Strategy, in which he discusses how organizations can enable flexibility and agility and pivot toward the future. This webinar brings Professor Sheffi together with Dr. Madhav Durbha from Coupa to discuss how companies of all sizes can increase their resiliency in the face of uncertainty.
July 28th, 10am ET
This event is less of a webinar and more of a condensed virtual conference. In three 45-minute sessions, pretty much everyone at The Hackett Group will have an opportunity to share their point of view on world-class digital business: procurement, Human Resources, and IT. The procurement session will feature Christopher Sawchuk, Jeff Gibbons, and Kurt Albertson.
July 29th, 10am ET
Sourcing optimization is nothing new, but it is one of those areas of technology that most procurement teams just don’t leverage – for any number of reasons. In this webinar, the team from Archlet will share how advanced sourcing capabilities can be incorporated into procurement’s efforts to better understand the solution options available to them.
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