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Recommended Procurement Webinars May 7-11: GDPR, Intelligent Risk Mitigation, Digital Supplier Management
This week, the annual ISM conference is taking place in Nashville, TN. But if you’re not traveling, not to worry – there are lots of virtual events you can easily slot into your calendar. And of course, I hope you are able to join me – and my friends from Supply Chain Now Radio, Talent Stream, and APICS Atlanta on Tuesday at 12pm ET for “Managing Your Metrics.”
If you like to plan further ahead, I recommend Supply Chain Insights’ 2018 Supply Chains to Admire webinar, being held on June 20th. Click on the title of each recommended webinar below to view the full description and register.
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May 8th, 11am ET
If you have customers or business partners in Europe, you are no doubt anticipating the arrival of General Data Protection Regulation (known by friends as ‘GDPR’). This data privacy regulation takes effect on May 25th and is causing a whole host of challenges for the companies and individuals covered by its mandate. Join this webinar to get guidance on how to comply with GDPR in the source to settle process.
May 9th, 11am ET
Here’s the opening line for the description of this event: “Two in three procurement leaders have limited or no visibility beyond tier one of their supply chain, according to a recent Deloitte survey of chief procurement officers.” If that piece of data doesn’t keep you up at night, well, then you must have a very tiring day. In this webinar, Rosslyn Analytics will focus on the relevance and actionability of the mountains of data that now come flooding in on a regular basis.
May 10th, 11am ET
In this panel-format webinar, speakers from SynerTrade, RapidRatings, and EcoVadis and a moderator from The Hackett Group will take ton topics such as increasing efficiency while reducing risk and driving both financial health and sustainability in the supply chain.