After last week’s extremely busy schedule, the events this week we at least have a more even distribution! Tuesday at 12n ET is the June episode of Dial P for Procurement on Supply Chain Now. Join me, Scott Luton as we welcome Lori B. Chennault from Georgia Pacific and contracting expert and author Jeanette Nyden to discuss collaborating with suppliers under difficult circumstances. Click here to join or to set up your LinkedIn reminder.
If you are planning your procurement webinar schedule beyond this week, I suggest you check out the next AOP Live session, taking place on June 30th at 1pm ET and featuring representatives from Zip Intake-to-Procure, Canva, and Hopin answering live questions moderated by Philip Ideson: Improving Internal Perception of Procurement from Intake to Procure.
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June 14th, 12n ET
Which companies are the ones best positioned for success no matter what the future holds? According to Hubert Joly, former CEO of Best Buy and a Senior Lecturer at Harvard Business School, the answer is: those that lead with purpose and put their people first. In this interactive *Monday* video webinar, Joly will talk about the importance of having a “noble purpose” and putting it to work to inspire all stakeholder groups to rethink the business they are a part of.
June 17th, 10am ET
It isn’t new to think about the importance of ‘advanced analytics,’ but what are augmented analytics? This webinar, featuring Ben Lower, Senior Director, Product Management, Tableau, Amenallah Reghimi, Vice President of Product Management, JAGGAER, and resident guest lecturer of Digital and Global Supply Chains at the University of Sussex, Savita Mace, will start by defining augmented analytics before discussing how procurement can incorporate them in an effort to be ready for the future.
June 17th, 11am ET
This webinar has an extremely cool premise. The restaurant industry was particularly hard hit by the pandemic, but you can’t keep a good industry down. Samuel Stanovich, VP of Alliances and Partnerships at the International Food and Beverage Technology Association (IFBTA) will join Saurabh Gupta and Melissa O’Brien of HFS and Sandeep Bhasin of Cognizant to talk about what enterprise business leaders can learn from the amazing adaptations restaurant owners and operators made during the pandemic to survive the lean days and future-proof their operations.
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